My husband and I spent 2 weeks here for work related trip. We were pleased with our stay. The staff was friendly and the room was clean. The bed was really comfortable. The breakfast was a nice bonus! my only complaint was that I wish...เพิ่มเติม
This hotel is the best we've stayed in! It's clean, inexpensive , easy to get to & the staff was very pleasant, both the night & day front desk clerks were SO nice! We took our dog & there was no problem. We had just...เพิ่มเติม
I needed to stay in El Centro for two nights. The #1 through #3 TripAdvisor rated hotels were all around $160 per night. This was $80 per night. Seemed like a good choice, and it was. The staff was really friendly and the free breakfast...เพิ่มเติม
Excellent customer service ! Took really good care of me when I needed something they took care of it right away. Lourdes , Yessenia , and Lyssa always had a smile on there face. My Co worker lost his phone in parking lot and somebody...เพิ่มเติม
The amenities were adequate for our stay, but the main reason I'm writing is in praise of Lyssa's excellent customer service. She was friendly and helpful and just had the best demeanor. She is the type of employee that can make or break a visit...เพิ่มเติม
How do I change my booking from 2 rooms both single Kings to: 1 single King room and 1 double bed room?
19 มิถุนายน 2015|
คำตอบจาก Lyssa S|
You just need to call, and they will be happy to make the changes if the rooms are available.
Do you still have the pentogram with candles at the entrance of your lobby??? This is why I didn't go in and inquire about any rooms.
8 พฤศจิกายน 2014|
คำตอบจาก Krishna M | ตัวแทนสถานที่ให้บริการ |
No, it was just there for one evening only . It is called Rangoli in our culture and we decorate it to make the entrance more welcoming . This we do once a year and it is called Deewali. We are from Nepal and in our culture... เพิ่มเติม
No, it was just there for one evening only . It is called Rangoli in our culture and we decorate it to make the entrance more welcoming . This we do once a year and it is called Deewali. We are from Nepal and in our culture on this day we decorate entrance and put lots of lights at the entrance and outside to welcome the the goddess Laxmi and she is the goddess of wealth. I am sorry it went in different way for you . In our culture , any guest or visitor coming to our place to stay or visit we consider them as an incarnation of God therefore we always respect them and do our best to make them happy. So sorry , next time we will think about it. If you like you can look it up in google about Nepal and the cultre. I am the only family in the whole Imperial valley and trying to introduce some of our culture and tradition to the community and also to our guest.