Motel 6 San Diego Hotel Circle
This Motel 6 gets mixed reviews from recent guests, but gets high overall marks for what is generally considered a standard one-star hotel. Travelers familiar with Motel 6 will find the same amenities they're used to in other locations, including free morning coffee, cable television, and simple rooms. The accommodations here have hard floors rather than carpet, earning praise from one visitor.
The cheap rooms here are favored by young visitors, and are therefore often noisy, depending on who else is staying nearby at the time. The hotel's convenient location in Mission Valley puts it less than five miles from popular attractions like Mission Bay Beach, the San Diego Sports Arena, and the San Diego Zoo. Satisfied guests praise the outdoor pool. Though unheated, the climate makes it a comfortable swim even in fall.
The snack machines on site are reportedly pricey, and WiFi access is only available for a fee. However, guests who are able to avoid using these particular amenities can enjoy an affordable stay in the San Diego area with this chain. Travelers on the lookout for low-cost motels with clean rooms and basic amenities will likely feel happy and satisfied that they've gotten what they paid for with these accommodations.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMotel 6 San Diego Hotel Circle
Apestosón el lugar, pero es de lo más económico, pues durante la convención todos los establecimientos inflan sus precios, en ocasiones a más del doble.
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