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The Renaissance Agoura Hills
December 29, 2010, 7:01 am
Filed under: California, hotels, Renaissance | Tags: , ,

The Renaissance Agoura Hills Hotel is described by Marriott on its website as “lavishly appointed.”  While I think the adjective is a bit of a hyperbole, the hotel is indeed comfortable, with all the amenities one would expect of a four-star property.  The location is excellent, near large multinationals and colossal malls (The Oaks and Camarillo Premium Outlets) alike.

The lobby is spacious, and leads to an outdoor swimming pool (the weather was too wet and frigid to permit a dip) as well as an adequately-equipped fitness center that was divided into two rooms (one for cardio equipments such as treadmills and ellipticals, and the other for weight resistance machines).  The rooms view out into the hills that form the base of the Santa Monica mountains, drawing in peaceful serenity.

The sheets were clean and comfortable, and front desk staff friendly and efficient.  All-in-all, the Renaissance Agoura Hills would make a great springboard to Los Angeles’ constellation of attractions.

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Hey David, glad to see that you’re back to blogging about hotels again, after a fairly long break. Looks like a nice way to spend Christmas, away from the hurly burly of city life in sunny sweltering Singapore. 🙂

Comment by Walter

Hi Walter, thanks for leaving a comment. 🙂 Yeah it takes quite a bit of time to take pictures, edit them, and conjure the words. But I sure am glad I found a little bit of time this Christmas break.

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