Flamingo Motor Lodge of San Jose

Where
1084 The Alameda, San Jose , CA
Call
+1 408.297.4115
Web
Flamingo Motor Lodge of San Jose Website
Tags
Economy Hotels, Motels
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Budget Lodging for Locals and Travelers Alike
The Flamingo Motel is a South Bay budget hotel where travelers can enjoy the convenience of a central San Jose location for a fraction of the price. Clean, simply appointed rooms and traditional amenities allow guests to settle in comfortably to this fantastically located San Jose hotel.

Though this economy hotel doesn’t feature a restaurant of its own, there are several eateries within walking distance, including inexpensive spots like Togo’s Sandwiches and popular, pricier destinations like Seven Restaurant & Lounge. There are also a few markets nearby, as well as larger stores like Longs Drugs.

Stay Near Downtown San Jose, Willow Glen and the Rose Garden
Centrally located on the Alameda, the Flamingo Motel puts guests in the heart of some of San Jose’s most vibrant and beautiful neighborhoods. Willow Glen is an affluent nook filled with dozens of galleries, boutiques and excellent restaurants. Downtown San Jose, which is walking distance from this inexpensive hotel, is a bastion of nightlife and dining hotspots. The beautiful Rose Garden is a floral retreat only a five-minute drive from this hotel on the Alameda.

Families on a budget who are visiting San Jose can enjoy spending less on their accommodations and more on enjoying visiting popular nearby attractions like the Museum of Modern Art, the Children’s Discovery Museum, the Tech Museum and any of the surrounding area’s beautiful parks.

San Jose State and Santa Clara University
The Flamingo Motel is a suitable option for budget-conscious students and their families. After a night downtown, Santa Clara University students can save themselves the hassle of driving by booking a room at this cheap San Jose hotel. Additionally, parents on a strict budget can enjoy staying in San Jose while visiting students from either university without draining their bank accounts.

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