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We spent two nights at this hotel and for the money it could not be beat. The rooms were c;lean and nicely decorated. The beds although a little soft for me, were pretty good. The breakfast was nice. It had sausage, eggs, pancakes, biscuits and...More
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My girlfriend and I arrived on a cold early morning in mid October. Tired and hungry from a 12 hour drive Davindra took us in like we were family. He gave us a surprisingly great clean room at a reasonable price and even extended our...More
Recently remodeled/updated and a nice respite while close to downtown. You can see that the owner is interested in the customer needs and satisfying them. The breakfast provided was tasty and plentiful. A good value for the money.
US$55 - US$93 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Dear Traveler from Wyoming, Although this is not the best hotel in Bend it serves the purpose. It was clean, had a pool and hot tub and it was affordable. Is there a reason you didn't stay at the higher priced Fairfield or... More
Dear Traveler from Wyoming, Although this is not the best hotel in Bend it serves the purpose. It was clean, had a pool and hot tub and it was affordable. Is there a reason you didn't stay at the higher priced Fairfield or another fancier hotel? For the money I thought the Days in was fine. I admit it is in need of an upgrade at some point but in the future if you want to see a lesser site, ask me they exist. Did you enjoy Bend at all?