I was attending an event that was in Downtown San Jose. This was the closest to Downtown that was still within my budget. Conviently located right off the 880, in Freemont, next to the Tesla building, and a few restaurants, plus a gas station. There were no pools, hot tubs, or any kind of ammenditites, other than free coffee in the lounge, but I've never been big on ambiguity. Overall my experience was satisfying and you'll get the best out of your dollar with this hotel!
Traveller from San Diego
Situated in the suburbs, this Inn is in the same area as Olive Hyde Art Gallery, Great Mall of the Bay Area, and Mission San …More
Compared to most Hampton Inn's, this location feels a step down. Beds were not the standard Hampton Inn beds of comfort and delight... Overall condition of the room was again, not up to Hampton Inn standards. Unfortunately, Fremont's choices of where to stay in general are bad, but this is still a better choice for the area. There are zero restaurants around, so be prepared to travel when you eat, Very glad when this trip was over!
Traveller from San Diego, CA
Situated in the suburbs, this hotel is 2.1 mi (3.3 km) from Sharks Ice Fremont and 3 mi (4.8 km) from Pacific Commons …More
"Fair hotel close to food and convenience stores."
I stay here for work every weekend. It's a nice enough hotel for working purposes however it's not luxurious by any means. Pros include free wifi and a power outlet next to the bed that isn't taken up by a clock and beds that have always been fresh and without hair. Cons include poor shower heads and drainage, finicky water pressure, and temperamental AC units. Overall I am satisfied and will keep coming back.
Traveller from CA
Situated in Fremont, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Northwestern Polytechnic University, Sharks Ice Fremont, and Mission …More
Bay Area Rapid Transit rail connects San Francisco and Oakland with Fremont, once a filming location for Charlie Chaplin comedies. This sun-kissed city’s attractions include its 450-acre Central Park; the 1-million-square-foot Pacific Commons shops; and the collector’s haven of Niles Main Street District. The Kite Runner novel is set in Fremont, home to America’s largest Afghan population.