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Located in Ventura (Montalvo), Victoria Motel is within a 10-minute drive of Ventura Harbor and Channel Islands National Park. This motel is 9.9 mi (16 km) from Camarillo Premium Outlets and 5.6 mi (9 km) from Ventura Pier. Make use of convenient amenities, which include complimentary wireless Internet access and a television in a common area. Free self parking is available onsite. Make yourself at home in one of the 36 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators and microwaves. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainm...More details
Check-out ends at: 11:00
Once in the room it is okay at best.
Reviewed 26 july, 2021
We paid $216 for a Saturday night. When pulling into the motel, we noticed people outside washing cars and hanging out. There was trash all over the parking lot and walkways. This place obviously rents out most room to weekly or monthly tenants. At one point it looked like a homeless person exited one of the rooms. I'm guessing they have a few rooms prepared for desperate travelers like us that need a place to stay for the night. Check in was okay. Once in the room, we were hit with a strong musty odor. It did eventually go away. The room had been renovated with a flat screen TV and the bathroom had new tile and finishes. However, there was gang graffiti on the inside of the bathroom door. The linins were clean and we did not suffer and bites of any kind. The bathtub did not have a plug to have a bath. Stuffed a hand towel in the drain. The AC did work nice and we had hot water to shower and bath. Shortly after checking in I went out to get food to bring back to the room. They area is very scary after dark. Got amazing Hawaiian food about 1/2 a mile away, Many patrons looked like gang members. Gang clothing, face and neck tattoos, etc. If you have no other choice, this place will allow you to get some sleep without sleeping in your car. Bring food or eat before you check in so you don't have to leave. I will not ever stay there again.
Reviewed 5 december, 2019
This hotel is disgusting, there is no better way of phrasing it. Upon check in we were told we booked a smoking room (which we did not) and for a higher price we gladly could receive a non-smoking room. When viewing the room it was clear this was a hoax, because this room did not smell like a smoking room at all, it smelled like it was just fumigated recently. The walls had holes, mold all over the windows. One could not really tell when it had been cleaned for the last time (dirt everywhere, walls, door frames, the bathtub was so disgusting we did not even dare use it). Light fixtures without light bulbs. And to make things even worst, we saw prostitution transactions going on the night we stayed there. Never again. Don't waste your money on this establishment.
Reviewed 24 march, 2019
We have stayed there many times but this time the room we got was disgusting....carpet was torn up the shower had mold around it the bathroom door was dirty with fingerprints no cups for water only 1 washcloth and the guy next door was up slamming the door all night....that will be the last time we stay there
Only if you need to sleep
Reviewed 30 december, 2018
Mthe place is dated and not that appealing. I would only recommend this place if you need a place to sleep for the night if you are driving a long distance and all the other places are sold out. They also use regular keys and not the key cards like most hotels and motels use.
Victoria Motel I'll give this an Average Because of Kindness of Operators.
Reviewed 10 november, 2018
This motel is somewhat aged, looks like it was built 1950's or 60's ish. It looks it too. There is a dilapidated restaurant on the opposite end from the office which is closed and looks to be disused and rotting away. Beggars can't be choosers, to tell you the truth I was evacuated from the Newbury Park, Thousand Oaks and Oak Park all in one night and happened on this, the only motel with an available room 20 miles away from the various fires on 11/8/2018. Plusses: Friendly staff on check-in and check-out. Available in the middle of an emergency. Had a flat screen TV. Had a fridge and stove. Had a kitchen and bathroom sink, working toilet, and a bed. Bed was clean, linens were clean, not sure about the comforter which seemed to have a certain smell to it so I put it aside on the bedside table. Not sure if the AC/Heat worked, so I turned it off. Bed was comfortable. Price was very affordable. Friendly staff. Minuses: This is basically a roadside trucker motel. Room had many patches, it was dated, etc. Its not a luxury hotel by any stretch. Tenant profile was mostly truckers and laborers, which is fine. I don't care and I'm not picky as long as there's no violence, drugs or hookers there we're good. Carpet was questionable whether it was clean, but I was wearing socks so I didn't worry about it. I got a smoking room at the end of the motel that had a kitchenette. Okay so a little bit more, it was room 113 to be precise. So let me move on. There was a hole in the metal door, not sure what was shot into it but it didn't bore to the outside. The room was a bit disorganized, with a small fridge that was rusted on the outside, along with a rusty stove and sink which was clumsily organized. The bathroom had an open window with no screen and there were dead bugs in the tub which may have been clean, not sure. There was some kind of splatter on the ceiling in the bathroom, not sure what it was. It trailed up from the towel rack to the corner and up above the sink. Location was somewhat hard to find probably because Hwy 101 has probably been moved and its ramp expanded obscuring the motel from the highway. Conclusion: All in all its really a 1.5 to 2, but the people running it were friendly and they were nice so everything worked out for the best anyway. If you want better you will spend a lot more but in an emergency there was nothing left and so it was a hidden "gem".