Homewood Suites By Hilton Carlsbad-North San Diego County
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHomewood Suites By Hilton Carlsbad-North San Diego County
This is an acceptable place to stay for your trip to Carlsbad & Legoland if you have kids. The room has a living room separated from the bedroom by a door allowing you to put the kids on a sofa in the living room and have their own TV while the parents have the privacy of their own bedroom. Much welcomed after a long day in the amusement parks. Refrigerator is a plus as well.
The free breakfast allows you to save money to start your day but had no hot meat items. The self-made waffles were favorite.
Area around hotel was quiet and nice in appearance but no food places were within the immediate area. Something outside where I parked our car created a horrible order (I couldn't guess if it was the nearby trash can or something else).
Hotel was clean but I noticed the floor was not swept one day of our stay. Kids begged to get in the pool but it was too chilly.
All staff I came into contact with were friendly. We use a lot of towels during our hotel stays and the staff never grumbled when we requested them and brought them up quick.
If we return to Legoland we'd stay here again.
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