We checked in and checked out. The room we almost stayed in was disgusting and dingy. The wall were dirty, the bathroom had blood splatter on the ceiling, the linens we questionable at best, and there were broken lamps in the room. The only redeemable attribute was that we received a refund for our almost stay.
I’m going to write this review in the most constructive way possible. First of all when checking into a hotel you should not ask your guest if they will be having any visitors, this isn’t Moms house it’s a hotel you’re paying for. Secondly you shouldn’t tell them that you could have gotten a better deal outside of expedia.com for $80 a night, this devalues your business. Thirdly, having cigarette burns, strange brown smears and melted plastic blinds wreaking of cigarettes and rotting foam does not fit the health departments definition of a “non-smoking room.” Being someone that has allergies to cigarette smoke this shouldn’t even be a question. Also this place needs to read its ADA rules in terms of etiquette as there are certain questions you should refrain from asking a disabled person, especially the nature of their disability. This is not only proper business but a good strategy to retain customers especially at a place which is not so pleasing to the eyes cosmetically. If the energy of the small talk was directed at the detail of the ripped leather chairs and filthy chipped cabinetry as well as plumbing then this hotel would live up to what is illustrated in the photographs it advertises on expedia and other travel websites. In addition the parking underneath the structure is very difficult with water leaking and paint falling from the walls and support beams.…
The owner's photos look nothing like the true condition of the rooms. Here is an actual photo of the blood-stained sofa bed, which is hidden under a sheet when you open the door. The good news is at least they removed the prior victim before they rented me the room.
This is the second trip my fiancé and I have made to Cabrillo inn. It’s a small hotel with a small under ground parking garage (do me a favor and park on the street). The price is pretty good for the location (about a 10-15 min drive to the large mall, SeaWorld, beaches, and the San Diego zoo. Now this is not a 5star hotel however if you plan to walk around and go adventuring rather than spending your trip in the hotel the whole time I think this would work for you.
Horrible. The sheets weren't cleaned at all. They kept saying that the stains were burn marks from the dryer, lies. Not to mention my $200 limited edition mickey mouse herschel handbag went missing out of my room. After my husband searched hi and low with the manager, it still wasn't found. The beds are rock hard and the teeny tiny parking spaces suck as well. Do yourself a favor, pay a little more and stay somewhere else. This isn't worth it. BEWARE