We brought our 2 grandkids here for a Valentines weekend and we had a blast! This hotel is so friendly and clean. The pool was so warm it felt like swimming in a hot tub! It was such an enjoyable stay we will be back again!
Before we arrived the front desk was so helpful as I added a night to our stay and another room to our booking at the last minute. Room were clean and comfortable, staff was very friendly and attentive, breakfast was plentiful and just what we needed before some cycling into the headwinds of the ...
Older but comfortable room. No funky smells you sometimes get in an older building. It was comfortable and pleasant. I enjoyed the breakfast that was provided. Kind of nice way to start the day having that all there and ready rather than having to rush to get ready and go out. Plenty of goodies available. ...
Well appointed and nicely sized rooms. Call it updated mid-century modern decor with a fridge and microwave to boot. Very impressive for the price. However, I wish they'd directed some of money spent on decor and, instead, spent it on a more quiet air conditioner. Every time it came on, which was ...
There is nothing wrong with this Travelodge, but it is the definition of "motor lodge". It is very spare, clean and comfortable but in no way "nice." It does the job, but should be considered only for those who need a place to stay, but not a place to spend any time in. FYI, the free breakfast, as ...
This was my second stay at the Blue Mountain Hotel. If you want new or fancy, go elsewhere. I want a clean room with friendly staff where everything works - at a reasonable price. I get that here.
Everything was great, except the bed was not comfortable at all. We stay at hotels often and this bed was not the best.
Before we arrived the front desk was so helpful as I added a night to our stay and another room to our booking at the last minute. Room were clean and comfortable, staff was very friendly and attentive, breakfast was plentiful and just what we needed before some cycling into the headwinds of the surrounding area. This is where we will stay every time we're in Walla Walla!
Location is great and the breakfast was better than other Holiday Inn Express we have stayed in.
Famous for its sweet onions, Walla Walla is located in Washington near the Oregon border. It is also famous for its many wineries. Walla Walla hotels offer many choices, including bed and breakfasts, economy, and luxury hotels. The majority of the hotels in Walla Walla offer free wireless Internet, continental breakfasts, and workout areas. Two of the most popular Walla Walla hotels are the historic Marcus Whitman Hotel and the Best Western Plus.
The Marcus Whitman Hotel & Conference Center has ballrooms and meetings rooms to host any conference or function, and includes all modern amenities.
Guests staying at Walla Walla hotels have plenty of dining options. Those who enjoy Mediterranean food should check out Saffron Mediterranean Kitchen. Another popular dining option is Jacoby's Cafe, which features a great wine list and mouth-watering Italian dishes.
Visitors looking to leave their Walla Walla hotels should take a tour of the city's fantastic wineries. The most popular is Walla Walla Vintners, which is located on one of the city's most beautiful properties. The fabulous winery provides tours, wine tasting, and scenic picnic areas.
Vacationers staying at a Walla Walla hotel should consider a trip to Misbehaven Spa & Salon, the 2010 Salon Today 200 Winner. The spa offers facials, manicures, massages, and pedicures.
The Walla Walla Sweets, a summer collegiate baseball team, plays at the Borleske Stadium. The Walla Wall Sweets Rollergirls is a roller derby league that plays at the local YMCA.