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Entertainment - Craig Ferguson Noise in room Slow time to check in. Staff wasn't that friendly
Easy for fun and traveling
Nothing. When I checked in through online, I asked a quiet room. However, our room was very noisy. The reason was that our room was very closed to a roof of next building, and there are a lot of ventilation openings on the roof, and they are always working and that caused a lot of noise. We asked at a front desk if we can move to another room, our requirement was denied. The noisy sound bothered us all during stay.
The staff was great! Hard to find where to park. Ended up parking in garage and had to walk in with bags. Pool was closed all day for cleaning, but when we finally got to use the pool we found that it was tiny. Why does it take a whole day to clean? Pillow smelled like sweat. Tv was not always working. Woke up in the middle of the night twice with major back pain. After finally getting back to sleep got woken up by construction. We looked up why they claimed to be the #1 casino in the USA and found out a magazine pooled 400 people and out of the 20 casinos that were pre-selected (only one being from Vegas) Pechanga was awarded 1st place. Sounds like the owned paid for that. I do have to say the staff was great the whole time and there are plans to upgrade the pool, but next year we are planning on going to Vegas instead.
We loved the accommodations, the staff was helpful. The wine selection was delicious.
Well appointed, spacious private accomodations. The Deluxe Bungalow was a place you wanted to hurry back to, even if it meant cutting wine tasting a bit shorter this trip. The nightly rate through Kayak allowed this property to be affordable; although final Resort charges still brought the nightly stay up to the $300 range. The Resort would like to be charging over $400, and they may consistently get this when construction is completed. Until that time, it will be fun to watch this delixe off-shoot of neighboring South Coast Winery develop and mature. If you can stay here for under $300 a night, take advantage of it while you can. Wine tasting charges for Resort Guests were only reduced down to $25. While it was a quality experience, a discount down to $15 would have felt more of an ackowledgement to their Guests. These were the South Coast Reserve wines, but $15 a tasting is still a strong charge as "the discount". Comping the tasting with a two bottle purchase would also be appropriate, which they did not offer.
this is temecula's newest best kept secret! Amazing location and the bungalows are truly the size of one bedroom homes. The bed was absolutely divine and don't get me started on the double head shower and huge tub! Loved it and can't wait to return! The property is brand spanking new so there are a just a few small things they are still working out. SO minor. They should put screens on the windows and doors and a door stopper on the bottom of the door as we have a few pesty flying friends visit us.
Bungalows were unreal and a real surprise from the norm of luxury hotel rooms!
Patio overlooking vineyards. Lots of Windows and high ceilings. Loved how big and spacious room was. Soaking tub was awesome. Ligh switch lighting placement for patio not right. That's all I got on wrong it was fabulous.
Great hotel with excellent costumer service, great facilities and perfect location. It was an excellent choice for our getaway weekend.
Comfort and style! Good sized room with luxury bedding For the price per night, I think it should include breakfast which cost us an additional $40.00 plus per day (not I including tip).
If you're looking for romantic getaway, this is it. The rooms and view were excellent. Free wifi, walkin shower, mini frig, and grape vines off your private patio. The menu was limited.
The bathroom was amazing Very clean and large bed we stayed in the king bungalow Overall was the perfect birthday with my boyfriend