Check-out ends at: 11:00
1510 E Front St, Port Angeles, WA 98362, USA - Washington, Washington - U.S - 98362
Check-out ends at: 11:00
Reviewed 19 august, 2022
These are the comments I submitted to the General Manager: "We checked in on August 18 and had requested 2 queen beds in a pet friendly room, only to find we were mistakenly booked in a king bed room. The clerk was able to find a room with 2 queens. We moved our things in. Then we noticed 3 dirty towels - one with black stains, one with a pink stain (wondering if it was left over blood), and a black pair of dirty pants with rips next to the bed (between the bed and the bathroom). The room smelled musty and it was difficult negotiating in it with the over sized furniture (Room 114). Due to the lack of cleanliness we found, we were not wanting to touch anything in the room nor use the beds. I went to the front desk to report this and requested a refund as we were not willing to stay there. The clerk said there was a $50 fee for cancellation. I was astounded and relayed that I would not pay for a room with dirty towels and old pants left on the floor. The clerk waived the $50 fee and returned my entire booking fee. Your hotel room cleanliness is unacceptable. In addition, it is in need of outdoor cleaning, maintenance, and painting."
Barely two star hotel - avoid if you can
Reviewed 15 august, 2022
We booked a room in this hotel to stay one night before leaving for Victoria on the ferry the next day. Upon arrival, we found boxes and trash piled under the stairwell heading to our second floor room. When we entered the room, we found a LARGE hole punched in the bathroom door. One of the two queen beds had obviously been slept in (hair and bodily fluids). We requested clean sheets and remade the bed ourselves. We travel very frequently, and this was truly an awful hotel experience. We would not recommend and would not stay again (try the Red Lion right down the street!).
Reviewed 28 august, 2021
Yucky carpet and no mask enforce at the desk. Out of 5 customers I was the only one wearing one. Rooms stunk of smoke and hobos in parking lot. Wouldn’t stay again but bed clean snd nice at least. Dated
Disgusting - stay away!
Reviewed 22 august, 2021
The passable: Microwave & minifridge in room. It’s in good proximity to Hurricane Ridge hikes - but then, all Port Angeles hotels are. Safeway, Taco Time, Wendy’s are nearby plus more moderate restaurants (the Safeway deli case has the best grab-and go sandwiches though). The bad: Front desk staff did not wear masks (well, one wore it on his mouth only; the other had it around her neck). Despite it being August, the pool and hot tub were both closed (the hotel website made no mention of this). We stayed 4 days and our room was never cleaned. The place is LOUD, both from people talking/suitcase rolling immediately outside and apparently moving furniture in the room above. Room 135 specific: there are what appear to be blood spots above the headboard on one bed [see photo] and on bed skirt of the other. The toilet is missing its wax ring so when you sit and get up, unless you’re careful, it will “thunk” and awaken your family. There were tiny black ants crawling on nightstand and across the computer keyboard I’d left in the room. I will NEVER stay here again.
A Bit Sketchy
Reviewed 12 august, 2021
This hotel was older and sketchier-looking than I expected based on the photos on the website. It's a bit of a maze to find your room and it was noisy with kids running up and down the hallways outside the room. My biggest complaint is that there was almost no where to plug in a phone, let alone all our other cameras and electronics. The room was completely out of Kleenexes when we checked in and the tv didn't work. While the room was very old and run down looking, it did appear to be clean and the beds and towels were okay. I also had some issues with the reservation process. I booked directly through the hotel's website and never got a confirmation e-mail. I thought I maybe never hit submit so I booked another room and didn't get a confirmation e-mail again. When I called to check, I had booked both rooms. I asked them to cancel one and they wouldn't do it over the phone (weird) but said I had to do it online. I couldn't find a way to do this so I e-mailed them. I didn't get a response to my first e-mail but did finally get them to cancel it with a second e-mail. I finally got the confirmation e-mails for both rooms about 2 weeks later.