- EV Charging Station,
- Pet Friendly,
- Restaurant / Lounge,
- Internet Access,
- Air Conditioning,
Bike Friendly Business Amenities:
- Bike Tours,
- Bike Rentals,
TripAdvisor Ratings & Reviews
New hotel in hip area
Jupiter hotel has an older cheaper motel section and a new super hip hotel across the street. The hotel is beautiful, comfy bed, view of city through big glass windows, slate floors in the bathroom and a Alexa device to ask information about the hotel. While I was there they were installing bee hives on the roof garden. The restaurant in the motel was tasty and not expensive. Lots of vintage clothing shops in the area.
fun place in a great location
this is a one of kind ...fun place to stay. Our room was fresh and clean with comfortable beds and plenty of towels and nice toiletry products. We had a great 2 night stay. This hotel has a concert venue and we actually went to show...we loved it. There is a fun bar (with lots of outside seating) so it gets a little rowdy . We didn't mind at all....we thought it was LIVELY. Great food in the restaurant too....excellent breakfasts. The staff is all young and hip and very good at what they do, and they have great recommendation. It rained pretty much the 2 days we were there and they helped us with what to do and what to see and fun places to visit. We had an excellent stay. IF you do not want this noisier vibe the you have to make sure to book a room in their NEXT location on #900. We will be back !!!!!!!!!!
Cute boutique hotel
This hotel is unique, different, and cute. I want to call it hipster central. The accommodations are not the best, but the staff and the stylish decor is pretty cool. One strange thing - I have never been to a hotel that provided their own branded condoms. Weird!!!!
Cheap accommodation / luxury price - RUN!
Zero stars! It’s 11pm on a Sunday. I have work tomorrow. There is currently obscenely loud rock music coming through the walls of my room 229. I called the front desk to see if they could deal with the obnoxious noise issue. I was informed that the hotel has a bar side and a non-bar side. If you are unlucky enough to get a room on the bar side, then you run the risk that the Oak Room, which shares a parking lot with the hotel, will be having a dance party that will be going on until 2am, and there’s nothing that the hotel staff can do about it. After looking at other similar reviews on Google, I suspect the hotel staff will probably reply to this review saying that I need to contact the web site I booked the room through to let them know of an anomaly in this hotel’s profile since their site should show options for the quiet/loud sides. Apparently this is my problem? How? In the hotel staff’s reply to this review I would like them to explain this. Unacceptable response to your guests, guys. The desk clerk I spoke with offered a room in a different part of the hotel that is quieter, but that would only be for two of the nights I have booked since the hotel is fully booked; I would have had to move back to the noisy room for the last two nights of my stay. This is a semi-reasonable accommodation on the part of the hotel staff, but to be honest, it felt like lip service and the inconvenience was unacceptable at the time. If I had known the noise could be an issue then I would have never booked this hotel. I will not book this hotel again, and I’m tempted to cancel my reservation now to look elsewhere. The noise here is really unacceptable given the fact that I’m paying for this room. Jupiter hotel has basically lied to me in making me think this is a good place to rest. Update: since I booked this through a travel site for work, the reservation cancellation deadline was the day before I arrived, so I’m stuck here listening to the party for the next two nights.
Awesome Place, Poor Accommodations
There’s so much to love about this place. The hotel has a very unique style and when booking, it was clear that many of the rooms even had their own individual unique motif. Excellent cool factor, just what you’d hope for in a city that’s reputed for being weird. They even supply the rooms with multicolored chalk and encourage you to decorate your door. The staff were a perfect extension of this. All of them were engaging, friendly, and very helpful. The lounge located right in the middle of the buildings is great. It operates entirely independent of the hotel so it doesn’t supply breakfast or serve drinks you can take back to your room, no free admission when there’s a cover, but it’s a cool place that draws in a lot of locals on its own merit. That said, when booking online I was able to choose a room based on being further from their patio (the “chill side”). The night they had live music, I couldn’t hear a peep of it inside my room. Unfortunately, the great face they maintain is where the service stops. I filtered my search results based on finding a facility with free parking, which was a big factor in choosing Jupiter, but when I arrived it was valet only at $29/day. The room I stayed in was remarkably tiny and old. I haven’t happened across a room this small even in my travels to LA, New York, or Tokyo. No closet, just 2 small drawers for storage. Small TV, small (translates to roaring loud) AC unit, small commode. The mildew smell is on the extreme side. The towels and bath tissue are among the most abrasive I’ve come across. The worst part was still the hot water pressure- it was comically low in both the sink and the shower. If I had to guess, maybe 20% of what the cold side put out. Consistently, no matter what time of day I tried it. The WiFi was ok, but completely unsecured and open to all in a pretty busy neighborhood. I wouldn’t connect anything with sensitive data to it. They got me there under the false pretense of free parking, which ended up costing almost $100 with tips, then charged as much per night as frankly much nicer hotels located in more desirable neighborhoods, then provide the bare minimum in many areas of comfort. The staff and other positives did make for a somewhat enjoyable stay, I really wish I could say better things about this place, but I’d never stay at a place like this on purpose. I probably would swing by the neighborhood again to visit the lounge and the pizza place just down the street.