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Morton, Washington
Reviewed 19 June 2016 via mobile

I stayed in the Randle Motel from March to the middle of May, 2016. The motel is rustic, and full of charm as you would expect in the mountains. Though dated in decor, it is clean and comfortable. The plumbing works as does the lights, mini fridge and microwave. There is the flat screen TV for those who want it,...

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2Thank andyandersonusa
Randle, Washington
Reviewed 7 August 2015

We love old motels. This is clean and comfortable. If you're used to chain hotels, you will most likely not enjoy this rustic experience. For us it's a nice break from camping for a night. Good bed, hot shower, local bar and coffee shop. Right near the river!

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1Thank Leesa C
Duisburg, Germany
Reviewed 6 August 2014

Pictures on the internet looked rather inviting and as it seemed the only motel close to our planned route, we decided to stay a night. The room couldn't have been equpped with much older or dirtier furniture. The 'kitchen' only contained a big bottle of bleach and one single fork. The fridge was more or less brown from all the...

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2Thank Claudia D
Manchester, NH
Reviewed 16 September 2013

This was the worst place we stayed during a 10 day tour of southern Washington. Rooms are smelly and run down. Don't even consider staying here. Some of the people in our group would have preferred camping rather than stay in this place.

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4Thank ronowitz
Reviewed 27 August 2013

Expected a cozy, old-fashioned motor court of childhood family travel memories. Cozy! If you have no sense of smell because the odor was overwhelming. Cozy if black mold in the tub is your thing. Cozy if you are ok to leave the room windows open due to the stench but there are no screens and barely better than rags for...

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1Thank Phyllis267
Wenatchee, Washington
Reviewed 18 August 2013

The website is a complete lie as to its appearance and comfort. The only thing good about the room was the TV. The tub had duct tape to prevent leaks and numerous tile in varying stages of crumbling. There was a brand new faucet on the sink. The ancient mattresses they called beds were on wooden decks that popped and...

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3Thank MaryZ1Z1
Broomfield, Colorado
Reviewed 21 September 2011

I can only hope that the rooms without the kitchenette were renovated and much nicer... We had to change our night of stay, so we were "upgraded" to the studio type room. It had a small kitchenette equipped with 2 electric burners, a sink, micro, fridge/freezer and coffee maker. We were provided with coffee filters, 2 plastic cups and 2...

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2Thank vicariouslythrulisa
San Diego, California
Reviewed 15 October 2010

it reminded me of my grandparents fishing cabin, retro and all. owner lets you know where all things you need are at. walking distance to libary, store,bar and restraunt along with post office. at 4 corners in town turn and go only about 1 - 2 miles and you start in the natl. park mt. st. hellen. loved this place...

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1Thank wolfriley
Randle, Washington
Reviewed 20 May 2010

Randle Motel was a quiet and relaxing place to stay with friendly people and plenty of amenities near by. The rooms are nice and big. Kitchens are available and the service cant be beat. My family only planned on staying for a week but we liked it there so much that we stayed for 6 weeks. I would recomend Randle...

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Address: 9780 US-12, Randle, WA 98377
Region: United States > Washington > Randle
Price Range: $66 - $93 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 8
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“$50/ night! You can not beat that!”
 of 5 bubbles 64leesac, 7 Aug 2015 | Read review
“There is no way to choose a good room at the this hotel. They are so run down and awful, there would be no way to pick a room that would be better than another.”
 of 5 bubbles MaryZ1Z1, 18 Aug 2013 | Read review
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