The location was convenient for a family event, the room was clean, the service courteous, the parking safe, and the breakfast good. One disappointment was the good Elmer's restaurant, in walking distance, being closed; it used to be a big plus. Also the room rates were much higher than on my previous visits.
A short weekend trip. We brought our cats, and told them when we reserved that we were bringing them. They said fine. When we arrived, they told us there's a charge of $30 per pet per day, an excessive charge. They probably didn't tell us until we arrived because it was impossible to turn back. Then on our first day, there was no hot water and no explanation about why and when the hot water would return. There is a serious management problem with this hotel.
Stayed one night, part of a long road trip. Traveling with a dog, you often can't be choosy about lodging, so we were pleased with the quality level of this hotel. Lobby, breakfast room and our guest room, all were nicely done. We didn't have breakfast, so can't speak to that experience but regarding the dog friendliness -- there was the obligatory $30 pet fee. Room #134 was conveniently close to the rear exit and dog area was large, grassy and a pleasant place to sit - poop bags provided. Only negative was the exit walk was also the smoking spot. Our stay here has encouraged us to plan a more extended stay in Poulsbo in the future.
Stayed here with the family for memorial day wknd. Used to come here for business. Room was remodeled recently so that was nice. Friendly staff always, enjoyed the breakfast and jacuzzi. Nice getaway close to seattle.
Spent the weekend celebrating my birthday with my family of 4 and we all had a good time in the small town called Poulsbo. Hotel called Guesthouse Inn & Suites made our experience that much better! -Great value, paid $119 for a room with 2 queen beds -Loved the fridge and microwave plus a gigantic TV on the wall -Fastest WiFi, my speed test came in at 178 down, 203 up- just amazing! -Great hot tub in their quaint courtyard -Free breakfast with omelettes, bacon, waffles-yum!!
The rooms were big and clean with comfortable beds. The staff was kind and helpful. Breakfast was a nice treat with waffles eggs and sausage among other items. Most definitly will return to explore the nearby restaurants and activities.
Dog rooms in hotels are not always great but this one was miserable. Room 137. Blinds broken, toilet breaks in middle of night. Room stunk even after half a can of lysol disinfecting spray. Front desk didnt seem to care.
Spent the weekend in the city of Poulsbo for my birthday weekend and loved the hotel's location as it was only like 15 minute walk to downtown Poulsbo. Hotel was super clean with nice staff, loved their hot breakfast choices- omelets and bacon with fresh waffles, yum! Used their huge outdoor hot tub, it was so great, I think I used it like 5-6 times in just couple days. Internet was the fasted I've experienced, which is amazing for a hotel!
My family did a week long trip to Kitsap county and Poulsbo was our last stop before heading back home to Oregon. We all agreed the Poulsbo's Guesthouse Inn hotel was the best on our trip! -Super friendly staff with all staff saying "hello, how are you?" -Great breakfast with many hot food options, bacon was really good! -Super fast internet, my speedtest said 185 down and 213 up. This was at 9pm when hotel was full of guests! -Loved their huge hot tub in their little courtyard We'll definitely recommend this hidden gem to our family and friends, great work to the entire staff of the hotel!
Some hotels you can put up with a lot. You’re tired and for $50 or even $100 you just want to sleep for a night. But when you start paying around $300 per night you want the little things like bathrooms that don’t have mold creeping out from behind peeling wallpaper, fixtures that aren’t rusted, doors that aren’t rotting and decaying, laundry facilities that have working lights that management doesn’t refuse to replace. Speaking of management, when you try to address these things it is nice when they don’t have a taunting “what are you gonna do about it!?” attitude. TL;DR If you are going to charge like a $300/night hotel then you had better be a $300/night hotel. If they drop their prices then sure, you get what you pay for and get out before the mold gets in your lungs. (Only took a couple of pictures, the mold coming through in the corner picture peeks out for the whole length of the wall and there are bits of wood on the floor where the door is coming apart. Other fixtures are similarly corroded to the shower head. Since I started the review they have placed a cheap flashlight on top of one of the laundry machines, what a joke won’t change a light bulb)…