The girl at the front desk when we checked in acted as if she was annoyed we were there. When I asked for a restroom for my 3 year old daughter, without looking up said, "yeah, one second." I told her we didn't have a second, unless she wanted to clean pee off the floor. She rolled her eyes and said the restroom was outside around the corner. In our room, one of the beds was pushed all the way up to the balcony door, making you have to move the bed to walk outside. Which ended up being fine since the balcony could only fit one person at a time. There were two TV's, one in the bedroom and one in the living room, but the bedroom TV was broken. During the night, the power went off and our room became a sauna. When I called the front desk to ask what happened, the man who answered with "Thank you for calling Best Western" told me he was a customer and I had somehow called his room so he couldn't help me. When I went down to the front desk, that same man was standing behind the counter in a Best Western uniform. When I asked him why he lied on the phone, he said he technically didn't lie since he does stay there from time to time, but yes, he also works there. In the morning at breakfast, we were asked for breakfast tickets, however, none of the African American breakfast goers were asked for theirs. The breakfast consisted of a fake egg and fake sausage with some stale bagels and a make your own waffle station. The girl who helped me during check out was very nice and sweet.
nice and quieted ,a lot of room to park and security. very nice welcome from all people. at this place.
I really recommend to my friends, relatives and any person who wants to have a good experience at hotels.
The food. Oh my GOD . continental breakfast delicious .
Traveller from phoenix,AZ
We are located at the junction of I-215 and SR-60 nestled against the San Gorgonio Mountains. Strategically located in the …More
The second-largest city in Riverside County, Moreno Valley came into being because of rising real estate prices in Los Angeles and Orange counties in the 1980s. It remains a bedroom community for residents commuting to work in those counties.