Ratings based on 327 Verified Reviews

2.5 out of 5
34% of guests recommend
2.8 Room cleanliness
2.8 Service & staff
2.6 Room comfort
2.1 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
1 out of 5
by A verified traveler

Worst night / stay ever

Posted Jul 27, 2017
The key was left outside in an envelope, get into the room request a queen and a sofa bed got a queen and a chair how do you expect 3 adults to sleep on a queen. The place was dirty toilet didn't flush and had a leak, the windows were broken, the place was dirty, had to park on the street. When we went to check out mind you check out time was 11am we waited and waited rang the bell was about to leave only I knew we needed to pay, a man comes out my husband asked him do you work here and he just keeped saying what do you need, husband asked again so you work here he was either high or on something I felt very uncomfortable giving him the room key and my credit card. The street is so noisy and the train passes thru often keeped me up all night.
2 out of 5
by A verified traveler

Avoid by any means

Posted Jun 23, 2017
Staying in this hotel was the worst experience of hotel stay in my life. According to the manager on site, they are demolishing the hotel in a few months and so they do not care about anything as far as the hotel/room conditions are concerned. The rooms are extremely dirty to the extent that I could see mold in the shower area. The sink was clogged and I had to wait for 5 min for the water to drain. Dirty sheets and floors. The rooms are by the main street and are extremely noisy. I would avoid this inn by all means.
2 out of 5
by A verified traveler from Escondido, CA

Not horrible, not great

Posted May 17, 2017
Old. Not necessarily a bad thing, could be considered retro if the place was kept better. The door to this repurposed apartment looks like it had been repaired (not well) from a SWAT operation. Some of the windows do not lock. Between the door and the windows, security was a concern. The staff was pleasant, but came into my room twice while I was there, trying to nap, without announcing themselves. The room was quite clean. The window to my room was on the alley and I could hear every truck and car that drove by as if the windows were not there. For most of the day, an upholstery cleaning truck was outside my window, extremely noisy and lasted for hours. I got very little sleep. As this was a business trip, it made for a very miserable day at work. At checkout, I could not summon anyone to the "front desk". This is less of a hotel and more of a short term rental type experience. I could have been okay with it if it were just a dated room. Unfortunately it just was not comfortable.
3 out of 5
by paris

Posted May 10, 2017 on Hotels
1 out of 5
by A verified traveler from Stockton, CA

Poor excuse for a hotel

Posted Nov 23, 2016
Pros: Location to the medical center, but otherwise no good thing
Cons: bulldoze and rebuild
Location: No time. Near Stanford University, shopping and medical center.
Arrived at night. No true office to check into, but owner/manager wandering about. Given key to room. Facility is a converted set of efficiency apartments probably built in the 40"s. No major upgrades. Door closed, but no security lock. All windows leaked and were "sealed" with screws so that would not open. Despite this the cold air could easily enter. Our room backed up to a very busy street that we could hear all night. Heater was a portable wheeled device plugged into the wall, that also held the plugs for the TV, DVD player, light, "air filter" or portable A/C. Bathroom was very old, faucets leaked with major water stains confirming leaks were very old. Bed was pretty, but mattress very old in that we sank into it.. No extra blankets in room. This was one of our very worse nights.
1 out of 5
by A verified traveler from US

Stanford Inn is TERRIBLE

Posted Nov 19, 2016
Pros: That I didn't catch a venereal disease from the sheets.
Cons: They should knock this building down and replace it with anything else. The photographs are shots of details of how decrepit my room (#2) was.
Location: Run away from this hotel as fast as possible.
This hotel advertises Stanford Medical Center in its name. IT HAS NOTHING TO DO with the Stanford Medical Center. It's a dirty tiny poorly kept place that suckers you in with a fancy name and asks a fancy price. I am going to alert the Stanford Medical Center to this false advertising. Expedia should remove this trickery from its website. Read the Yelp reviews. I wish I had before I made the reservation. Several comment that their sheets were not washed. My room was on the first floor just a sidewalk away from El Camino Real. Loud traffic noise all night long.
1 out of 5
by A verified traveler from US

This place is sooo bad. Had a fire 1 yeR ago Board

Posted Nov 2, 2016
Pros: Nothing
Cons: Already pointed out
Location: Great location near the Oasis restruant
Roomed smelled. Paiaded did not stay. They had a fire a year ago. That room is still boarded up. No staff, dirty, grounds etc
3 out of 5
for Everyone
by A verified traveler from Philadelphia

Cheap hotel in a good location

Posted Oct 31, 2016
Pros: I liked that this was an inexpensive hotel near Stanford. 20 minute walk to campus. Room was large and comfortable
Cons: The building was in very bad condition. Fortunately, I needed neither AC nor heat during my stay. I don't think either would have worked
Location: Easy access to Stanfod
I never saw any hotel staff person during my stay. There was no lobby just a service window which was never attended. When I arrived I found an envelope with my name on it and a key inside and I left the key in the room when I left. I did speak with someone on the phone and they were not able to clearly answer the question of if my stay had been pre-paid through Expedia, or if I needed to pay them on site. Turns out that after I returned home, I called them back to inform them that they had NOT been paid and I provided credit card info over the phone. I thought it odd that I had to make extra effort to tell them how to collect their fee
2 out of 5
by A verified traveler from US

Posted Oct 24, 2016
Check in was organized. But never saw an employee. Reservation was for two, but only given one set of flimsy towels. Tv didn't work. Bed filled the very small room. Had to fix coffee on the floor because the cord to the coffee maker wouldn't reach a wall socket. Shower so small, we bumped our heads. Think it was clean - though it made you creep a bit. Very old and outdated. Wooden floor, no rug. Parking was inadequate. It was well located.
2 out of 5
by A verified traveler

2 Star hotel in a convenient location

Posted Oct 24, 2016 on Hotels
Came to a football game at Stanford from Colorado. Hotel was convenient to be able to walk to downtown & the football stadium - about 1 mile straight up the street. That's it for the plusses. The floors were wood and hadn't been cleaned in a really long time - dirty, sticky & pretty gross. Turned our white socks black in short order. Only 5 onsite parking spaces, but that didn't turn out to be an issue.