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170 South Sunnyvale Avenue, Sunnyvale, CA 94086, United States of America – Show map
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24-Hour Front Desk
Non-smoking Rooms, Air Conditioning
From 2:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
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The staff was nice. That's the only positive thing, they did what the could.
The hotel was dated, very old. Also, the carpet had tons of stains and the trash from the hall was never removed, so the place was always stinking! Just a bad choice do not go there!
The young lady at the check in desk was very kind and personable. This place was cheap(ish) for a last minute decision, and close to San Jose. Our room had a jacuzzi tub, pretty cool I guess.
Ugh everything else. The electricity on the first floor for the poor lady at the desk was a extension cord running from somewhere outside, through the hallway, and to her desk. First impression should have been enough to run screaming. We took the ramshackle elevator to our floor and let out into a hallway that reeked of cigarette smoke and something else that was quite unpleasant. We make it to our room and open the door, not too bad from the view of the hallway. I walk over to the little kitchen to see if I can get a glass of water. As soon as I turn on the light, 10 cockroaches, literally, dart towards the sink drain. Ewww no, just no. The air conditioner did not want to work. The bed had 2 pillows, one that was too long for the pillowcase so it hung out. So needless to say we did not get under the covers. Overall, I felt like this place was very overpriced for the filthy and uncomfortable accommodations. Please, do not stay here!!!!!
All was pretty good. No complaints
Old and worn out but a reasonable value
Needs to be cleaned up
The first room they gave us TV didn't work, there was no coffee to put in the coffee maker. It was dirty. The second room the tub jets didn't work also the TV remote didn't work.
The staff was warm and greeting!
The mold on the ceiling in the bathroom and the carpets were filthy!
The room smelled really bad. The A/C didn't work.u had to lift the door to get it to latch. Curtains were messed up...A lot of construction.
location is good.
no inside vending machine. too narrow entrance lobby. insuficient toiletary service. Wi-Fi system is complicated. insuficient proper parking space. insuficient service coffee.
Room was quiet. Close to restaurants.
sheets not changed during my stay. Tub did not drain well.
minimal "continental" breakfast
Had a reservation for my boss based on. The pictures from Web site. This was the worst hotel ever he would not stay due to how bad it was. Halls we filthy carpet was stained and stapled together. The desk person was great.
Desk person was great.
location and price
Room pretty good but more than my needs. Location excellent for those without own transport.
No internet access apart from wifi. Smoking was allowed. Breakfast not good enough. Better value at hostels for my purposes
Housekeeping staff was gkid
The corridors were full of cigarette odor. The bed sheet was never changed during our 4-night staying in room 261
Location. It is close to Sunnyvale's Downtown and Caltrain station.
During my life I have lived at a lot of hotels around whole world including third world countries. And I've never met so dirty and poor maintained place. You can see a dirt although dark color of a carpet. I would wonder if I don't get contracted there. My room was announced like nonsmoking, but there was a smell if they have smoked there for many years. It is really the worst hotel I've ever seen.
Blood stains in the walls. No blankets. Very basic breakfast. No natural light (face a wall)
Location is great: just next to the Caltrain, and adjacent to a great Indonesian restaurant (the Bay Leaf). It's good if you don't have a car, and want to rely on Silicon Valley's sparse public transit and walking to get around. And the price is good (though it matches the low quality).
Blood stain and a cigarette butt hole on the inside of the bedcover ... in a non-smoking room. Generally the cleanliness is OK on the things they cleaned (clearly not the bedcovers). It looks like the room has been patched up the minimum necessary as it decays since the 1960s. They take in long-term renters and the staff clearly have a hard edge to deal with them. Breakfast is just bread/toast, bagels, cereal and milk.
enjoyed the bath tub being so large, enjoyed the bed being so large, enjoyed having a small kitchenette.
the small kitchenette microwave did not work and the stove burners were not safe to operate, the "FREE" wi-fi did not reach to our room and was very dissappointing.
Room cleanliness was Ok (Fair) but hallways and other common areas was poor;
Hot tub's are nice.
Staff's cold & you can't have breakfast in bed.
The customer service
We were travelling with 7 Russian students who didn't have cars, so the location very close to the Caltrain station was important, a major reason that we selected this low-budget motel that allowed them mobility; also, the students were limited to spend $100 or less per night, excluding most other motels in the area, and since Pacific Inn's cost was well under that, it was another major attraction. The rooms, although sparse, had everything needed, even microwave, refrigerator, & TV.
Some of the other guests at the hotel were "sketchy", apparently some prostitutes, but they didn't bother us, so we had no real complaints. We suggest getting rooms with private shower & sink, which are not that much more expensive than those without (that depend on communal bathrooms).
I like that my room had a jacuzzi in it and only cost me 70$/ a night.
It was dirty. The sheets were old, yellow and had hair on them. There was a cockroach. The floor was dirty, it smelled like smoke. The facility was dirty, old, seemingly moldy. Rooms are small.