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Shilo Inns Bend is nestled on the banks of the scenic Deschutes River and is ideally located in the heart of Central Oregon with its wide variety of indoor and outdoor attractions. With 151 beautifully designed rooms, this full service hotel is ideal for the leisure and business traveler. Mt. Bachelor and public golf courses are nearby. Children 17 and under always stay free with an adult at Shilo Inns. Dogs welcome with nominal fee.
This place is absolutely nasty. The beds are dirty. It smells like a bag of rotting garbage left out in the heat of the summer. It should be shut down by health department. We stayed one night but had booked it for 5 nights. Cancelled...More
We were very pleased with our spacious and clean room. It had a kitchenette and a gas fireplace, overlooked the river a few yards away, and had a private patio. They have an indoor and an outdoor pool, sauna, steam room, 2 hot tubs of...More
We stayed here for my birthday weekend and I could not have been happier! We had a King room that overlooked the river. It was so peaceful to stand on the balcony and watch the ducks float around as well as being able to see...More
we stayed there 2 nights in mid oct. and the inns are very nice and comfortable ,beds were quite nice and rooms were well kept,one glaring thing is ,the smell of smoke in my room, not to appealing, PERIOD,,THE BEST WAS THE POOL AND STEAM...More
I stayed here with my grown son in two rooms right on the river....Rooms are great, right on river and beds were wonderful......dog friendly, but no shower curtain in bathroom???? Really I have to fill this review to be 200 characters long....what a bunch of...More
Response from crankybanker | Reviewed this property |
Personally I would book by telephone to the front desk staff and get a person-to-person understanding of what to expect on arrival. Get a name, and then on arrival confirm the details promised in the reservation phone call... More
Personally I would book by telephone to the front desk staff and get a person-to-person understanding of what to expect on arrival. Get a name, and then on arrival confirm the details promised in the reservation phone call. And don't pass on that breakfast -- the buffet is the best I've ever had at a restaurant. It's a proper restaurant meal.