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We were in The Dalles for the state baseball tournament July 13-14. I will never stay any place other than this on future visits. Behind the front desk counter ....like a fresh daisy was the charming Renee. She met our every need and made the...More
Stayed one night while taking my son to ski camp at Mt Hood. Catherine at the front desk was very friendly and super helpful! Breakfast was good (I had eggs and sausage) and eating area was clean and food inventory well tended to. Looking forward...More
We spent the day exploring the Columbia River Gorge and felt The Dalles would be a good stopping place. Compared to many of the hotels we checked out, The Dalles Inn was quite affordable.
This hotel is right downtown. The front desk clerk was very...More
The staff were extremely friendly and the rooms were very clean. The room service was great. As well as the breakfast area which had many food items to choose from. I would recommend this hotel to anyone.
The Dalles is a charming historic town. The Dalles hotel is a great location. There is a micro brew pub next door, a Burgerville across the street, and a gas station. Access back to the freeway is convenient. It is pet friendly. If you are...More
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Response from TheDallesInnManager, General Manager at The Dalles InnResponded 2 weeks ago
Thank you so much for the kind review! We appreciate your business! Hope to see you again.
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In The Dalles the trains are not allowed to blow their whistle within the city limits, so they aren't a problem when trying to sleep. Most people don't notice them at night. There isn't a set train schedule so we never... More
In The Dalles the trains are not allowed to blow their whistle within the city limits, so they aren't a problem when trying to sleep. Most people don't notice them at night. There isn't a set train schedule so we never know when they are going to run.