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All reviewshistoric hotelparking passtrain noiseriver viewlovely old hotelwithin walking distancethird floorfull kitchenrooms are smallfamily suitestay downtownchain hotelold schoolbed was comfortablefront desk staffliving roomdowntown area
Cool historic feel. Parking feels like a nightmare for such a small town, but not sure you can blame that on the hotel.
Room was quite small, the bed sagged badly in the middle, the train was running all hours of the night, and someone...More
The hotel has a perfectly located in the centre of town and has a beautiful lobby. Its historic nature has its drawbacks: the single elevator is small with a gate and the rooms are very small especially if more than 1 person in the room....More
I don't know what has happened, but it was a much more enjoyable experience than when we stayed there several years ago. We took advantage of the special they run in October & November for a quick overnight. The room was a river view, which...More
Wonderful old Hotel. Located in a downtown area, so lots of places to eat and shop. Rooms are small, as this is a historic hotel, but they sparkled. Railroad 100 yards from the window, but the noise was acceptable. We brought a small dog, and...More
Rooms are large and very clean. The hotel is very old and in need of remodeling. There is a train right behind the hotel and although they do not blow the whistle, you will hear it moving down the tracks in the early morning. Ear...More
Response from Patricia B, Manager at Hood River HotelResponded 13 October 2015
Oh that Train! A little history. In 1882, O.W.R. & N. Railroad Company (Oregon Railroad & Navigation Company ) built the original depot and single track which runs between the Columbia River and entire town of Hood River. In 1930, the Union Pacific merged with...More
We were there on a Sunday night and didn't need to pay for parking at night. However, we paid the $3 for a permit to put in our window to cover the next morning after 8 am. You can't park on the main street but it was easy... More
We were there on a Sunday night and didn't need to pay for parking at night. However, we paid the $3 for a permit to put in our window to cover the next morning after 8 am. You can't park on the main street but it was easy finding a place on the street up from the hotel--a very short walk. We loved the restaurant in the hotel and that's where we had dinner. The owner was really nice and it made for an easy place to go after a long day of driving. We later walked up and down the street and there were other nice looking and packed restaurants. Breakfast at the hotel was perfect.