Motel 6 Irvine - Orange County Airport
Anyone visiting Santa Ana understandably wants to stay near the John Wayne Airport for its convenient location. That's just one of the reasons Motel 6 Irvine is a favorite among guests in the area. Although there are several motels near the airport, getting a room for cheap is difficult. Saving money and still enjoying the accommodations is even harder, but that's where this Motel 6 comes into play. Guests say it's a solid pick for the price. The rooms are fairly big, the beds are comfortable, and the property welcomes both families and pets, which is a bonus for anyone with four-legged creatures.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMotel 6 Irvine - Orange County Airport Santa Ana
Rather noisy because of the airport and the freeway, but our room was on the inside and it was OK as long as the door to the balcony is closed. Rooms are roomy, clean and the front desk is very friendly.
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