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Hotel Rosedale

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We welcome you to experience our resort-like setting conveniently located at the junction of Highway 99 and Rosedale Highway (58). An Olympic-size pool surrounded by a beautiful lush courtyard, contemporary oversized deluxe rooms and suites invite you to relax after a busy day of travel or work. We now have an electric car charging station.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Breakfast included
Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
Banquet Room
Business Centre with Internet Access
Conference Facilities
Electric vehicle charging station
Hot Tub
Meeting rooms
Multilingual Staff
Non-smoking hotel
Outdoor pool
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Self-Serve Laundry
Wheelchair Access
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Room features
Air conditioning
Refrigerator in room
Accessible rooms
Family Rooms
Non-smoking rooms
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62Somewhat walkable
Grade: 62 out of 100
25Restaurantswithin 1 km
1Attractionwithin 1 km
52Room tips
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Parking lot pot-holed and lacks lighting. Lobby seemed nice, but .... Room smelled due to very old / stained carpet. All doorways beat up and need paint. There’s only so much caulk can cover up. I mean, really? The ‘included breakfast’ was a room in the far rear corner of
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Check in staff was friendly. The unpleasant surprise is that Free Breakfast is only for 2 adults (coupons issued), the remaining people have to pay $5 pax. As a result, we skipped breakfast at the hotel. The other aspect is the numerous mirrors on the inside corridors - can be a
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I booked this hotel as we needed to break up our journey from Death Valley to the coast it was what it was, the girl who checked us in was really helpful and friendly. The room was clean and tidy did what we wanted it to, had a sit round the pool and a swim. The girl on the
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We had the opportunity to stay twice at this facility in the last week... We were regulars ar this location for the last 5 years on our snow bird trips.. I am dismayed at the changes in management of hotel... we travel with our dog and we’re given a room right by the outside
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Quiet liked this place. The rooms were nice, there's a nice pool and the attached Bull Shed restaurant does a good meal. Free parking and inclusive breakfast. The only downside was that the bedding was old and felt grubby and they use non environmentally friendly disposable
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Can you get post/parcels delivered to the hotel?
Never came up are only there overnight
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The food was not, to my liking, I didn't use the banquet.
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Source below is from Kern Golden Empire's website dated 08/08/2014 BAKERSFIELD, CA -- Dozens of families visiting Bakersfield for a cheerleading competition claim they got a rash from the Hotel Rosedale hot tub. The Kern County Health Department confirmed what it calls a severe outbreak. It happened back in April. County health said it asked the hotel to close its pool for 10 days until it was cleaned but that was after at least 26 people were infected with the bacterial rash. "It was nasty, it was gross," said Nicole Blakely, a parent of a child who contracted a rash. "We did do an investigation and we did end up closing the pool because of the violation," said Donna Fenton, Kern County Environmental Health. The violation being the accumulation pseudomonas aeruginosa bacteria commonly known as the hot tub rash leaving Nicole Blakey's daughter and at least 26 others with a rash according to the Kern County Health Department "All where the bathing suit was was all rash red little pimpling bumps," said Blakely. Painful bumps that lasted for days. Kern County Health said it confirmed the rash came from the pool area and the department ordered it shut down for 10 days for cleaning for what they call an atypical, severe outbreak. The Health Department says the bacteria multiplied in the pool and spa because they weren't cleaned properly. According the health department's website since 2007 Hotel Rosedale had 34 violations including seven for not having the proper level of disinfectant. "It is expected that they keep that disinfectant residual at a level where there wouldn't be any bacteria in the pool," said Donna Fenton of the Kern County Environmental Health. That's why the families affected are asking for a refund. "They will not return our calls," said Blakely. The manager of the Hotel Rosedale said he could not comment on camera but noted that during the investigation he cooperated fully with the health department. The manager contests that anyone ever got a rash from his pool or spa saying the Kern County Health Department never informed him of the outbreak
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L'uso della piscina è libero per i clienti?
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Y a t-il un sèche cheveux ?
Oui, mais ne marche Pas e aussi la TV dans chambre 108, ne marche Pas. Et Vous pense que il sont arrivè pour la controller?
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"Ask for a room in the back with a balcony facing the pool."
"Pool view rooms are nice with private facilities to sit outside your own room."
"Just don't do it."
"Disgusting room - just avoid all of them"
"Find a room that does not have a large gap at the bottom"
US$73 - US$308 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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