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So often we only seem to leave feedback following a rough experience, but not the case this time! Iv'e spent several nights at this property over the last 15+ years, and it's always been my "go-to" place when traveling through Bend. As usual, the room...More
Some people are commenting that the hotel is "getting tired", but I like the fact that it is still affordable to someone on a teacher's salary. We used to stay next door at the Riverhouse, but the corporate "upgrade" priced us out. At the Shiloh,...More
so the room was REALLY retro 1980s which spooked (and depressed) me a bit at first. However everything was clean and well maintained. The room was HUGE with a fireplace, separate seating, kitchen, and bed areas. Very good value for a last minute ski trip...More
We enjoyed our stay at Shilo Inn. The staff were super friendly, accommodating, and very helpful. The hotel is in a great location, close to all, and right on the Deshutes river. We stayed in a unit, in the 500 building. It had a kitchenette,...More
I was very impressed with the staff! I was in Bend for an exam and Lisa went above and beyond to make sure I had a room situated in an extra quite location of the property. This made a huge difference in the quality of...More
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Response from ShiloHotels, social media at Shilo Inn Suites Hotel - BendResponded January 21, 2018
Thank you for staying at the Shilo Inn & Suites in Bend and taking the time to write a review. Lisa will be very happy to hear that you singled her out! It’s great to hear that you had the extra quiet location to complete...More
Response from crankybanker | Reviewed this property |
Personally I would book by telephone to the front desk staff and get a person-to-person understanding of what to expect on arrival. Get a name, and then on arrival confirm the details promised in the reservation phone call... More
Personally I would book by telephone to the front desk staff and get a person-to-person understanding of what to expect on arrival. Get a name, and then on arrival confirm the details promised in the reservation phone call. And don't pass on that breakfast -- the buffet is the best I've ever had at a restaurant. It's a proper restaurant meal.