Pretty good if you can get a discount
I stayed in a King room and got the government rate of $93. I would not have paid more. There was no microwave. There was a frig, and my room overlooked the train tracks and river, which was nice. It was pretty much a basic room. It was also nice to have room service available, but I did not use this feature so I’m not sure how the food is.
Nice hotel, but eat breakfast elsewhere.
The hotel rooms was clean and comfortable. The front desk handled check-in efficiently enough. At check-out there was a very long line (I’d been staying for a conference at the convention centre next door). There was nothing in the lobby or in the guest room’s copy of the hotel directory saying that one could do so, but when I returned to the room and phoned the desk, I was told that I could just leave the key in the room and leave. Why couldn’t this bit of top-secret intelligence have been shared without one having to ask?
On my first morning I walked into the 9th floor restaurant at 6:35, five minutes after it opened. One other table was occupied. The menu looked a bit pricey, but I ordered anyway. Twenty-five minutes later the eggs arrived — essentially raw and uncooked. I then walked across the street to Bob’s and head a great meal (see my review, please).
- David F
WORST HOTEL EXPERIENCE EVER!!! YOU’RE BETTER OFF TO SLEEP IN YOUR CAR!!
First I would like to say that I don’t normally write reviews, but felt it necessary to warn others. When we arrived it was like coming on scene to a movie where kids had literally taken over the hotel. It was so loud in the lobby I could hardly hear myself think! I have three kids and kids don’t bother me, but this was insane! They were running, blood curdling screaming at the tops of their lungs, playing twister in the middle of the lobby floor, garbage was littered everywhere and if they had been swinging from the chandeliers it would have been fitting. There was not a worker in sight and after 15 minutes of waiting I had to call the hotel to get the girl to come out and answer the phone just to check me in. It was obvious I was a major inconvenience to her and the only things she said to me was “what’s your last name” and “here ya go”. No explanation of hotel or amenities, no room number or location, no nothing. The room had sugar ants, the beds were hard and lumpy, the pool had cones and hardware laying about. There are PLENTY of other lodging options in the area and I would recommend any of them above this one!
Wenatchee Coast hotel
I stay there for business each year at a conference. They are close to the Wenatchee conference center. They have free parking, the rooms are clean and the front desk was very accomodating. The hotel is starting to show its age but the rooms were well furnished with plenty of outlets for charging equipment.
Watch what room u r getting no
Coast hotel has everything you can want in Wenatchee – literally connected to the Conference Center. Near food & has a resteraunt, fireplace, piano, pool & live music. Rooms are clean and well kept, Front desk is constantly in training and needs a bit of common sense but that hopefully they will continue working on that.