We discovered the Coho by using the trip advisor reviews for Lincoln City. The description as a distinguished boutique hotel immediately caught our attention. We try to exclusively stay at boutique style hotels when we travel. Let me first say that we really enjoyed our time at the Coho, and there were many things that we were happy with. However, this is not a boutique hotel. You can tell that it has recently undergone renovations, and that they are really trying for that boutique look. It just falls a bit short. So let's look at positive's first. The reservation process was a breeze, and when I got my confirmation I had been upgraded to a nice fireplace room. Which was very nice. Check-in was easy, and the front desk staff was very kind and helpful. The room was good sized, with a seperate bedroom. Furniture and decor were fairly trendy, but not quite up to boutique level. Balcony had two chairs and very nice view of beach and ocean. French press in rooms were very nice touch. However, it would be nice if they had extra coffee in the rooms versus alway's getting it at the front desk. I know it's fresh ground but it will still be nice to have it more accessible. Our room had a refrig, stovetop, and microwave which was nice. There is a pool, spa, and sauna area that was clean and very relaxing. Now here are some of the negatives. There was a small closet in the room that had only a drape for a door. Kind of tacky. As I stated previously, they are really trying for the boutique look, and they could achieve it with some better paint and art choices. There was no wall paper or color on the walls, just off-white paint. Cheap art. This biggest problem we had was with the room was the size of the shower. It was so small, I had to measure it. Three feet by three feet. Now I don't know how you are supposed to comfortably shower in that type of space. Also, the shower had dark brown tiles and no light which made it rather dimly lit. Frankly, that space was laughable. Do something to improve the space in the showers, and advertise as a nice beachfront ( not boutique) hotel and then you would have my full confidence. We really enjoyed our time at the Coho, and the negatives did not put a damper on our stay. I will be the first to admit we have very high standards, and we are very honest with our opinions. I hope the owners of the Coho will take this as a constructive criticism, and I thank them for their attempts at creating a very nice hotel.
P.S. Really liked the retro-style fridge.
- Also Known As:
- The Coho Oceanfront Hotel Lincoln City
- The Coho Oceanfront Hotel
- Coho Oceanfront Hotel
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Coho Oceanfront Lodge in Lincoln City, OR, recently unveiled completion of a multimillion-dollar guestrooms renovation (2009). The Coho offers the warm comforts of a home away from home, and the understated luxuries of a distinguished boutique hotel along the beautiful Oregon Coast. Renovated and repositioned as a fresh, modern retro boutique hotel that captures the beach palette, The Coho bringing alive the coastal flavors. The Coho offers eight different room categories, including studios, family suites, and fireplace suites all with breath taking panoramic ocean front views. All rooms at The Coho include 32” LCD HDTV’s, HD DVD players, iHome iPod docking station, Sealy Posturpedic Plush Supreme Beds, 300-thread count linens, Eco-friendly bath amenities by Archive, and free WIFI Internet access. The Coho also features a heated indoor pool, sauna, hot tub, a fitness center, in-room massages, and free continental breakfast with waffle bar. ... more less
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