Howard Johnson Inn, Fisherman's Wharf Santa Cruz

AAA Inspector Rating
130 W Cliff Dr
Santa Cruz, CA 95060- Map It
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AAA Inspector Notes
Property is just a short drive from the Boardwalk, the wharf and the downtown shopping area. Some rooms offer views of Fisherman's Wharf and the Pacific Ocean. Smoke free premises. 30 units, some efficiencies and kitchens. 2 stories (no elevator), exterior corridors.

Amenities & Services

WiFi
Swimming Pool
Pets Allowed
Fitness Center
ECO Friendly
Electric Charging
Accessible
Business Center
Type
Hotel
Location
2 blks from beach. 130 W Cliff Dr 95060.
Dining & Entertainment
nearby.
Business Services
Available on premises
Room Amenities
refrigerators, microwaves, coffeemakers, wireless Internet, safes.
Sports & Recreation
hot tub, trails.
Guest Services
coin laundry.
Terms
cancellation fee imposed.

Guest Ratings

OVERALL GUEST SCORE
Good
Based on Ratings from 372 guests
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8.8
Robert
Excellent
young couple
09-16-2016
Pros: The location is awesome.
Cons: The place needs a face lift. Everything is mismatched. There was an odor that with a little venting seemed to had been better.
9.2
Nicole
Wonderful
solo traveller
09-16-2016
Pros: Loved the location.
Cons: The tub needed to be replaced. It was dated and obviously had been repainted and the paint is peeling.
6.7
Cheri
Pleasant
mature couple
09-05-2016
Pros:
Cons: no towel rail and when I told the caretaker, he was clearly not interested.
7.5
John
Good
family with young children
09-04-2016
Pros:
Cons: The problem I had was they did NOT have the reservation created and confirmed through Booking.com website until the day prior to the stay. The room I reserved/booked was not available and they had to give me an alternative room that luckily worked using a couple of roll-away beds.
7.5
Sheryl
Good
family with young children
09-03-2016
Pros: Location is excellent. Hotel staff let us park in the lot even though we arrived way before check in time. Breakfast decent, but not great.
Cons: Our room was on the 1st floor, with the window overlooking a sidewalk and street. The bad thing was that the "solid" curtains were not made to shut all of the way. So, someone walking by could peer in. But they did have those sheer/gauzy shades that did shut all the way, but they are sorta see through still. And it doesn't block out the AM light. I did a make shift fix, as I happened to have a binder clip with me, so I stretched the solid curtains together and attached them with the binder clip.
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