Riviera Inn is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Port Angeles, offering a budget friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Close to Ediz Hook Reserve (1.9 mi), a popular Port Angeles landmark, Riviera Inn is a great destination for tourists.
Rooms at Riviera Inn offer a flat screen TV and a refrigerator providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
24 hour front desk and express check-in and check-out are some of the conveniences offered at this motel. If you are driving to Riviera Inn, free parking is available.
If you like pubs, Riviera Inn is conveniently located near Next Door GastroPub, Barhop Brewing & Taproom, and Coyote BBQ Pub.
Looking to explore? Then look no further than Port Angeles Fine Art Center (0.9 mi) and Port Angeles City Pier (0.4 mi), which are some popular Port Angeles attractions – all conveniently located within walking distance of the motel.
Enjoy your stay in Port Angeles!
We got in super late and wanted to do olympic NP the next day and we just had to sleep. It isn’t the nicest from the outside but its not a bad motel. We got greeted by a nice girl at the front desk and she was very friendly. For the price you cant beat it. It was probably the cheapest motel in all of port angeles and for the price you can make due. The rooms are outdated and not very decorated but the rooms were very clean and the bathroom was spotless. The shower does look like its built for someone who is under 5 ft tall but i couldn’t complain. The beds were comfortable and you’re 5 mins away from the entrance of the park
When we drove up the sign on the street was half missing so I almost drove by thinking that cannot be it - that is a rundown hotel that is closed up. Wrong - that was the hotel. We were only staying one night so we made it work. It is a very old and rundown place. We could see that they were redoing a lot of the rooms in the building behind us but this room hadn't been touched in years. The bed was fairly comfortable and the room seemed clean. The ice maker was broken so we had to go buy our own ice. The neighborhood is questionable. Would recommend finding something better.
When I arrived at this seedy little motel, my first thought was to find other lodgings. But it was late, and it was August -- high season here -- and it could have been difficult to find a vacancy, and I had a ferry to catch in the morning, and I was tired from driving all day. The outside of the building was bedraggled, with worn old indoor/outdoor carpeting and dirt on the walls and windows. The inside was worse. I hope the black stuff in the bathroom window was just dirt and not black mold. I slept with clothes and socks on. I showered with sandals on, leaving the bathroom lights off so that I wouldn't have to see the condition of the shower. I've stayed in $15/night hostels in Mexican villages much more acceptable than this. I travel widely, and this is the worst place…
I cannot say it is terrible, but it gains one of the last places in the whole trip hotel ranking. Our room was in the corner with the main Street so we had two very noisy nights. Carpet in the room gave me the sensation of dirty and dusty so I never tried walking with no slippers. Beds and bathroom, instead were very clean and confortable. No value restaurants in walking distance so you have to take the car and reach the ferry Harbour. Anyway the only attractives of the city are that it is a main gateway to the Olympic NP and that it has the main Harbour for Victoria ferries. Better look for something else....
We stayed here only for one night as we were traveling south coming from Victoria (ferry) in the evening. It's a good location close to the ferry and I guess that's the only reason why this hotel can survive. Rooms are really old. Not the cleanest. Building is very old and one could hear every step of the people in the room above. The lady at the reception was really nice which is definitely a plus... But that's the only one besides the good location.