Hampton Inn & Suites
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We got a decadently late start after the most delicious breakfast served right in our room ... I could get used to this! Eventually, though, we had to get back on the road (I don't know, the innkeepers said something about "vacating" the room ... whatever!) and make some southerly headway. The morning was beautiful, sunny and cool as we made our …
So I'm currently sitting on my Couchsurfing host Janelle's front porch sore as **** from wakeboarding/getting ass ****** today in Sacramento. But I will write a new one about Sac in about a week or so when I leave.
Anyways back onto the little hick mountain town where I found myself stranded while I waited for my ******* California drivers license to show up! Not to mention I didn't even need it I just wanted to qualify for ...
... I walked straight through. Uniformed Heathrow staff were doing meet and greet at the entrance to airside, almost fighting over the odd passenger coming through. I was asked if I planned on buying anything and when I said I might look at electronic tablets the woman said,apparently without a hint of irony, "let me introduce you to my people, they'll do you a very good deal"...I couldn't have been more bemused if it had been ...
... We made it to the campground, rested and then had to go again. We decided to go back to Shasta City which was a few miles west of Redding. This was a town which the State bought in the 60's and made an Historic Park. The Courthouse which was built in 1855 was restored to what it looked like in 1861 and is a museum complete with a court room. They have displays of local memorabilia and information, indian artifacts, fine art ...
Yes indeed we were out of here at 11:17. It took us two hours to get to Vacaville....love that bay area traffic. Not much new on I-5 northbound to Red Bluff. Arrived at Durango, love this RV Resort....Luigis delivers right to your RV spot. ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHampton Inn & Suites Redding
Just a good place to spend a night. My definition of three stars is that I would stay there again. An example of a five star hotel would be ANA in Sydney, NSW, Australia.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hampton Inn & Suites Redding
I've waited to write a review so I could think about my stay at the Hampton. Partly because the rviews all seem to speak so highly of the hotel. I do have to say, the property is pretty and done well. It's location was behind the hotel row, which is what we were trying to get away from. The bad aftertaste merited our response,
Traveling north from Southern California in winter, I knew that Redding was a logical place to stop for the night before tackling the mountain driving on ice and snow in the morning. The Tripadvisor reviews prompted me to stop at this Hampton Inn. The reviews were right on.
I planned a stop at this hotel only because it was on the way in terms of driving. I'm a Hilton Honors member, so I usually try to stay in one of their properties to accrue points. Man, did I luck out! This hotel was fantastic. I had the best night's sleep I've had in a very long time because of their new sleep system - a pile of pillows marked "soft", a pile of pillows marked "firm", a lumbar support pillow, and a guarantee that EVERYTHING - I mean everything - on the bed was freshly cleaned. INCLUDING the comforter. I get a little creeped out by hotel comforters and usually remove them before sleeping in the bed because you never know what that comforter has seen. But this was amazing. It was the most comfortable bed and sheets, the pillows were magnificent and the room was beautifully appointed. I had a king size bed and tons of space in my room. The interenet was easy to get to and I couldn't find anything at all negative about this experience unless you absolutely have to have room service. There is not a restaurant on site, but they do offer a substantial breakfast for free, and it isn't just danish and coffee. It was eggs, biscuits and gravy, cereals, fruits, yogurt, bagels and breads of every kind, all included in the price of your room. Fresh coffee is also available 24 hours a day. I used to think that Hampton Inns were equivalent to La Quinta Inn or Holiday Inn, but this was much closer to the Hilton experience, but at a very reasonable price.
I would recommend this Hampton Inn & Suites. The new Hampton Inns are so comfortable and nice. Well done.
We booked a night here based on Trip Advisor and were delighted with this motel. It's off the freeway in a very quiet area, a real plus. This is a new hotel and everything worked well and looked inviting. There's a fine grand piano in the lobby: a guest was playing Gershwin when we walked in. The staff is friendly and accommodating, and all that we encountered had senses of humor too. The bed was absolutely fantastic: like the Three Bears it was "juuuust right." Another reviewer mentioned the lack of a "comfy chair" -- not so in our case. I needlepointed happily in a very comfy chair for over an hour. The same reviewer noted the air conditioning fan was noisy, and this is true. We did not try the freebie breakfast: these are generally only sugar and empty carbs. It being Redding and HOT, the pool was a popular spot: very pleasant and refreshing. We left something behind and called about it. Housekeeping found it, and we were notified the item would be mailed to us at home: it was waiting when we arrived. We would be delighted to stay here again.
Our family (2 adults, 15, 12 year-olds) stayed here for three nights in mid-June, 2006. It was a really pleasant stay for us. The hotel is nearly new so everything is in pretty good shape. We had a double queen room. It was nicely decorated and while not overly large, it was fine for the amount of time we actually spent in the room. Can't complain about noise or dirt either.
My husband & I stayed at this hotel 7/9/06-7/10/06. We were on a driving trip up & down the West Coast, and we stopped in Redding on our way back home to San Diego, CA. SInce our trip involved long days driving, we checked in late at night (11pm) and had to leave fairly early in the morning. We were pleased to get an upgrade, and pleased that the hotel and room met all the quality standards we have come to expect from Hampton Inns, and seemed even above the usual standards in some ways. I think our room ended up being a suite, but it was quite large with a separate couch, kitchenette area with microwave, fridge, coffee, tea and popcorn, nice big bed with great bedding materials, and everything in the hotel looked very new and clean. There was even a grand piano in the lobby area, which looked nicer to me than some more expensive brand hotels we have stayed in! Some days earlier on our trip, we stayed at a horrible Hampton Inn in Oregon, so this Redding hotel was a complete 180 degrees difference. We couldn't get out of the Oregon hotel fast enough, but the Redding hotel was so nice, we actually wished we didn't have to rush out in the morning. The included breakfast was also good and met the usual Hampton Inn standards, with bagels, muffins, cereals, fruit, oatmeal, a hot selection, juices, teas, and coffee. In the few encounters we had with staff, they also seemed quite nice, pleasant, and friendly. The few "problems" I can think of are very minor and did not detract from our stay at all: the layout of the bathroom & sink was perhaps not ideal in that the towels were all located outside of the shower area, and I'm not sure of the neighborhood the hotel is in as far as sightseeing, proximity, etc. We were just there for a quick overnight stop on our drive, but the hotel did seem a little further off the freeway than some others clustered closer, and maybe seemed a little more of an industrial/business type neighborhood, where it wouldn't be ideal to walk to sights, restaurants, etc. But as I said, overall, I would recommend this hotel highly in a heartbeat, and the price we paid was a very good value.
Hampton is wonderful!
I stayed at the "NEW" Hampton while I was passing through Redding CA. It is beautiful. All sparkling new! Great pool and hot tub. The location is perfect if you are in and around this area (Shasta isn't far away). The staff there are so nice and the beds beat The Westin heavenly beds by far! I can't believe what you get for your money at the Hampton Inns (owned by Hilton) If you check them out and like them as much as I do you'll be seeking them out everytime you travel. Can not beat the Hampton Inns! I travel lots and I can tell you I know what I'm talking about. Even breakfast in the mornings...This is a no brainer!!!