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HOJOs -- Quietest Rooms?

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  • HOJOs -- Quietest Rooms?

    Let me just admit it: I am a noise-a-phobe. I am extremely picky and overly-sensitive to sound. So HOJOs -- while it sounds (pardon the pun) like a FANTASTIC place, has that one achilles heal: the roar of the freeway. Now I have read all sorts of reviews on various sites and it seems that Building 2 (facing the pool) is a good choice for quiet. Also, some of the shorter buildings (I believe # 3 and 4?) have had good reviews. Does anyone have any other input from recent experience? TIA

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    Re: HOJOs -- Quietest Rooms?

    We stayed in building 3 ground floor and it was very quiet. I am a very light sleeper and I slept soundly.
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      Re: HOJOs -- Quietest Rooms?

      Originally posted by pratt55 View Post
      We stayed in building 3 ground floor and it was very quiet. I am a very light sleeper and I slept soundly.
      Thank you, Pratt55.

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