We chose this hotel as a stopping between Sequoia and the Redwoods on our roadtrip up to Oregon. The room itself was like pretty much any standard hotel room. It had the basic amentities that you would need. The close location to the deli was a plus as well. I did have trouble getting on to the WiFi, but that may be because of my phone. The cellular service was good enough for me to use my data, anyway. But to conclude, I thought this stay was satisfactory.
Granzella's Inn was a God-send for my family of Five + 2 cats + 1 lizard during the LNU Lightning Complex fire. We were under mandatory evac and I called Granzella's and they got us a room that night, allowed us to pay cash as we went (long story) and was super flexible with us as we kept extending our stay as the fire kept creeping closer and closer to our neighborhood in an almost slow-motion disaster. It was a quite, safe and clean place to keep my family while we waited out the fire. Had a refrigerator, microwave and bar sink making it possible to keep our meal expenses down. Granzella's restaurant across the parking lot was great for morning coffee's and baked goods and has a great hamburger too! When our evacuation was finally lifted 8 days from the start at 6:30 PM on a Thursday night, the manager came in especially to help us check out in order to make sure all our cash payments and AAA discount was applied.. Above and beyond! They really helped to make a tough situation manageable and I look forward to staying there again under better circumstances.…
Granzella’s was a wonderful surprising jewel of a find in a small community - Williams, CA. The accommodations, staff and food were delightful but I want to particularly praise them for the how seriously they are taking their responsibility to slow the spread of the COVID19 virus. The menus are cleaned between guests, the chairs are wiped down, gloves are available to don at the salad bar, the rooms are sanitized. It was reassuring to say the least. And the deli is beyond wonderful - a delight to the senses of any foodie lucky enough to happen upon it.
We arrived late at night. Initially, the key didn't work so we had to go back to the desk to get that fixed. Fortunately, we were on the first floor so it was easy to do. Then the bathroom door was locked so we had to go back to the front desk- they said just use the key card or a coin to turn the lock on the handle to open it. We didn't close it after that. The room was clean and the bathroom as also clean but it was very average. The heater was very noisy but did work well. The walls and floor are very thin- I was woken up by the person upstairs walking around very early in the morning. We had a nice view of the fence a couple of inches from the window. The free breakfast was continental- bagels, cereal, they did have yogurt and hard-boiled eggs. Again, pretty average overall.
This is one the finest places (for us to stay). The entire staff were fantastic from the reservations, to check in, to checking out. After a 13 hour drive, it was great to pull in, check in, fill up with gas (just next door), dine (next to hotel) and rest in a clean safe room not to mention a well lite ample parking area. After 30 years in quality assurance, I can honestly say, Granzella's checks all the boxes for a five star rating. Many thanks to the entire staff for a perfect stay. CT Stayed Oct 2019