Four Points by Sheraton San Jose Downtown
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Historical Traveler Reviews Four Points by Sheraton San Jose Downtown
One Star Hotel with Five Star Prices
Did we stay at the same hotel that everybody else is raving about! I agree that this hotel has nice decor and the housekeeping service was good, but everything else is mediocre and the service is non existent. For the 4-5 star prices they are charging, a lot is missing including service and friendliness. The front desk and the bell boy have an attitude problem and they should be trained and reminded that they are in the service business. The room smelled like mosquito repellent and I could not sleep well the two nights I was there May 6-8. I tried four different rooms and they all smelled the same. I will never go back to this hotel.
Loved it, you should stay here.
We just stayed at the Hotel Montgomery and it was wonderful. There were five of us girls and the experience was great. The hotel is very conviently located, the lounge has wonderful drinks, and the staff is very friendly. Not to mention the room was perfect and we all had enough room to get ready and see CHER!
Still needs improvements
This hotel has nice decor, but there are a few things they need to work on. They are missing some amenties that they say are supposed to be offered, and the room attendants did not do a good job in cleaning my room. The front desk could be a little bit more friendlier and they need to work on the speed of their check in process. Maybe if they fix these problems I will come back.
Hotel Montgomery - Stay HERE!
I just spent one fabulous night at the Hotel Montgomery in San Jose! This is a wonderful hotel! The hotel is sleek and trendy, yet well-priced. Check prices on their site directly, then check Expedia, etc. If you find a lower price, they'll match it! They have Aveda toiletries in the room, and fluffy bathrobes for you to use while you're there. They have an awesome CD/radio in the room, and you can check out CDs from the front desk. Parking was hard because we stayed there on a weeknight. Parking in certain lots is free from 6 pm-6 am. Some of the lots were full when we got there so we had to park about 3-4 blocks away. For more parking info, check out www.sanjoseca.gov. It is a great hotel and I look forward to staying in that sumputous room again!!
This Hotel is to DIE for...
Well let me tell you a liltle something about this GREAT new Hotel that just recently opened up. It was Build in the late 1900's and now restored and moved 186 feet from its original location. Classy with a HISTORY. Friendly attendants and great ppl. over all. I got to San Jose 7:00am in the morning, was very tired and right when i got there these 2 pleasent Host which i should mention Doyle and Sharon is absolutely incredible which you should guys ask for when your staying here and they even delivered me some ear plugs/tea and all these goodies. The room is marvelous, beds are comfy and The Paragon Restaurant is Excellent. Over all this place Rocks as in worth it. This is way better than the Hilton's or Fairemont next door. This one is one Unique Hotel. I definately recommend it
A Grand Little Place
I celebrated my 40th birthday at the Hotel Montgomery. What a jewel of a hotel! The decor is fresh and tastefully decorated with lucious comfortable beds. I took a chance on room service (in most hotels room service leaves a lot to be desired) and ended up having it all 3 nights of my stay! Excellent food from the Paragon Restaurant. Room sevice forgot my spoon one night for my dessert and after I called for another spoon, sent up a complimentary glass of wine. How often does that type of service happen anymore? I booked through Expedia, which listed continental breakfast and free parking with the room rate. When I arrived, the front desk told me that was a mistake, but suggested the lot down the street, which is free on weekends -- I thought no problem, but mentioned the mishap in my survey. The next day I received an email from the manager that my card would be credited for the one day of parking I had to pay. WOW!! The Hotel Montgomery is my kind of boutique hotel and I highly recommend it to anyone who enjoys a personal touch.
This Place Rocks
I've stayed at the Hotel Montgomery twice and both experiences were excellent. The second time I had a suite - I highly recommend the suite if you are there for business. Very spacious, lots of room to spread out and work and also quite appropriate for meeting with business contacts. The Paragon Restaurant is excellent - good food and excellent wine. I was surprised to find such good food in San Jose (okay, I'm a big city snob). This is the only place I would stay in San Jose.
Amazing jewel in downtown SanJo!
I LOVE HOTELS. I love them so much I've stayed at nearly every major lodge right in the town where I own a home. My stay at The Montgomery Hotel for a full weekend was a gift to my girlfriend. The bed was an amazing, puffy, sleep-inducing miracle. The room was modern, colorful and comfortable. The lobby and the atrium area outside were also tasty and delightful. The breakfast was filling, though it was the only ordinary experience in the whole joint. The in-room goodies are "conveniently" laid out in the open as if to tempt the weak-minded to reach out and munch: giant Snickers, huge Oreos etc. The worst thing -- the $18 per night parking -- was something I also solved. In San Jose all public parking is FREE. One block away was one such lot where I parked both nights for nada. I don't know what the deal is during the week, but it probably is cheaper than the hotel's parking. Anyway, great place all around.
We had a wonderful stay at this new and classy hotel. Rooms are all well appointed and very comfortable - and the windows open!
Dined in the Paragon Restaurant downstairs and it was good but not excellent. But it was nice to just dine at the hotel and then just have to go upstairs to our room.
Would definately recommend this hotel. They are part of a Boutique chain and we stayed at their other hotel in Mill VAlley. The Mill Valley Inn which was equally as nice.
All very attractive and all very new. The room, the lobby,
the bar/restaurant (at which you have continental
breakfast in the morning) - all are beautiful and very
comfortable, with contemporary furnishings and some
nice extras, such as free in-room internet. The bed
was one of the most comfortable I've ever been in - anywhere! Nice,
luxurious towels. Tiny workout facility but
each machine has its own flat-screen TV and headphones.
Very friendly, helpful staff (only interacted with front desk, car valet,
and bar lady who served breakfast).
Breakfast was basic but tasty and filling.
I had a nice rate ($89). Only minor drawback is, it's a little
difficult to find (on a one-way street). Plus, you have
to pay $15-18 for parking. But that's California - 35 million
people and 190 million cars! Can't wait to go back.
TripAdvisor Reviews Four Points by Sheraton San Jose Downtown
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