My son and family live here and I visit from SoCal at least once a month and usually stay at the Aloha Inn. The inn is close to my sons home. There are closer places but the cost and overall value I get with the inn are compelling. I always get checked in by what I assume is the…
I'm in the area for three months and as a last resort due to housing falling through, I booked a reservation at the Aloha Inn. I liked that my room was comfortable, and clean for the most part until my last night at the inn. There were some guest having a little party it ended…
We had a one night stop while driving up the cost. Check in was easy and the room was a good size. A little dated in decor but it was clean. WiFi was intermittent. Pool was a good size but was too cold for my children. It was a chillier day. Breakfast was great for a continental.
This is an average motel. Rooms are large and bathrooms renovated. Beds are OK, deco is outdated and kind of dark. Combined with the fact that you can't really open the windows as the highway is just close buy and its noisy, it gives a sad mood to an evening. Wi-fi do not work…
WI. Fi in room was promised, yet there was no connection in roon only in lobby. Woman at front desk said rudely "it's free therefore not responsible". We asked for an adjustment and were blatantly refused.
"Stay on the first floor near the front"
"Very quiet and comfortable along with a continental breakfast and quite clean and ample seating without a big croud."
"Everything was perfect!"
"We had a first floor room and it is far enough from the 101 that there wasn't a noise problem."
"Rooms in the back are quieter."