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The gentlemen at the reception were very professional, they were quick to get us settled in .Very friendly cleaning staff.The hotel is properly maintained. I would stay there again. They also offer coffee in the morning.
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We stayed here for two nights while visiting family in Camarillo. The room was simple, spacious and clean, with two double beds, which meant four of us stayed for a little over $100 total or the two nights. Staff were pleasant and efficient. The fan...More
One of the best rooms around ventura & the customer service is very professional.
Gabe was one of the coolest most down to earth employees that made checking in easy & fast..PLENTY OF FOOD CHOICES & MANY OF SHOPPING STORES.
Amazing room. Great value for a clean place to stay. Next door to Panera and outlets. Close to shopping and beach. It's very clean. Room is in good repair And close to the 101 freeway. Actually good food close by too. Close by downtown Ventura....More
US$68 - US$122 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#1 Best Value Hotel in Camarillo
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Very hard to say, due to the unpredictability of Los Angeles traffic. Fifty minutes without traffic if you drive 70-75; will be one hour forty five minutes with traffic, up to two hours. The best option is to stay a little... More
Very hard to say, due to the unpredictability of Los Angeles traffic. Fifty minutes without traffic if you drive 70-75; will be one hour forty five minutes with traffic, up to two hours. The best option is to stay a little closer; there is a Good Nite Inn in Calabasas, which will shave 30 to 40 minutes off of your drive yet still be out of the L.A. metro area. I've never stayed at that Good Nite Inn, but I hear it is comparable to Camarillo.
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"Pack lite as the rooms can be a tight-fit with extra luggage. No elevators that we saw, so 1st floor rooms..."