A cozy, tucked away, but on the main street old school ( updated) motel. Very charming, and tastefully contemporary. Check in was outside through a window ( due to COVID precautions. The room was just like the pictures, cozy, warm and inviting. The room had hard wood flooring, refrig, micro, and Kuerig coffee maker ( no pods, so I bought my own) they said they were not getting their supply during the pandemic. Everything was fine & clean and in perfect working order. Parking right outside your door a real luxury. Although right in town, the noise level was virtually nil. A really nice allternative choice to the higher priced chain properties in the area.
Find somewhere else. Screaming, chaos at all hours of the night. Man walking around in parking lot trying to calm people down. Car got smashed into by drunk driver in the parking lot. You can thank your “elected officials” for giving the homeless a nice place to shoot up with liquor, weed, and marijuana straight out of the taxpayers wallet.
Needed a reasonably priced hotel in the Burlingame area for two nights. I saw this hotel had very good reviews and had a special last minute price. The room was great and the price was right! There were many local restaurants within walking distance with great food.
We stayed here for 1 night before returning to the uk as it’s not too far from the airport. Rooms are bright and clean but standard of some decoration/fixes could be better. Good sized room with large shower. Try eating at Jacks Restaurant and Bar down the road for great food reasonably priced.
Good value for a very clean, updated room. Neighborhood isn't too bad although I'd probably not wander around at night. We did walk around in early evening and found a good restaurant right across the street. We went to bed early due to wanting to get some good sleep before a very early flight and were awoken about 11pm by a group of men out in front of the room who I think had the room beside ours but decided to stand on the balcony and talk and laugh very loudly. It went on for at least an hour before we finally called the front desk to let them know we couldn't sleep. The noise stopped fairly soon after so I assume a hotel employee asked them to go inside. When we left the hotel about 3:30 am (as quietly as we could) there were a some men congregated in front of the hotel talking who kind of stared us down as we made our way to our car which was a little uncomfortable. It seems the hotel staff needs to make some periodic checks around the front or have video monitors inside so they are aware if people are possibly disrupting guests. …