Nice hotel with cozy decor. Breakfast was excellent. Room was nice and clean but mattress was lopsided (worn more on one side than the other) and probably should be replaced. Still slept okay. Good for a one night stay.
I have zero complaints about the hotel. It was clean, comfortable, location was central for my needs, breakfast was great, really good value.
I wish Cal Trans had updated information though, I had a tough time with GPS in the area due to work on the 91.
The remote control for the TV had a small delay, no menu to see what was on. bed and pillows were comfortable, clean, breakfast was better than regular continental, medium roast coffee was good, bathroom was clean and water was hot, did not have to wait until it warmed up.
Booked the room for my adult daughter and kids to stay in while visiting my parents locally. Hotel staff a check in were superb - Manager (I think) gave one of the walkie-talkies to my 8yr old grandson and asked him to ask the person on the other end to "bring donuts" which she did! We all laughed and kids got a donut. Room was clean and breakfast was good. Hotel faces I-15 and although insulated well, I would ask for a room that faces the back to alleviate constant freeway noise (we did, my daughter said it made a huge difference). Will absolutely stay there again!!
Traveller from Arizona
This hotel is a half-mile from Corona Golf Center, within 2 miles of Laser Family Fun Center, and 18.5 miles from the Ontario …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.