Room 115 is filthy, smells of pet urine (that cannot be covered up by strong smelling cleaners), worn out, dirty, foul smelling furniture, goldfish crackers and dirt in the a/c unit, wall and ceiling damage in the bathroom, steady dripping sound in the walls when he room above runs their water, scuffed up toilet seat, double vanity in the sitting area. All old, worn and dirty. All this for $300 per night. The following day we were treated to perhaps the unhealthiest display of serve yourself breakfast that we've ever experienced. A great contrast to the Comfort Inn where we stayed the second night. There we had a clean room, clean furniture and a decent breakfast in he morning. Very polite staff at the second hotel.
Completely ripped off and the staff are well trained to say " the owner isn't here so there's nothing I can do" . I have pictures of all the issues I mentioned... There were more issues but I don't have pictures to support those issues so won't bother addressing them here. They all know its a terrible room, yet they continue to sell it.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Cheerful, spacious two bedroom suites, double queen-bedded rooms and hospitality suites are perfect to accommodate families, small groups or couples on a romantic coastal getaway. And, with several pet-friendly rooms, you can include the whole clan on your Oregon beach vacation getaway. ... more less
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- Inn At Seaside Hotel Seaside