We were given room 309, which we would advise anyone to avoid if possible. It is very noisy, with a loud hum and strong vibrations coming from the wall behind the televsion. Other considerations, however, are more important. In ascending order of importance: there was no dust ruffle on the bed, so box springs and mattress were exposed--at the price one would expect more; the room was very dusty and the floor was dirty; the tile in the bathroom was black in the shower; the toilet had been used and not flushed; the bed had two bugs between the sheets. We received a note of apology and a bottle of the wine. We also asked for and received a different room. This was clean, though in need of refurbishing. We loved the location and the creek outside the window, but we would advise anyone checking in to look carefully at the room before being charmed by the surroundings.
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- Not long after The Inn at Saratoga opened its doors, the renowned travel writer, Horace Sutton, declared it to be "one of the splendid small inns in the nation." We invite you to stay with us and learn why today his judgment is truer than ever.Exceptional features of The Inn at Saratoga are extensive. Private guest room balconies afford wonderful views and the sound of running water from a spring fed creek. No other hotel in Silicon Valley offers comparable views and such a pristine natural environment. Rooms are unusually large (400 sq. ft. and above vs. 300 sq. ft. or less at hotels in neighboring cities) with floor-to-ceiling French windows overlooking a creek, a park, and mountain scenery. All rooms include complimentary high-speed wireless internet access, two-line telephones, bathroom telephones, irons and ironing boards, refrigerators, honor bar beverages, delivery of complimentary daily newspaper, 47" HD flat screen televisions, iHome radios for recharging mobile phones and tablets, combo DVD-VCR players, and borrowing privileges from our movie library.Room service is available and complimentary continental breakfast includes a variety of fruits, cereals, juices, bagels, pastries, hard-boiled eggs, coffee, decaf, tea, and several types of fruit juices. Complimentary wine, tea, and appetizers are served each afternoon.The Inn is located in the heart of historic Saratoga Village near more than 20 restaurants, some only 50 yards away. The Inn is the closest hotel to the Mountain Winery Concert series, Villa Montalvo, Hakone Gardens, wine tasting, hiking, and horseback riding. Silicon Valley companies are as close as 5 to 20 minutes away in the cities of Los Gatos, Cupertino, Campbell, and San Jose.The Inn is a smoke-free establishment. ... more less
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