We stayed on July 23rd, 2011. We're a couple from Sacramento. The room we had was on the first floor, one queen bed. The room was spacious, it had a table w/2 comfortable chairs. There was a microwave & minifridge. The minifridge wasn't super small like some places, it would have been great for a couple of cases of soda, and snacks there was a (VERY small) freezer on top inside it would have fit 2 boxes of hotpockets laying down side by side. We could hear our neighbors open and close their door but that was all the outside noise we could hear. The AC kept the room nice and cool without any odor. The bed was firm, but the pillows lumpy. The bathroom was small with a shower (no bath) and a toilet, the dressing area (mirror & sink) was big. They had a complementary coffee maker and an iron w/full size ironing board. Some of the reviews said the hotel is older and needs to be renovated. I didn't thinks so, it's not a five star hotel...hello. The young woman at the front desk was nice. I didn't care for the hot tubs, they're good size hot tubs (4-2 seat like 4 people, 1seats like 12, and the 4th one was closed but looked like it'd seat maybe 6-8) now, we went in about 10ish & there were people in all the hot tubs, several kids, young kids under 10. One of the wonderful parents was allowing their daughter to run and jump into the hot tub splashing everyone & not at all concerned about her safety (she was about 5) so that sucked, maybe atleast one of the hot tubs should be adult only? Or maybe no children after 9...the best solution would be respectful parents that discipline their kids. Ok, so not the hotels fault on that one. The hot tubs have tile seats so they felt a bit on the slimy side, gross...we didn't stay long between the slimy seats & splashing kid we excused ourselves rather quickly. Over all it was a nice place. The free breakfast is okay. Jensens is the local diner though, good prices good food. Across the street is a Raleys, Dollar Tree and a Kragens. It's very nice to be close to the lake. The people are friendly...I would stay here again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Welcome to Discovery Inn Ukiah in the heart of Mendocino County. As a guest of our charming, spacious hotel, you'll experience friendly, professional service as well as immaculate, inviting guestrooms and suites.Discovery Inn Ukiah offers guests several accommodation choices with a number of deluxe amenities that are standard in every guestroom such as complimentary WiFi and premium cable television. All 177 guestrooms and suites are furnished with a warm, welcoming décor and provide plenty of spacious comfort for your Ukiah getaway. Microwave ovens and refrigerators are in every room, and our suites come with full kitchens. If you are traveling with your pet, we can provide special hotel lodgings in our "pet wing," where your best friend will be truly pampered. ... more less
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