Hotel San Carlos - Downtown Convention Center liegt im Herzen von Phoenix, wenige Gehminuten von Orpheum Theater und Patriots Square Park entfernt. Dieses Hotel im historischen Stil liegt nahe: Herberger Theater Center und Orpheum Theatre.
Fühlen Sie sich in einem der 129 klimatisierten Zimmer wie zu Hause. Ein WLAN-Internetzugang (kostenlos) ist ebenso verfügbar wie Kabelempfang. Es gibt eigene Badezimmer, die über kostenlose Toilettenartikel und Haartrockner verfügen. Zur Austattung gehören Telefone ebenso wie Schreibtische und Wasserkocher für Tee und Kaffee.
Freizeit, Wellness, Premium-Annehmlichkeiten
Nutzen Sie das große Angebot an Freizeiteinrichtungen, wie zum Beispiel: Außenpool und Fitnessbereich (rund um die Uhr geöffnet). Zu den Highlights gehören auch: WLAN-Internetzugang (kostenlos), Concierge-Service und Souvenirladen/Kiosk.
Freuen Sie sich auf schmackhafte Mahlzeiten im Hotel San Carlos - Downtown Convention Center, denn das Haus besitzt ein Restaurant.
Business, weitere Annehmlichkeiten
Zum Angebot für Geschäftsreisende gehören kostenlose Zeitungen in der Lobby, Textilreinigungsservice und eine rund um die Uhr besetzte Rezeption. Wenn Sie eine Veranstaltung in Phoenix planen, ist dieses Hotel eine gute Wahl, denn zu den 1300 Quadratfuß (121 Quadratmeter) großen Veranstaltungsräumlichkeiten zählen Konferenzräume und Tagungsräume. Vor Ort gibt es Folgendes: Parken ohne Service (kostenpflichtig).
Not a high end hotel but very quaint. Staff were very nice and the place was very clean. I will be returning!
great location, friendly staff
The pool deck was gorgeous and the staff was nice. The location was okay but still a little sketchy.
You can hear everything. Every sneeze or soft whisper from other rooms. The windows let every street noise in.
The staff was very friendly and pleasant.
The rooms were old and small. Yes, old building, charm, history, cool, but in the heart of downtown Phoenix in this modern age, you can update your buildings to keep the old charm and still allow for the enjoyment of modern conveniences. A hotel is a customer service oriented business and the building itself is crucial to the customers experience. Our room was very small but ok, could be livable with the right amenities. Very few outlets so tough to charge up computers and phones. None in the Bathroom! None! So I had to blow my hair dry in the other room. The bathroom had a huge sink but zero counter space. So what was the counter put my toothpaste, make up, hairbrushes and such on while i got ready? A toilet seat. Yup. No counter in the bathroom. It had the charm of an old place with the type of tile but so much of the tile was chipped and the paint peeling away from the walls it just felt old and dirty and run down. The drain in the shower didn't work well and I was standing in several inches of water while I showered. No room to room AC so you were at the mercy of how cool the people at the hotel wanted to keep the place. In AZ its 100+ all the time. I bet our room at night was 77 degrees or more. We were sweating and it made sleeping tough. We probably will opt for a more modern place just for the AC and clean feel next time and be willing to pay a higher price for it.
The room was clean, but the electrical was scary. Best was hard and saggy in the middle. I amenities in lobby. Not historic just old and neglected.
The Hotel San Carlos is a fascinating gem out of the 1920s. Great for the history buff, someone willing to try something unique for a lifetime memory. The staff was considerate, always helpful, and very friendly. I had no complaints. Would stay there again. (Plus, the bath towels have to be the largest ever made...the size of beach towels!)
Thankful there were lots of close restaurants. The Vietnamese restaurant was outstanding. Realize that costs and parameters limit what can be done for historic landmarks, but carpeting needs updating, wall art (movie star pictures, etc.) could be updated. And...would be great to receive a handout of all the special floor 'tourist points' or history. Ended up going floor to floor to read everything and see everything.
The history of the hotel was pretty cool.
The room was very small in comparison to newer hotels.
Location would be great for business travel. Great historical hotel with interesting Hollywood history. Very family friendly roof top pool & sun deck.
Downtown Phoenix doesn't have much to offer for family fun. The bar directly below the hotel is rather loud until the wee hours.
I didn't die.
I don't normally write reviews but this place forced me to write this. The water is the shower actually burned me! The temperature changes so rapidly and without warning whenever another Hotel guest flushes the toilet. Seriously. I will never stay here again. Hope ya'll have a great day!
The location and the beds are comfortable.
I last stayed at the San Carlos about seven years ago. My how things change. I remember the hotel having character, being older and all, but now that has slipped from "character" to "run down." Everything looked slightly dingey. The walls are much thinner than I remember so everything was audible. The second floor is now the Luke Air Force Base floor, which is fine, but it looks like the decorations belong in a third-grade classroom on Luke base housing. For the amount of money that we paid there should be more amenities. Instead it looks like they are going for minimum service with maximum profit. The hotel needs a serious overhaul.
The hotel was convenient to my meeting venue, was reasonably priced and provided all the basic services I needed. The staff was helpful.
Only 2 concerns: 1) Kayak, the agency I booked through should have included the "historic", $5/day" charge in their quote for the room; and 2) the bathroom was very small - which was not a problem for me but would have been a problem for a large person.
Location relative to the Convention Center
Poor value for the costs.
The location couldn't have been better for downtown. The staff was very friendly and helpful. I had a very nice stay.
The bed was a little hard.