It’s a mixed bag.
Their strongest and most appealing feature is the price. We paid around $60 per night and that is 35% to 50% less than what we would have paid at our usual Livermore area stay. The room has no bugs and water pressure of the shower was strong and their free Wi-Fi worked great.
As for the not-so-good stuff, the list is longer: worn out and scratchy sheets, a noisy in-room refrigerator, noisy plumbing sound from neighboring rooms (it woke me up one night), a clogging sink. The soap was rough and they provided very minimum number of towels; one wash cloth, one hand towel and two bath towels.
Water from the faucet tasted horrible and they only supplied us two mini bottled waters per day. It is an old building and their keep-up efforts are not successful; using a touch up paint that is several shades off and adding a dangling power cord to accommodate multiple electric appliances in the room. Free breakfast was supposed to be available but none was offered/mentioned to us although I saw some cereal and apples at the office when we checked in at night (they didn’t look fresh).
We knowingly picked this $60 per night establishment and expected to experience $60 per night level of amenity and comfort and we did. What do I say after the three nights stay? I am afraid the $60 level of amenity and comfort were not quite enough for me. But I am not expecting my financial status to improve anytime soon so I might have to learn to like (or tolerate) it. I could/will try this place again if I needed or feel like it but will try to find a $65 per night place first elsewhere and give it a try (I am kidding).
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