Holiday Inn saved my stay in San Jose. I was fleeing from the previous bad hotel, you know, the one next door , and sort of desperate, when I stumbled upon the Holiday Inn’s doors. I was greeted with a polite, friendly, helpful, intelligent front desk clerk named Robert, who…
Over the last years, I stayed in several hotels in the San Jose area. This time it was the Holiday Inn, a quite expensive place to stay. Compared to other hotels in that area it is quite expensive and remarkably, breakfast was not included in the room rate. The room was quite…
I was in town for the College Football Playoff Championships and used some free nights to spend the weekend. Upon arrival I was told that I'd be upgraded to an Executive Suite as a rewards club member. Note: I joined the rewards club one year ago. I usually would book at hotel…
There is a $13 parking fee charge upon check out. The parking fee was disclosed to guest in advanced through Hotel.com Location is hard to find from freeway. Bed is fullsize for double bed room. But cleanliness is acceptable.
Wow if you value your back consider another choice. Additionally there is no free anything - parking most notably, there is a fee. Crazy part is the lobby has a few of San Jose finest homeless in the lobby.
"We had a room at the front and it was very quiet despite being on the same side as the trolley."
"We called for an early check-in and it was absolutely no problem for them to accommodate us five stars"
"i have no idea since i asked and the room they gave me was at the other end of the hotel but it was still noisy. Walls are paper thin."
"Very clean room!"
"higher floors are quieter..."
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