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Great location, clean hotel/room, friendly staff
Sep 1st, 2020
Stayed for 2 nights. Unfortunately due to Covid their bistro was closed but otherwise had a good stay. Location was right on the river walk park and borders Gonzaga University with several restaurants and bars within ~ 5 min walk away. All the staff we encountered - front desk, housekeeping - all said hello or good morning throughout our stay and all seemed genuine...that was refreshing. Room and hotel was clean and all staff were wearing masks. Would stay there again. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
Downtown without being downtown
May 3rd, 2020
Stayed here for a quick weekend trip. The hotel is downtown but away from the central core of the city, which is nice because there's free parking and downtown is an easy five minute drive, or a longer walk if you wanted. The hotel is off of Division and the Spokane River in a business park. The hotel is an older version of the Courtyard brand, but very clean. We had a one-bedroom king suite so we could have a living area (with sofa bed) for our daughter and a bedroom area for us. The room was spacious, the bathroom was small. We had a courtyard facing room, which was fine. The Centennial Trail is right outside the lobby, following the Spokane River, which you can use to take to downtown and Riverfront Park or the other way to Gonzaga or beyond. It was more than I wanted to pay for a hotel, but the location for going downtown and going to Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena for two Chiefs games was good. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
Comfortable room, clean hotel
Feb 25th, 2020
The room was nicely set up with a table/desk that pulls out and a sleeper sofa. I liked the balcony that each room has - ours overlooked the courtyard. The lobby area is huge with several different seating areas, including tables for the Bistro. I had a drink at the Bistro, no food. Drink was spendy, but very good. All staff was friendly and helpful. Indoor pool and spa - I didn't use, but looked nice. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
Clean and comfortable - but avoid adjoining rooms
Feb 16th, 2020
I spent two nights here for work and it certainly met my needs for that. The room was clean, the bed was comfortable, and staff was friendly. The WiFi worked without issue. The gym is very small (2 treadmills, 1 bike, 1 elliptical, some weights, and that's about it) but functional, and it's nice that there's an indoor pool and whirlpool. The location is good - easy access to downtown and a pretty view of the river, but the property itself is nestled away and is quiet with plenty of parking. The bistro isn't a big, full service restaurant but is perfectly adequate for a business traveler and I appreciated having it there, especially for breakfast - and it's much better than the free (but mediocre) continental breakfasts some properties offer. The only negatives are 1)there wasn't a ton of hot water and what was there took quite a while to start flowing, and 2)while the room was quiet in general, I could somehow here extremely clearly (almost amplified) through the door connecting me to the room next door. Not a huge deal, but if I stay there again I would ask for a room without an adjoining door. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
Nickel & Dime
Feb 11th, 2020
The hotel itself is nice. Comfortable bed, relatively quiet, and clean. The staff is okay. What truly disappointed me was the “nickel and dime” atmosphere of them trying to make a few extra $$. There is a very small fridge in the room but no microwave. You have to use the one in the lobby. There was no complimentary coffee or tea in the lobby because they have a Starbucks Bistro and want you to buy everything. No complimentary breakfast either and while I do like Starbucks Coffee the food there sucks and is too expensive. I ordered an $8.00 breakfast sandwich which had stale crusty bread, wilted arugula and old browning avocado. If you want a beer or snacks expect to pay at least twice what you’d pay at a gas station. At $5.75 for a beer I expect live entertainment not just to take it back to my room. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
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