Travelodge San Luis Obispo Downtown
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Firstly, we are writing this in the evening, and after 2 months, Noah and I have finally had a night out on the razz. Therefore, we will not be held accountable for anything said henceforth. Okey-dokey?
Right, the morning. It begins with Mum waking us up with coffee but in a fluster that she had over filled them so had to drink from each …
... certainly get excited over here about the strangest things. We continued the drive all the way to pebble beach- a first class golf resort with beautiful surroundings and a grand hotel. We were encouraged to take a look inside so we wandered in. Hilfra made a dash for the toilets. I think this is a woman thing to leave their mark. Our next stop was to follow the end of the 17 mile drive to Carmel by the Sea. A place I had been looking forward too since I planned this trip. Carmel is ...
After leaving Monterey early we drove along the Big Sur Coast, absolutely beautiful coastline and sky blue sea. We stopped at Julia Pffeifer Burns State Park and hiked to the McWay Falls. Incredible views of California's only coastline waterfall and a beautiful beach whilst eating lunch. We saw elephant seals during malting season all congregating on a beach. Amazing to see but they do really ...
... it in a boring minivan. After our 9 hour drive from Port Reyes, we arrived at our hotel for the night. For anyone looking for this thrill, this road is Mountain View Road and it leads from Manchester to Ukiah (Rt 253) – but consider yourself warned.
The next morning, we headed to a campsite inside the Redwood Forest National Park on the beach, called the Gold Bluff. We heard that this campsite was considered a hidden gem ...
... with a passion. He gave us vouchers for 2 free drinks each at the hotel between 5pm – 7pm and a voucher for $10 off a meal at the steak house over the way from the hotel. The room is great and again we have free wifi – woo hoo!!
The town has a great feel to it. After a quick coffee in the room, we went down to make use of our free drink before hitting the shops. Steve had a beer and I had a ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
I stayed at this hotel on August 27 2011 in room 37 and was bitten over 100 times by bedbugs. When I informed the hotel manager (Tony?), he informed me that they did not have bedbugs and that I had probably left the window open and was bitten by a mosquito or something. However, I have the photos to prove it. Bites from my toes, all over my feet, up my legs and back, on my arms and hands.
After promising an immediate refund, nothing arrived on my credit card bill apart from the original charge. When I called to complain and demand my promised refund, the manager said it had been done and that it was my credit cards fault. That call ended with him telling me to 'go sc**w myself'!
Such customer service! Avoid this hotel like the plague that it is.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.