Perfectly adequate clean room with continental breakfast to get you on the way. Breakfast area is small. Staff were friendly and helpful. Price is right. Bed comfortable and quiet room. Plenty of parking, did not see an elevator but only two stories.
The McMinnville Inn is good for a short-term stay. The room (124) was spacious. There is absolutely nothing special about the inn. It's bare bones, like any roadside motel you've ever stayed in. The best thing about the inn is its convenient location to Linfield College, the great eating and drinking downtown, and the beautiful vineyards of Willamette Valley. Other guests have had many complaints, so read the reviews to make your decision. It's not that I wouldn't stay again. I like new experiences, so would give other motels a shot first. In the end, wherever I'd be staying in McMinnville, the motel is nothing more than a place to sleep before making my next excursion into the region.
Very dated. Ac in room 125 didn't work. Called front desk twice reply new unit must be frozen up turn off for a while and turn back on. Didn't work got up in the 80's in room cooler outside.Coffee maker didn't work front desk reply do you have it plugged up. Really.Room very dim. Internet didn't work. I know things happen at hotels but customer service zero.After getting upset with front desk 10 percent discount wow really. Obviously would not recommend. Checked reviews found same issues so hotel was already aware of issues.I normally don't write negative reviews due to normally getting good customer service. AGAIN NOT HERE.
Road Glide John here again. This is a budget motel but the staff is very friendly. The parking lot is huge and biker friendly. They could use some updates but if your on a budget, this is your place. It's an easy walk to the Mexican restaurant next door.
Great roof top bar at the hotel very friendly staff fair prices good view of old part of town good choice of beer and cider on tap you can walk up or take the elevator up souvenir shop in the lobby.a good place to stop
My wife and I stayed here one night and then left to spend two more nights in a very cool, quaint 1951 trailer at the rather expensive Vintage RV park in Dayton. Motel looks like something out of the 60's and sits back a bit from the highway, so it's fairly quiet. The reefer in our first room wasn't working, so we were moved next door to a big room with one firm queen size bed with working reefer and microwave. There was a TV and desk and desk-type chair, but no additional chair for relaxing. And there was no table for eating. We were told we could have a room with king bed and additional chair for $10 more...no thanks. The main light for our room was over the desk at the far end of the room rather than centrally located. And the A/C was in the bathroom sink area, so you…
Like all lower class hotels, it smells of stale cigarette smoke. The door of the bathroom had been punched and had a hole in it. Table and chairs were missing. Hair dryer didn't work. The place appeared to be clean however and the room had a working fridge, microwave, and coffee maker (enough coffee for two small cups). For the price it is about what you would expect. The staff at the desk (Barbara) was extremely friendly and knowledgeable. She also seemed to care. Had lots of hot water with plenty of pressure for my shower/bath. Didn't have problems with heater for which we could easily control heat/cold temperature. Maybe we were just lucky in getting the right room compared to many of the other reviews I read about this place.
Had a late checkin Friday evening, checkin completely behind glass as if we were criminals. Awful start and atmosphere. Were told that breakfast on Saturday is only until 09.00. (on weekend days!!) In response to a bit later checkout request we were immediately told: "NO". Room was very cold and a lot of noise all night, thin walls, in the morning it seemed as if the neighbours took a shower in our room. Only 1 thin blanket and despite the king size bed only 3 small pillows. Coffee maker with only 1 coffee serving and no tea at all, no sugar, creamer etc. Only 2 very small cups available in the room for the coffee and/or bathroom together. In bathroom we found an empty tissue box and only 1 toilet paper available. In total only 2 very small and thin towels, this was…
The room was dated, but clean. The hotel was quiet and had lots of parking. We were disappointed when we attempted to have our complimentary breakfast: It is situated in a very tiny space, which was jam-packed with guests, there was no hot water for tea, no creamer for coffee and breakfast consisted basically of store-bought mini muffins, toast and not much more. I went back to my room and microwaved water for my tea (which I brought from home). We checked out of the hotel and went to a restaurant for breakfast. Very dissapointing.
The front desk staff (Beth) was kind and helpful. The hotel is very dated, but the room itself was clean and quiet. It was cold outside, and the only heat in the room is a loud wall unit that can only be turned on or off, can't be set to reach a specific temperature. It was too loud to sleep with, so the room was chilly all night. The beds have a very thin blanket and no comforter, so I slept fully clothed to stay warm. Got up the next morning hoping for a hot shower, but no, water was lukewarm at best and turned freezing cold while showering. I can put up with a lot, but cold room and cold showers are a no-go. It was overpriced for what it was. Find another hotel if you can.