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Mattresses are ancient and uncomfortable. Pillows are overstuffed with hard foam. Bed frames are creaky. Walls are paper thin. Poor air circulation and no a/c. Itchy, thin towels. No hair dryers. No elevator, and steep, narrow stairs to rooms. No amenities. No breakfast or food...More
We had a lovely room with queen bed and nice view of the water on the second floor. Note that there is no public elevator so all rooms on the second and third floor are walk-up. The room was clean and we didn't have any...More
This is a neglected hotel. The exterior looks promising. The lobby looks promising. The service is non-existent. No elevator - must actually lug your luggage up steep, narrow stairs. No breakfast options. Dirty rooms. Horrible mattresses on creaky bed frames. Thick, hard-foam pillows. Scratchy towels....More
As with any historical building, you will have thin wall and creaky floors. To expect The Ritz Carlton, you should go elsewhere.
I personally live the place. It has old world charm and you can feel the energy of the history.
I have stayed here...More
Port Townsend's first mayor and brickworks owner Charles Eisenbeis built a 30-room mansion in 1892. The exterior is impressive. The Jesuits bought the home in 1927, doubled its size, and turned it into a training college. Now, it's a hotel. Supposedly, it's haunted. If you're...More
$126 - $274 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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