THIS PROPERTY IS NICE AND COMFORTABLE AND CENTRALLY LOCATED TO RESTAURANTS, AND GREAT SHOPPING, AND ALSO VERY NEAR THE INTERSTATE. THERE IS AMPLE PARKIING WHICH IS WELL LIGHTED AT NIGHT AND THERE IS A BREAKFAST AVAILABLE EVERY MORNING.
HOWEVER, PLEASE NOTE: IF YOU HAVE MOBILITY PROBLEMS, BE CERTAIN TO REQUEST A ROOM ON THE FIRST FLOOR BECAUSE THERE IS NO ELEVATOR TO THE SECOND FLOOR. THE ROOMS ARE LARGE AND COMFORTABLE, AND WIFI IS FREE.
REMEMBER THIS IS A TWO STAR PROPERTY SO IT DOESN'T HAVE THE AMENITITES OF A HIGHER STAR AND MORE RITZY PROPERTY, BUT EVEN SO, THE GROUNDS ARE NICE, THERE IS A POOL AND JACUZZI AND THE FIRST FLOOR ROOMS DO HAVE PATIOS THAT OPEN INTO A VERY NICE CENTRAL COURT YARD.
Traveller from SAN FRANCISCO
Located in the heart of Thousand Oaks, this motel is within 2 mi (3 km) of The Oaks, Conejo Valley Botanic Garden, and …More
Read some reviews that said rooms were not clean, etc. However, guess it was a busy weekend and, at the last minute, I couldn't find a vacancy anywhere unless I wanted to pay more than $300 per night so I took a chance.
The room was clean, bed was comfortable, air worked well, as did TV, and there was a refrigerator and microwave.
There were a few "issues", not deal breakers, though that I thought were a bit strange. First think I noticed as I stood in the room with some hang-up clothes, is that there was no place to hang them up. There was a dresser for clothes but no wardrobe or pole anywhere in the room to hang clothes. Not even a hook on the back of the main door or bathroom door. So I hung the clothes on the shower curtain rod and while showering, on the door knob of the entrance door.
Second, towels were set on top of the toilet tank as there was not a towel rack in the bath room.
Shower was very good size which was nice but no soap tray to set shampoo and soap on. Ended up placing a washcloth on the floor of the shower and putting soap and shampoo on it.
Each time I turned on the sink faucet the water smelled a bit like rotten eggs until it ran for 45 seconds or so. This was not a problem in the shower however. Then, if the temp was turned to far towards the hot side there was a clunk in the faucet and the water shut off. Don;t know if this was a defect in the faucet or a safety factor to prevent being burned.
These were not deal breakers, I didn't even mention them.
Traveller from Los Angeles
Located in Newbury Park, this motel is 3 mi (4.9 km) from The Oaks and within 6 mi (10 km) of Camarillo Springs Golf Course …More
Stayed in the 2 bedroom suite with a small dog for several weeks while home repairs were happening.. The suite was clean, spacious and quiet. Loved the dog/pool area. Breakfast was simple and easy to grab & go. Great location. We loved it, the dog loved it, what more can I say!
Traveller from Camarillo
Situated in Thousand Oaks, this aparthotel is 2.2 mi (3.5 km) from The Oaks and 2.9 mi (4.7 km) from Conejo Valley Botanic …More
A suburban community just off Highway 101, Thousand Oaks is approximately 42 miles (68 km) northwest of Los Angeles. The city is known for being one of the safest places to live in the US. California Lutheran University is here, and the Pacific Ocean is within 17 miles (11 km).