A good night’s sleep in a very good hotel is worth the in-season price we paid. Avoid the rooms close to the bridge if you don’t like road noise. We stayed in #104 and it was clean and quiet, with functional furniture and fixtures. I liked the cozy bed and the wicker chairs on the patio. I looked out at a park across the river and it was fun to watch kids and dogs frolicking.
This rustic Lodge located in Grant's Pass overlooking the Rogue River was well with the visit. So many super amenities, such as the wine and cheese reception, milk and cookies, free breakfast and hanging out on the balcony in the sun. My wife enjoyed the Aveda products.
Quiet, clean, comfortable bed, nice setting and wonderful amenities. The room has a log cabin decor with balconies overlooking the river. The chairs on the balcony are wicker and very comfortable. They offer complimentary wine at 4:30 and chocolate chip cookies and milk at 7:30. Breakfast is in relaxing room with a fireplace. They offer scrambled eggs, warm homemade poppyseed mini loaves, potatoes and sausage along with your usual juices, cereals, breads and yogurts. You can walk under the bridge to a brewery across the street which has outdoor dining overlooking the river. A wonderful relaxing stopover when traveling through.
From the first moment you're there the cozy lobby draws you in. The girls at checking made it seem so easy. The lobby is where afternoon wine and cheese are served. Later its milk and cookies. Room was spotless and had a view of the Rogue River. The grounds were clean and well kept. The pool is between the hotel and the river so it has a great view. People who also stayed here were very quite. No yelling or slaming doors. Mattress was great. The balcony had 2 chairs and a small table. Breakfast each morning had eggs, sausage/bacon, potatoes, oatmeal, biscuits and gravy. Juices, a selection of breads and make your own waffles. Quite a spread. The jet boats are right in front of you. A great place to stay if you are taking one of the rides. I definitely can't wait to return.
We chose this place as we always try to choose local places over national chains, and the reviews and pics looked like it was going to be good. Unfortunately the whole place has seen better days…it’s tired. The positives were super friendly, helpful staff, and cleanliness. But it doesn’t feel clean as all the finishes are old and worn and everything smells musty at best - in our room the carpet was stained and torn.
We stated here on recent trip to OR from N. CA. Nice setting on the river. It would be nice in summer or during warmer weather. Did not really get to enjoy the setting much for one night. A little pricey but clean and quite. There was a hot breakfast but limited options; the coffee was weak.
This was my family’s favorite hotel on our spring break road trip. The room was spacious and clean. The decor is lovely, and the patio was private and nice. We were able to walk to various places for dinner. They had great extras - wine in the afternoon, cookies at night, and the breakfast was really good. We would 100% stay here again
I made the reservation from the car thinking I was reserving for that night. Got to the hotel and it turns out I had booked for later I. April. The desk clerk and assistant manager helped me get that fixed and said they had a room for $250 ish. I told them I had booked the Pom under a deal on trip advisor and they kindly gave me that rate. The room was nice, nice view of the pool and river. A little road noise was noticeable but not intrusive. Overall it was a nice stay, I agree with the other posts, $25O+ for this room, in off season, is overpriced for what you get. The staff was very helpful and professional We would come back again
There were several problems with our stay that just made it impossible to like the place, for one as the prices are above $200 I expect better than average when in a neighborhood that is now more than a little economically depressed, it is to be expected what with the pandemic, however, the cheep polyester bed linens and lack of a bed pad on the plastic mattress cover, constant traffic noise (we were there on a Friday night) from the adjacent highway, the fact that two adults really do not fit comfortably at the same time in the jetted bathtub (we were afraid to try the jets as the room looked like it had been cleaned a month ago and the left alone, and the rather down at heel aspect to the place . . . I am sure that it was much nicer a decade ago, but the room is dark, gloomy and the pleather furniture is not comfortable to sit on. Also the view is actually looking out on a park where you can watch transactions of an illegal nature taking place. The very small outside area was not tended and had a high chain link fence around it. Not charming, but the many camouflaged hunters staying there perhaps chose better rooms. We book what was suppose to be the finest they had. When I told the person at the desk the next day they graciously took 10% (that is sarcasm btw) off our bill, didn't cover the taxes.…
Highly recommend as the hotel was clean and had a minimalistic twist with a lodge feel. Complimentary wine and homemade chocolate chip cookies in the evening. The receptionist even went at got us fresh out of the oven cookies. The people were kind and engaging. Nice place in the middle of Grands Pass on the river. Close walking to watch the river. Lovely stay on our way to CA.