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The tub diverter faucet didn’t work and there was very little hot water in the shower. The fridge made a knocking noise all night. The TV was set on the micro/fridge cabinet, which made the small screen look tiny. The...More
1 Thank M W
Response from IHGCare, Guest Relations Manager at Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites - MarinaResponded 11 February 2013
Dear M W,
Thank you for sharing your feedback regarding your stay with us. Please accept my sincere apology for the shortcomings you experienced and I regret you found the condition of your room and the service you received less than satisfactory. Guest satisfaction is...More
+Convenient location (close to Hwy 1, and various stores/restaurants)
+They have Weight Watchers meetings on site
+Breakfast has plenty of options (bananas, sausage, pastries, coffee, cereals, yogurt, etc.)
+There is a laundry room (1 washer & 1 dryer) - machines only...More
Our family picked this hotel because it was reasonably priced, close to the Monteray Aquarium and had a free breakfast. We were so happy we found this spot! The hotel was so clean! The beds didn't have the typical old comforters, that you don't want...More
Didn´t like that hotel. Staff was friendly and gave me an "upgrade".. That was a, admittedly spacious, room, but it was really noisy, I heard every slamming door in that "hotel"! The best thing at this hotel was the Walmart across the street, where I...More
1 Thank Jens F
Response from IHGCare, Guest Relations Manager at Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites - MarinaResponded 26 October 2012
Dear Jens F,
Thank you for you review. I am glad that our staff were friendly during your stay however, I am truly sorry about the noise disturbance in your room. We try our best to ensure all guests have a great stay and undisturbed...More
Upon my arrival the desk clerk was nice but I had explicitly asked for a top floor room and she gave me a 1st floor room. She did fix it and give me a top floor. There was a place to park my 30' truck,...More
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