We three stayed for one night in February. The hotel is on the south edge of town, sharing a parking area with a Mr. Mikes. Reception was good. We got a double queen room on the second floor facing east. The room was good sized, with all usual amenities. There was a small table with two chairs to sit/read/whatever, along with a bar fridge and coffee maker. Lighting was adequate, but not bright. Temperature control was by wall thermostat and worked fine. The room was clean, and the beds were comfy. Many area workers use the hotel, so breakfast starts early and ends at 10 am. There were scrambled cheesy eggs, sausages (smokies), waffles, bread to toast, bagels, oatmeal, etc. etc. The breakfast room isn't large, but adequate, particularly when the workers have left. Overall we recommend the hotel for a good stay when in Slave Lake.…
Front desk staff does not provide any information about their property. Pillows are beyond horrible… caused sore necks, and we eventually had to give up trying to use them and had to sleep without pillows the first night and go out and buy pillows for the second night. All the beds are awful, caused sore backs and hips. Bunk beds in the family suite are horrible, the bunk beds are worse than the king bed, and the king bed was horrible. Stair wells reek of cigarette smoke. Front desk staff rudely questioned our request for more blankets for the bunk beds as they only provide thread bare blankets for the bunks. Also rudely questioned our request for more face cloths and towels. One towel had a pubic hair woven into the fabric. Parking lot is too small for the property and has huge pot holes. Beyond horrible hotel, do not stay here!…
Hotel is clean and presentable. Staff are oblidging and pleasant. Easy to find off main highway. Rooms are very acceptable and functional. The breakfast is a do it yourself cold food operation but quiet OK for travellers, we enjoyed it.
Overall, this is a good hotel to stay at and my preference in Slave Lake.These are some of the things I noticed: Things that were average: The normal weak hot breakfast that is normal at hotels. Sausages paddy-style and hard boiled eggs on the hot section. 3 yogurt in the fridge. waffle maker. several pre-made coffee urns. instant oatmeal, plain, no oatmeal toppings. decent sitting area. Terrible decaf and no ability to use your own coffee (cuisinart package brew in the room). Can't comment on caffeinated. The tea selection is okay. Poor desk light/main area of room not lit very well other than front entrance and bathroom pillows too puffy no kettle for guests to use during stay somewhat ambivalent staff, but wherever possible my requests were met (low scent room - accomplished by getting a room that wasn't cleaned same day as arrival, respected do not disturb sign to have no room service on a two night stay, provided a bigger container to make my breakfast) outdoor flood light shining in room (ground floor) and impossible to have total dark even with blackout curtains Better than average and the reason I like it here: Comfortable bed (no low back pain and I often have back trouble from beds) hot water available at kitchen 24/7 (hello tea drinkers) great room layout with space for yoga in room 116 (can't speak to other rooms) room close to exit and easy access to truck Steady power at the outlets with 110 power A bit away from the business area, less traffic going by than other hotels Mr.Mike's in same parking lot…
I’ve been here for a month for work and it’s a nice place rooms are clean staffs freindly breakfast is superb waffle make and mix there bacon and eggs or sausage and eggs every morning and all the other usuals, but my complaint is parking there’s rarely a spot and when there is it takes half a hour to squeeze a company truck it if they re did the parking lot it would be a great place
Stopped into Slave Lake area for business and decided to try out the Lakeview Inn. This is what I experienced. Checking was great, host was polite, rooms reasonably priced. Got to my room and TV did not work, had to call front desk to get it straightened out. Pillows are all round chunks of foam, no variety in size or thickness. When every light in the room was turned on it still seemed dark and dingey. Room was tidy and not too bad for cleanliness. Went out to “free” breakfast. no coffee, no bacon, very limited selection of food. Overall I would say I will not stay here again. I stay in a lot of hotels and this is not in my top 100. Sorry Lakeview Inn.
Friendly, helpful staff. They have a senior discount but the promo rate was better. Rooms are clean, smell fresh. Internet spotty (worked better on android phone vs iPhone). TV OK, small range of channels but they offer free movies at front desk. Bathroom: shower is good; guys, watch out for high level cold water during courtesy flush. Breakfast has usual fare: bagels, breads, muffins, cereal, bacon, eggs, yogurt, assortment of beverages. Enjoyed our stay. Will search out other Lakeview hotels in our travels!
First time staying here. The front desk staff were very accommodating and were very informative. The room was very comfy and well maintained. No worries at all. Convenience to the next level everything you need is very close, even in walking distance, I needed a bathing suit to sit in the hot tub and Wal Mart was right there. I ate at Mr. Mikes which was basically in the parking lot. I had a wonderful stay, will definitely be returning.
I stayed at this hotel for almost a week on business in Slave Lake, the staff were friendly, rooms were clean, everything was very professional at this hotel. Well done to the staff and manager for the great experience.
Have stayed here regularly on business and find the accommodations very clean, beds comfortable, heat is adjustable, and for the most part I haven't been bothered by the noise of other guests. As well, the staff are efficient, organized, and friendly every time.