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Well, the hotel itself is good, the area, not so much. I left my hotel once to venture for sushi but otherwise stayed within the compound either eating at the restaurant or making my frozen meals. The rooms are not spacious but does the job....More
This hotel is beautiful. Nice view of the Delta, and the inside and outside of the hotel were very nice with big, spacious rooms. I would definitely stay here again and recommend it to anyone going to Stockton!
We stopped here on our way to Anaheim for one night. It was such a great facility that we wished we could stay longer. Included in the room was a full size refrigerator and a microwave. The bathroom was a good size. There was a...More
This is THE place to stay when in Stockton. The four bottom floors are a hotel with a separate set of elevators for guests. The top three floors are for residents - which I never saw.
We were here seven nights, and loved this place....More
I grew up in Stockton and the city has made huge improvements to this area. This hotel is great for the price compared to similar hotels in town. Great beds, showers, love the fridge. Would love a cheaper snack bar - but it is what...More
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You are given a variety of room rates depending what server you book through, but the hotel adds on a "resort fee" of $20 per day that is supposedly to cover amenities at the hotel (pool, use of pool or ping pong tables... More
You are given a variety of room rates depending what server you book through, but the hotel adds on a "resort fee" of $20 per day that is supposedly to cover amenities at the hotel (pool, use of pool or ping pong tables, workout room)- all things that are normally covered when you are staying at a decent hotel or lodging facility. I've paid "resort" types of fees before- but never at a hotel in Stockton- an exaggeration of their own property amenities definitely.