Right off the freeway. Room was beautiful. Loved the second sink with the toilet/shower. Wifi was great. Lots of noise being right next to the parking lot. Traveled with my dog. Was not told when checked in the areas she could and could not go. There is one small spot of AstroTurf for dogs. No places to go for walks. Beautiful grass area near pool that was only accessible when the pool was open.
Spacious room with 2 comfortable queens and 2 sinks, balcony with table and chairs, and a good size refrigerator. We wished we had a microwave but really enjoyed our stay here. The front desk people were helpful and accommodating. Our room was midlevel and quiet. If it weren't for COVID, we would have enjoyed the hot tub. I would return here especially for the Avenue of the Giants proximity. This is beautiful country here!
This place is very unsafe and dirty. your vehicle most likely will be broken in to. drug deals going on until 3:00 am people fitting in the parking lot. hair in the bed sheets, very old smelling no microwave. had to sleep in my truck to keep the crack heads from breaking into it
The hotel options in Garberville are limited. This was the best option though, for a "Plus" hotel I kinda expected more but was satisfied overall. I would recommend you stay here if visiting the redwoods. The doors are outside as opposed to expected inside corridors. You will hear your neighbors. The actual rate was different than the online rate and the rate change for the weekend, which is higher, wasn't communicated so I was a little surprised. Dining options in Garberville in particular are limited. But as I said, if visiting the redwoods, stay here. I probably will when I return.
I just completed an extensive road trip and this was the worst experience along the trip. Given that it was also one of the most expensive ($220/night with tax), I feel obligated to write a review. The front desk was not especially friendly, saying maybe 3 words to me the entire check-in time and not really answering questions. Some strange characters on the property as well - I saw at least two clear transients use the ice machine and head back into the streets. I've spent many years in San Francisco and don't get put off by anything like this, though I can imagine it's not particularly pleasant for a family. That's especially so if you get stuck on the 1st floor - it feels like walking around a prison block. Additionally, there was no microwave in the room. In fairness, the hotel never told me that the rooms had microwaves. However, after having since stayed in 8 comparable motels (including 3 BWs) over two weeks with EACH ONE of them having microwaves, I think its fair to say that I wasn't wrong to assume that a microwave should be a basic feature like a TV or fridge. This became a problem because the town of Garberville has perhaps two restaurants, none of which are open past ~8pm. No fast foods, nothing besides gas station food marts. I had planned for this and picked up food on the way in Ukiah. Given the absence of food options within 20+ miles of the place, I would think that the hotel would plan for this, since eating a cold dinner just isn't fun. Aside from that, the room itself was cleaned fine, shower/fridge/TV all worked as expected. If you are just looking for a place to stay for a night on a trip (where you are coming in late and leaving early), this place will suffice. Just plan accordingly - would probably make sense to eat dinner on the road. As others have mentioned, aside from the proximity to the Redwoods, Garberville is not a particularly pleasant place, with very few people on the streets aside from transients.…