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The room we got was clean and big but there was no usable wifi . TV was old and had no reception. The bed made a awful noise when you set on it. Small towels and only one washcloth for two people. For the cost...More
My boyfriend and I decided last minute to book a room in Spokane for the night. We read reviews on the Tiki Lodge and understood that it was the basics, but knew it was close to downtown (which is a plus) so we went for...More
Let's be honest folks, you get what you pay for when it comes to hotels. This has been the case for most places I have visited in the US and in Asia. This is no exception, it is priced in the $60-90 range depending on...More
uneducated staff (to put politely)
Smelly room of pee + stale cigarettes
Won't give back deposit-uses dirty towels as excuse (dirt from child's foot
Loud train every 10 mins 24/7
I have been at the Tiki for quite awhile and enjoy being there the staff is amazeing the rooms are fantastic and its close to restraunts and other places to go visit. I recommend using this motel even if its for a short stay. The...More
US$61 - US$90 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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No, no pool, no alarm clock in the room, (bring your own), no phone, just a very basic room that smelled of smoke, even being a non-smoking designated room. I've learned that one has to spend probably more than $80 - $90 a... More
No, no pool, no alarm clock in the room, (bring your own), no phone, just a very basic room that smelled of smoke, even being a non-smoking designated room. I've learned that one has to spend probably more than $80 - $90 a night to get those ammenities.