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It's a good value when you aren't looking for anything fancy and won't be spending much time in your room. No coffee maker in the room, little bit of freeway noise, and the beds were a little hard. The coffee up at the front office...More
The room was a very good size & very clean. There are plenty of eating places nearby & the hotel is situated right next door to the Premium Outlets, which was very convenient, although really manic on Thanksgiving night & into Black Friday weekend.
We arrived very late (2am) but found the receptionist up and alert. Everything was as advertised... no surprises. Published directions were ok but a bit confusing... we had a long trip... Why is it that always... the last 1% of any trip... the directions are...More
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The hotel and rooms were spotlessly clean, and the rooms, while small, were perfectly functional without being cramped. However, the hotel is right next to the freeway and the rooms aren't that well noise-insulated.
This is a no frills inexpensive motel. The hotel is the least expensive motel in the area (I checked and couldn't find anything cheaper.). It is conveniently close to the outlet mall and other shopping. They have free coffee in the morning. Also, they have...More
US$60 - US$101 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#1 Best Value Hotel in Camarillo
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Very hard to say, due to the unpredictability of Los Angeles traffic. Fifty minutes without traffic if you drive 70-75; will be one hour forty five minutes with traffic, up to two hours. The best option is to stay a little... More
Very hard to say, due to the unpredictability of Los Angeles traffic. Fifty minutes without traffic if you drive 70-75; will be one hour forty five minutes with traffic, up to two hours. The best option is to stay a little closer; there is a Good Nite Inn in Calabasas, which will shave 30 to 40 minutes off of your drive yet still be out of the L.A. metro area. I've never stayed at that Good Nite Inn, but I hear it is comparable to Camarillo.
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"If you forgot to bring snacks, their vending machines are full of a good selection of goodies!"