Compared to other hotels in area, La Quinta free breakfast and family friendly staff alow for you to get more bang for the $$$. Arthur at The front desk goes out of his way to make sure you and your family are not only enjoying your stay at the hotel, but have a fun event full day planned in the city. It's nice to receive that level of service from the hotel. The Hilton, Marriott's, and even extended stay, were double the price. I never thought I would say it but book this La Quinta.
Traveller from M
Located in the heart of Dublin, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Dublin Civic Center and Tommy T's Comedy House …More
We were pleasantly surprised by how nice the hotel is for an older place that has been remodeled. The location is great with it being just a few minutes walk to the BART and fairly close to many other towns and attractions by car. The maids did a wonderful job of cleaning our room each day, and the rest of the facility was well kept also. The breakfast room is very nice with a good selection of food items, and the staff is very friendly and helpful. My request for a room on the quieter side of the hotel was granted when I phoned ahead of our visit, and the gal even put us in a corner room to lessen foot traffic passing our room. We couldn't have been happier with the service!
Traveller from Elyria, Ohio
Situated in Pleasanton, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Tommy T's Comedy House and Dublin Civic Center. Hacienda …More
Generally a very good hotel in good clean decorative order, the room was clean and spacious and well equipped, the only minus point were the pillows which were a bit soft and flat but maybe that's just a personal preference, very good breakfast and plenty of parking.
Overall well average for the money and I would defiantly consider staying there again, handy for the Airport, BART and access to the freeway
Traveller from Maidstone, England
Situated in San Leandro, this golf hotel is 0.2 mi (0.4 km) from Monarch Bay Golf Club and within 6 mi (10 km) of …More
Dublin is a low-key town home to Camp Parks, a large US Army Reserve training facility. Known as the “Bay Area’s crossroads,” Dublin is a major transportation hub. Two interstates cross here, while Dublin and neighboring Pleasanton combine to form the last stop on the Bay Area Rapid Transit’s blue line. This rail system connects far-flung towns with Oakland and San Francisco.