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We stay here for one night as we were passing thru Eureka visiting the Redwoods. I can't say this is a bad hotel but is not your average place. The hotel takes pride in calling itself a historical place. Yes, the place does look old...More
The hotel is a historical landmark in the middle of Eureka. The room had been remodeled with modern wood furniture and tiled bathroom. They had a restaurant and a bar off the lobby. We had dinner in the restaurant which was very tasty. The bed...More
This hotel looked interesting being on the National Historical Register and given its past of hosting celebrities. The lobby Is all wood made from one tree they claim. The place is old and tired, our room was clean and comfortable and it appears they tried...More
This was not a complete disaster. To be fair, the room was updated, clean and comfortable, Plus, I had consulted with a friend who had stayed in the Eureka Inn 15+ years ago and was excited for our prospects. That said, there is very little...More
The lobby and hallways were a bit run down, and smelled musty. The desk clerk was young, slow and not terrific in customer service. However, our room was spacious, clean and comfortable. The king bed was fine, with a down comforter. The shower was upgraded...More
$108 - $151 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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