Kellogg West Conference Center & Lodge3801 W. Temple Avenue, Pomona, CA (Map)
Nestled within one of Californias few remaining natural black walnut groves the hotel is atop a treelined hillside looking over the campus of one of the leading educational institutions in Southern California Cal Poly Pomona University. Guest rooms are located within a backdrop of singing birds and various species of wildlife in their natural setting of over 75 varieties of plants and trees. The lodge atomsphere transcends to the newly renovated guest rooms and suites. Upgraded hotel amenities raw pine furniture earth toned bedding and overstuffed chairs will delight you the moment you walk into the room.
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Kellogg West Conference Center & Lodge Guest Reviews
Overall Guest Score: Very Good | 4.17 out of 5
Exceptional | 5 out of 5
BY: Melvin, Carlsbad
Mon, 8 April 2013
The place was a little hard to find only because the address wasn't the exact location of the hotel itself.
Good | 3.5 out of 5
Tue, 9 April 2013
The hotel was in a great location for the tour/orientation of the CalPoly Pomona campus. Coming from Northern CA, it was a long drive, so having a hotel right on campus was perfect for our needs. It served the purpose of what we needed for the weekend. The breakfast coupons to the hotel restaurant were a nice addition. The front desk representative was very friendly and helpful with maps of the area and of the campus, as well as answering other questions we had. This hotel served it's purpose for what was needed.
Wonderful | 4.5 out of 5
Sat, 30 March 2013
Hard to find... Enter from W Temple and go north on University. Front door banged up. Bed was WONDERFUL! Enjoyed free breakfast. TV reception extremely poor.
Good | 3.5 out of 5
Tue, 26 March 2013
This is a quiet hotel on the grounds of Cal Poly Pomona. The setting is beautiful and garden-like. Students run the hotel/conference center and are helpful and pleasant. Bring your own shampoo because they are trying to be "green" and give you tiny little bottles. I'm sure the front desk or housekeeping will give you more if you ask. There is breakfast included, and there are small fridges in the room, but you will need to go off campus to find sit-down restaurants. There are fast food places on campus, but we went during spring break and they were all closed.There is free Wi-fi and satellite tv, but no movies to order. I liked it there and would go again.