Oct 25 - Oct 26
Nov 6 - Nov 7
Oct 31 - Nov 1
Oct 25 - Oct 26
Worn out property. Good for the very low budget traveler
Nov 13 - Nov 14
This property has no type of professional management, employee at check in doesn’t even know what rooms they have or how to check people in. Manager is very rude! Doesn’t listen to customers concerns just hangs up the phone... won’t ever return to this location or extended stay.
Nov 23 - Nov 24
Refer made a lot of noise when running and we put up with it because we didn't want to change rooms. Dog fee was expensive compared to others (check before making reservations). The floors were not level in several places and may bother people with balance problems. It wasn't unsafe but ...
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Halfway between Silicon Valley and San Francisco lies the cozy city of San Mateo. With a year-round Mediterranean climate and suburban downtown area, there's something for everyone. Whether shopping, eating, or enjoying nature, San Mateo visitors will find plenty to do both indoors and out. Those with extra wanderlust can take the "King's Highway" or El Camino Real to some of California's historic missions or dog-friendly beaches. With plenty of dog-friendly parks, restaurants, and pet-friendly hotels in San Mateo, your furry friend will feel welcome too!
Forget New York City! San Mateo has its own Central Park that's home to the Bianchi mini train for kids of all ages. After your train ride you can relax in the granite pagoda of the Japanese Tea Garden, complete with bamboo grove, tea house and koi pond. The Tea Garden is especially idyllic during early spring when the first cherry blossoms are in bloom. Cheap hotels in San Mateo offer an affordable and sweet respite and with all the money you'll save, you can afford to visit nearby Hillsdale Shopping Center. If the 130 stores and restaurants wear you out, there are plenty of Hillsdale Shopping Center hotels where you can rest your feet or try on your new threads.
Once a place for wealthy San Franciscans to build their summer homes, San Mateo has come into its own as a formidable tourist attraction. The intimate size of downtown San Mateo makes it easy to try many restaurants. For an exotic dining experience that rivals anything in San Francisco, visitors can choose from authentic Indian, Mexican, seafood, Thai, or Burmese restaurants. And with Napa Valley nearby, these restaurants offer plenty of delicious wines in every varietal available.
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