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Mission Peak Lodge

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Guests1 room, 2 adults, 0 children
Room & Suite (3)
Business Center & Event Rooms (1)


#13 of 19 hotels in Fremont
-Available 24/7 by phone or ring our doorbell -Multilingual staff (English, Korean, Mandarin, Cantonese, Japanese) -In historic Mission San Jose district -Adjacent to the Silicon Valley (15 miles to San Jose) -Ample free parking -Coin laundry room -Flat screen TV -Full size refrigerator -Coffee maker w/ complimentary coffee -Microwave -AC and heater -Private outdoor balcony (some rooms) -Full kitchen (some rooms)
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free internet
Non-smoking hotel
Self-serve laundry
Room features
Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
Air conditioning
Room service


Full view
43Car recommended
Grade: 43 out of 100
13Restaurantswithin 0.75 miles
3Attractionswithin 0.75 miles
43643 Mission Blvd, Fremont, CA 94539-5832
Getting there
Mineta San Jose Intl Airport11 mi
Metropolitan Oakland Intl Airport21 mi
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Just spend the last 4 days there. One of my favorite places to stay. Good rates and a very friendly staff. It's in my old neighborhood. Plan on going back soon. Yours truly Mike Ornelas aka Mr. Fremont.
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The hotel has a peaceful environment. In the room, the place is very nice. The furniture is new. The bed gives a good support for my back. It helps after a hard day on my feet. Ricardo is the manager and helps me with anything and all that ask.
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Directly across from Ohlone Community College and this is a Best western Property...Everything is adequate for a night or a weeks stay. Rates are good for weekly and daily too. This is a good place to put family if they are visiting for the schools or for colleges and also this area of town is the nicest.
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My wife and I have stayed here quite a few times, usually for a week or two-weekly spells. The first time we stayed here the maid came every day. The second time, the maid came once during the week. Our most recent stay is when the problems have surfaced. We are usually given a disabled room for $350/week (we are not disabled.) On arrival this time, it became apparent that our usual room was not available and we would be given an upgrade: a two-bedroom/bath suite instead. The manager said she would not charge us extra for the upgrade as they were fully booked that week and she had reserved the bigger room for us. However, she encouraged us to add on a maid service for the bigger suite and that it would be an extra $30. We explained that we could do without the maid service as we could probably survive the week without it. She became insistent, telling us how many hundreds of dollars more this two-room suite normally costs and seemed quite bitter that we were getting this room at a discounted rate. Having driven for eight hours in the pouring rain, we were not in the mood for arguing about hidden charges or quibbling about the price of a stay that had been pre-agreed. We politely repeated that maid service was not necessary and made our way to the suite. As it turned out, having two rooms was a benison, as I had been suffering from the flu for several weeks and I could keep myself in quarantine. Despite the manager insisting that there are no students in this hotel, wide-open doors along the corridors display half-naked Koreans geeking out in front of their computers. There are obviously people living here, a ghetto element is creeping in with people shouting at each other outside their rooms and disturbing the peace at night and early in the mornings. Midway through the week, while we were out working, a maid came in and serviced our room which we weren’t expecting. On check-out, as we presented the manager with a box of chocolates as a Christmas gift and a thank-you for giving us a nice room, she again insisted that we pay an extra $30 charge for maid service (for the cost of “changing the linens for two rooms.”) She patronized us by telling us that we were tired when we arrived and didn’t properly understand the arrangement concerning the maid service and using both rooms. We were not in the mood to end our stay amidst bitter recriminations so we paid up when of course we should have told her to get stuffed. We are just too polite for our own good. We have seen this time and time again – a business builds up a good reputation, establishes a base of loyal customers, then through a combination of greed and stupidity presses the self-destruct button and alienates its best customers. For the sake of a measly thirty bucks we have left this hotel with a nasty taste in our mouths and will not return. By our estimation we would have stayed here twice next year netting the proprietor at least $700. Now that money will be going somewhere else.
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My sister and I stayed one night and were pleasantly surprised. The beds were comfortable and the room spacey had a microwave; a refrigerator and separate freeze unit; a small but very viewable TV; a large closet. The bathroom was bright and had a stall shower. The tile floor was very cold to the feet if you had to use the toilet during the night. The hostess was very helpful and kind and made us feel welcome. Next to the motel was a little Deli that we enjoyed. Very nice area (Ohlone College is just across the street.) I would definitely stay there again.
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