The hotel was beautifully decorated for Christmas and the staff was excellent. I was picked to have my room upgraded and had a river view. My hotel experience was all I was told it would be and more. My new fav place to stay...ever. Grounds were beautiful
The hotel is almost 100 years old. I did have trouble trying to regulate the heat and cold. The bathroom was extremely cold and the heater was very warm. I finally opened the bathroom door and got the heater to a very cozy setting. I had a great night
The location is wonderful, with a great view of the river and its own waterfall. Soon, it will be a really great spot. It's already terrific for weddings, etc. Bartender-lady was delightful.
Hotel is in a modernization phase. Minor inconveniences and cost-reducing problems. We thought the kind & efficient staff was not gracious & made the wrong impression, on check-in.
We celebrated our 54th anniversary at the Hotel. I mentioned this to the desk staff, & when we got to our room, we found a bucket of ice and a bottle of champagne plus a welcome notice in lobby Great accommodations & staff. We will come again.
Bathroom was very narrow without much room to put our toiletries.
Noise from trains and highway
Room was great
Suppose to have a garden view room, we did not have any view of the garden we saw the side of the building and some trees
The Columbia Gorge Hotel is a treat for travelers. Loads of character and history.
Exterior needs painting and TLC. Interior was a bit worn.
old style feel but working well like a modern facility. Lovely furniture, comfy beds, old time feel - not chain hotel
could not walk anywehre from here
View. Gardens. Old classic hotel.
Bed was a little damaged. Insignificant, but a little bit tacky.
The view of the Columbia River and the waterfall that runs through the hotel property is terrific. Incredible staff: A+! The Christmas dinner menu was well planned and excellent. Close to Portland so it's only an hour for a relaxing 'mini vacation'.
We love the old classic charm and decor of the Columbia Gorge Hotel. It has so much history and character.
The uninteresting breakfast selections were expensive for average quality food. The range of options were . . . boring.
We had a river side room with awesome views of the Columbia River and a romantic corner fireplace that kept the temperature just right all night. Room service breakfast followed by a walk around the spectacular grounds made this a memorable visit!
Clouds completely shrouded Mt. Hood the days we were there. No fault of this beautiful property. Employees took great pride in its history and seemed to love working there.