Fairfield Inn & Suites Tehachapi
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The service of the staff was perfect. Even, when our car keys were left in the door of our car, the staff had collected them and informed us that they had our keys so their was no thievery. The grounds and facilities were well-maintained and very clean.The beds were comfortable and there was many comfortable ammenities offered. I would definately recommend this hotel to anybody.
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