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Overall, our stay was just confusing. The front desk was nice and we had no problem there. We requested a room on the third floor, but we didn't know it was a handicap room. We have no one in a wheelchair, and we weren't informed...More
Thank Nicole J
Response from IHGService, Guest Relations Manager at Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites - MarinaResponded 17 August 2017
Hello Nicole J,
Thank you for writing a review about your recent stay with us. It’s nice to know that you regarded our front desk staff to be nice and found our rooms to be spacious. On the other hand, I apologize for the inconvenience...More
We stayed in an UPGRADED room, the TV console/dresser was missing that should have been in front of the King size bed, our TV was placed off to the side on a small desk side bureau. Awkward! Otherwise this was very clean facility, with "ok"...More
Response from IHGService, Guest Relations Manager at Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites - MarinaResponded 30 July 2017
I appreciate your comments for the Holiday Inn Express Marina - State Beach Area, CA. Thanks for choosing our hotel chain. It's good to know that you found the room to your liking apart from the missing furnishing. I'm sorry for any inconvenience....More
The staff at the Holiday Inn Express took care of all our needs cheerfully. All of the staff were very friendly.
Accommodations were quite comfortable and the room was cared for each day.
We will look forward to visiting again.
Not trying to discourage a stay here, the breakfast and staff are great. Just as I would expect from a Holiday Inn Express, but the quality and space of the rooms are that of a lesser quality hotel.
I think this hotel was converted from...More
We loved staying here it was great because the staff were so nice and the price was good as well! The only down side was that the room smelled a bit funky but not too bad. The hotel was really close to the beach and...More
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