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We stayed here for a week while visiting family in town. The rooms were decent size but not the cleanest. The bedspreads had burn holes, the bathrooms were a little gross including the window in it which had no screen and was very sticky with...More
Stayed here one night on my recent trip the visit family in Placerville and Camino. THe place was booked solid for the dog show that weekend and they informed me at check-in that I was in a smoking room and that was all they had....More
First time I stayed here was in the 1990's, from the road it looks the same, but wow! They have remodeled the rooms beautifully, even going as far as new doors. Also the landscaping with planters and drip lines was a very nice touch.
Have stayed here in past and property was showing signs of wear and tear. This time many noticeable improvements. Cobblestone walkways and all new updated planters and landscaping. New inviting pool furnishings. Bottom floor rooms refurbishing has begun. New paint on inside. New painting started...More
my husband, son and i have stayed here a few times and we loved it. we go to the casnio and feel that are stuff is safe and love the staff. when we get here everything is clean and we love the breakfast. it is...More
Response from N4595KRricharde | Reviewed this property |
The distance from hotel to center of Placerville is 11 miles according to mapquest. However Placerville is a larger town. My last trip, I felt I was five miles away as it took me 10 minutes or less with traffic lights in... More
The distance from hotel to center of Placerville is 11 miles according to mapquest. However Placerville is a larger town. My last trip, I felt I was five miles away as it took me 10 minutes or less with traffic lights in between to get to the hotel from the old courthouse in Placerville near Diamon Springs. Taking Hwy 50 which is the main drag, it was not a long trip.
Side note: there is a grocery, shopping and a Dollar Tree practically across the street from this hotel so its not a bad location for convenience sake.
Response from BitterrootTraveler | Reviewed this property |
This is a two story motel with all rooms entered from the outside. I can't answer about the handicapped rooms for sure, but I have to think they would have them on the first floor. Best bet is to call the hotel and ask.
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"Pay a few dollars and get the bigger room, the upgrade that has the kitchen spot."