Ratings based on 212 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.2 Room cleanliness
4.2 Service & staff
3.8 Room comfort
3.7 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Seattle, WA
Good overnight stay hotel with harbor view.Posted Feb 23, 2015
Pros: Price options, harbor view.
Cons: Outdated. Exterior remodeling needed.
Location: A lot. Lake Crescent and Hurricane Ridge are just outstanding. Also visit the pier with observation point next to the ferry station, just block away.
The hotel is a bit outdated, but has reasonable cost options. You can choose between harbor view room and non-harbor view, that is a bit less expensive. If you select harbor view option (which is nice), try to get room on second or third floor, where the view is not obscured by trees or fence. Rooms are a bit tight, but have pretty much everything you need. No tracks of bedbugs noticed :). Free breakfast is included, but very simple (no any meat or sausages included), just coffee, juice, eggs, cereals and waffles - all standard. Available till 9:30am. The checkout is 10am, that may be not convenient for those who sleep in. No other amenities available like pool or gym. Hence concluding - if you need more luxury - choose Red Lion; if you need just stay a night with nice view - select this one, for 1.5 times less expensive.
by A verified travelerfrom arizona
Old and disfunctionalPosted Feb 10, 2015
This hotel needs a make over. Bad. Upgrades or price reduction and an explanation that you are stepping back in time
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Olympia, WA
Convenient, safe and affordablePosted Jan 21, 2015
Pros: Affordable, clean. Allowed me to leave my car for the two days I was gone.
Cons: A long downhill walk to the ferry terminal and a hard climb back uphill to get my car. Would have been very difficult in t rain or ice.
Location: Nothing of interest to me nearby.
As a single woman needing to catch the early ferry to Victoria the next morning, the Pt. Angeles Inn was a safe and clean choice. For the low rate it was a good deal and the breakfast, like the breakfast room, was small. But it was plenty to eat and clean. If I had paid just a little more I would have had a view and a larger room. Next time I would do that as the view of the harbor would be spectacular.
for Familiesby A verified traveler
Comfortable hotel close to downtown.Posted Jan 21, 2015
Location: Some nearby restaurants took Canadian money at par. Many antique shops and interesting boutiques.
We enjoyed our stay. The hotel serves a great breakfast, including a waffle station ! The hotel is close to downtown, although if you come without a vehicle, access is difficult, as it is on a hill. The choices are a steep staircase of 103 steps, or a walk around of a few blocks, including a hill. Overall, worth the climb!
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom seattle
Fine for the pricePosted Jan 19, 2015
Clean place, good enough for a night while exploring the Olympic peninsula. Smelled a little musty inside and was very basic, but it was clean and comfortable.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Seattle
Convenient and ReasonablePosted Jan 16, 2015
Pros: Very convenient to downtown and the Victoria ferry Reasonable price Clean & comfortable.
Location: Close to downtown restaurants, a great little book store and other businesses. Convenient to Hurricane ridge & other wonders.
Stayed here for a night before catching the MV COHO Ferry to Victoria early in the morning.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Seattle
Clean, cozy, convenient - and hot waffles to boot!Posted Jan 16, 2015
Pros: Clean rooms. Fast internet. Hot waffles in the breakfast bar. Funky atching curtain/shower curtain/beadspread combo.
Location: Right in downtown Port Angeles. Walk to shops, restaurants, the best gastropub in the town.
The pictures don't do this place justice. If you need to spend a night in Port Angeles, it's a clean, comfortable and well-appointed option right in the middle of town. Think 100% more convenient than similarly priced name brands you'll find on 101. You can walk to the local restaurants and shops, and a grocery store nearby makes picking up snacks a breeze.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Eastsound, WA
Beautiful view overlooking Port Angeles!Posted Jan 3, 2015
Pros: Don't always read the book by its' cover - this place was a real find and we do plan on staying there again!
Cons: The only downside to the motel was the internet service - it was slow and kept on cutting out. I finally used my cellphone as my mobile hotspot.
Location: The Olympic Peninsula and National Park are "must-sees" if you are in the area - the beauty of the area is breath-taking.
We were really surprised by this hotel. We had stayed in Port Angeles before, staying at one of the franchise motels. This motel looks older on the outside, but our third floor room was very comfortable, with lots of space, beautiful view of Port Angeles and the water, and all the amenities we needed, including microwave and refrigerator. It was quiet, though it was full. The breakfast was good and the staff very pleasant. It is close to a grocery store so we got a salad to have in the room while we gazed out the window.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom WA
Nice little hotel downtown Port AngelesPosted Dec 31, 2014
Pros: Hotel price, location, breakfast.
Cons: Good hotel for the price.
Location: Many restaurants and bars in walking distance. Ferries to Victoria close by.
Nice, calm, little hotel in downtown Port Angeles for the traveler who does not need fancy stuff for one or two nights. Restaurants, ferries, all in walking distance. Rooms clean and comfortable, staff friendly. Breakfast (eggs, breads, waffle, jam) was included in the very reasonable hotel price. This is a good deal for the price.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom MD
Excellent location to access Port AngelesPosted Dec 29, 2014
Pros: Location, friendly proprietor, good complimentary breakfast.
Location: Central to getting into Port Angeles town, the pier. We enjoyed hiking in the HOH rainforest, going into Rialto, Port Gambrill, Port Townsend, Sequim.
We stayed at the Port Angeles Inn in December, for 7 nights, so it was not crowded at all and the pricing was about the best we could find in the area. Joanne, the owner, was very friendly. The complimentary breakfast was basic, but provided the balance of food groups needed for my diet, especially the hard boiled eggs she boils herself (not rubbery!). The view from the back of the Inn looking over the harbor one direction and the mountains to the other was something we took time to enjoy each morning, The location was excellent as we were able to easily get to the Ferry, PA shops and most restaurants (especially Haven), the bookstore and the Safeway (we bought milk and other foods & kept them in the refrigerator for use throughout the day). We were there visiting our daughter that moved out to WA last February. She picked us up in Seattle, but needed her car for work so our means of getting around when she wasn't free to sight-see with us was walking-had no problem with that. We had to stay at a hotel, since her living conditions do not provide any room for guests, just as we did when we came out in the summer. It was also close enough so we could walk to our daughters Church. As long as prospective guests realize it is a basic, no frills older lodging and keep their expectations at that level, we can say we thought it was a very satisfactory to excellent for our needs.