|234 D Street|
|front desk is 24 hours|
|Best Western site for Palm Court|
The Best Western Palm Court Hotel is a hotel in Downtown Davis. It has been rated four diamonds by AAA. Rooms cost between $119 and $199 per night. Check in time is 2pm, check out time is 11am, and any cancellations to reservations must be made by 2pm 24 hours prior to scheduled arrival.
Payment can be made by all major credit cards, with discounts available for AAA and AARP members. Wifi is free and unencrypted throughout the hotel, with the best reception on the second floor.
There are slight variations in rooms of the same type and price:
Room 207 is a King Suite, and has two floors. It is priced the same as a normal King Suite. It is also directly above Bar Bernardo, so watch out on Thursdays and crazy weekends.
Room 214 is a Double Queen Suite. However, it has jacuzzi jets in the bath tub, unlike the other Double Queens.
Room 101 is smaller than other Queen Suites, but has a handicapped accessible bathroom.
Room 302 is the quietest in the hotel. However, some guests have had to be moved because they felt it had bad Feng Shui. This has happened more than once.
The exercise room has a jacuzzi, sauna, and a big rooftop balcony that would be perfect for watching parades or other downtown events.
Davis has another Best Western called the Best Western University Lodge. Best Westerns are independently owned and operated franchises. Best Western operates as a nonprofit membership association.
Looking for a place to stay (or for a guest to stay)? Davis has many hotel options!
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2007-08-30 22:57:05 This hotel is more elegant than most Best Westerns. In fact, for the price, it was one of the nicest hotels I've ever stayed in. University departments will put up prospective faculty here when they are trying to "woo" them. The location is right in the middle of town, so convenient to just about everything, and you can practically fall out of your room into Café Bernardo, restaurant-side or counter-side. —CovertProfessor
2009-12-12 05:43:48 WARNING: IN-HOUSE THEFT! My family was subject to a room break in, with subsequent auto theft in the supposedly secure garage. The security cameras were 'nonfunctioning' when this happened (Dec 2009) - clearly an inside job. Despite the fact that a camera, PDA and rental car were stolen, the management assumed no responsibility and did not even make the gesture of offering a refund of the cost of the stay.