I stayed at this hotel for a couple of days back in March. It’s a nice, newer looking, clean hotel right in the midst of a mostly business oriented location on Hwy 66 in Glendora. It is not, however, ... more
I stayed at this hotel for a couple of days back in March. It’s a nice, newer looking, clean hotel right in the midst of a mostly business oriented location on Hwy 66 in Glendora. It is not, however, within a reasonable walking distance of the old downtown Glendora area, unless you really enjoy walking.
My room, located on the second floor, was literally an arms-length away from the elevator door. I was at first concerned that the elevator’s use would create undue noise entering my room, especially at night. It didn’t. Either this was taken into account when the hotel was built, or nobody used the elevator during the evening hours. I cannot say which it was.
The rooms were large enough not to feel cramped. It was clean and contained all the amenities you expect in today’s up-to-date hotels, i.e. microwave, refrigerator, coffee maker, etc. The bathroom lights were on some kind of gradual brightness mode. When I first turned them on I thought they were broken. But then the lights slowly became brighter. A nice feature for those late night or early morning trips to the facility. The hot water supply was, well, very hot. I had to be careful not to turn it up too high. The only thing I didn’t like about the bed was the chiclet sized pillows. Having four was nice, but they were far too small.
On the first morning I was fairly happy with the Continental breakfast. Nothing special about it, but it was hot and there was plenty of it. On the morning of day two, I was a bit disappointed. It was the same food, served colder. Not the same kind of food. No, it was the same food; overcooked, dried out and cold. Uhg.
All in all, yes, I would stay here again. It is not a large hotel. There is no spectacular view from the rooms, but it was quiet and clean, a big plus in my book. less