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Discussion: Recommendations for lodging in Hemet

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June 18, 2014
CanOcorn
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Recommendations for lodging in Hemet
Need some feedback on where to stay or not to stay. Saw the host hotel list but wondering which is there is a difference between them. Good or bad.
Thanks in advance
June 18, 2014
Duke
Men's 60
709 posts
I have actually not stayed at any of these Hotels in Hemet. From what I have heard is that the Hampton Inn is the nicest of the one's in that area. As for the Travelodge and Quality Inn, I have no idea. Several guys have stayed at the Best Western in Hemet and like that one. If you are looking for clean and cheap, there are 2 motel 6's in the area. The one in Hemet is in the same parking lot as Marie Calendar's and what the guys say is an excellent Mexican restaurant. The other motel 6 is located in Sun City, which is a freeway exit from the Menifee fields and an easy 9-10 mile drive to the fields in Hemet. The Sun City motel 6 used to be a Super 8 that was remodeled, so it not too bad. I believe both of these motel 6's have refridgerators. If you want something nicer for the lady you are bringing, you might consider staying in Temecula. Many nice hotels there and great places to eat. Temecula is about 15 to 20 minutes to the Menifee fields and about 25 to 30 minutes to the Hemet fields. Hope that helps!

Andy Smith,
R & R Strokers
June 18, 2014
stattad
Men's 65
168 posts
I have stayed at the Quality Inn in Hemet probably four times now. I like it because it has bigger TVs than the Hampton Inn and they have DirecTV. I would definitely take it over the Hampton Inn because the latter doesn't give you any bang for your buck. Smaller TVs and fewer channels. Like Andy said, the Motel 6 on McCall Blvd. has mini-fridges, a restaurant around the corner and a Wendy's next door. That is where I'm staying this time.
June 19, 2014
Marv19
Men's 60
435 posts
My Son-in-Law works at the Red Robin on Florida on Saturdays and Sundays. He's a Teacher with two little ones and this is his second Job. His name is Josh. Great (Irish) waiter and bartender and could use a good tip :O) Oh! and good food there as well.
June 20, 2014
CanOcorn
12 posts
Thanks guys. Very helpful info. Looks like we are trying to stay at Quality Inn unless they are booked. Then Hampton.
Thanks again !!
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