The best little hotel in Blythe
Posted Jul 27, 2016 on Hotels
The first thing I noticed was the fine Egyptian linens. The second was the pillows. They were soft as the fur from a small rabbit or a million feathers from parakeets.
I am not a thread count expert, but the sheets felt like gloss upon my body. The room was cool on a 100+ degree day, but not cold. The AC was on, the toilet was sanitized, and everything was clean. I was impressed by the cleanliness. There were no bugs what-so-ever and I had no concerns that there might be. There was a luxurious crown molding in my very spacious room. The room was much larger than the more pricey hotel chains that I am used to. While older, it was quaint. I felt that the hotel really cared about the customer experience. Unfortunately, I could not stay for the delectable breakfast and I cannot provide a review of the pool or of the nice little bar. There were no bums or scary people in the hotel area, but I did see some perusing around some of their competition's hotels right off of Lovekin. While I cannot name names, be warned.
While I hope to never stay in Blythe, ever again, if I did, I would definitely come back to this quaint, well managed establishment.