Did not stay longer than five minutes. Unbelievably disgusting conditions. Never vacuumed to the... See full review
Me and the family
Nov 10, 2013
The Loyalty Inn is located in Pasco, Washington. Pasco is nestled among the Columbia, Yakima, and Snake rivers. In 1805, Lewis and Clark camped at the confluence of the Columbia and Snake rivers in an area that 200 years later is called Sacagawea State Park in honor of their American Indian guide. Little did they know the surrounding area would soon be called Pasco, today a bustling, thriving community. Located just 2 miles south of the airport, at the corner of N. 18th Avenue and W. Lewis Street, The Loyalty Inn is an affordable place to stay. All rooms feature a mini-frig, wireless high speed internet, air conditioning, cable tv, self-controlled temp, remote control tv, phone, desk ,clock radio, smoke alarm, bathtub, and shower. Iron and ironing board on request.
Loyalty Inn-Pasco Rooms
1 King Bed Non Smoking
2 Double Beds NS
24 hour front desk
Television with cable
AM/FM alarm clock
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Did not stay longer than five minutes. Unbelievably disgusting conditions. Never vacuumed to the point not sure what color the carpet was. Bedding was filthy. Everything was broken. TV just a shell, no tube. The stench was unbearable and they
tried to cover it up with cheap cologne. Looked like the chairs had feces smeared on them. The sink was clogged and would not drain and the toilet hadn't been cleaned. This place looks like it was condemned and was open to transient living. The night clerk was friendly and understood we did not want to stay. He was the only decent part of this experience.