"Nice hotel, has everything you need, free parking"
We had a good 2-night stay here and the hotel had everything you would expect. It is across the street from a fire station and we heard a couple of sirens distantly but the noise did not disturb us or wake us up. The bed was on the firm side but we slept comfortably.
Traveller from Phoenix
Located in the heart of Laguna Hills, this motel is within a 15-minute walk of Laguna Hills Mall, Saddleback Memorial Medical …More
The only bad part about this place was that I turned my alarm off cause the bed was just way to comfy. Very quite and they had a great breakfast too. If you play Pokeman Go you'll love it here. There was a gym and fill up station right in my room, LoL.
This European-inspired hotel is 3 miles from Wild Rivers Waterpark, 4 miles from the Irvine Spectrum Center and Verizon …More
It was nice and quiet good for some time off but wish to have pool or spa to complete my satisfactions. The stuff are very helpful and pleasant. It's very close to where I want to go like Laguna beach Huntington Beach and with out traffic from the hotel. Close to some fast food and convenient store. This is my 2nd time and I will be back again next time.
Traveller from san francisco
Situated in Lake Forest, this aparthotel is within a 10-minute walk of Etnies Skate Park of Lake Forest and Saddleback Valley …More
We only needed a place to stay overnight, so the hotel worked out great. Nice, clean rooms, speedy check in/out. There is not much to do at the hotel itself and not much around in the area. We got back to the hotel late at night so getting a meal/snack or room service was not an option since the kitchen was already closed. We had a free breakfast included, so that was a huge plus.
Traveller from San Diego
Situated in the mountains, this spa hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Saddleback Church, Saddleback Valley Volleyball Club, and …More
Pocket Guide: Orange County Mission Viejo - South Orange County Hotels
About halfway between Los Angeles and San Diego, Mission Viejo's dramatic landscape--it sits in the Saddleback Mountain Valley-- was sparsely settled until the 1960s, when it became one of the largest (and most successful) planned communities in America. Mainly residential, Mission Viejo retains its heritage with many Spanish mission-style homes.