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425 W 1st St, Claremont, CA 91711-4617
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#2 of 5 hotels in Claremont
Hotel Casa 425 is a stylish boutique hotel and lounge opening onto a tranquil courtyard in the heart of historic Claremont Village, California. Located on the town square, within steps of fine restaurants, cafes, boutiques, art galleries and the prestigious Claremont Colleges, Casa 425 is the only sophisticated boutique hotel in Southern California's Inland Empire, a short drive from Ontario International Airport. Casa 425 is your home away from home, for business or pleasure, for drinks or the night: OUR HOUSE IS YOUR HOUSE
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Hot tub
Free breakfast
Bicycles available
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Business Center with Internet Access
Meeting rooms
Parking garage
Bar / lounge
Wine / champagne
Baggage storage
Non-smoking hotel
Outdoor fireplace
Outdoor furniture
Sun terrace
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Air conditioning
Bottled water
Flatscreen TV
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FLB wrote a review Mar 19
Claremont, California462 contributions179 helpful votes
I have never written a review for anyone else however I had to include this review for my sister-in-law. She doesn’t write reviews. She stayed at Hotel Casa 425 when visiting us and was raving about the hotel. She is extremely particular about where she stays and absolutely loved everything about the hotel. She said the staff was very friendly and accommodating, her room was well appointed such as the hooks in the right places, the bathroom having makeup wipes and towels and all of the the dog accessories for her new pooch. It was such a relief to hear how much she enjoyed the hotel that I had to share this.
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Date of stay: March 2023Trip type: Traveled solo
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Bird-Fanatic wrote a review Sep 2021
Tucson, Arizona257 contributions212 helpful votes
Hotel's Favorite
This is a lovely small hotel in downtown Claremont. The large rooms face a quiet courtyard. I was concerned about the dozen stairs at the entrance, but there is a ramp. Parking across the street works fine. Bkfst pretty simple, like many during Covid times.
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Date of stay: September 2021Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Room Tip: Don’t be turned off by stairs at entrance. Ramp works fine.
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tofufingers wrote a review Oct 2022
Buckeye, Arizona39 contributions75 helpful votes
We had high expectations for this hotel after staying at another Four Sisters Inn property elsewhere that we loved so much. Well, the experience could not have been more different. If you are looking for a place to come and relax with peace and quiet, this is absolutely not it. The entirety of the hotel wraps around a large and boisterous courtyard -- open not just to guests but anyone at all who wishes to pass through, or dine there. We had a ground floor room with floor to ceiling windows that faced the courtyard. Absolutely zero privacy. We literally had people sitting at tables and eating dinner about 10 feet away from our room who could see right in. We had to keep the curtains closed at all times which felt depressing and dark. We were there on a Saturday night and it was VERY VERY loud. Diners, loud music playing, and literally right behind our room were a bunch of other restaurants and establishements not at all related to the inn, who were doing their own thing with super loud music. We had to crank the room fan/ac to mask the noise of the music the entire night. The hotel needs to disclose this kind of environment and be transparent when booking. Very disappointed and would never recommend staying here to anyone wanting real rest.
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Date of stay: October 2022
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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jhpac wrote a review Oct 2022
San Francisco, California66 contributions72 helpful votes
I really liked this hotel! All the reviews complaining about needing to draw the curtains for privacy are right, but still, I loved my glass wall of windows and the little table on the wide walkway around the courtyard was a fun place to sit out in full view of my room... Great location. I found the big bathtub in the room (rather than closed off in bathroom) amusing, though I didn't use it--it's a major DROUGHT just now. Nice big room, adequate desk, lots of storage, big bathroom counter (lighting could be better quality for putting on make up), happy to have the little fridge, good coffee set up. The included continental breakfast was much better than most places. The outside courtyard was a very pleasant place (especially since I continue to follow Covid precautions and only see people outside) to have a glass of wine with a local friend. I really like that this just isn't a standard corporate hotel. And I don't know what they are, but I adored the sheets on the bed!
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Date of stay: October 2022Trip type: Traveled on business
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Meredith wrote a review Sep 2022
New York City, New York1 contribution
Negatives: arrived to the hotel entrance with no signage of staff to advise on parking. After we parked a block away, and dragged our bags up the Streep front stairs (there is a ramp) there was no one at the desk. Lobby was small, no signage. I walked right past the front desk! Our room, 301, was right next to the elevator. Huge but poorly furnished: one bed had no night table, extension cords strung visible across the floor in an area that needed a rug. Barn door trend in full effect but it’s NOT a good idea for the WC(toilet) as you have zero privacy. Similarly the gigantic soaking tub in the middle of the room (and in the middle of the desert!) was just absurd in a double room and even more FI in this setting. The room was oddly proportioned. The positive was that the bedding was excellent, but the breakfast was cheap and not what I’d expect at the price we paid. I wish I’d stayed at the Hilton it’s 1/2 the cost. I think this place needs more time to recover from Covid and up its game.
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Date of stay: September 2022Trip type: Traveled with family
Room Tip: Ask for a quiet room. Breakfast is not great.
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ichikoala wrote a review Jul 2022
Mountain View, California22 contributions10 helpful votes
There is a lot to like about this place. The location is really great--next to shops and restaurants and the parking garage for which you will get a pass during your stay is literally across the street. The courtyard is quite nice and I had drinks with a friend there one evening. The room is where it's a mixed bag. The floor to ceiling windows are gorgeous, but to have any privacy while changing, bathing, or even just brushing your teeth, you need to close them up and darken everything. The lights are rather dim, with the exception of the vanity area. It's a cozy bed, but for a modern traveler who will need to charge a phone, etc, there are no easily accessible outlets or no USB ports, so you do have to move furniture or crawl around a bit to plug in. The shower head was broken and had barely a spray when I turned it on. Thinking it just needed to be adjusted, I turned the head and it wasn't anchored well; adjusting it further left the water at a trickle. (They did offer a 25% rebate on the room, though, to rectify that matter.) Lastly, they tout having bikes to borrow. Since friends live close by, I thought it'd be fun to pedal over. One bike was out; the one left had a flat and a crossbar that someone about 6' could clear. Their agreement (which was moot at that point, then) stipulates that the rider needs to wear a helmet, but they do not provide them. It's a nice place. Would I come again? Probably just for the lounge.
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Date of stay: July 2022Trip type: Traveled solo
Room Tip: My room overlooked a restaurant on a Saturday night. It was pretty noisy, so bring earplugs if...
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Juneauite wrote a review Apr 2022
Juneau, Alaska93 contributions122 helpful votes
Great location and highly uncomfortable rooms. The rooms are in three stories arranged around a courtyard (good). The side of the room facing the courtyard is entirely glass, floor to ceiling, including the door. Everyone walking by (as everyone does to get to their room) gets a full view into your room and, since the bath tub is in the middle of the room, of your tub. No privacy whatsoever unless the heavy curtains are closed, in which case the room is dark and gloomy. Why visit SoCal to hide in the dark? Nice location, which is why we stayed here, but truly cringe worthy room design. And the public areas are kind of grungy, need cleaning and new paint at a minimum.
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Date of stay: April 2022Trip type: Traveled with family
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PJCoastToCoast wrote a review Dec 2021
84 contributions44 helpful votes
Booked this hotel for a pre-holiday quick road trip. It's a smaller hotel and had windows/doors in the room that easily opened for air circulations, so we figured it might be a bit less risky re COVID. For the price, it was definitely a mixed bag. Pros: - Much of the room was very nicely designed. Very clean, looked like a recent update, new floors, nice couch and beds, etc. - Location in relation to downtown Claremont was convenient. - Parking was convenient - we even parked on the street, but a garage across the street was free, as well. Cons: - It is VERY near to road traffic, trains and a large market/restaurant facility. While those things mostly quieted down by 10 pm on the weekday we stayed, other reviews indicate it stays noisy later on weekends, so FYI. - Because our room was near the front of the building, not far from the market/restaurant space (the Packing House), what we DID experience was trucks sitting outside that space and idling. ALL. NIGHT. LONG. Not within the hotel's control, but unbearable all the same. (I would recommend other rooms but some of them look out into a nearby restaurant or small courtyard, all pretty noisy and populated until late at night.) - The employee who checked us in apparently felt that two middle aged adults were in fact children disguised as adults, because she treated us like children. She reiterated the hotel rules in the smarmiest, rudest way possible. - While MOST of the room was redone, the bathroom area was not entirely done - the shower was crusty and old as was the bathtub. The sink area looked like it been partly finished and then they said, oh, never mind. I recognize some of the negatives were outside the hotel's control, which is why I'm giving them a 3 and not a 1 or 2, but I doubt I'd stay here again. This should be marketed and promoted as a party hotel for young professionals or college students, but guests looking for a quieter, more serene space will not find it here.
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Date of stay: December 2021
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VKN_11 wrote a review Dec 2021
Pasadena, California17 contributions2 helpful votes
Hotel is smack in the middle of downtown and walking location to everything. Free parking in garage across the street. Hotel is stylish, with spacious high-ceilinged rooms that open onto an outdoor courtyard. Free, secure Wi-Fi. Filtered drinking water available, much appreciated. Large, deep bathtub. The only drawback for lovers of peace and quiet is that it seems to be party central, at least on our visit.
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Date of stay: December 2021
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Room Tip: Pick a 3rd floor room to avoid overhead pounding.
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expat326 wrote a review Nov 2021
San Francisco, California1464 contributions189 helpful votes
Well located close to the Claremont Colleges. The rooms are unusually large and airy with high ceilings. Amenities include bathrobes, toiletries, extra blankets. Most rooms have an oversized soaking tub for a bath, while others have fireplaces. For my taste, the walls were a little too bare and lacking decoration which would have made this place more warm and special. With the bar/restaurant closed and breakfast service reduced to pre-packaged items, it just felt cold and impersonal. A few minor details like clocks set to the wrong time, and hot water dispenser in the common area that was not functioning detracted from this otherwise classy hotel. Pets are allowed which is a plus if traveling with Rover.
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Date of stay: November 2021
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hotel Casa 425
Which popular attractions are close to Hotel Casa 425?
Nearby attractions include Laemmle's Claremont 5 (0.03 miles), Folk Music Center (0.2 miles), and Claremont Farmers and Artisans Market (0.1 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Hotel Casa 425?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at Hotel Casa 425?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Hotel Casa 425?
Yes, free parking, a parking garage, and secured parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Hotel Casa 425?
Conveniently located restaurants include Some Crust Bakery, Eureka! Claremont, and 50 Fifty.
Is Hotel Casa 425 located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.2 miles away from the center of Claremont.
Are pets allowed at Hotel Casa 425?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Does Hotel Casa 425 offer any business services?
Yes, guests have access to a business center and meeting rooms during their stay.
Are there any historical sites close to Hotel Casa 425?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Cucamonga Service Station (7.3 miles) and Kellogg House at Cal Poly Pomona (6.3 miles).
Is Hotel Casa 425 accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access, reduced mobility rooms, and facilities for disabled guests. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.