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Stayed 1 night in this historic boutique hotel. Book in was seamless and our stay had a champagne breakfast included. Staff were friendly and helpful even to the extent of making a special brew of coffee late at night with complimentary chocolate. Room was small...More
If you want to be right downtown to walk Oak street, visit the shops and be close to several restaurants this is a good spot. It is very old as they say
"historic". I think for what you get it is overpriced. There is no...More
I have stayed at the Hood River Hotel on several occasions as Hood River is one of our favorite spots. The hotel is located right in the downtown area with plenty of food, shopping and drink options in easy walking distance. If turn of the...More
Sadly, it has lost it charm and that is why I stayed there with a gal pal after not being at the hotel for some years. Got used to B&B places, but wanted that old hotel feel back. New owners have redecorated and much has...More
This is a historic hotel in a great location in the heart of Hood River. We stayed on the 3rd floor in an interior facing room, and it was quiet. Being an old hotel, the bathrooms in the room were tiny, because they used to...More
US$151 - US$217 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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We were there on a Sunday night and didn't need to pay for parking at night. However, we paid the $3 for a permit to put in our window to cover the next morning after 8 am. You can't park on the main street but it was easy... More
We were there on a Sunday night and didn't need to pay for parking at night. However, we paid the $3 for a permit to put in our window to cover the next morning after 8 am. You can't park on the main street but it was easy finding a place on the street up from the hotel--a very short walk. We loved the restaurant in the hotel and that's where we had dinner. The owner was really nice and it made for an easy place to go after a long day of driving. We later walked up and down the street and there were other nice looking and packed restaurants. Breakfast at the hotel was perfect.