I was recently staying at the Hilton Garden Inn in Folsom, California. I had a wonderful experience with this hotel and want to share it. Even that I was only staying for one night, I felt very welcome. The front desk people and staff were super friendly at check-in and during my stay.
The hotel is located right of Folsom Blvd and there are a lot of shops and dining options around the hotel. you even can walk there.
My room was very spacious and very clean. Even the bathroom was clean and well equipped. The hotel offers complimentary Wi-Fi Access for everybody via AT&T services. It’s for free for everybody, you don’t have to be an AT&T customer.
The lobby is beautifully decorated and it invites you to come down and hang out. It’s also where you get your breakfast and dinner. Breakfast is not complimentary and you will get charged 11,95$ for the breakfast. But it’s really worth it. The waitress takes your order for your hot food like eggs, omelets, pancakes, and brings it right to your table. You can create your omelets and eggs how you want them. They have a lot of options and ingredients available. Besides the food of the “grill”, they also offer the usual continental breakfast items like cereals, toast, and so on.
There is also a gym available which you can use with your guest room card. Also, there is an outdoor pool and a jacuzzi. Also, the patio is kept very clean as well as the water in the pool. I can highly recommend that hotel. It doesn’t matter if you here for a business trip or leisure. You definitely get a lot for your bucks and they have one of the lowest rates available in the area in comparison with the offered service and amenities.
Website: Hilton Garden Inn Folsom
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