Good Nite Inn - Redwood City
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
TravelPod Member ReviewsGood Nite Inn - Redwood City
They charge $4.95 a day for the internet. I didn't notice this when I booked the hotel. I found out when I checked in.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Good Nite Inn - Redwood City
Travel Blogs from Redwood City
... friendly and kind and helpful; I can’t sing their praises enough. They messaged us to see how we were and if we needed anything before they went out for a hike! They came down and gave us the rundown on the public transport system as it is incredibly confusing if you’re not a native. We decided to just take it easy today and take our time getting to the bay and figuring the city out. I made scrambled eggs, bacon and toast using our hotplate ...
... beginning of the Embarcadero area so we could get home. Although in San Francisco for New Years, 3 tired children, nearing the end of our month away and the predicted winds combined with about 5 degrees, meant we chose to head back to the apartment for cheese, champagne, multiple Uno games and the New York Times Square celebrations on TV (although Maddy was kind enough to attempt a recreation for ...
We got up in the darkness at 4.00am, having to drive to Buffalo Airport, return the hire car and catch our flight to San Francisco by 7.00am. We were very lucky we got up that early because even though the roads were deserted, several on ramps were closed due to roadworks, wreaking havoc with our GPS! After quite a few frustrating moments we eventually made our way to the airport, dropped off ...
... a day was necessary. We planned a good walk around Sausalito and started off with a stop at the recommended Philz cafe. Unfortunately Emma spilt a full cup of hot chocolate in a shop, so we decided a quick getaway from the town was necessary.
The Golden Gate Bridge (named after the suburb it crosses), we had never realised, is actually an Art Deco construction. In the flesh it is quite obvious and makes it ...
... tour of the park so we joined in. It was really informative about how this area was a fort for the Spanish, Americans and then army barracks. One of the first things we noticed was all the gum trees and NZ Christmas bush in the park. After the guided tour which was done on a mini bus we walked to the Golden Gate Bridge about 3 klm. Then back to the Inn for Happy Hour and out to dinner. All in all it has been a pleasant ...