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Had to be in Stockton 2 weeks ago for a shower and wedding. I booked my room because the bride recommended it. We still hadn't had a bridal shower so my daughter (maid of honor) asked me to call about renting a room to hold...More
This hotel offers all you’d expect for an overnight stay. We stopped off here en route to dam Francisco. Quick simple check in, clean and modern room, dinner in the downstairs restaurant. Our room had nice city views and was pretty quiet, after we turned...More
We had been traveling in Oregon and California for 2 weeks. This was our best experience of lodging during that time. The room and bathroom were lovely,recently redone, clean pleasant and quiet.
The staff was friendly and helpful. Housekeeping assisted with a luggage problem of...More
The hotel is beautiful with great veiw in front of water, but actually filthy.
Upon entering the lobby, there's a strong smell of bleach whereever you go in the hotel.
It was a even greater disappointment to find out the bedsheets and pillow covers smelled...More
I’m am so happy with this hotel all the way from the rooms to the view and the pool,pool tables the fire pits outside and the full bar, ping pong tables to the front staff. Plus the front desk staff Jessica she will set you...More
Response from DukeBlue80016 | Reviewed this property |
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.