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Reviewed November 1, 2011

This is the must stay place while in town for the theatre. The location, 5 minutes walk from the third floor exit, makes the few problems with the hotel a minor distraction. Yes, the rooms are on the small side. We have always stayed in a corner room and have never felt cramped. The small closet and floor space offers more than enough room for hanging most clothing and leaving the rest in suitcases or in drawers. I suppose the people who have concerns have never been to Europe. The good: Clean well maintained rooms. Great beds, pillows and bedding offer a great night's sleep. The lighting for reading is much better than most hotels. The breakfast buffet is above average, though the seating is sometimes limited. Location, location. great restaurants within a several block walking distance and the theatres are a block walk from the back door. (especially great if it is raining) A helpful staff. The views from the higher floors are simply spectacular, especially when the fall colors are out.
The not so good: Room size. Storage space in the bathroom. Can be mitagated with a hanging cosmetic bag or two. Bathroom lighting very poor. One elevator and nine floors so the wait can be frustrating at times during "rush hours." Adjacent room noise is a bit noticeable. Overall, have loved our visits to Ashland and the Springs Hotel has greatly added to that experience,

Room Tip: Have always stayed in the corner rooms which "I think" are all ()06 numbered rooms.
  • Stayed: October 2011, traveled with friends
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Thank dhen
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Reviewed October 31, 2011

We've stayed here a few nights over the years because of its central location and walking distance to the theaters. It does have the smallest rooms I have ever stayed in but they are clean and nicely decorated, plus the desk staff is extremely pleasant and accommodating and the hotel has a comfortable lobby. On this trip, we stayed in Medford (maybe 30 min away) the night before in a room that was just as clean and about 3 times as big for a third the price.

  • Stayed: October 2011, traveled with friends
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Thank Jamie H
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Reviewed October 20, 2011

Outside of Manhattan, top-tier hotels do not earn repeat business by offering teeny-tiny rooms with (you guessed it) teeny-tiny bathrooms. I purchased this room in case I needed a rest taking my middle child to U of O in Eugene. I needed the rest and paid $139.00 for the privilege of staying here.

I applaud the re-use of this property, renovated from its past life as a long-ago top-tier hotel. That much is perfect. I like that. I like the lobby. I like the little hospitality touches - snacks, continential breakfast, free internet (which I couldn't get to work). I like its proximity to the theaters and restaurants.

But I can't rid my memory banks of my shock on first entering the room - for which there was barely space for the advertised queen-sized bed. A ten-foot by ten-foot room with a three-foot by three-foot (if that) bathroom, for $139, in the low season??????

I don't think so. Management needs a sound talking-to. Gouge travelers in high season, not in low, if you're going to gouge them at all. And if you're putting closets on offer as full rooms, please say so. It doesn't have to be bleak and discouraging - something like "Head to one of our oversized closets for the best night's sleep you've ever had in a closet."

It can be a cheery campaign.

  • Stayed: October 2011, traveled with family
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Reviewed October 9, 2011

Wonderful hotel. Quiet, charming with an excellent staff.
One minute walk to the Shakespeare festival.
Good downtown location, close to restaurants and shops.
Excellent value. Complementary breakfast was good.
Highly recommend.

  • Stayed: October 2011, traveled as a couple
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Thank Ellen H
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Reviewed October 4, 2011

We spent one night in the smallest and least expensive room in the hotel(the only one available as this hotel fills up quickly). It was clean and attractively furnished in this beautifully restored hotel. The room was small but with every amenity, a comfortable (and high) bed, and a good continental breakfast on the mezzanine balcony in the morning. I would highly recommend this hotel to anyone traveling to Ashland.

  • Stayed: September 2011, traveled as a couple
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