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After reading mixed reviews online, I was a bit nervous, but once we pulled into the property we knew it would be a great place. We had just left a 5 star property in Vegas, and I can tell you that the service here at...More
We stayed for 2 nights at the Pacific Shores Inn. Our room was quite large, with a dining table, small microwave and small fridge. The bathroom had recently been remodeled and was very clean and nice. This hotel is located about a block from the...More
This was a great value. The room was newly decorated, the beach was a short walk away, there were many restaurants to choose from within a few blocks walk, and the pool was heated. Our room had a closet that contained the refrigerator and microwave...More
We have stayed this hotel multiple times and it has always been great. The staff is friendly and helpful. The room is always clean and comfortable. This was our first stay since they renovated it and its a huge improvement.
The key to this hotel...More
I am from New Jersey a nice little beach town. I run and own two hotels so I always have kind of high standards when staying in hotels. We booked this the night we left San Francisco so we got in late. The staff was...More
US$142 - US$338 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#26 On the Beach Hotel in San Diego
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Hi, we are looking at staying here. We requested a renovated room like the one you got (room 24?) I was wondering how that room was labeled online? Was it a "Standard" queen, "Grand" queen, or "Premium"? Thank you
8 June 2015|
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Response from jimsilver | Property representative |
The best way to ensure this is to book the Premium room type, then just give us a call to ensure the room type will be for a newer room. The good news is that every room will be renovated later this year.
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"Rooms with fridge and stove are awesome, and a bit roomier"