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Candlewood Suites SAN DIEGO in San Diego, CA

Candlewood Suites SAN DIEGO in San Diego, CA

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Company Info:

Rating: 3.83

Address: 1335 Hotel Cir S, San Diego, CA, 92108
  • Mon: 6:00 am - 5:30 am
  • Tue: 6:00 am - 5:30 am
  • Wed: 6:00 am - 5:30 am
  • Thu: 6:00 am - 5:30 am
  • Fri: 6:00 am - 5:30 am
  • Sat: 6:00 am - 5:30 am
  • Sun: 6:00 am - 5:30 am

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Comments (6):

1. Amy I.
My family and I stayed here near Christmas time due to our condo selling and the house we were buying fell through.  It was wonderful.  The room price includes the use of the laundry room - no quarters needed!  The staff was very friendly and we loved having a little living room separate from the kitchen area and bedroom.  When the DVR player wouldn't work, they came and exchanged it.  I highly recommend staying here even if just for one night.  Price is very reasonable.

12/01/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
2. Arthur D.
We do a lot of traveling and are always looking for places to stay that offer good rooms at reasonable prices. This is a definite keeper. The very large room with full kitchen, separated sleeping, and living area is a great find for the price especially in San Diego. I didn't even mention two flat screen tv's.  This space would be great for a family.
As for the location you are just down the hill from the Hillcrest neighborhood which has more restaurants than you could eat at if you stayed a month. Our faves are Hash House, Snooze, Baja Betty's( mixed  gay and straight clientele ), Bread and Cie.
As for no breakfast you can get better pastries at the bakeries in Hillcrest  than at any complimentary breakfast I have ever had while traveling. A hint is to try the farmers market  on Sunday mornings in Hillcrest for great fruit, breads and pastries for a spectacular breakfast back in your room.
You are close to all the major sites in San Diego here on Hotel Circle. This is not the Hilton, but great value.

08/07/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
3. Michelle N.
I stayed here recently for 3 nights for a conference at the San Diego Convention Center and I was pretty darn happy with my stay. I didn't want to stay in any downtown hotel because of course, the prices are generally higher for less complimentary amenities and the parking fees are simply obnoxious. $16-$25 parking per night? No thank you! I rather pay for $15 parking at the Convention Center only. The only downside to that is if you want to leave and come back, you have to pay another $15, but that's entirely another story. Anyway, this hotel had more reasonable prices than downtown hotels, came with more complimentary amenities and free parking, and had an incredibly easy commute (15 minutes) to the Convention Center being literally right next to the freeway. Living in SoCal, an easy and convenient commute is like a blessing!

The hotel is intended for extended stay because every room comes with a supplied kitchen and they only do weekly cleaning. If you need anything more like towels, ask the front desk. I booked a two queen bedroom and the room was the most spacious hotel room I've stayed in for that price range. Spacious work area, free movie library, cable TV, DVD player, laundry, free wifi, and BBQ grills outside are just some of the amenities included. I really enjoyed my room. It felt cozy and we had a relatively nice view overlooking the highway. The beds were surprisingly very comfortable and I liked how they had the sink outside so even if there's someone in the bathroom, you can use the sink. The bathroom was spacious too. The hotel is located up a hill and behind another inn, so it's actually not right on the main street. I felt safe walking around in the parking lot at night. The hotel is located on a street of just hotels anyway, so it wasn't a shady area in the first place. Sometimes I could hear the plumbing from my neighbors or people talking outside my room (my room was right next to the elevators), but it didn't bother me much. Refrigerator can be noisy too, but again, didn't bother me much.

Another great thing about this hotel is that it's close to a lot of attractions and shopping. The hotel will supply the list of attractions for you and there's actually a lot of shopping just 10 minutes east on the freeway. There's a Westfield plaza there, restaurants, and grocery stores! I was able to get some groceries from Trader Joe's there to stock up my kitchen a bit.

I never stayed in an extended stay hotel before, but I'm glad to say I had a pleasant experience with this hotel. I would probably try to look for extended stay hotels in the future if I'm ever traveling because the prices and amenities are such a good deal. The only thing I'd probably wish this particular hotel provided is complimentary breakfast, but other than that, I wouldn't mind staying here again.

01/07/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
4. Peggy H.
Concave mattresses with obvious signs of significant use. Noisy refrigerators. Blue collar workers smoking in the walkway of front entrance. Reception desk with one worker helping a telephone caller before walk in guests. Absolutely no nearby restaurants within walking distance worth visiting. Yuck! I suspect this hotel may be "ok" for families traveling to nearby tourist attractions looking for a "deal", but I don't recommend this hotel for business travellers.

10/02/13 | Link | Rating: 2.0
5. Richard C.
This hotel is just beginning to show its age but not enough to be a concern.  We chose the two bedroom suite and I was surprised it had two full bathrooms as well.  The cupboard could use a wider selection and regular milk.  With that one exception, everything else meet my expectations and I would return for a future stay.

28/03/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
6. Arthur C.
In all reality, the hotel "IS" starting to show its age.  Hence, I give it a 4-star rating.  However, the manager and staff are very nice and helpful.  The first room we got had a terrible musty smell coming from the AC unit, so we went back to the desk to ask if they could clean the filter.  The gal at the desk; Tammy, was very sweet and gave us a new room.  The new room was much better, so we decided to stay in the new room; all was fine at that point.  Later that night we noticed the DirecTV in the room was having signal "Drop-Outs", so we went down in the morning and told Tammy.  She called DirecTV, and when we returned later that day; lo and behold the TV was great and it turned out the TV technicians had gone through the entire hotel and replaced some cables, etc. to fix everyone's picture on TV.  This is what customer service is all about.  So yes; the hotel is starting to show it's age a bit, but the beds are good, linens were all clean, and the location is very convenient to the zoo, Balboa Park, etc.  I would stay here again for sure.  Tammy was very nice and helpful, and so were all the other folks there.  That means much more to me than a 4 dollar bottle of water in the room or some of the other bull crap the fancy hotels do to get your business.  Give me good ol' fashioned customer service, and I'll stay every time!!!!

15/02/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0