Our one bedroom suite was fairly large and decorated in rich earth tones. The small living room was separated by a partial divider and had a pull out coach along with a table and chairs. At night, we could hear the sea lions barking near the East Mooring Basin boat ramp.
The small fridge came in handy for keeping drinks cold. There was no sink in the bathroom but a large counter with sink was just outside the bathroom door. A small packet of make up remover wipes was included along with the standard toiletry items and hairdryer.
Each floor has wide hallways and a large picture window at the end that frames the Columbia River.
Near the reception on the main floor is a large indoor pool with hot tub. The front entrance had a fireplace and cozy chairs and a steady supply of coffee was available. The front desk also had a list of nearby restaurants, including directions.
Breakfast,included in the room price, was served from 6:30 to 9:30 in a separate room on the main floor. It featured instant oatmeal as well as cold cereals, sliced fresh fruit, pastries and coffee, tea and hot chocolate.
The cost for our suite was $104.97.
Note: There is no charge for children under 17.
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