Stayed two nights while we visited the wine country of Yakima Valley, etc. Beautiful rooms with balconies overlooking the Yakima River. Great breakfast served in your room. However, there is nothing else around. Very limited dining options as the Inn only serves lunch, and then only on weekends. Also after 5pm they make you enter and exit through the back alley as no one is around -- not very nice considering you are paying around $300 a night. Also it would be nice if they had a channel guild for the TV, and the phone didn't work to call my friends room (but we had cell phones). Also, someone tried to get in my room after 5pm (after Inn staff is gone) - I think it was the people staying in the room next to mine who were confused - but not sure.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Luxurious non-smoking guest rooms located inside Desert Wind Winery, a Southwest-inspired winery in the heart of Eastern Washington wine country. All rooms include private balconies overlooking the Yakima River, gas kiva fireplaces, luxury linens, and minibars. Guests receive a welcome bottle of wine and daily breakfast basket. Sorry, no pets or children. ... more less