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Over the years the Cardinal has been cleaned up and modernized, but never lost its charm. The rooms are spotless, the staff friendly and helpful, and the location cannot be matched. If you choose a room without a bath the public showers and bathrooms are...More
Excellent place to be in Palo Alto, with a great location, near from restaurants and Train station.
The hotel has the warmth of a home, it's quaint and ideal to young travelers.
The rooms are spacious and comfortables
Palo Alto is hip, modern, gleaming (and pricey). The Cardinal is a bit of a relic. The service was good, the essentials worked well, the location is great. But the place overall is a bit worn. The elevator is a bit of a museum piece...More
Right in the heart of Palo Alto. Could not be better located. As simple as that. Hotel as quirky things like old phone booths and original features in the lobby from the 1920s. But in the rooms it's moser and luxurious. Beds and pillows are...More
Stayed 2 nights at this hotel whilst visiting friends and family who live in Palo Alto. The hotel is in the best location right in the heart of Palo Alto. We booked a room with private facilities which was excellent. Room 307, corner room, airy,...More
US$134 - US$374 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#1 Best Value Hotel in Palo Alto
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There is an elevator right by the registration desk. However, I do not recall rooms on the first floor. Also, you will want to call to check for an accessible entrance. I am remembering stairs at the two entrances.
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"rooms that face the inner courtyard were quiet at night"