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On check in - there was a sign stating that breakfast had been discontinued. They didn't provide coffee or hot chocolate in the lobby or the room. Just a thermos with hot water for tea. Most of the night there was banging going on (Construction??) on the floor above the rooms.
Ok, where do I start... first of all this isn't a Ramada inn, it's been changed and is now a Red Lion Inn. All of us checking in yesterday were confused because we had made our reservations for a Ramada. My first room, yes, my first room, didn't have a TV that worked, so I got a new room. That room had a broken window, so...a new room for me. But here is what I learned; One room had a clock, but it didn't work. The second room didn't have a clock at all. One room had a fridge but no micro, the other room had both but the fridge was stuck on freeze so everything you put in there froze! One room had a phone that worked, the other didn't. One room had AC that worked, another didn't. No coffee makers in any room. So dusty. Nothing had been dusted in either rooms in quite a while. Yes, the bathroom was clean and the bed was comfy so if that's all you're looking for then you're set. But...the bed skirt in every room was filthy with drips of..whatever on them. Each room had one thing in common though. Each room had the same grimy upholstered chair in the corner. I wouldn't even set my purse on it let alone my butt! The desk chair in one room was just as bad. Air conditioning in the rooms but not in the hotel lobby. The breakfast nook in the morning was unbearably warm. Too warm to eat there in comfort. The continental breakfast was...alright, but not great. No cinnamon rolls or pastry worth eating. The sausage was terrible. They ran out of trays and other supplies which made it hard to eat your nosh. So many little things going wrong that the poor girl running the place (only one young lady, bless her heart. She was running everywhere putting out fires) was hard to find at the front desk when you needed her. No coffee makers in the rooms but there was a coffee station downstairs in the lobby. Oh..and there are no elevators so if you've got luggage, get a ground floor. Which made me wonder...in Washington State, anywhere actually, you can't have handicapped rooms without elevators and my third room on the top floor was definitely a wheelchair room. The Corral Buffet is right next door but it's not cheap! And don't expect any healthy foods. I had to ask for fresh salad greens because what was there was inedible and bruised. I was told that I should look around the place and notice that I was probably the only one wanting salad! Still, I got fresh greens. I won't come back to this place. Maybe it's just me but I when I pay this much to stay someplace, I expect a working TV, fridge, micro, faucets (all were backwards so cold was hot and vice versa), door lock, windows, phones, remotes, you name it. I couldn't hit a total satisfaction in the three rooms I had in one evening. If you just want a bed and clean bathroom, and don't need all the other amenities, then this is for you but if you like the little things that come with a room that you're paying over $100 for, don't choose this one. No matter how close to the college it is! Noisy on the side of the Hwy 2. I had one room that was on the back side and it was pretty quiet but alas, I didn't stay in that room because the TV didn't work and no micro. The WiFi was sketchy too. And I found at 9PM, I couldn't get online at all with a message telling me that Red Lion was rerouting my web service. It wasn't rerouted, it was just stopped.
I had the worst stay at this motel. The room wasn't even clean or made up when i checked in. I tried contacting their employee melissa and had to leave 3 messages before i even heard back from her and then once i did she called me just to tell me that there is nothing she can do and she left never to be seen again. And im glad i will never have to deal with her again. Will never stay there again EVER!!!
One person on staff completely ruined my review. Stayed here for 3 months. Wouldn't recommend it to a homeless person for free. Lost my business at Whyndam forever. I travel the entire country so Whyndam just lost out on tens of thousands a year from my company. Congratulations! If I were this hotel, the guy that works at night would be immediately terminated for the way I was treated, especially after this hit for future income.
I only stayed one night but the breakfast was great and the staff was helpful and very courteous especially Melissa. My room was very clean and the bed was quite comfortable. I will stay at the Ramada again.
Felt very safe at night with the parking location and easy access to the secured entrance to the building. Staff was very helpful and accommodating during a busy week that I needed to stay to assure me I would be able to stay in the same room during my entire stay. Breakfast perfect in the morning. I will recommend this property and will return again.
Old hotel that has had a facelift... but saw needles in parking lot , hall way smelled of marijuana, and our room had that “cover up hotel deodorizer smell” .. and I don’t think the shower curtain in had ever been cleaned! Pretty expensive $225 night for a crappy place , but beds were nice . Nice hotel clerk , but when I and another person mentioned the smell of pot - it was yeah, really nothing we can do ...bottom line , wewill not stay again.
Great location, close to Whitworth University. Breakfast was good, general manager kind. Otherwise, the room actually sloped, felt like we were sinking. The sliding glass door on our room didn't actually latch. Our room was never cleaned and the excuse, both days was staff who'd called in sick. My thought, find employees at other corporately owned properties and get additional help. Would have expected more than a simple, I'm sorry, we are doing what we can and..."here....grab whatever towels you need in our pile of laundry" response. The price we paid didn't match the poor results we experienced. Will stay elsewhere in the future for certain.
This was a nice place to stay. It was a last minute trip and we were able to get a room even when everything else was full. The room was clean and the front entry was nice. The front desk person was very helpful.
Very nice hotel. The staff was amazingly friendly and helpful. The breakfast was very good- blueberry waffles, cream cheese and strawberries anyone?! Hot foods as well. The beds were very comfortable and the pillows were amazing. The room was very large and roomy. I like a hotel room that separates the bathtub and toilet from the sink like this one did. Big hallways. One very special treat for readers was a LIBRARY! at the end of the 3rd floor hall. That was enough to make me want to stay for more nights. The location is very central and provides easy access to the rest of Spokane. There was also an indescribable something that made this hotel so comfortable. It felt good to be there.
Located in North Spokane within 2 miles (3 km) of NorthTown Mall, Hotel Spokane North is within a few miles (5 km) of Whitworth University. This 96-room hotel has an outdoor pool, free in-room WiFi, and a fitness center.
All 96 air-conditioned accommodations feature a separate bedroom. Guests can expect free WiFi and 32-inch TVs with cable channels. Bathrooms have hair dryers and free toiletries. Phones and ironing boards are other standard amenities.
Hotel Spokane North features an outdoor pool, a fitness center, and spa services. The 24-hour front desk has staff always at the ready. Additional amenities include a computer station, laundry facilities, and a fireplace in the lobby.