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Everything done right
Oct 5th, 2020
I just stayed one night and from check in to check out, every protocol was followed. Temperature taken at front door after two nice gentleman opened it for you every time. Concise rules at check in and poolside. Big beautiful room with extra fresh towels and amenities. Easy communication with staff. Great location in town, with easy walking to restaurants and wine tasting. (If open). This is the way hotels should be run now. We felt safe and comfortable at all times. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
Sep 21st, 2020
We have stayed in quite a few of the hotels in Solvang and Hotel Corque is our new favorite. Beautiful lobby and grounds, friendly and attentive staff. We stayed in a King Mission room on the 2nd floor which was huge. The bathroom was awesome, with a shower (with 2 shower heads!) and a giant tub. We had a good sized balcony that overlooked the pool. They do check your temperature on your way in and give you a wristband to show you've been checked, which seemed a bit overkill, I didn't like having to wear a scratchy wristband on my vacation. There was no breakfast or room service available but there are so many lovely bakeries in Solvang this wasn't an issue. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
No safety protocols
Aug 16th, 2020
We have stayed here before, pre-pandemic, and enjoyed the outdoor patio area and restaurant. This time we knew that there was no food or beverage service. Do not understand why they put a $100 hold on credit card for incidentals when no incidentals are offered. That was annoying but what was terrifying was a power outage in the morning. We could not call for assistance because the phone system did not work. Bathroom was pitch dark. We were on the 3rd floor; my husband has balance issues due to previous surgeries and has difficulty with stairs. We were at a total loss as how to negotiate our way out. The hotel hallway had a few dim safety lights and that was all. After about an hour and a half, I helped my husband down the stairs and then made several trips to get our belongings. I was never so happy to leave a hotel in my life. This hotel either has no back up safety plan for power outages or failed to implement them. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
Safer at home — at their “home”
Aug 9th, 2020
What a lovely, safe hotel stay! Great staff, safe environment, beautiful hotel. Everyone is self-temperature-taken (with the machine that looks like an ATM, right at the lobby door), and lots of guidelines and process to keep everyone safe. Pool was open and wonderful. Wine tasting patios and outdoor restaurants everywhere. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
Very nice, even during COVID
Jul 31st, 2020
My husband and I stayed here July 27-29, a Monday - Weds. The hotel was full, but we never felt that it was crowded. Temperatures were checked at the door and we were given a wristband to avoid multiple checks as we went in and out during the day. Keep in mind a hotel stay is different during the pandemic: There is no daily maid service, no room service and no vending machines. Ice is still available. Understandable and no problem for us. We stayed in room 308, a Treetop Room. It was a very nice room and had a great bathroom with double vanities on opposite sides of the room, which we loved. My only complaint is that the room was billed as having "French doors opening to a breezy balcony". There were indeed french doors and it was nice and breezy...but there is no balcony. I have attached a photo. When we stay here again, we will request one of the rooms with real balconies, overlooking the pool. One of the reasons I booked this hotel is it's pool and little fabric enclosed cabanas. I was so looking forward to a swim after a day of wine tasting. However, there were so many kids in the pool all day, playing games and being kids that there was no way an unrelated adult would be comfortable trying to swim among them. Maybe management would consider an adult hour in the late afternoon or early evening? We spoke to several others who were hoping for some post wine pool time. Overall, a lovely hotel! TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
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