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Cherry was the bomb! Overpriced.
Could not find anything for less in Port Angeles It might just be that hotel prices are high in Port Angeles area, but strictly speaking, the hotel is overpriced for the quality.
Your service sucks. If a person read this and wants to know more, email me back and I will explain it in detail. Put me in the category of "why ever use your service again!" Sincerely, Gary
Cheap. Good breakfast for free. They had so many vacant rooms- there were like 5 cars in the lot. When we got to our room - in a basement, basically - it was like we were in a dungeon. We called up to ask if we could bump up to the second floor to be out of the basement and she said it would be an extra ten bucks. At that point giving them even a dollar more seemed too much. We opened the window and aired out the musty basement smell and lit a candle we had brought along. It is a Super 8 so it really is what it is. But the smell was just too bad to ever book again. We only paid 55 bucks for the room but we'd rather pay twenty more for a better view and smell.
Staff was very friendly and helpful. We give them 5 stars. Clean. Good value/price. Should NEVER be rated 3 stars. Facility is run down and dated. More like a 1 star.
comfortable for a short stay. like the fact that there was a sofa to relax on. there were a few pieces of someone's hair that was not mine. the bathroom door opens right in front of the sink which was very uncomfortable considering how small the bathroom is.
The staff was very nice, room was clean, good price, refrigerator & micro No air conditioning, there was a fan. No closet, there was small rack for hanging clothes by the refrigerator. Room was a little tight for my husband and I with our two suitcases.
Rooms were clean, bed was nice, hotel is within walking distance to many things in the Port Angeles area. Room had a refrigerator & microwave which came in handy. Daily Continental breakfast with fresh fruit. Staff were helpful and friendly. For a motel it is high on our list to stay at again. MN Breakfast area was a little small, but we ate in our room most of the time so wasn't a big deal to us.
Reception desk very nice. Overnight stay to board the ferry in the morning. Clean, comfortable and continental breakfast. Very convenient.
Bright, comfortable and very clean room. I especially appreciated the bed linens.
Inexpensive, but you get what you pay for... They do offer free wifi though. No AC, no bathtub, no bathroom fan
Not fancy but very accommodating. Loved that it had a microwave and mini fridge. Non-smoking room. Has a new flat screen style tv, so you can plug in to it. It also had a chair and desk, which was good for doing some homework. Also had Free wi-fi. The best thing was having them allow you to leave your car past check out, over night, to go on black ball ferry to Canada, saved me on paring and I enjoyed the walk to the port, about 3 blocks or so. The staff was friendly with directions and suggestions on things to do in the area. You can tell the plumbing is a little old, but it works, every once in a while you can hear someone else flush. The Google lookup said it had a hot tub, there is none, but they themselves don't advertise that.The google lookup also said Breakfast was complementary, when you check they do let you know that it is only available May-September, I went in April, so I can't rate them on that.
The couple at the desk were very friendly, the room was simple, but clean. Room had microwave and fridge. Great value for the price. Overall our stay was pleasant, although the mattress was a bit firm and you could hear the street noise pretty clearly. Room was a little outdated, stall shower, no hair dryer.
Reasonably priced rooms in Pt. Angeles (less than $200) for four were hard to find the weekend we wanted. The Royal Victorian is a mom-n-pop property, originally from the golden days of road travel and the motor hotel. It is trying very hard to make a good comeback. The freshly painted exterior in yellow and purple with flower boxes is cheerful and welcoming. The super nice staff were a highlight. We were both greeted and sent off at check out with a bottle of water for each member of our party (4) and a few road snacks at check out, too (pretzel bags and granola bars). Desk staff took time to highlight the ferry schedule for us and recommended local beaches when I asked. The motel was walking distance from the pier, restaurants, and the water. The municipal indoor swimming pool is nearby as well and is a nice and inexpensive facility for a family to use. Our 2-room suite was reasonably clean, with a working microwave and mini-fridge, and had been recently painted. It was fine for what we needed, a crash-pad overnight as we had a weekend away from Seattle. I knew not to expect more, so the Royal Victorian was exactly what I thought it would be. As I said, the hotel is making a comeback. While the completed improvements and effort are obvious, there are still projects to be done, and fixtures and furniture to be replaced/updated to finish the refurb. Even with updated wall covering and shower/tub surround, the bathroom really showed its age, as did the little efficiency kitchen. Our room was on the road side of the motel with windows facing the highway, and the road noise was audible, even with the windows closed. We coincidentally arrived on the hottest weekend of the summer, and the AC unit was not adequate to cool the room before sundown -- it was also blocked by a dresser and TV. The second room had no fan or cooling unit at all. After sundown, we were able to get a bit of a breeze with open windows and the room was then comfortable enough to close for the night to mitigate the road noise. Wi-Fi was spotty and an unsecured network. Not bad for a quick overnight, but I'm not sure I'd use it for a longer stay where I expected to be in the room a lot.
Good place, nice ppl at reception.
Good clean place centrally located
Carpet dirty...big nasty spots...
Nothing good about this place except location. Room smelled strongly of smoke, winodw in room was broken. Sheets were clean, but bed spread and blanket were not. Room was dingy and beat up. Cheap motel, but not worth the savings.
Staff was friendly and let us check in early and get extra towels . TV was modern. Bed was warm. Physically decayed: doors stuck, bed sagged, tiles were odd mishmash. Shower head was low. Bed-side map impossible to plug-in. One of the overhead lights had a pull the string switch. Walks were clean but cigarette butts in the planters. This property showed up as "3 *" on booking.com/kayak.com, but it was 2* at best. No telephone in the room for one thing.
Cheap. We were planning to spend a majority of our time in the Olympic Park so the only thing we really needed was a bed. And it was a comfortable bed! Could've used a couple more towels given the length of our stay.
Quick access to Olympic NP, which is where we were heading the next morning. There were a few things that made this feel like a poor choice: We were on the road all day before arriving, and admittedly arrived late around midnight, but this is not the first time travelers have arrived late to a motel or hotel. The person who greeted us when we rang the doorbell at the front desk was not wearing a shirt. Then it was not possible for them to give us a key until the next morning. The room seemed clean enough, but the bathroom HAD NO DOOR. I'm close with my fiancé but I think everyone could use a little separation for the bathroom. The person who showed us to the room also told us there would be coffee starting at 6am, which we were looking forward to before hopping back in the car, but at 630am the office was still closed with no one is sight. The room was clean enough and the bed was comfortable for a night of sleep but overall not the greatest experience.
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