One elevator in the detached building was kind-of a pain, especially when you have lots of luggage with no luggage-cart and your room is on the second floor at the opposite end. So you either walk all your language from one end of the building to the other while using the elevator or you lug all your stuff up and down stairs on the opposite end of the building closets to your room. I must say the first imprecision was not great. When we arrived around 9pm on a Friday there was no one at the front desk to check us in and we walked around looking for help with no help to be found. So we stood at the front desk and after about 5 minutes someone final came out to help us. The lady was all but friendly; she almost seemed put off by the fact that we interrupted what ever it was she was doing in the office behind the check-in counter. Let me just say after driving all day and into the night we were tired and then to be greeted with attitude after roaming the place looking for someone to check us in did not go over well, however the rest of the staff we encountered were friendly and very helpful.
Traveller from SoCal
Situated near the airport, this hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of Visalia Adventure Park, Visalia Country Club, and Rawhide …More
I usually expect econo anything to be a little outdated, & stained things everywhere. The bathroom was clean, floor was decent, but I noticed a stained pillow case.
It was awesome that they had a fridge & microwave in the room. The weirdest part about our stay was when we were walking back to our room, a staff member stopped us & asked where we were going, as if we were trespassing. We told her we were staying there over the weekend, & she said okay but continued to watch us with an eerie look.
Traveller from San Francisco, CA
Located in the heart of Visalia, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Rawhide Ballpark, Visalia Country Club, and Visalia …More
This central California city with a population of 122,000 is in the heart of the agricultural San Joaquin Valley and is the most productive single agricultural area in the US. Sometimes called the “Gateway to the Sequoias,” Visalia is within miles of the Sierra Nevadas and the closest major city to Sequoia National Park.