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Stayed 2 nights at this hotel whilst visiting friends and family who live in Palo Alto. The hotel is in the best location right in the heart of Palo Alto. We booked a room with private facilities which was excellent. Room 307, corner room, airy,...More
The Cardinal is a tremendous old school hotel with very clean rooms and friendly, attentive staff. Located in a very nice section of Palo Alto......I am anxious to return. A Bistro near / Bistro Maxiene is really delightful with very experienced barristas and a wonderful...More
This is a hotel that kept the old style in the common areas, but the rooms are very good, well equipped, big and comfortable. It is very well located close to main shopping road and close to a big Mall. I would defiitely come back...More
After my experience in San Francisco (SF) hotel i.e. cheap hotel in union square, I was not very optimistic about the hotel in Palo Alto. But I was wrong.
This hotel was excellent and the cost was also affordable. I paid 139$ per night but...More
I thought the air conditioning in this hotel was "out" when I walked in the lobby. It was humid, and smelled like something that had been locked in a closet for too long. As this is an "historic" hotel, the elevator is very old -...More
US$134 - US$293 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#1 Best Value Hotel in Palo Alto
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There is an elevator right by the registration desk. However, I do not recall rooms on the first floor. Also, you will want to call to check for an accessible entrance. I am remembering stairs at the two entrances.
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"rooms that face the inner courtyard were quiet at night"