by Lissa Poirot
Formerly Hotel Valley Park, the Row Hotel is newly redesigned and renovated. Providing 55 rooms with free Wi-Fi, mini-refrigerators, flat-screen TVs and microwaves, it offers king bed with sofa bed studio suites and rooms with two queen beds. Rooms feature a modern dÃ©cor with rustic reclaimed wood on a focal wall, crisp white linens, and ambient lighting in vaulted ceilings. Rollaway beds and cribs are available. Guests enjoy a free breakfast daily in the hotel’s lounge, and parking is available at no cost. A fitness center with hot tub is also located on the budget-friendly property.
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This was a three day business trip to attend conference at San Jose McEnery Convention Center.
Plenty of room in the garage, when we arrived and two staff at reception for check in.
Supplied with a sheet on where to eat and advised on personal security, if walking in a certain direction.
The Centre was a short Uber ride, about 10 minutes max.
Room was clean and linen clean, some traffic noise, but no issues.
If you want business accommodation, I'd suggest the Row.
by Josep G
Nice clean spacious rooms, fair breakfast and nice people. 10 minutes away from San Jose downtown by bus. The hotel is kind of placed in the middle of nowhere. If you need to buy something best place to go for food is the Falafel drive in or the Gas station shop, both across the street. Two stars rating is because the hotel it is not safe : Someone broke into my room while I was away the day before checking out, stole a travel wallet with my money, a backup mobile and passport and went away with it. I noticed the wallet was missing the next day and came back from the WWDC 19 event I was attending to find the wallet. The Manager quickly tried to help but despite his efforts, he could not find who broke in (security cam footage did not record the entrance to my room, which was placed in the middle of a long, open hallway) let alone find the travel wallet. Once I gave up finding the travel wallet I had to go leave San Jose quickly and go to my embassy in San Francisco to get a safe conduit so I could fly back home next day as my passport was also lost, so the story in The Row ended here for me. If they had had proper security measures against external and possibly internal break ins that would have never happened or at least they would have been able to find who broke in while I was away. Once I was back home in Europe any further attempts to follow up by email on this issue were ignored by their staff.