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All reviewsclock towerwafflesmain buildingbaldwin saloonheart of downtownwithin walking distancebreakfast room isplace to stayhard boiled eggsan older hotelbed was comfortablefront desk staffshower headthe riverstaff was very friendlyclean roomsnice breakfast
I have been staying here several times a years for the past 3 years. It's clean. It's affordable (Kind of pricey in the summer.......so I often will camp.) I love staying here though. The staff is always accommodating. The rooms updated and comfortable beds. Greeted...More
Right in the middle of downtown. Clean rooms and nice breakfast. I would stay there again. All at a very reasonable price. They had the necessary amenities, and lots of stuff within walking distance to the hotel.
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Response from TheDallesInnManager, General Manager at The Dalles InnResponded 22 August 2017
Thank you for the great review! Hope to see you again!
The out side of the building looks dated, but the rooms are redecorated and looks very nice. I have no complaints there. However why I would not go back is the bed was sleeping directly on ply wood. It was offal. I need a firm...More
The staff were great and very accommodating! Use of the conference room at no charge and continental breakfast wasn't bad. Coffee/tea in the lobby and cookies! Also dog friendly! Wish I could have brought my dog on my work trip.
When we're in The Dalles we always stay here. Welcoming friendly staff, clean rooms, spacious bathrooms and dog friendly.
Centrally located, walkable to many destinations.
Our family appreciates the pool and complimentary delicious and fulfilling breakfast too!
Response from westoverinns | Property representative |
In The Dalles the trains are not allowed to blow their whistle within the city limits, so they aren't a problem when trying to sleep. Most people don't notice them at night. There isn't a set train schedule so we never... More
In The Dalles the trains are not allowed to blow their whistle within the city limits, so they aren't a problem when trying to sleep. Most people don't notice them at night. There isn't a set train schedule so we never know when they are going to run.
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"don't get room 206 and hopefully the other beds are not as bad"