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Our room was quite nice overlooking the water and courtyard. However, the availability of king rooms is not as described on the website. To have the preferred view, we had to settle for 2 doubles. We tried to order dinner but were told the kitchen...More
I have to be in Stockton weekly for business and have found this to be an excellent hotel to stay at. Particularly, one of the front desk attendants, Solomon, went above and beyond to provide customer service and make sure my stay was great. He...More
Booked this hotel for two night in October because of the good reviews, nobody seemed to mention the location. I arrived in the late afternoon upon checking in I noticed the hotel is in dire need of upgrading, the carpets are soiled, dirty windows and...More
Just finished another week here... thanks every one for helping us out with everything we need. Hopefully be back real soon. I can’t stress how nice the people are and the price as well. I’ve stayed in other hotels in Stockton and this is the...More
Solomon at the front desk made my first time experience an unforgettable stay. My day to begin with was not the greatest and Solomon changed that. He immediately greeted us in a professional, friendly manner as soon as we walked in. He accommodated us in...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.