It was a good place. The hotel was painted with pastel colors. I only stayed one evening. I just needed a place to crash at, and then be on my merry way. It was quiet as I slept through the night, waking up only once thinking since I am sensitive to noise. I didn't really see much of a continental breakfast the next morning, but that's because I woke up late. Check out was easy. Just turn in your room card.
Traveller from Los Angeles
Situated in Hayward, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Alex Giualini Plaza Park and Hayward City Hall. Hayward Japanese …More
This hotel's two-bed room is very big, clean. It has microwave and refrigerator. The beds are large and comfortable. The location is good, and there are resturants nearby. Very convenient location. The staff is very friendly. We like the hotel.
Traveller from Yukon, OK
Situated in Hayward, this motel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Hayward Japanese Gardens, Alex Giualini Plaza Park, and Hayward City …More
Stayed here 5 days, maid service never vacuumed even before I got there, never removed a bar of soap left previously in the shower for the whole 5 days, didn't encounter any bed bugs, but had to kill two roaches, didn't trust the door that at one time lead into the adjacent room so i secured it with a ratcheting cargo bar as a chair was too short for the door.
Traveller from CA
Situated near the airport, this motel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Kennedy Park, Hayward City Hall, and Southland Mall. Alex …More
Often called the “heart of the bay,” Hayward sits in the middle of the Bay Area with easy access to the major cities of Oakland, San Francisco, and San Jose. California State University-East Bay draws more than 10,000 students to the city each year. In downtown, historic buildings like the Hayward Museum and Meek Estate commingle with an increasing number of contemporary ones like City Hall.