Very friendly and helpful staff; good location near to restaurants & shops; clean, adequately... See full review
Aug 26, 2013
OK stopover point
Room was fine, beds were comfortable. Shower worked well. Good stopover point from a long... See full review
Sep 24, 2009
Explore Canada from this Howard Johnson Downtown Kamloops ideally located in City Centre near scenic picnics at Riverside Park, Kamloops Art Gallery, shopping, and the Royal Inland Hospital. Take the family to meet the animals at BC Wildlife Park, or see world-class performances at Sagebrush or Pavilion Theatres. Start your morning happy with a complimentary Rise and Dine continental breakfast and newspaper, before pulling out of the ample complimentary parking to explore the area. Host your next social or business event in the meeting room, and take advantage of the copy and fax services. Ask the 24-hour front desk, or connect to complimentary wireless Internet access to plan an exciting day from the comfort of your guest room. Suites are available. Pets are welcome at this smoke-free lodging.
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Room was fine, beds were comfortable. Shower worked well. Good stopover point from a long drive.
At first the internet wouldn't work, but the person at the front desk rebooted their router and it worked fine after that.
Two problems with the
room. It was a hot day and the a/c didn't cool the room much. In fact it started to make so much noise we turned it off. Also there was no screen, so we couldn't open a window when it cooled off. The deadbolt on the door stuck and we had to struggle to get it open. Could have been scary if there were a fire.
We found a nice noodle place nearby the hotel. Excellent fresh spaghetti for bargain prices.
When we arrived the room was on the second floor, no elevator and not a special needs/diability room. The room was smaller than any room I have ever been in. They were still taping the walls in in the bathroom, not even primed or painted.
No way could this be a room for the disabled. A wheelchair could barely fit through the door, let alone manueverin that room or its bathroom. The bathroom did not even have wall handles for a handicapped peron to raise themselves into or out of the bathtub.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short walk from hotel
The area was old but walking to a Denny's was not bad.