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|Value for money||8.3|
|Distance to city center||0.3 mi|
|"Friendly staff and friendly locals too"||(in 17 reviews)|
|"A nice historic hotel in small town."||(in 15 reviews)|
|"The room was perfect."||(in 27 reviews)|
|"This hotel is very old."||(in 5 reviews)|
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|coffee and pastry||in 17 reviews|
|complimentary starbucks||in 2 reviews|
|good value||in 4 reviews|
|historic charm||in 6 reviews|
|historic hotel||in 28 reviews|
|nice room||in 46 reviews|
|old hotel||in 17 reviews|
|peeling paper||in 2 reviews|
|space heater||in 4 reviews|
|staff were friendly||in 21 reviews|
Blast from the past charming historic hotel complete with stair and floor creaks and antique furnishings. Staff was great to upgrade our room to the wedding suite which gave us room to move around and I loved the large claw foot tub! Neat to read accounts of past guests in each room. Loved the wide staircase and the common sitting rooms.
Could use a good deep clean on the light fixtures, doilies and corners. No elevator.
cool rooms, magazines in sitting areas, old pictures with history printed on them, books one may take or just read while there, great food at restaurant, had a good feel
the tubs had no mat or built in slip resistant floor, my friend fell in it and hit her head and had some bruises. very dangerous. no elevator, very huge long and high stair case. no tv, only a bar.
I love historic hotels and this one certainly was, the hallways lined with details about its past and the families who owned it over time. The rooms were all unique (we checked in at the same time as 5 others and got to peek in each others rooms). The historic restaurant downstairs was unfortunately only open for lunch Thu-Sun but we got to explore it on our own. The saloon bar was friendly, cosy, and also catered to history buffs. The woman working the bar, Annette, was a great hostess (juggling drinks alongside check ins at the bar which was done most efficiently, her personality keeping everyone amused). The hotel's location was excellent too, allowing us to explore Alturas on foot, visiting the real community museum (allow at least an hour and read the stories about contributions from the community which can be most entertaining), a great antique treasure trove and thrift shop a short walk away, and the more sophisticated Mustard across the street. The attached café (open daily) serves lots of Starbucks items but has a more extensive menu as well. It houses a special free library and seems to be a center for community notices and gatherings (very popular before work with police and firemen, we noted).
With a stay at Hotel Niles in Alturas, you'll be within a 5-minute walk of Alturas Chamber of Commerce and Modoc County Museum. Free self parking is available onsite.
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