Quality Suites San Luis Obispo
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I just recently visited San Luis Obispo, and stayed at the Quality Suites. I enjoyed the atmosphere and the friendly staff. The cooked breakfast in the morning was perfect and saved alot of time.It is so much easier to get everyone fed at one place, instead of searching around. The evening drinks are great to wind down with, before heading back to your suite. I was thoroughly impressed with the quality of my stay at this hotel.I will be back next time I visit California.
Excellent value and service!
I travel extensively for business and simple things make a hotel stay good. This hotel has all the basics - it is clean and well laid out, the rooms/furnishings are in excellent condition, rooms are quiet and the service is as I expect at 4 star hotels.
The appreciated extras: Complimentary high speed wireless access, hot breakfast (nicely presented), refrigerator and microwave in each room, newspaper at your door each morning, 24 hour sundry shop, a video library.
Most importantly is the staff - everyone seems very happy to be here and clearly values each guest.
It is an incredible value. I have stayed at 5 other hotels in this area and while the others were all priced higher - you get more for your money here than at any of them. Quality Suites is significantly better than the aged all-suite property that offers a full breakfast and grumpy staff.
Nice hotel overall
Overall, we had a nice visit. The suite arrangement is great for families, allowing for flexible TV viewing for parents and kids. Suite also offers nice roominess. Facility seemed new, but furnishings style was not to our taste. The beds were a bit uncomfortable--perhaps time to replace or upgrade. No noise problems on a second floor unit facing interior.
The cooked to order breakfast was a little mixed. While there was a very wide selection, some of the items were rather lacking in freshness. The choices of cooked items were nice, but one cook was definitely more friendly and helpful than the other. It was a great value.
Perfect for Families
Just got back from a stay at the Quality Suites of SLO. For our family of four, we got a two-room suite and it was perfect. Immaculately clean, big, a TV in each room so kids could watch Disney while we caught up on the news.
Kids slept in queen sleeper in one room while we were in a king in the bedroom. They loved having their own room!
Room had small fridge and VCR, too.
Breakfast was quite good and free - made-to-order eggs, bacon, waffles, cereal, yogurts, toast and bagels, etc. Much better than most hotel breakfasts.
Location is great. Just off 101 and just a few blocks from Mission Plaza and the fun of downtown.
I'd recommend this hotel to all of our friends.
Great Hotel and price!
My family and I stayed at the Quality Suites for a family emergency. The staff was very friendly and the rooms were super clean and big. It is great how they give a complimentry buffet breakfast for each night you stay. It is a great hotel for a great price.
Beautiful hotel and grounds
we stayed here for 1 night on our way to la. all the rooms are suites so you have a lounge and bedroom which i must say both rooms are huge. we had a suite in the quiet courtyard which was beautiful and peaceful. the pool was great with a hot tub too. free internet access in the lobby and managers special from 1700-1900 in the bar where all beers,wines,soft drinks are free! free breakfast in the morning which included made to order eggs however you want,cereals,bagels,toast,fruit everything really. overall this hotel had great facilities that basically cover everything(you can even rent a movie for your in room vhs player) great value for money and a lovely place to stay.
Great hotel in SLO
We arrived in SLO en route from LA to San Francisco in August 2004. Did not have any accommodation booked in advance and so had a look round a few of the motels/suites just off I-101. We decided on the Quality Suites on the basis of appearance, price ($135 on a Sat night), location and a good size pool.
We booked a 2 double bed room which was an excellent size - lots of room for 2 adults and 2 kids - aged 15 and 11. It was more like a suite as there was a lounge area with 2 tvs, a corner sofa suite, dining table, microwave and fridge. Local restaurants deliver to the rooms direct. The pool was a good size with hot and cold spa tubs.
We thought the price was good for the room (compared to other places in the same area) but it also included a fully cooked american breakfast. Eggs, bacon, pancakes etc all cooked to order as well as muffins and bagels and a full range of cereals and juices. If you think the other places in the area offer the same - think again. This place is a worth a few extra dollars.
If we are ever in SLO again, we would stay here.
Best hotel in SLO
With a business in San Luis Obispo, we travel there frequently. We've stayed at several local hotels, and highly recommend Quality Suites. The rooms are spacious -- we always reserve a two-room suite. Best of all is their fabulous cook-to-order breakfast buffet each morning. They also host a happy hour each evening, and they have a terrific barbeque each evening. Everyone we send there loves this place. It's especially nice if you are travelling with children. And it's conveniently located near downtown.
Loved the Quality Suites
I was really impressed with the room. It was nice and clean. You know the saying "you can't judge a book by its cover". That is the case with this hotel. They offered a full hot breakfast in a separate spacious room. I will definitely go there again in the future.
Home away from home
When moving to the central coast of CA a couple of years ago, my family and I stayed at the Quality Suites. Due to some complications with our move, our 2 week stay became a 4 week stay! The staff was more than accomadating. The chefs mad wonderful dishes in the breakfast room and treated us like family. Housekeeping not only kept our room spotless, but also cleaned the room each day before lunch so I could bring our toddlers back for their nap. The hotel did everything they could to make us feel at home during a tome when we were between home.
I met many a traveler during our stay who refuse to stay anywhere else!
I now count myself among them.
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