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I've grown up eating at McMenamins, but have never stayed at one of their hotels. It was as I expected, fun and quirky in the right ways. The soaking pool was amazing and their are fun little hidden rooms in a few of the buildings....More
Stayed here on a Wednesday through Friday trip had a great time in the soaking pool remember the hours for residence of the hotel only much better time to go still fun great tile work great place to relax after hiking biking or skiing had...More
My sister and I stayed at McMenamin's and loved it. If you're considering staying here - STAY HERE!!!! Besides the great location (within walking distance to everything in downtown), clean and cozy (and quiet!) room, helpful and friendly staff, this place is over-the-top in all...More
We stayed here for two nights with our high school age daughter and thought it was a hoot. Right in the downtown area, it's a quick walk to shopping and dining and coffee and entertainment. However, you'll find all of that and more right on...More
We had a king room in the main building. It was extremely quiet - never heard any noise from the hallway, patio or adjacent rooms. Wifi was great. Room was large and bathroom wasn't cramped at all. Shower water pressure was excellent and came up...More
I was in only one room so I can't answer. In fact I can't recall if there was a TV at all. There was a small sound system that handles Apple products. Since I have a Droid that was useless. Wonderful room however... More
I was in only one room so I can't answer. In fact I can't recall if there was a TV at all. There was a small sound system that handles Apple products. Since I have a Droid that was useless. Wonderful room however! Contact the hotel.
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"Rooms in the "Ed House" building would be most quiet."