It was a nice hotel to stay in.. but not worth $209 for 2 queen beds. We had reservations at the Lincoln City Inn for $89, and found out that our room we booked online was double booked. The manager at Lincoln City Inn recommended Palace Inn.. we really didn't want to drive back to Portland, so took the 2 queen bed at that price. It was NOT worth the price, however, the staff were very friendly and the room was clean. The furniture in our room was a little gaudy, but we were just happy to have a room. In the future- I will make sure to book online and confirm over the phone. The beds were a bit firm, the shampoo/soap a little skimpy and there was a sauna and hot tub which would be nice in winter. The breakfast was good: homemade waffles, pastries, 2 cereal options, juice, milk and bananas. Overall I'd say I'd possibly stay here again if the price was around $60-$100. It's decent- definitely nothing special or worth over $200.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Finest Lodging in Oregon Coast. Locate in center of Lincoln City, City Hall and Library aross from us and nearby many nice restaurants and gift shops. Beach access and shopping mall is only couple blocks away. We serve every guests as a Royal family like Palace. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Palace Inn And Suites
- Palace Hotel Lincoln City