Ratings based on 786 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.9 Room cleanliness
3.8 Service & staff
3.3 Room comfort
3.3 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from San Diego
A pleasant surprise!Posted Jul 31, 2015
Pros: My favorite things about this hotel were the staff and the wifi.
Cons: Room was very clean but had a perception of being dated based on colors and furniture options. I also would like to be able to control my own ac.
Location: Great location - easy walk to the Convention Center as well as LOTS of great restaurants in downtown.
I was doing work this week with the Phoenix Convention Center and wanted to stay at the Hyatt but it wasn't available to stayed here. My first impression was mixed as the rooms are small and you can't control your own ac. However, I had a great stay and wouldn't mind going back if needed without hesitation. The staff and the wifi were the best! The staff was great - very friendly and always took the time to say "welcome back" when I came back to the hotel. The wifi was easy to connect to and never had any issues using it. Room was very clean.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Nashville, TN
Great Histotical HotelPosted Jul 29, 2015
Had a great night at the Hotel San Carlos! I wish I had time to go floor by floor and read the stories on the walls about the great history of this place. Great location! Excellent service!!!! Awsome pool! Being an older hotel, the bathroom was a little small. But that just added to the charm!
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Convenient downtown locationPosted Jul 20, 2015
Quaint. On the historic register. Has touches of the old hotel. Good price for what you get. Fantastic location for any downtown activity.
for Studentsby A verified traveler from Juncos, PR
Historical hotel at Downtown PhoenixPosted Jun 24, 2015
Pros: Location and historical value. Stars walkway.
Location: Located at downtown near the convention centers and the Sports facilities
The San Carlos is an historical work of art of early 20th century full of memorabilia. If you are willing to exchange some confort for the chance of been in a hunted hotel, this is for you. If you are traveling with family, forget it! The rooms are disined with 1928 style and space in mind, so they are little and the bathrooms are "complicated" to deal with (almost like airplane bathrooms). On the other hand, its location is perfect for convention travellers. It's in the middle of downtown and you can use the City Light Train to travel the city without rentiong a car.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Phoenix, AZ
Beautiful, historic hotel.Posted May 31, 2015
The property is full of wonderful history, and you can walk to many downtown Phoenix attractions. Light rail runs right outside, so lots of other fun is within a reasonable distance. Staff is personable and accommodating. Paper thin walls, though.
for Couplesby Chelsea
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for Everyoneby A verified traveler from B
Nice locationPosted May 25, 2015
Not the most comfortable accomodations but...,The Hotel San Carlos is walking distance to the Diamond Back's Chase Field and US Airways arena. The hotel does not have a bar or restraunt but there are plenty of choices near by. We were in town to see U2 and caught a Diamondback Cubs game the night before the show.
for Business Travelersby Josep Miquel from Buffalo
Perfect location, just a tad oldPosted May 20, 2015 on Hotels
The hotel is conveniently located right in Phoenix Downtown area. The hotel is very old, but it is well kept, clean, and all the staff are very friendly and servicial.
for Business Travelersby Keshav from Charlotte
Good location. Poor Hotel.Posted May 19, 2015 on Hotels
The best thing going for this hotel was location. 2 min from the metro; 2 blocks from convention center. The hotel is old with a poor amenities. The worst was the bathroom. It was smaller than the smallest closet I used as a student in downtown Boston! Sitting in the WC, my knee was touching the opposite wall! Trying to get under the shower (that was 2 feet x 2 feet) gave me a crick in my neck that took 4 days to get better. If you opened the door to watch TV, it would block the corridor to the bed... You get my point. If you are claustrophobic, avoid this place. If you love living in a box, it's the perfect place to be.
for Business Travelersby A verified traveler
Good for 1928 lifestyle in a 2020 surroundingPosted May 16, 2015 on Hotels
Hotel is an heritage set up . And the rooms are set as somebody love this kind of atmosphere .there is no coffeemaker in the room!doblebed room is crowded.