Good Nite Inn Fremont
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- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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Historical Traveler Reviews Good Nite Inn Fremont
Great place to stay for a very good price....
My boyfriend and I went to visit San Jose for 5 days, and we book at the Good Nite Inn.
At first I was not too thrill about staying there, because the few reviews I read of it wasnt so great. But when I got there, its far exceeded my expectations.
The rooms are basicially similar to all the hotels I stayed (stayed at least 10 this year). But the the housekeeping was excellent (one of the best). We got housekeeping everyday, no matter what times we leave the room,. The housekeeper makes sure she goes in and clean our room, so we returned the room was alway clean and organized.
They dont have an iron in the room, but you can get one from the front desk. They also have some very good movies channels free, unlike other hotels where you have to pay to watch movies. Parking space is excellent, and they even have a small pool.
One thing I was a little disappointed was the internet. They have free internet acesss, but from where my room is located, the signals was very bad, I could barely go online, except at certain spots in the room.
Overall, I think that Good Nite Inn is a excellent place for a such a low price. So if you just looking a clean, simple places to stay while you are on your trip on a budget, I suggest you stay here. Good nite inn is much cheaper than all the other lodging places you can find and especially in California.
Great Changes for a Nice Place!
I have stayed at many hotels before and in the past stayed at the Good night in Fremont. I have to admit, the place has changed! The staff is very nice and with some of the changes, you can tell alot more people are coming. I stayed there and it seemed packed, the parking lot was full. I had a few problems while there, but the housekeepers were very nice and very helpful. It would be nice to have coffee pots in the rooms but the danishes and coffee in the main lobby was delicious. I even saw a someone take 2-3 extra danishes! Last time I stayed there, the beds were not so great, the last bed I was in, seemed very new!! When I checked out, the General Manager happen to greet me and he ask how my stay was? He mention he made some changes to the staff and has been replacing some of the beds. It was a stay worth the price. I did mention to the General Manager about the Coffee in the rooms. I plan on returning later this summer.
Bed Bugs = Check Out
This hotel was bad. Really bad. At $40 a night, I really wasn't expecting much, and unfortunately, I was surprised with many unexpected things. The springs were literally poking out of the matresses. There was a card in the room that said it had been cleaned by Catalina. The next day, the housekeeper came in and didn't bother changing the card. She just scratched out Catalina's name and wrote Maria above it. My daughter was chasing ants around the bathroom. The bathtub did not drain. The white towels were gray. The pillows were pancake flat and the matresses and box springs had stains from God knows what and from God knows when. The last straw was the bed bug I found 3 days into our 8 day vacation. I brought the manager to the room and showed him the bed bug and demanded a refund. He offered to allow us to switch rooms, change out our matresses, comp our nights already stayed but I just wanted to leave. I got a full refund and checked into a much nicer, much cleaner hotel for only $20 more per night. Well worth the extra money. I have to say, the manager was very nice and claimed he was new. He stated that he was getting ready to do a total renovation to the hotel and the first things to go were the beds. I hope he is right and I hope for everyone's sake, the bed bugs go with the beds.
Not too shabby
The Good Nite Inn in Freemont isn't bad at all. The bed was comfy, the place was clean. Wireless internet works, which is always a plus for the traveler with a laptop. Freemont isn't exactly a central location in the bay area...but that keeps down the price, and it is right off the major highways so you can get where you need to go. There is a shockingly good sushi bar in the lot next door which I highly recommend. One of those things you don't expect to find but the food is good and the staff is a lot of fun. If you want to save a few bucks, I'd say this is a great place to stay.
Terribloe Guest Treatment By Housekeeping..Never go
I was planning to stay in this hotel for couple of weeks. Hotel's House keeping were a pain in the ***. They are asking for the guests to stand outside even though when there is severe cold and rain during room cleaning. They are knocking the door crazily to ask for cleaning the room. House keepers dont at all show hospitality to guests. RUDE House keepers. NEVER GO TO THIS HOEL. GO TO SOME OTHER PLACE EVEN IF IT COSTS A BUCK MORE.
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