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Downtown Hood River's oldest and most beloved vintage hotel. This property can be the base camp for year round adventure, top restaurants on the surroundings, breweries, wineries, top locations to visit and the world famous Fruit Loop. the establishment hasve 41 rooms, including 9 suites, all cozy and dog-friendly to relax and unwind while you have the best vacations ever. Join the friendly staff at Hood River today; your gateway to adventure with the whole family to have the best time ever!.
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Dirt, danger, death
Reviewed 5 november, 2021
They suggest you pay them $10 a day to park in a lot down a steep hill, by the railroad tracks, hidden by trees and brush, and unlighted, a perfect spot for everything from car prowlers to serial killers. There is a huge moose head in the lobby and more over the staircases. When the elevator starts it makes a terrifying crashing sound. There was an enormous nasty picture over the bed in my room of a large dead buck and a woman straddling the body, with her rifle pointed down at the body between her spread legs. In the flophouse bathroom was a thick strip of mold under the rim of the toilet, and an ancient, beat-up toilet seat. The grout in the shower was filthy and there were wide cracks in the shower floor. Worst of all, when the shower floor gets wet it is slippery as ice and there isn’t even a grab bar to hold onto.
Older hotel with newer vibe
Reviewed 25 october, 2021
We stayed in the Evoke Winery Suite during our visit to Hood River. We had an outdoor entry, a small but efficient kitchen, living room area, bedroom and bath. I think that the room was extremely overpriced. Earplugs were provided but did not help with the bass boom from somewhere nearby dung the night. The sound of the trains were very relaxing to me but the continuous bass bumps were not. I don't know where the sound came from but it kept me from falling asleep quickly, The decor is quirky but not convincing to me. The staff was extremely helpful and kind.
Reviewed 16 october, 2021
Very, very noisy: trains, creaky floorboards, plumbing, thin walls. Get a room on the street if you possibly can, but don’t expect great sleep. On the plus side: bags of charm, great location, lovely lounge chairs in which you can cosy up to a roaring fire.
Reviewed 30 june, 2021
We were in Hood River during the record-breaking heat wave so we spent more time in our cool hotel than expected. It an adorable room with every amenity we could need and the location was perfect--easily walkable to great restaurants, including the Nordic-spired Broder Ost, which is adjacent to the building. Just a dreamy stay in a beautiful historic hotel. We'll be back for sure.
Don't stay here ever!
Reviewed 6 june, 2021
Omg where do I start? I visited this hotel during covid and I think the "friendly" staff everyone talks about need to seriously get called out. They are all laughing behind your back after they are so fake to your face. I stayed here during covid and They had actual homeless people staying at the hotel. They literally segregated them with barriers in the hotel and told the non homeless, elite looking guests they wouldn't dare go near the homeless people that they were housing. They fired an employee because she was overweight and had COPD and had a hard time wearing a mask and needed brief breaks. These guys have zero compassion. James, Jeremy, Jed and Matt should all be fired. They are all fake, rude, two faced liars. Good luck with your karma guys!