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All reviews waffles stayed here magic mountain six flags pull out couch jack in the box would stay here again free breakfast choice hotels shower water smoking area hot breakfast good size within walking distance weekend trip easy access vending machine
I had a wonderful stay. Front desk was nice, quick, and helpful. Everything was clean. This seemed a popular spot of families and out of towners. I didn't stay long so it did not bother me as much...BUT, our bathtub was clogged. The water got...More
This Comfort Suites was par the course for the chain. Good, not great. Average continental breakfast. Comfortable beds. Pleasant staff. Easy access off the interstate. Check-in was smooth.
Overall, a good stay but nothing great or poor about it. Average as far as Comfort Suites...More
Stayed there over the weekend with my family and a visit to Magic Mountain. Staff was nice, facility clean, and breakfast was good too. Room was spacious with everything we needed including a fridge. Lots of places to eat around the hotel as well. No...More
The location is great! Near a lot of restaurants, all walking distance.
This place is especially convenient if you're going to Six Flags Magic Mountain.
Room was clean and bed was comfortable. Internet worked great.
Hotel is a few miles from Six Flags Magic Mountain. There is no shuttle, but Uber and Lyft are affordable. The continental breakfast in the morning was great, but beware the room is small. The beds were extremely comfortable and the bathrooms had great water...More
It's 3.5 miles from the hotel to the park. About 10 minutes without traffic. However you don't wan't to try to walk it, it's way uphill and downhill on The Old Road. Hopefully you have a rental car if you fly into LA. You... More
It's 3.5 miles from the hotel to the park. About 10 minutes without traffic. However you don't wan't to try to walk it, it's way uphill and downhill on The Old Road. Hopefully you have a rental car if you fly into LA. You really need your own car to get around Southern California because the public transportation is either terrible or simply non-existent (coming from an LA native). Good luck and have fun at Magic Mountain.