I reserved their basic advertised "suite" which turned out to be just a motel room with a small fridge and microwave. The bathroom could be seen from the front door and window. Wi-fi was not working and their staff could not get it running. To get a real suite I had to upgrade to the "real hotel" in the building next door for a significant rate increase per night. The suite in this building was excellent. Very clean, all the amenities and quiet. They served a great breakfast and the guy who ran the dining room was just an amazingly polite and helpful person. He did the whole thing by himself even though the room was packed every morning. They also served dinners which were average but adequate and appreciated. Overall, I enjoyed my stay and would stay again, but stay away from their base level "suite" unless you just want a motel room. I am disappointed in Expedia since they advertised this room option without adequate pictures on the website to see what you are getting for the price.
I booked 2 room (King Studio) as we were attending family event locally. Check-in staff was very courteous/friendly and placed us in identlical rooms directly across the hall from each other (this was helpful since we split up kids for sleeping. Loved that room had kitchenette and full size coffee pot. Bed was comfy. Grandkids loved indoor pool. Basketball court available with balls, however we did not have a chance to use. Hotel is a little confusing to get to as you cannot turn left off Magnolia onto Monticeito (flip u-turn at El Camino & right turn into driveway at Chevron station). Hotel was pretty quiet with respect to freeway noise, (although our room did not face freeway). Breakfast was good but only 1 Waffle maker so that created a wait unless u are down there before 8 a.m. I booked this over the Holiday Inn Express mostly due to the indoor pool. I would stay here again with no hesitation.
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Residence Inn by Marriott, Corona is conveniently located in the heart of beautiful Riverside County, and a short distance …More
Corona, in Riverside County, was founded during southern California’s citrus boom in the late 1800s. Nowadays, it is known as being the gateway to the Inland Empire. Prior to the 1980s, Corona was known for its agriculture, i.e. citrus orchards, ranches, and dairy farms. But with sky-high real estate prices in Los Angeles and Orange counties, Corona soon became a major suburb of L.A.