BEST WESTERN Plus Humboldt House Inn,  Garberville

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701 Redwood Drive, 95542-3104, Garberville, United States - visualizzare mappa
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  • 5
    « none »

    What do you want to say the hotel was OK. The parking lot was small and crowded and I drive a big pickup so parking was a bit of a problem and the elevator had a very strong cigarette odor. The evening wine and cheese was pleasant addition that was not available in other hotels.

    3
    « If you are sensitive to smell don't stay here »

    This was generally a decent place to stay. Staff were nice, offered wine and cheese, adequate breakfast BUT the room smelled terrible. They use some kind of disgusting overpowering chemical deodorizer that never went away despite wide open patio door all night. The smell was so bad that it kept me awake. We travel a lot and this was by far the worst situation like this we've encountered. What are they trying to hide? What could be worse smelling than this?

    1
    « Never again »

    I always stay at BW, But this one was really bad. First check in took way to long. And the noise on the property ALL NIGHT LONG !!! made it impossible to get any sleep. Heater was not working properly. For the rate we paid I was really disappointed.

    2
    « good, bad, ugly »

    Cement in stairwell filthy. Blood? Fingernail polish? On the sheet. Called about broken toilet but they did not fix it. Loud parking lot and people made sleep difficult. Great breakfast. Love the area.

    5
    « The most Friendly and fun staff! Xinhthi is THE BEST! »

    My husband, son and I spent Christmas here at the Best Western in Garberville. It was a last minute reservation as we were just traveling around NorCal and staying wherever we ended up in the evenings. Everything was great from the moment we checked in to the day we left. We were amazed at the dedication of the staff especially given that it was Christmas. Wine and Cheese hour was Fab! Such friendly ladies giving up their time to serve travelers. What a blessing! Great wine, cheese and conversation. We couldn't have asked for more. Special props to the lovely Xinhthi! She spent her Christmas serving ham, potatoes,veges, etc to all who showed. A free meal at that! I can't say enough wonderful things about her. What a sweetheart. The room was more than enough, with a nice little balcony to sit and stargaze. We had a wonderful breakfast every morning before heading out for an exhilarating hike, coming "home" to that wonderful wine and cheese hour(s). Although we traveled through San Fran, Monterey and Big Sur, my best memories of our trip was the BW in Garberville without a doubt. My only regret is not writing this review sooner. As Christmas approaches us again this year, I yearn to return. Maybe we will?

    2
    « over charge »

    No wine and cheese greeting as they state! check in time at 4 pm but told me my room would not be ready until at least 5 pm and then they offered me a much lower price room that would be ready in 30 minutes but did not adjust the price accordingly. I never saw the wine and cheese greeting and never saw the breakfast room as well.....they lied about all of that!

    5
    « Really Wonderful Customer Service »

    The woman that checked us into our room was absolutely awesome. She provided us with a great bag of "goodies" for our dog that was staying with us and she had the "wine and cheese" room opened for us and another set of guests, even though it was way past the posted hours. Breakfast the next morning was great too. I will definitely be staying more nights at the Best Western.

    4
    « GOOD CHOICE IN A SMALL VILLAGE »

    Located at the southern entrance to Humboldt Redwoods state park and the Avenue of the giants. Old but well maintained with a large room and decent bathroom. Bed was on the soft side but acceptable. Parking is outside the room,. Standard buffet breakfast included. Pool available. Staff were friendly and helpful. Recommend, Hope this helps.

    4
    « One night stop-over »

    Spent one night here on our way up through the Redwoods and on to Oregon. The hotel property its self is nothing special but I have to say, they were fantastic. Very friendly and helpful at check in. The town itself was a bit querky. We pulled into town about dinner time and as soon as we got into town we notice a large population of folks that appeared to be transient. I remembered others mentioning it but still caught me a bit off-guard. Dining in town was the biggest trick. Everything was closed including the restaurant behind the hotel. We opted for a trip to the grocery store and ate in our room. Breakfast was decent, hot and a few options than the standard included breakfast fare. Dining room has a nice view of pool Where these guys won us over was when about 30 minutes after leaving I realized that I had forgotten my apple watch in the room. I figured there was a good chance that it was a goner, but no...housekeeping found it and turned it in immediately. Super impressed, and very thankful:) I doubt we will ever find ourselves back in the area but was very impressed with the honesty of the staff. Thanks!

    5
    « Favorite Family Hotel on 101 »

    We stayed in one of the family suites! Absolutely great place to stay with a family. Fantastic Pool - Amazing Breakfast - Super Friendly Staff and very spacious rooms for a rambunctious family! Great access to downtown Garberville as well. Very cool huge map of the Avenue of the Giants!

  • 5
    « Best Western in Garberville »

    Nicest hotel in the Garberville-Redway area. Luxurious bedding and towels, good room set up, two sink areas for bathroom, excellent when travelling with two. Staff is warm and friendly. Hotel has a couple of nice perks, wine and cheese hour - good. Didn't use the comp breakfast feature.

    5
    « Great hotel & staff »

    The staff were very accommodating given the high demand for hotel rooms after the closure of hwy 101 due to an oil tanker spill. Staff handled the overwhelming demand very well. We'd recommend this hotel based on great staff service.

    5
    « Great stop on the Redwood trail »

    Great location for anyone following the Redwood Forests up or down the coast. Right on Rt. 101 and convenient to everything. Small town with amenities available. Easy on and off and centrally located in the middle of town.

    3
    « ok »

    Good room, comfortable location, nice breakfast and the staff is very nice and helpful. On the bad side- there is a fire station nearby and the night we stayed there, a siren started working at 4 o'clock in the morning- it woke up everyone up to 3 miles away

    5
    « As expected »

    This was our second visit and it was as great as our last one. We stayed On the first floor this time. The room was very clean and everything worked well. The bed slept great after a 8.5 hour drive and the noise level was quiet, no interruption at all in our sleep. In the morning the breakfast was great, the food was hot and the cereal and breads fresh. Will definitely go back again

    5
    « Not just another room, but a destination »

    This motel experience is more than just a place to spend the night on your way - it is worthy of being your destination for a relaxing, enjoyable, restful stay for many days & nights! Hang out in the quiet, clean ample rooms & visit the local sites in this northern California town near some of the oldest & largest trees in the world.

    5
    « Redwoods »

    It was very nice, we stayed 2 nights. The pool area was hard to get to and cloudy, but it was October. They have a lovely wine and cheese hour actually 2 hours. Marilyn the hostess was soon kind. Right next door is a pizza joint eat in or take out, it was good, no driving. Pet area was clean, not very big but enough to do their business, artificial grass which is washed off. Breakfast provided same as the others. Very nice helpful personnel. Stayed 2 nights to enjoy redwoods. Would recommend. Cost was a bit high, but we felt best value.

    3
    « Very average, they need some compitition »

    Check in time was 4:00pm but could not get a room till shortly after 5:30pm. There were other couples that had been waiting for rooms for a couple of hours, The front desk staff that came in late afternoon went into overload mode. The wine and cheese area was nice and took some of the edge off while waiting for the room. The rooms were comfortable a quiet, but need to be updated. The rooms are probably on the lower part of the scale for a Best Western and the internet was a little slow. The breakfast there was good and very acceptable, and probably above average for a BW.

    3
    « Nice, friendly, clean hotel »

    2 dogs 2 humans driving up to the Redwoods. We found the staff to be super nice. The rooms are clean, a good size. No grass for the dogs to do their business. They do have a fake grass area. They offered a wine and cheese in the evenings. Garberville is not a metropolis so it was sleep and get out.

    4
    « OK Room & Decent Breakfast »

    Not bad but a little more than you'd expect for what you get. Being in the mountains lots of shiftless hippie style folks about between potheads and rock climbers. Stay away from the pizza joint behind the hotel as the stoner waitress will mess up your order and it is not good anyway.

  • 4
    « On the road, service is everything »

    On the road, service is everything. Every staff member was polite and helpful. Rooms are dated but clean. The daily Wine & Cheese (FOC) welcome was a terrific chance to learn more about the area. Prices are reasonable; proximity to the redwoods (Avenue of the Giants) a plus. Pick a room looking out to trees (not to the parking lot).

    4
    « NOT CHEAP BUT WORTH IT »

    The plug-ins for computer charging are loose. The house-keeping staff was so VERY kind in seeing I needed help with my bags, and pitched right in...she refused a "tip" but I figured it was because there would be an envelope in my room for this purpose. PLEASE REMEMBER THEM! BW: Do this; we're all in this together. af

    2
    « Severly lacking in customer care »

    Have stayed here prior to this recent trip, and will NOT do so again after this latest venture. As I travel most weeks of the year, I understand 'things happen' and not all days are best for any property, but when you have issues such as 'odor of smoke complaints' followed by 'ant infestation in the bathroom', you should as the proprietor take immediate action to resolve with as 'friendly, caring and understanding approach as possible'. This always would buy my sense of appreciation that they are doing what they can to remedy, vs being disenfranchised and uninterested. 'An ounce of sweetness....' produces much better results in customer care.

    5
    « Good Nights Sleep »

    The beds were soooo comfortable. Clean rooms. Wonderful and friendly staff. The wine and cheese sampling in the evening was terrific. And the breakfast was very good also. I would certainly recommend.

    2
    « Loud and expensive »

    Room was dirty (wet carpet) and the area is very noisy, including certain guests. Some of the workers had the Diesel Pickup trucks running for ours in the early morning hours. I wonder how the price is related in any way to the facility...

    2
    « Disappointed »

    We stayed here about 3 years ago and decided to stay again. Unfortunately, our stay wasn't as enjoyable before. Quality service was lacking at the front desk and at the breakfast room. The influx of transients has increased around the area of the hotel making it intimidating to walk around, especially at night. Lastly, housekeeping left our door unlocked after they cleaned, that when we came back from being gone all day, our door was wide open, putting our room and belongings at risk of being burglarized. I filed a written complaint, but never heard back. Unfortunately, we're not coming back.

    4
    « Convenient, comfortable stop-over »

    We stayed here one night on our way back from hiking in the Redwoods. The room was lovely and clean. We appreciated the welcoming happy hour as well as the breakfast. This was a nice stop-over inn for a road trip. It seemed a little pricey for the town, but likely because there were not many hotels in the area.

    5
    « My stay at the humboldt House Best Western »

    The comfortable bed, the clean pool and jacuzzi and the wine and cheese hour in the garden room all were added and pleasant additions to an already lovely room and my stay at the Humboldt House Best Western was better than many of the hotel I have visited in the past years and I would urge all folks to spend a weekend here with these lovely people.

    4
    « Very Comfortable »

    A great hotel near the Avenue of the Giants scenic drive. Our room was very big, especially the dressing area, and very clean. Wifi was easy to connect and no problems with it during our stay. As we were from overseas travelling with our phones and a iPad, (only had one adaptor) it would be good if the rooms had USB connections so we could recharge these at the same time. We thoroughly enjoyed the late afternoon complimentary wine and cheese provided in the dining hall. This is a great idea allowing other patrons to meet and talk and to wine down.

    5
    « Rest in the Redwoods »

    This hotel is a great stop between Oregon and the Bay area. Lobby and guest rooms are tastefully appointed. Guest rooms have a refrigerator and coffee maker. Hotel grounds and pool area are nicely landscaped and we could enjoy them from our patio. There is an evening wine and cheese reception in a bright room overlooking the pool and grounds. Wide variety of cheese offered as well as snack mix. A friendly hostess welcomed all to the reception. Breakfast offerings were more than adequate and were tasty.

  • 4
    « Great, but. »

    Everything was great EXCEPT internet. Good rooms and amenities. Breakfast was best we've had in a long time at a motel. Patio door falling out of track. Absolute worst internet system I can remember. Hard to get on, VERY slow, kept dropping out. Had to give up trying to forward stuff.

    5
    « A Nostalgic Repeat Visit »

    I had stayed here several years ago and was looking forward to returning. I was not disappointed. The staff was excellent and set the tone for an enjoyable stay. Visiting the entire area of the northern Redwoods is an awesome experience worth repeating, and Garberville is such an integral part of it. I would stay here again at the Best Western if I ever come back through.

    1
    « Awful Customer Service »

    The front desk service at this hotel is awful. The woman on duty this evening was unable to provide any useful assistance and was terribly unprofessional, refusing to share her name when it became clear that I was unhappy with the service I'd received. I'm not sure when it became acceptable to refuse to provide a name when you're in a customer service setting, except when you're quite positive that you'll be receiving an upset report to your manager.

    2
    « Best Western Humboldt County »

    I planned to take my mother, age 80, for a nice weekend trip to the Humboldt Redwood Forest. After reviewing the Best Western in Garberville, both reading the reviews and looking at the picture I decided this would be a nice place to stay. The $200.00/night stay seemed reasonable. However, after driving up to the front of the hotel (I was reminded of the Motel 6), I was immediately disappointed and wanted to cancel my reservation and drive the 4 hours back home (it was a holiday weekend and all other hotels were booked)

    4
    « Great hotel in the Redwoods »

    We stopped in Garberville while heading to Oregon during the Labor day weekend. The front desk was friendly and helpful recommending a place for dinner. Our room was on the first floor but I didn't hear any noise from over head which is nice. The room had a small patio but also had a gate that led to the pool. The pool area was very nice, it really nice to drink my morning coffee & enjoy the weather in the morning sun. The room was nice average size for a motel of this age. There was a small frig & single serv coffee maker. My wife really enjoyed the soap and shampoo they provided. The breakfast was average nothing special. Overall I would recommend staying here.

    5
    « Best Best Western »

    I've stayed at many Best Western locations around the states and this is certainly the best one. The room was huge and clean, the pool was heated with clean towels, the breakfast was awesome. I don't have anything bad to say about this place other than the town itself was full of some...interesting characters. Unfortunately we arrived later in the evening and missed the wine reception. Most everything in the town was closed as well so finding dinner was a challenge but the general store provided ample options.

    4
    « My stay »

    Everything was very good. the parking was cramped. Very near Hollywood which was our goal. Employees were very nice. I thought the price was high. but the location was perfect for what we wanted. Universal studios is 10 mins away, Hollywood strip was 4 blocks away.

    2
    « motel not hotel »

    Good for one night stay to see the Redwoods if everything else is booked, but that's it. Food was okay, pool was not heated, lots of overturn and not a lot of families. I think there are homeless people living there. Lots of transients. Did not feel safe. Staff was nice enough and rooms were clean enough. I would recommend another place if you can afford it, though it is still overpriced. Plus is that it's very close to Avenue of The Giants.

    5
    « Good experience »

    The cheese and wine were a nice addition. There were also crackers, some snack mix and soft drinks. The room was fine but the AC was loud and hard to control. Breakfast was good with many options. The waffle maker needed some spray so it wouldn't stick - but I don't know if it was taken care of. For one night it was good.

    2
    « Could use some love. »

    We just got through a 6 day road trips where we spent the night in 5 different Best Western Plus locations, so we've acquired a discerning taste. :) This was the least nice of all locations, the property is overdue for a remodel. The rooms felt old/tired and the jacuzzi was downright gross, with visible grey color to the bubbles and in the daylight it looked muddy. :( On the positive side, the breakfast had hot options which was nice. And they had a laundry facility which was a godsend after my 5 year old puked all over the car seat earlier that day. The staff let us keep it open late in order to get things situated.

  • 2
    « Overpriced, poor service, and dirty »

    When I checked in they gave me a smoking room, but didn't say anything about it. When I said it smelled like people had been smoking in there they said they would put a note in my account so I wouldn't get charged. The smell was so pervasive that I didn't sleep well and was so congested in the night and morning. The bathroom sinks were dirty with hair from previous occupants (some longer hair, and lots of beard hair). My shower at night was cold (the next morning it was nice and warm). When I had gone after checking in to tell the front desk about the smoke they offered air freshener. I went with a more expensive option of hotel because I thought it would be nicer, but wish I would have gone with the cheaper option. When I checked out and they asked how my stay was I told the front desk, but she blamed it on Expedia where I booked through (I checked and it said non-smoking). Two opportunities to take care of me, and neither one chose to do so. They do have a continental breakfast with a lot of offerings.

    4
    « An okay hotel »

    I am a top contributor on Trip Advisor, as I have said in several reviews I really wish TA would add half ratings to their reviews. I would give this hotel 3 1/2 stars if I could. I gave it a 4 because I didn't think it would be a fair review to drop it down to a 3. My top reason for my scoring is because this hotel is highly overpriced!! I paid nearly $200.00. Now, I normally would be okay with this if the hotel was located in a nice, bigger town/city and if it truly met the Best Western Plus standards. A BW Plus should always have bottled water in the rooms. It should also have a microwave. This one did not. Also the town is very sketchy and super small. They are a couple of gas stations and a few restaurants, but most close early. A BW in this town did not warrant a high price. I have stayed at BW Plus in small towns before and rooms typically range from $100 -$150.00 The room was clean, not exceptionally clean, but clean. There was a sink located outside of the bathroom as well as inside which is a "Plus" feature that I like. It had a nice pool area. The staff were friendly. The best feature of the hotel was the wine and cheese hour. I chose to stay at this hotel because we were on a rode trip though Northern CA with our main focus being Ave Of The Giants. This hotel is located just one city away from the entrance to Ave of The Giants. I also like Best Westerns a lot so thought it was a great choice. Considering what I paid I probably would have chosen another location possibly in the next town. We drove by small hotels that looked pretty nice. Although we did not go inside so cannot comment how they were inside in comparison. In Garberville there are not a lot of choices. I would say with outside appearance this hotel is the best choice in Garberville. Keep on Traveling!

    4
    « Best Plus »

    Garberville is a small town with not much to offer. So this hotel is a nice stop over to rest before traveling on. It is nice and close to the Avenue of the Giants which is why we choose to stay here. The pool is nice as is the wine / cheese evenings and I will add breakfast is nice too. I feel this earns the Plus after its name. The hotel in the summer is packed and I guess that is reason for higher prices. Being inland it is hot so don't expect the coastal breeze. Staff is professional at front desk too.

    3
    « Overpriced Boondocks Comfort »

    Wonderful motel for physical features and room comfort. Inferior HVAC for price of room. Competent but not friendly/not unfriendly staff. Seriously overpriced because nothing comparable within 50 miles.

    4
    « Great hotel in the Redwood area »

    We stayed here for one night whilst travelling down the coast after seeing the Redwoods. Friendly staff, comfortable room and good breakfast. The kids enjoyed the pool. Garberville isn't that nice but that doesn't matter for a stop over. Had some nice pasta as a take-out from the Italian restaurant down the road. One thing was that the laundry room (which was very much appreciated - a nice plus) could have done with a clean. Would recommend.

    3
    « Hotel was fine - experience was terrible »

    Hotel was clean and comfortable. It was very busy the night we stayed. First bad experience was the homeless people walking around hotel parking lot asking for rides and hand outs. Our hotel room said we had a view but all I could really see was the trees and pool. No mountains! Pool area seemed clean but was out of pool towels by 4pm. Our second bad experience. A family was smoking marijuana in the pool area. For a smoke free hotel and a public area this shouldn't be allowed. I had a hard time falling asleep because of the area the hotel was in. Doors were slamming still after midnight and kept hearing water running. Third bad experience was getting woken up at 4:30 am to a homeless person pulling the fire alarm. Shortly after that we looked out our patio to see this homeless person jump the pool fence and was walking around naked. Called the font desk to tell them, they checked it out and told the guy to leave. After hotel personal left the homeless guy, he was talking/ singing/ jumping into pool and hot tub/ throwing towels, trash and chairs into the pool. Called front desk again to tell them what he was doing-seemed like they didn't care but did say the cops were called. But the cops come from Eureka about 100 miles away. Not sure if cops came. After 45 mins of watching this guy make a mess of the pool area and walking around naked he finally jumped back over the fence and left the pool area. We took our showers, packed up and ate some breakfast. Breakfast area was so busy the hotel staff couldn't keep up with refilling things. I couldn't wait to check out and get out of there. (If coming from the city I would suggest leaving early go through the Avenue of Giants and stay in Eureka.)

    3
    « Nice enough... »

    The hotel was fine but would not return to Garberville to stay. The hotel was older than we are used to and the rooms have not been updated in awhile. The only plus of this pass through town is a restaurant down the street called Cecils...nice surprise!

    4
    « The Only Nice Affordable Place in Town »

    There just really aren't many good lodging options in the Garberville/Redway area unless you go completely deluxe (and pricey) and stay at the Benbow Inn. The Best Western is nice, clean, and has a good staff. They have complimentary wine in the afternoon and a pretty good free breakfast. It's an easy walk to Calico Cafe or Cecil's for dinner. It's what you expect from a well run Best Western.

    4
    « Quick stop over on our way to Sonoma/Napa wine country. »

    Nice location close to the cute little town. They have a limo service to from town which is a nice added value. Our stay was only one night so we did not get to enjoy the pool or hot tub but they looked nice. We did get up and have the complimentary continental breakfast in the morning before continuing our drive south. The breakfast was okay with enough items to choose from to fill your tummy. Nothing extra special but satisfying. At dinner time we did walk over to the recommended restaurant (not owned by the property) which was next door. We choose not to eat there since it was very old diner looking which is not what we were wanting. Our choice was the local brew pub, Lost Coast Brew Pub. Typical brew pub offerings which were good and the beer was tasty too. Our hotel room was okay for a one night stay. It was very noisy all night and early morning since it is on a very busy street with semi trucks. I wasn't expecting anything luxurious since we just need an inexpensive place to rest our heads for only one night and this was sufficient. Plus it was an easy in and out location for our travels.

    5
    « Great experience at Humbolt »

    Our family traveled from San Fransisco to Humbolt House to meet our son. We needed a room for 3 adults and 2 children and this hotel was very comfortable and accomodating for an excellent price. The evening reception was such a pleasant treat after a few hours in the car and the breakfast was all very good and fresh. We would definitely stay here again.

  • 4
    « Family stay at Best Western PLUS Humboldt House Inn »

    We stayed in a suite at Best Western PLUS Humboldt House Inn and were not disappointed. The suite had three queen beds, two in the main room and a third in the additional room - perfect when travelling with your older parents.

    4
    « No too Bad »

    This was a good hotel in a great location. A very short drive to the valley of the giants at Humboldt. Staff was great and very accommodating. A very eclectic group of patrons (hippies dancing in the parking lot) and a very laid back town. Breakfast was the norm but the staff had everything well stocked. I liked it. Nice.

    5
    « Great place »

    We have stayed at the Humboldt House Inn for years when traveling to or through Garberville. Best value in the area. The adults enjoy the wine and cheese each evening while the kids enjoy the pool. The complimentary breakfast may just be the best I have ever received at any of the places we have stayed .

    5
    « Quality hotel in a small town »

    This hotel is first class in every way. Unusual to find such excellent accomadations in such a small town. I would definitely stay there again and would recommend it to other travelers. The breakfast room overlooked the pool and was very enjoyable.

    4
    « Great Motel! »

    This motel doesn't look like much from the outside but the room was great! Very new looking and comfortable! Breakfast had the standard Best Western fare and a few extras like sausage and gravy over biscuits! Very close to Avenue of the Giants in Humbolt State Park. Garbarville is a cute quaint town!

    4
    « Best Breakfast around »

    This place had a clean room with good beds and a balcony. The breakfast has so many chooses to pick from and all the food was great. We got there right around 10PM from a long day of hiking and driving. The employee was helpful but the parking was a little short due to construction workers taking more than 4 parking spots for one truck and trailer, but overall I would recommend this hotel.

    2
    « Only one available »

    Online appeared to be nicest available hotel. Strong chemical smell in room. Nicely decorated. Breakfast so so. But it was a Best Western so my expectations shouldn't be high. Staff very nice. Bed comfortable. Bathroom clean good shower.

    5
    « Great stay »

    Staff very courteous. The woman that checked us in offered to call housekeeping to see if our room could be prepared quickly. I really appreciated this as it was a hot day. The room was clean and comfortable with everything we needed.

    4
    « good experience »

    nice room, good breakfast-I would have liked more fresh fruits like cut up melons/berries, overall good experience, there were no problems at this motel. We stayed at several other Best Westerns on a recent trip which were not nice. This one was okay. The staff were nice and the room was clean.

    4
    « lovely premises »

    this is a lovely hotel, nestled in a quaint little town. easy on and easy off highway 101. room was perfect, as was the bed, shower, decor, amenities. friendliness of staff was quite lacking during check in and check out process, and on the premises.

  • 5
    « A great place to relax after a lot of activities. »

    When we were checked in I asked for a ground floor room ant they were very quick to accommodate. They also invited me to a wine and cheese party off the lobby to meet other guests. I asked for recommendations on a restaurant that would be part of the local flavor of the community but with excellent food and service. They hit the ball out of the park. The room was very spacious and clean. In the morning we had a quick breakfast at were given a list of Attractions we might be interested in. That was a real touch.

    3
    « Hotel okay. Garberville sketchy. »

    If I travelled along 101 again, I would skip Garberville. We arrived at 7 and could find nowhere open for dinner. We ended up at the gas station and the little supermarket. There were lots of sketchy people milling about. There were many empty store fronts/restaurants. There was a place where you can get an espresso and a massage. There was a hemp connection store. It was not my kind of town, not family friendly or trendy. Run down. If you do stay, the Best Western is okay. The other people at the hotel were also travelers and families. The room was clean. The beds were okay. The continental breakfast had some choices, but was bland. The front desk employees were very nice. I felt safe in the hotel, but I thought the town was gross.

    4
    « Nice place to stay in Garberville »

    I was pleasantly surprised at how nice this hotel was. It looked like it had undergone a remodel fairly recently, everything in the lobby and our room looked pretty new. The room was comfortable and reasonably quiet. Breakfast was good, fresh waffles, pre-made omelettes, yogurt, cereal, coffee, juice, etc. The desk staff was ok, not overly enthusiastic, but got us checked in and out just fine. My only real gripe is that there are not very many dinner choices in Garberville. There only seemed to be two bars and a cafe open in the evening. Since we were traveling with a child, that limited our options to the cafe.

    5
    « Terrific stay! »

    This hotel has everything you could want: comfortable bed, hot tub, swimming pool, free full breakfast, and it's clean and quiet. Everything was updated and the personnel were friendly. Ask for a quiet room away from traffic noise. This place was perfect for exploring the nearby redwoods. Would stay again!

    5
    « Happy find last minute »

    This was a great hotel find, and a bargain at the price!! It was very clean, convenient and the staff was all very friendly. I am so happy we found it last minute during our trip. We used hotels.com and booked it on the road, and I'm glad we did because they'd filled up by the time we got there.

    3
    « Decent hotel »

    Looks like it was remodeled. Decent room, nice evening wine and cheese receiption, nice hot breakfast. Hotel has pool and hot tub and close to the redwoods. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Area was ok, loud motorbike and some guests were loud, which was not the fault of the hotel. Hot water in shower was installed backwards, so the hot dial was cold water and vice versa. Good value for the money.

    4
    « Good choice »

    Very nice motel in the little town of Garberville, near the redwood parks of northern California. Excellent, helpful staff, very clean and a pleasant breakfast room highlight this motel. We were on a bike tour and appreciated the helpfulness of the entire staff.

    3
    « Decent place for an overnight stay »

    We stayed here as an overnight stop on our journey to view the Giant Redwoods. The staff upon check in was awesome. The woman who checked us in was so helpful. I do not remember her name but I do know it began with an X. She showed us how to find our room and gave us great recommendations for dinner. She was a highlight of our stay actually. The room itself was clean and quite. The complimentary breakfast was pretty good. I usually don't expect much from these but was pleased with what they offered. They had a nice selection and the area was kept clean and neat. There was plenty of seating as well. The town is cute and convenient and made this one night stop a pleasant addition to our trip. It isn't fancy but it is clean and affordable. They do have a pool and hot tub that looked great but we didn't have the time to check it out.

    5
    « Best place to stay for seeing the Redwoods!!! »

    this is really the only big chain hotel option in the areas of the redwoods (Humboldt County, CA). Very nice rooms, delightful and helpful staff, pool and on site laundry facilities, it has it ALL. I'll be back for sure.

    5
    « Great staff. »

    Our second stay and I will be back. The entire staff were very helpful, hotel was clean and comfortable with reasonable rates. Pool and hot tub were open during our visit and were well kept.They serve nice breakfast in morning with wine tasting and cheese in the evening. Well done!

  • 5
    « Best place to stay in Garberville »

    When we visit family in Garberville, we never have to decide where to stay. It is always the Humboldt House Inn. The rooms are clean and comfortable and the staff is helpful and friendly. The breakfast is great because we are usually on the road shortly after breakfast. There is plenty to choose from and nobody should go away hungry. This time we got in early enough for the cheese and wine reception between 5:30 and 7:30pm. The staff are great and my Sister likes to use the computer in the lobby, while I use my laptop in the room. All the members in our party loved staying there and we are planning another trip for the Fall and plan to stay at BW Humboldt House again!

    5
    « Great experiance »

    There was three males in my group all brothers and we needed two queen beds minimum, this hotel had a room with three queen beds. It was very nice that we could all have a separate bed without having to get two rooms.

    3
    « It's fine »

    The pluses: complementary wine and cheese in the early evening. The breakfast buffet with seating overlooking the pool. Caring, friendly attendants in these venues. The attendant at the wine and cheese even suggested a tray with good it's to bring to my husband watching a basketball game in our room. The puzzling: why did it take a full minute for the receptionist to look up from her computer and acknowledge us? True, she was "finishing up" some work, but a nod and a smile go a long way in making someone feel welcome. Maybe some customer service training is in order. Then she gave us her "favorite room". It did have a balcony that overlooked a mountain (more like a hill) BEYOND the immediate parking lot and busy highway! Thankfully, remarkably, it was quiet, but there were (by appearance) more sheltered rooms and parking off the busy highway. Also, the ice machine looked downright nasty! A+ service from wine and cheese and breakfast attendants. D from the receptionist = an average rating. Too bad. Breakfast offered egg one lets in addition to the usual waffles, sausage, muffins, etc

    4
    « A great stopover! »

    A very comfortable place to stay in Garberville. They offer a wine and cheese happy hour and a decent breakfast in the morning. The buildings are a bit older and show it a little, but the rooms were updated, clean and comfortable. We received an excellent dinner recommendation from the check in staff for Cecil's New Orleans Bistro and had a dinner that was outstanding. Hotel is located on the main strip in walking distance of dining and shopping.

    4
    « Nice Place to Stay! »

    Stayed here one night with my family while visiting the redwoods and we enjoyed it. Our room was clean and spacious. The beds were OK, not the best I've slept on. The staff was nice and the free breakfast was adequate. It's in a perfect spot right off the highway.

    5
    « Great night »

    Checked in around 9pm and found the room fantastic, clean, large but 2 queens. Would have preferred a king but not sure if they offer them. Breakfast was good and menu was larger than most. Will definitely look to stay there again if we are in the area.

    2
    « Incompetent staff, vagrants and no security »

    The room itself was nice, although it lacked a microwave. The hotel is in an unsecure lot, and there are vagrants all over the place. There is NO security. There is supposed to be a breakfast from 6-10am, but by 6:30 the place was dark, and so was the lobby. Doors locked. Called 0 from my room, it rang a few times then went dead. Two guys had been waiting for 30 minutes, the sign on the lobby said back in 5 minutes and it had been like that the whole time they were there, probably had been all night. The town is frightening. Vagrants all over the place, and some definitely need mental help. I will never stay there again. I stayed twice in 2 weeks, thinking that the first night was just a bad night, but the 2nd time was worse. For the price they charge, they should have microwaves and security. Shameful.

    5
    « Good value for the money »

    The room was clean and beds were comfortable. Really enjoyed the amenities including the wine/cheese reception in the evening and hot breakfast in the morning. Patio access to the pool and hot tub were a nice perk!

    5
    « Redwoods »

    About 5 miles off of redwood highway and 101. Town is lost in the 60's. A few "hippies" and what appeared to be homeless people walking the streets but never felt threated or ill at ease. Hotel had very confortable beds. Room on second floor over looked the outdoor pool and hot tub. From 5:30 to 7:30 there was wine and cheese tasting.

    3
    « comfortable and nice for the cost »

    good location for seeing the redwoods, interesting shops in a small town, good farmer's market, easy walk to most restaurants and cafes, easy access parking, helpful staff; the only downside was a poor tv picture

  • 4
    « Nice Property »

    This property is larger than it appears at first. The rooms were clean and comfortable. The staff was somewhat awkward with support and directions but, thankfully, this was corrected by a competent supervisor. Wine and cheese served in the evening and breakfast was good (real eggs and sausage).

    4
    « As good as can be expected in Garberville »

    We spent the late afternoon and night at the BW 'Humboldt House' in mid May 2016. The check in process was quick and pleasant w/ a friendly front desk carefully scrutinizing our ID and CC info. Our room smelled of sanitized, which was quickly neutralized by leaving both the entry and the patio doors open. The rooms are large and most have patios. The two main wings face the main road through town and highway 101 so road noise is an issue. The other wing faces the alley and is probably quieter, but most likely has a lesser view. The early evening wine and cheese event in the Garden Room is pleasant and the hostess is very attentive. The breakfast service is quick and easy with a nice selection of yogurt, fruit and juice. The biscuits were cold, but the gravy was hot. The property is separated into three 'wings' w/ an alley separating the main two wings by an alley. this alley seems to be a main thoroughfare for local foot traffic. The main ice machine for our wings is right off the alley and I was disappointed to have to stand in line for ice behind a homeless guy. A room key is required for ice, but the homeless seem to have found a work-around as there was another homeless guy filling trash bags w/ ice the next morning while hotel staff passed w/out interaction.

    5
    « Redwood Accomodation »

    If you are ever visiting the Californian Redwoods in the avenue of Giants this is the place to stay. It is about 6 miles from the start of the Avenue so does not require the early start from other towns. Freindly and welcoming staff and an interesting chat with a Cherikee Indian serving the wine and cheese. Relaxing and comfortable with a wine and cheese reception to greet you in the early evening.

    2
    « Taking advantage »

    This hotel took advantage of a graduation to charge double the rate. This is not a $245 hotel room or establishment. The breakfast was substandard. They should be ashamed for charging so much for this cheap room. Shame on you Best Western!

    2
    « To Be Avoided »

    I booked this hotel because almost everything else was full due to commencement at Humboldt State university. The hotel is located in Garberville which seems to be popular with transient people. Took a stroll through the main street in the evening and I don't think I met a single resident or tourist, but I probably saw 20 homeless people. The hotel room was OK, but the bed covers were very heavy and warm and almost impossible to sleep under. My second night was spent trying to get the next room guests to stop a very loud conversation that lasted until early morning hours.

    4
    « Nice Place to stay - near Ave of the Giants »

    I booked this hotel because of it's proximity to Ave of the Giants for my first marathon. There was a group of us staying here. there are decent restaurants nearby. we had pre race dinner at Amelias and post race at Caliscos (sp). The wine and cheese reception in the evening was a treat. The breakfast buffet was good. Our room was very nice and bed extremely comfy

    5
    « Avenue of the Giants »

    My family stayed at this hotel for the Avenue of the Giants half marathon in May. This hotel was exceptional. The location was great and as we were coming from the South, it was perfect for heading towards the race. There is a really cool Avenue of the Giants mural in the parking lot of the hotel so be sure to check that out. Every room had a balcony and the rooms were spacious and comfortable. The proximity to the small town of Garberville was nice as we could walk to the grocery store, food, or ice cream. I definitely recommend this Best Western if you need to be in the area or are visiting the beautiful redwood groves.

    4
    « Staff are very welcoming, good breakfast choices »

    The staff are very welcoming. I called was answer by the staff! These days, it is very rare that a person greet you at the first ring. They are very nice in answering your question. We went there for a marathon race, the check out time is very limited. Although they try to accommodate the runner request for showers before we hit the road, 2 showers for everyone is a looong wait!

    5
    « My trip to Garberville for the Cannabis Film Festival »

    Had a great time in Garberville, Humboldt County! The Great Western is well-situated in Garberville and the staff was very helpful when there was an issue with using a third party credit card number. Also, the complimentary breakfast that comes with your stay was above and beyond any complimentary breakfast I'd had before during a hotel stay.

    4
    « NIce hotel. Be careful of billing »

    Check your credit card statements. I thought i reserved a room with my corporate card only to find out that when i entered online was not charged. I went to check out and they ran my personal card i had for incidentals.

  • 5
    « The high spot in Garberville »

    Stay here if you have to stay in Garberville. Neat, modern amenities, nice pool for the kids, great breakfast. A pleasant surprise. It's the only good hotel on this stretch of highway so if you end up here for the night, you'll be happy. Town has very little in terms of restaurants and nothing else in terms of activities. It's close to red wood forest attractions on the 101.

    5
    « Great Place to stay »

    The rooms were clean and modern. We had a nice balcony to hang out on. The breakfast room was amazing. I was expecting muffins, juice and coffee. They had omelets, sausage, varieties of muffins, a great waffle maker with two flavors, cereal, yogurt etc. Easy check-in and check-out. We took our dog and they had a special bag of goodies for him. It was a great stay.

    5
    « Awesome Hotel Experience »

    On a road trip from Mexico to Canada we happened upon this Best Western and it was the best stay of our travels. Awesome service, beautiful rooms, lovely pool and delicious, hearty breakfast! Genuine friendliness from the staff to welcome us for the night and again when we departed in the morning. Next road trip to California will definitely incude Humboldt House Inn.

    4
    « Keeps getting better »

    At times front desk could be better staffed, breakfast is great, rooms are large and up to date, the hotel itself is kept in great shape great place to stay to explore the redwoods. We ate dinner at the Italian reasraunt behind the hotel, service and food were great.

    2
    « Area is a bit sketchy, but ok if you need to stay overnight »

    I would say pricewise for the area, this hotel is midway between the more expensive Benbow Historic Inn and smaller motels. Although, I feel that the price is a little high for what you get. We stayed here for one night because it was the most convenient for our trip. It is right before the Avenue of Giants, which was a good starting point for the next day's adventure. I would have just kept driving if that wasn't for that. For a small town, it is a pretty sketchy area. First thing I noticed was the amount of homeless people by the freeway exit and around the hotel area. It was such a random thing to see for a small town in the middle of a forest area. The sheriff station is kitty corner to the hotel, if that helps you feel better. Note that there are no security camera around the hotel, so don't leave anything valuable in your car. When checking in, the lady at the front desk had a nice demeanor, but was not as thorough or informative compared to the front desk personnel at the two Best Westerns we stayed the nights before. It was just small things like not directing us on where the room was, and not mentioning the time or place of the breakfast. The room was okay. There were ants here and there on the desk and bathroom counters, but no trail of them. They were probably on the floor also, but hard to see with the low lighting and dark carpets. There were also a few flying insect in the room also. The internet was sufficient. The A/C worked, but the thermostat was not very sensitive. The A/C had to be set to the lowest temperature to turn on. Also, if you are a light sleeper, earplugs should do the trick for the extra noises (showers turning on, stompy feet, loud voices etc.). The breakfast was alright, about what you would expect. Overall, if you have to stop over in the area, it's fine, just don't have high expectations.

    5
    « Gorgeous Mountain Views - Quiet Retreat »

    Excellent staff and some beautiful mountain views. Misty mountain in the early morning hours. Small, quiet town. Close to so many amazing sites within 30 minute drive from this location. Avenue of the Giants was breathtaking. Would definitely stay a this location again and again.

    5
    « Best Hotel in town »

    The Best Western is the best hotel in the small town of Garberville. The rooms are clean and the colors are soothing. Close to all the shops in town for walking around. The Free breakfast was fine, lots of varieties of breakfast foods. Coffee in the room was good. The internet was excellent which its very important if you work while on the road.

    4
    « Good place to start »

    Good place to start to view the Avenue of the Redwoods. Staff was friendly and helpful. Rooms were clean and spacious for the price. The morning breakfast was better than the average grab and go. There are some local restaurants near by.

    5
    « Best Value in Garberville »

    I had the best experience at this hotel over my birthday (March 23-25)! Check in went very smoothly, and I was even given a cute little welcome package for my dog. The room was surer clean, and pretty big, I reserved the 2 queen standard, and it over looked the pool area and had a nice balcony to sit on and enjoy the sunset. Everything was super clean, and the beds were VERY comfortable. There were toiletries from Bath and Body Works provided, as well as free wi-fi. There is no room service, but there is a restaurant in the adjoining parking lot that will deliver to your room, and a menu is provided in the Welcome binder. There was free wine and cheese served each night from 5-7PM (Marilynn is the best server), and a pretty decent hot breakfast served each morning. The breakfast included a waffle bar and biscuits & gravy, as well as some "omelets" and other assorted grab and go items. I have seen some complaints about the hotel being close to the main street - but it's Garberville, pretty much everything was closed down by 11PM, and the entire town silent (maybe cause I was there on weekdays?). I slept both nights with the sliding glass door open to let in the breeze, and did not have any issues. Hot tub was open and very clean for my stay, as well as the pool - but be warned, the pool is only heated from May-August, and it was COLD when I was there - but the hot tub was super relaxing after a day of site seeing! I would definitely recommend this as a place to stay if you are visiting the redwoods. It is only minutes from some local attractions, 10 mins from Avenue of the Giants, and about an hour from Eureka. I have photos too - if I can get them to load :)

    3
    « BIG YUCK! »

    Nice room. Nice hotel until one of the kitchen hosts was cleaning the tables where we are having breakfast, dropped the rag on the floor, picked it up and continued cleaning the tables. BIG YUCK. Makes you wonder how they clean the bathrooms.

  • 1
    « Keep driving. »

    If this is he best garberville has to offer, keep driving. We checked into our room, only to discover some guy rooting around in the trash an outside while drinking beer. The entire area is dirty and shady. The rooms are dirty and dark. There is a slider to the outside, which given try location, only increased my unease. We promptly tried to checkout buy were told that it's too late. So we paid $200 for nothing. I did not feel safe staying here with my two daughters. Instead we drove further in search of a more safe looking facility.

    4
    « Weak Wi-Fi »

    This Best Western has some of the largest rooms I have ever stayed in. They are also very clean and modern, and the furniture is scratch-free. The beds are very comfortable and come with more than enough pillows. The Wi-Fi, however, is very weak and was hard for my electronic devices to receive the signal. There was complimentary breakfast, and it was very delicious. The staff at the front desk was very friendly, and we're not rude to me at all. I think it is the best place to stay in the area, and I definitely recommend it.

    5
    « Super place to stay in the Redwoods »

    I love the Humboldt House. I stay there every time when passing through - a few times a year, by bicycle. I have mailed supplies there or left bags a day early to pick up and resupply while riding through and staff has always been super accommodating, even mailing stuff out (postage pre-paid) for me. Super clean and comfortable and very good breakfast to start the next 200 mile day! Thanks BW

    5
    « Clean, modern, and friendly staff! »

    Due to remoteness of location, not much by way of food available late night if checking in late. There is a vending machine with decent selcetion of snacks, and when seen scanning my options, a staffmember offered directions to a grocery store in the next town. After buying a few dinner items that required heating, the staff again allowed me to use the microwave in the breakfast hall. Great service here. The property itself is clean, well-maintained, and modern. the South Entrance to the Ave of the Giants is just a short drive north from here. Chandelier Tree is south, so you are in the middle of both attractions. My daughter loved the mini road trip from SF.

    5
    « Excellent Stay! »

    We were greeted by a very friendly desk clerk who was very helpful. The room was very clean and roomy with a very large vanity! It was a quiet location and the beds were very comfortable, so we were able to get quality rest. Would definitely stay here again!

    5
    « Decent all the way around »

    We needed a place to rest after a long day of driving through the Redwood Forrest so we decided to return to this place. Again, it was great. The beds were comfortable and the room was quite spacious and clean. The manager welcome (wine & cheese... sodas for the kids) was a welcome delight and the breakfast in the morning was what we needed to get us on our way again. We'll be going back there next time we drive through.

    4
    « Nice BW in the "town that doesn't give a ----" »

    Garberville is a "town that doesn't give a f---". Literally no one cares about anything and the people are free birds. We are seriously considering packing up and looking to retire here....oh The BW was great. There were some tweakers standing around at night but they bothered no one

    4
    « Good place to stay »

    This is your best choice in Garberville, I think. Hot tub was up and running. Nice breakfast foods served in the morning. And wine and cheese time for happy hour. Rooms were average but clean and nice with comfy beds.

    4
    « This is your choice for Garberville »

    When Humboldt County roads give you lemons--or slides across the highway--and you are in Garberville, this is your place. Really nice rooms, pool/hot tub, surprisingly quiet (and the place was full the night we were there). Staff is typical for the area, just be patient, all will get done. Typical motel breakfast in the mornings.

    2
    « Need more Front Desk Assistance »

    We checked in at 9pm at night and it took longer than any other check in. The front desk assistant (only 1 person,) was handling a lengthy phone call, sending and receiving faxes, all while trying to check us in! And when we went to check out the next morning there was still only 1 front desk assistant. There was a line and check out also took forever.

  • 4
    « Passing through... »

    Despite having accidentally been assigned a reserved room upon arrival, the rest of our stay at this hotel was pleasant. The rates do seem a bit inflated but so is everything else you purchase in the area! The room was very well maintained and clean and the Bath & Body Works products provided were appreciated. The nightly wine and cheese reception was a nice touch and added bonus! It was too cold during our visit to enjoy the pool and hot tub but it did look well kept and inviting. If we could make a couple of suggestions it'd be to (1) replace the sheets - they're a bit worn out, and (2) remove the plants from the sun room in the breakfast area - pretty sure they're the source of the fruitfly-type bugs you see flying around the tables which do become a bit bothersome while you're eating.

    2
    « Poorly Managed Hotel »

    One of two hotels in the middle of nowhere...little incentive for them to try very hard....Avoid and stay in a hotel north of the State Park. On an 8,000 mile road trip, this was by far the worst hotel we stayed in. If management did their job properly then this could get fixed

    4
    « Best Place to Stay in Garberville »

    Best Western in Garberville is the place to stay while visiting the Redwood Country. Very clean and well kept rooms. Quiet with a very professional staff. Enjoyed the free breakfast and wine and cheese bar. Very good overall experience. Thank you

    4
    « great place to stay »

    I find Best Western my favorite motel to stay at. The Garberville location is central located and continental breakfast is a nice feature. The Staff is friendly and attentive to customer needs. Great place to stay

    3
    « Probably best deal in the area »

    A little expensive for what you get. But friendly to pets, clean room (other than ants and some other crawling bug that got into our food almost instantly). Breakfast decent for what these are usually like. Quiet. Parking challenging when busy. Good location in town. Reasonable compromise between expensive Benbow Inn and cruddy Garberville Motel.

    4
    « better than my expectation »

    complimentary wine and cheese in the evening is very good near to highway a bit noisy if you are a light sleeper if you are a Costco member, they give you 10% discount but it's better to book in advance instead of walk-in

    5
    « personal »

    We would highly reccomend the Beest Western Humboldt House Inn, in Garberville, California as a highly attrctive, clean and friendly place to vacation or simply spend the night! We especially enjoy the swimming pool. The attitude of being 'dog friendly,' is a huge plus for us and we appreciate the accomodations made for them! Carrie Conine

    4
    « Garberville Best »

    Front desk very helpful with our reservation. Nice rooms...didnt have an offensive smell. Very large rooms and bathrooms were large and well equipped. Great breakfast included in rate. Waffles, hot eggs, sausage fruit etc. Nice glassed in room to eat it in. Beds were nice not to soft and not too hard. We were on the second floor would have been nice to have an elevator. Overall a nice Best Western. I would stay again..

    5
    « Well worth visiting and staying! »

    Wine and cheese upon arriving! Great friendly service. Tricia Culbert was wonderfully helpful, Donna, Marilyn.....we were very grateful after driving for many hours to find a place comfortable, quiet, very clean, very friendly and unusually well appointed! Cost was reasonable ($123). We stayed at room # 228. They accepted my Service dog and gave me a little "welcome" present for her which was very appreciated. We will return to visit them without hesitation and I will recommend this Hotel to all my friends and acquaintances. Service was excellent!

    4
    « The best local option for the location »

    Pros: Very spacious room, extremely friendly staff, accepts pets, located on the main strip of the town, right off the highway (easy access), free/ample outdoor parking in the lot, decent bathroom amenities for a motel, our room had a balcony. Cons: We were in a non-smoking room but it smelled smoky (either it used to be a smoking room or past guests didn't adhere to the rules), the interior decor of the rooms are in decent condition but are dated, not very sound proof through the door (walls are fine). I've stayed at many hotels around the world and this is by all means an average motel. However, it's probably the best you can find in this small town that's in the middle of nowhere. Having said that, if I were to visit this town again, I would also probably stay here again (all the other places seem worse).

  • 2
    « Not the best »

    Had difficulty at check-in where my pre-paid reservation (via hotels.com) had apparently been cancelled and I would need to pay again to secure a room. After insisting it was valid and showing current reservation status via an app and printout the reservation was found on the system. It seemed to be a system problem (wrong button pressed) and the check-in staff were very apologetic once they realised it was their error but it wasn't a great start. Room itself was nice, big and well appointed but noise kept us up due to other guests drinking and talking loudly in the heated spa until 1am, despite the pool area "closing" at 10pm. A call to the front desk to complain about the noise at 11pm (first time we've ever complained about noise in a hotel) saw the security guard enter the pool area, speak to the guests, shake their hands and leave. Absolutely no change in noise until they eventually left at 1am so no sleep for us. Breakfast was pretty average but it was free. Couldn't recommend it unfortunately.

    3
    « NO SECURITY »

    stay at your own risk ...My car was broke into while i slept It was pouring down rain when I arrived so I left the Christmas Gifts that I brought for my grand-kids in the dry car.. I was unaware the place had NO Cameras NO security at all... and little if any compassion from the management.

    4
    « Good (and only) place to stay. »

    Great staff, great breakfast, too many people out at all hours of the night, making noise, BUT, that's not the hotel's fault. Everything else is wonderful. Stayed in room 320, newly painted, etc. This is a pot-smoking town-- can't get away from it, but the hotel is safe and there's a great pizza restaurant just behind the parking lot.

    5
    « Great value for money »

    Had not booked prior to arrival. Got large comfortable bed in spacious room. Complimentary wine and cheese at 5 pm a nice touch, as was American breakfast. Friendly and efficient staff. Did not try heated outdoor pool and hottub, which was quite popular from what we understood.

    4
    « Great breakfast! »

    Very friendly welcome and the receptionist lady, Xinh, loves her job.and made me laugh. (After a long days drive she cheered me up! with her infectious humor) The breakfast had so much to offer and was so good that we had to leave a tip! The hotel is in a very quint town with beautiful green trees in the mountains.

    5
    « Great Value and Great Service »

    While visiting the Redwoods area with my family, we stayed at the BWP in Garberville. The price for the two rooms we got was a great value, the complimentary happy hour allowed us to unwind from the drive and to spend quality time together. The complementary breakfast was both nutritious and satisfying, allowing us the fuel we needed for a day of hiking in the woods.

    4
    « Decent hotel for a decent price »

    The bed was comfortable and the staff were friendly. There was a spa there which I would love to have used if I had brought a suit, but that is not a common amenity in the local hotels here so I recommend it.

    4
    « Garberville - BW Plus »

    Our late night check-in was easy. Comfortable and clean Room. The kids enjoyed the morning mountain view. Breakfast is simple but can be made better. The hotel is located on the main strip making it easy to take a stroll of the town center in the evening.

    4
    « Not the Garberville I remember.. »

    As many have already stated, the hotel is great, the neighborhood not so much.. Traveling up the coast after visiting family for Christmas, Garberville was the first town we came to once it got dark and foggy. I checked my TripAdvisor app and saw that the Best Western got good reviews. When we arrived it appeared that everyone dove into the Best Western once it got dark. There were eight people in line at check in when we entered the lobby. We waited better than a half hour to reach the counter. I would imagine this happens on a nightly basis. It would seem prudent to have the hotel manager assist the two receptionists with checking people in during this busy time. As has been stated before. The rooms were very nice and clean.. Shower had incredible pressure and the room itself was plenty quiet. The downside was all the young people that were loitering around the hotel and general area. I was seriously concerned about leaving my car in the parking lot. To the hotel's credit they did have a security guard who seemed to keep things under control throughout the night. Societal issues aside, Garberville seems to be decaying. It is located in one of the most beautiful places on earth but instead of a first class resort town it looks like a skid row. I hope the city/county can find a way to bring this gem in the Redwoods back to its glory days.

    4
    « An Oasis, of sorts »

    I definitely recommend this property. Sadly, a bad economy and drugs have made their mark here as with many rural areas. Not just Garberville but up and down 101, and into southern Oregon. We decided to stay in Garberville at The Best Western Plus because we knew Eureka, being bigger, had more vagrants and the Best Western, Garberville looked clean and orderly and indeed it is. When we found out a night watchman patrols the parking lot, we were sold. Local police & fire are nearby. We only encountered one pan-handler the following a.m. Good stuff: The free wine & cheese in the evening was a nice touch, as well as the complimentary breakfast. For dinner, we went to the Chevron gas station, where there's a taqueria and ordered some yummy burritos to take back to our room, which was comfortable and clean. Friendly staff but I didn't appreciate being signed up for the Best Western Rewards program without first being asked. That bit of sneakiness was no bueno but yes, do stay here, especially, if you're road-weary, it's a long way to anywhere else.

  • 4
    « Huge rooms »

    This hotel has been upgraded and the rooms are huge. The grounds are nice. It is pet friendly but the pet area could be bigger. The gal at check in was very friendly and accommodating. The breakfast was better than most other Best Westerns. It included omlets and sausage patties.

    4
    « Very Nice »

    Friendly folks at check in. Very nice room with 2 queen beds. Clean and comfy. Wine and cheese at 5:30. A small balcony overlooks some redwoods. Not luxury but close. It is right in town so dining is easily walkable.

    4
    « Great hotel, questionable town »

    We spent the night here on our way back down to the Sonoma area after visiting Crater Lake. First let me say that the Humboldt House Inn was outstanding. The room was clean and comfortable, with a great evening happy hour and hot breakfast in the morning. My concern is with Garberville and the entire Redwood Highway. The highway is lined with hitch hikers, as are the streets of Garberville. While going to get coffee in the breakfast room in the morning, I had someone sneak in behind me. I later saw him sitting on the curb eating his waffles. My advice is to skip the Garberville area altogether, and pass through during the day time. What a huge disappointment.

    5
    « Great room and service »

    This hotel provided a wonderful room with lots of nice extras such as two sinks with one in a separate room. The service was great at the front desk and all employees were pleasant and enjoyable. The hotel was also dog friendly which is very important to us as we travel with our dog.

    1
    « Very rude receptionist! »

    This is the worst experience I have ever had with Best Western and Priceline. We arrived around 10PM and this front desk lady told us we had to stay in a one queen bed room. I asked if we could have two queens/standards room and she said it was sold out. So the couple behind us said they didn't mind taking a queen bed room and swapping with us since they reserved a two queens room. This front desk lady was very rude and seemed not happy about their offering. She didn't want to do that and treated us like secondarily important customers since we booked our room from "some third party website" not "their official website". Excuse me? You haven't even heard of Priceline? Are you kidding me? I called customer service at Priceline and didn't help much. They ended up offering a roller for additional $20, making the total cost higher than booking directly from expedia. I have never had any issue with the room assignment in all my previous bookings with Priceline. But this is the only time and the last time. I will never use Priceline again since we are not as "important" as other customers.

    4
    « Good food included upon arrival and departure »

    Wine, cheese, crackers, grapes upon arrival. Impressive. Hotel next door to an Italian restaurant. Bed comfy. Internet not so good in room. Breakfast better than in comparable hotels. Room large, quiet, comfy, clean.

    5
    « one of the better experiences »

    Pleasant experience. Comfortable rooms with bath layout that allows one to get ready without waking partner. Double sinks was a plus. Wine and cheese in the afternoon was more than expected and breakfast was one of the best! Will definately be back.

    4
    « Humbold House Best Western, Garberville CA »

    I have stayed in this hotel for years and it is the only nice place anywhere near Garberville. Rates increase about 50% during marijuana harvest. I was surprised by a hard matress in the back wing and a bad shower diverter, giving luke warm water as I have always been very satisfied with this place. Overall, I rate it excellent for the area. All other motels nearyby are old and shabby in comparison.

    1
    « We decided to pass on by. »

    Ok probably not a fair review since we drove up and left. We had to turn around behind the hotel and the entire parking lot was filled with sketchy looking people and some neon lights blaring from the venue behind the hotel. We drove around to the front of the hotel and there stood some creepy guy with a white undershirt and gold chains draped around his neck overlooking the railing and smoking. It was dark, it was sketchy there were people in trenchcoats coming out of the shadows. Seriously gave us the creeps. The hotel itself might be nice but we sure did not feel comfortable with the idea of getting out of our car. Bye Bye Garberville. And BTW, just south of Garberville is a Union 76 gas station. DO NOT stop! weird stuff in the mens restroom. And grafitti that makes south central LA look tame in the both the men's and women's bathrooms. And I don;t think they clean them either............Another creepy place. Is this Humboldt County CA??

    5
    « Friendly and exceptionally clean »

    This is one of the best motels that we have ever stayed at. From 5:30 to 7:30 they have complimentary wine and cheese. What a surprise. The staff is so friendly and helpful. The rooms are ultimate clean and the beds are awesome.

  • 5
    « Comfortable night while on the road. »

    We stayed here during a recent northwest road trip two different times. Our room was newly renovated, attractive, very clean and comfortable; much appreciated after a day of driving. The price is very reasonable especially since breakfast is included. We have stayed here before and find the Garberville culture more interesting rather than threatening as others have stated; after all isn't that the adventure of travel? While waiting forever for food at the nearby italian restaurant we met another traveling couple and had a wonderful evening sharing stories. While traveling be curious and enjoy the journey!

    5
    « quiet night »

    Even though the motel was full of weekend guests I had a wonderful undisturbed night of sleep! The bed was comfortable and the internet fast and easily available. The parking lot was a bit tight, but we finally got our truck parked.

    5
    « Temporarily Humboldt County »

    Fun trip to visit the Redwoods was made very convenient with our stay at the Humboldt House. Staff was very friendly and accommodating. Location is great to start a day trip through Avenue of the Giants. We were deciding between the hotel and more rustic and coming in the evening were very glad we chose the convenience of the Humboldt House.

    4
    « Nicest hotel in town of Garberville »

    Of the hotels/motels I looked at within the town limits of Garberville, BW is definitely the nicest. I didn't have a reservation and although I got there late on a Friday night, they had a King room in the back. And King it was. I think it's the largest King room I've ever been in - almost a suite. It was clean and the bed was comfortable although pillows were extremely soft. They have a nice happy hour with several cheeses and two wines. There are not many restaurants in Gville so this makes a nice appetizer. Breakfast in the am was ample - eggs, sausage, waffles, yogurt, apple/orange juice, coffee, fruit - to prepare for driving and walking through the Redwoods.

    5
    « thank you »

    We have always enjoyed our stay at the Humboldt House Best Western Hotel in Garberville. It is a welcome change, from the tasteful decor and cleanliness of the rooms, to the evenning wine and cheese offered by the friendly host who served us. The evenning use of the just perfect temperature of the soothing hot tub was a lovely end to a delightful stay. The accomodation of children has always been an added attribute to our choice of The Humboldt House Best Western and we appreciate this immensely. Again, we thank you Mr. and Mrs Jim Johnson and your lovely staff. Carrie Conine

    5
    « Judge Not Lest Ye Be Judged »

    A lot of people are giving this hotel bad reviews based on the town it's in rather than the hotel itself. Neither are fair. First up, Garberville is a small town with a lot of folk hitching, smoking and hanging out. They are not criminals or bad people, they are just choosing an alternative way of living and my wife and I found them very pleasant to talk with and share a pizza and a beer. Put your prejudice aside before coming to these parts and enjoy the different way of doing things. As for the hotel, could not be faulted at all. Good pool, rooms big with all the required facilities. The wine and cheese offer is super in the evenings and the breakfast does the job. Also the pizza place behind the hotel does great pizza, rough and ready it may be but quality cannot be messed with.

    3
    « Okay place to stay but the area is not geat »

    The hotel itself is fine. The location for the redwoods Avenue of the Giants is great. We stayed here once before a year ago and I found the hotel to be okay enough that I chose to stay again. The place was clean and our room was large. The problem isn't the hotel but the area is over run with travelers and/or homeless people just hanging out everywhere. My friends and I walked to the grocery store 3 blocks away and chose to walk through an alley to avoid a big group of these people. I'm also pretty sure that we got a contact high just from that walk. I'm not opposed to pot but I don't choose to partake in it and that town smells like it showers in it. There were some of those folks in the lobby when we were checking in and they smelled so bad that my husband was ready to throw up. I don't know what else is available in the area but next time I'm down that way I'll be looking.

    2
    « Seedy and weedy location »

    We stayed 2 nights on our visit to Humboldt state park. The hotel itself is not very different from what is expected of a Best Western. Room was nice with pool/mountain view and a balcony. I typically read tripadvisor reviews before booking but in this case I booked without reading reviews and it bombed. Cons: - Garberville is homeless central, they are everywhere including in hotel parking lot at night and the 2nd floor corridor - The privilege of having morning breakfast with the homeless. Yes they just follow you into the restaraunt and no one cares. Some just barge in and take way plates stuffed with food. One guy said he works in local fast food reataraunt and took away plate full of omlettes and sausages at 8 am (not leftovers). Oh and by the way, breakfast is served with paper plates and plastic cutlery. For a room that costs $175 per night you would expect more. - Smell of weed smoke is common - Very limited restaraunt options to eat out. We tried woodrose cafe for breakfast, humboldt bar & grill for dinner and flavors for coffee. They were good but homeless were hanging out on the streets everywhere, which made it an awkward experience. Pros: -Close to Humboldt state park, Avenue of giants. -The room was nice, with good views. I would recommend to avoid Garberville.

    2
    « Safety an Issue »

    Due to the number of people who appeared to be on drugs and a person knocking on my door stating he was security when there were no security officers, I felt very unsafe at this hotel. The doors open up into the street allowing people walking by to bother you which is a problem as there appears to be a serious drug/homelessness issue in the town.

    1
    « Wow! Really! »

    Tried to make a reservation over the phone and the lady didn't want to take my number and call me back or anything. She just said she was to busy to help me. My feelings is they don't care very much bout their customers. The town is completely over run with homeless so it's just as well, we stayed at the benbow inn instead, about 2 miles south of Garberville

  • 4
    « Reasonable »

    After driving up the beautiful California coast, my wife and I were looking for a place to stay so we could see the redwoods at Avenue of the Giants (AOTG) the next day. After much research on TripAdvisor for places to stay near AOTG, this Best Western seemed to be our best choice. Other reviews say the area has a drug problem, and I'd say they're right. We arrived around 10pm and my wife felt very unsafe. The hotel is next to a bar, and according to the hotel staff, it gets very loud. During check-in, the lady at the service desk asked if we would like to be moved to the opposite side of the property, away from the bar (very kind of her to ask). We took her up on the offer, and it was indeed quiet. Pros: - clean - spacious room - reasonable price - complimentary breakfast - complimentary WiFi - friendly staff - close to AOTG Cons: - area is sketchy

    5
    « Great lodging for the location »

    Wasn't sure what to expect when we arrived in Garberville and the first thing we saw near the hotel appeared to be a gathering of street people. The hotel was great, not a reflection of the surroundings. Room had a roomy shower/tub with a nice adjustable shower head, bed was comfortable and mattress was in good shape. Wine and cheese reception was so nice! This was our first stay at a BW+, do they all offer that? The staff was generous with the snacks and wine. Front desk very welcoming and helpful, everything was clean and well maintained. There are several restaurants within walking distance.

    5
    « Gateway to Redwoods-California »

    Exceptionally clean and well-maintained facility with a very friendly and efficient staff. Wine and cheese tasting and hot breakfasts are a real plus. Located at the edge of town which is a real plus as the rest of the town of Garberville is rather shabby.

    4
    « Great Value »

    Excellent value for price - conveniently located near highway and provided clean and comfortable accommodation. The hotel did not have a restaurant and there were very few good eating options in Garberville.

    3
    « Good for the location »

    Garberville is a small town so, therefore, there isn't a lot of options but I always choose a BW if available in small towns. The hotel was nice, however, the restaurant behind the hotel was terrible--looked dirty and the food was worse than a fast food restaurant.

    5
    « Best Western Garberville »

    Reviews for this hotel were excellent and we were not disappointed. Best night sleep we had during our entire trip. Friendly, helpful staff.....would recommend for anyone in the area. Breakfast was average but good.

    4
    « Clean, Great Wine & Cheese Reception »

    The Best Western in Garberville, CA, was clean and mostly quiet after about 11 p.m. They welcomed us with a wine and cheese bar in the late afternoon hours. The server at the wine and cheese bar was very friendly, helpful, and generous. She is a great hostess who provided a generous pour of wine. There was some street noise, depending on the room, but mostley the noise came from a bar band across street. Some of the nicer rooms were centered on a nice courtyard looking onto a pool. Our room was on the end of an extension wing so we had 3 outside walls. I used ear plugs the entire night but suspect the noise died down around midnight. There was a heavy odor and smell of marijuana in much of the town which carried into the open windows during the late evening, so we closed them. Other guest commented to me about it the next morning, too. The continental breakfast consisted of the typical sausage, pre made omelet, biscuit, banana, waffle, etc. The quality of the breakfast was better than most. The garden room for both the wine and cheese reception, as well as the breakfast, was clean and had a separate entry. It had nice tables that looked out towards the courtyard and pool. The setting was pleasant. The cost for the room was $150. I score this hotel as a 4.

    5
    « nice place to stay to visit the redwoods »

    Certainly not cheap but our room was very nice. Had lots of room, with a comfortable king size bed. Nice amenities. Liked the wine and cheese in the afternoon. The breakfast was also good, they even had omelets in the line up. Very much liked the breakfast area, plenty of tables and a sun room. We were here in the middle of the week and the hotel was full both nights.

 

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