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Beautiful room,didn't know what to expect had heard good & bad..but much to my excitement, I absolutely loved it. My husband and I had a beautiful time & we Would recommend this hotel. The staff was very kind and accomodating. Thank you for everything.
Spent a week here for a business conference and it was like being treated as royalty. The restaurants were above quality. I loved this place. The room was fantastic. A couple of pool areas which were kept clean and well maintained. It is good for...More
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Response from Laura_Russell_GM, General Manager at Inn of the Hills Hotel & Conference CenterResponded 31 July 2017
It was our pleasure to take care of your conference. We look forward to your return next year.
Very outdated. Had a motorcycle convention staying there. We did not stay. Did not even check in. Will not go there again. There were people on motorcycles all over the parking lot. They should have just rented the whole hotel because they were planning events...More
Calling this place a "resort" is a bit much. There is a nice pool and cabana area, and a nice restaurant. The breakfast buffet is a little more extensive than most motels, plus you can order off the menu. There is a tennis court that...More
This past weekend I was involved in coordinating a small convention held at the Inn. Even though we changed numbers and requests for types of service many times the staff members were always positive, courteous, and quick to respond to our needs. The efforts of...More
Response from Cool-in-the-Summer | Reviewed this property |
Above reviewers are on the money. The Inn of The Hills is coasting on its former glory, trying to suck a little more money out of it instead of doing the big remodel it needs. Maybe the market would not support the higher... More
Above reviewers are on the money. The Inn of The Hills is coasting on its former glory, trying to suck a little more money out of it instead of doing the big remodel it needs. Maybe the market would not support the higher prices such an expense.would require. In the meantime, each person will have to decide whether it meets their own standards. I would recommend this hotel to a traveler who usually stays in an older Econo Lodge, Super 8 or similar.