We were in town only for overnight to attend a Beth Moore conference next door at the Stockton Arena. The hotel was sold out, I'm assuming due to this event. They very kindly allowed us to check in to our room earlier than the standard check in time. Our room was a bit small, but that's ok. It had an apt size fridge and standard size microwave in it. The bathroom was decent sized as well. Probably our only "complaint" was that the restaurant didn't seem to be ready for the hotel to be sold out. While the food was very good, the service was kinda slow. The outdoor area was quite nice. After the conference was over the fist night, we came back to the grassy area and pulled some chairs together to visit and chat with the other ladies who had come from our church, but were staying at a different hotel in town. If you're attending something in the DT Stockton area or the Arena, this is a very nice place to stay.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Look no further. The elegant University Plaza Waterfront Hotel stands on the water's edge alongside Stockton's beautiful Delta waterway. Recipient of the California Green Lodging Program Leadership Level award. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Sheraton Stockton
- Lexington Plaza Waterfront Stockton
- Regent Stockton