Excellent rooms, hotel staff was very pleasant. Very good selection for breakfast. 24 hour coffee. Pool heated and spa was very warm. Landscaping very nice and kept up. Highly recommend this hotel for your stay.
Great location from which to experience Spring Training for Mariners/Padres. Walk to everything in minutes. Safe, elegant neighborhood. Easy access to freeways for trips to other stadiums and Phoenix activities. Service is excellent, staff is excellent. Breakfast is marginal…
While the staff was friendly, the property is on the older side. I was not too thrilled paying $500+ for two nights but had no other choice as we travel with our dog. Didn’t eat breakfast, so I can’t let you know how it was, I’m assuming your standard continental breakfast. …
We were warmly met in the lobby by the receptionist, after that, everything was down hill! We paid $300 a night (during Spring Training high season) for a dirty, old hotel. I can handle old but the combination of dirty and the car on blocks in the back made me search for another…
Looks more like a rest home then a hotel. Seniors playing a group game of Dominos in the lobby. Rooms are very old and outdated. I researched this hotel and read dozens of reviews. At $340/night I was expecting more.
"The décor of the room was updated, pleasant and relaxing."
"I had requested the first floor and it was very quiet"
"Make sure to come in on a daily basis to replace the towels, toilet paper and empty the garbage."
"Join the rewards program, easy to get enough points for a room, goodie bags on check in for elite members, etc."
"Room 522 faces the stadium. Room 522 is also a 2 room that has French doors separating a living and bedroom area."