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Booked this place because it was the closest to all the activities I was in town for. Graduation and to see family. The two highlights. Big king bed plus. Breakfast had biscuits and gravy, bottled orange juice and apple juice. Coffee, tea, waffles package muffins...More
Should have read reviews before booking. Loud traffic noise due to proximity to freeway. My room smelled of body odor and cigarette smoke. Room was not clean and in bad need of updating. Terrible low def television reception. Difficult to walk anywhere from hotel due...More
On check in the double bedroom wasn't available so we got into two kings near each other (no problem), but the place was good. The reason for the stars goes to Krysti and Gabby (who'd just started) though, because if you don't have great people...More
We stayed here for a week! It was amazing. Staff is wonderful and very helpful!! We explained our situation and they made my kids and myself feel at home and treated us with complete and utter respect. Krysti is the front desk manager and very...More
Had Churchill ever stayed here he probably would have described the Shilo as a modest inn with much to be modest about. Average rooms, one slow elevator and yet, incongruously, G-R-E-A-T coffee at the complimentary continental breakfast. Just off Interstate 5. The best one word...More
Yes, there are coffee makers in the room I believe you get one regular and one decaf 'pod' and as I recall it was Seattle's Best, a nice coffee. I'm with your hubby...that's why I'll make room coffee...enough to get packed... More
Yes, there are coffee makers in the room I believe you get one regular and one decaf 'pod' and as I recall it was Seattle's Best, a nice coffee. I'm with your hubby...that's why I'll make room coffee...enough to get packed and out the door with then pull right out of the hotel parking lot and go immediately next door to the coffee drive through which will provide the jet fuel required (Black Rock).
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"Windows are double pane so even on the interstate 5 side noise levels are minimal."