Hampton Inn & Suites Salinas

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The following services and amenities are available, but with **reduced service**: Business Center, Breakfast.The following services and amenities are currently **not available**: Fitness Center, Pool, Spa.Stay at our friendly Hampton Inn & Suites Salinas hotel and enjoy comfortable guest rooms with ...

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The following services and amenities are available, but with **reduced service**: Business Center, Breakfast.The following services and amenities are currently **not available**: Fitness Center, Pool, Spa.Stay at our friendly Hampton Inn & Suites Salinas hotel and enjoy comfortable guest rooms with great amenities. Stay in touch with free WiFi access, get to work at the desk with ergonomic desk chair or watch HD channels on the flat-screen TV. For added convenience every room features a refrigerator and microwave, perfect for storing cold drinks or preparing a quick snack, day or night. Upgrad...

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Check-in starts at: 15:00

Check-out ends at: 11:00

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Friendly staff and great service

Reviewed 16 january, 2022

The front staff was very friendly. Made some accommodations for us and gave us recommendations to great near by shops and locations to visit. Overall stay was clean and comfortable. I would definitely stay here again if visiting.


We Try Harder

Reviewed 1 january, 2022

Had car trouble on New Years Eve. Checked in and was delighted by front desk personal Michelle and Nadia. All smiles. John the night auditor too plenty of smiles. This is rare for a night auditor as they usually choose their job not having to deal with people. The upgrade in a/c and heating controls seem to have a few bugs still in them. TV screen was too small for the spacious room. Bathroom is nice and large too. Rug, really nice and thick carpeting makes it a dream to walk on. Though entranceway was not and naturally the bathroom too there was no coldness to ones barefoot touch. Kids rule. Perfect for the family as the breakfast included had everything one could wish for. Granola, when was the last time you enjoyed this at a hotel breakfast. Naturally the fruit loop container emptied fast. Orange juice was not, it dispensed cold water. Apples and oranges were supermarket size. Line at waffle maker. Hotel was sold out the previous three nights. There are none to match the quality here. One thing the bathroom could use would be rainforest shower heads. Hot water in about 2 minutes, as it is winter time. Lighting in the lobby and breakfast area supurb. Rooms were quiet, no outside street noise. Noise absent from adjoining rooms too. 3 not 2 large bath towels and accompanying smaller ones are nice. Clean hallways and rooms. Quick telephone response. One can see their smiles. .Pantry is well stocked and the dining area pleasantly decorated. Accompanying photos may be sideways as Trip Advisor has not corrected their bugs in the system. Elevator is quick, quicker than most of a three story abode. Entrance has two double doors and driveway is quite convenient Starbucks is at the corner. Quick trip to the Steinbeck Center. Secret, Cannery Row use to be called Ocean View until the publication of John Steinbeck's "Cannery Row". John was born in Salinas. Only until the early 1960's did the population of the Salinas Valley outnumber that of the Monterey Peninsula. John would not recognize it now. My grandfather S.F.B. Morse (Google) knew him well. John wrote his novels in Pacific Grove, a town grandad owned. Before he became famous for "The Grapes of Wrath," he wrote a column for a San Francisco newspaper entitled, "Migrant Gypsies.". Salinas would not be Salinas if it were not for agriculture. All the lettuce America eats comes from Salinas. Easy freeway 101 access, connecting to the Monterey exit. Salinas is the county capital too. Hotel is safe no car break ins at night. Microwave and large personal refrigerator are handy especially if you have kids. Train stops here. For those who enjoy the Coast Starliner from Los Angeles to San Francisco the hotel is 5 Uber minutes away. Not much to do in Salinas at night, so relax here. Gordon the general manager and Larissa the guest service manager will do everything to assure that your stay is a pleasant one. Once you stay, except for car trouble you will undoubtably stay again to rest up after driving on 101. The Hampton sign can be seen from the freeway, but not the noise!!!


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Reviewed 4 december, 2021

This is a nice property. That being said I would not recommend it Unless you have a vehicle that is small enough to fit in the secure underground parking. My truck had a window broken out and numerous items stolen while parked in the back lot under a bright llight. It appears that this is an ongoing problem due homeless camps



Reviewed 26 november, 2021

Do not recommend staying here. I normally do not leave reviews however, this was a terrible stay. Such a uncomfortable stay, the rooms are extremely dirty and outdated it’s bad, the furniture throughout is decaying.


Beware! No security here!

Reviewed 4 october, 2021

We stayed at this hotel from Sept 9-12. Our car window was broken into on the first night. Unfortunately, the front desk attendant was new and did not know how to handle it. She offered to call the non-emergency 911 and when no one arrived, I went back to the front desk for an update and she said she wasn't allowed to call the police! So I called the non-emergency number myself, waited again, and then got a call back from the dispatcher saying that the police were not coming because the hotel does not have any security cameras and we should file a report online. In addition, no one was able to help us clean up all the window glass on the ground. Even though there is a sign at the entrance telling people to park in the garage because of break-ins, it is too small to accommodate everyone and seems to be mainly for staff. The guest service manager gave us a discount on our rooms but we were never contacted by the general manager. I am not sure I there is going to be a follow up, but as a Hilton Diamond member, I would have expected more.