Our first time to stay at this Best Western & we loved it! Room with a view of the Columbia River & Great food!! Our room was large with sliding glass door to a patio. Super comfy beds & linens with extra blanket & pillow. The staff was smiling & friendly. I asked about printing documents & they offered to print them for us & provided their email address. It’s the little things when on the road every night that makes such a big difference like a bathroom night light, huge coffee cups, extra plugs, the citrus soaps, shampoo/conditioner & lotion I love! We are on the road 275 nights a year. Now as “essential drivers”, we have been through at least 25 states during CV19 and food - good food, is the hardest to come by. A quick peak at the dining room looks very inviting and their outdoor patio must be a great spot to eat and relax when it reopens for “dine in”. We ordered & picked up in the lobby. We ate in our room watching the sunset. A beautiful end to the day. The cod was big & flakey and the fries handcut. $12 for two pieces and $6 for 1 piece on the kids menu.
We were given a breakfast menu and I was excited about real eggs - cooked anyway you want, not the scrambled ones out of the microwave bags offered by most hotels way back before CV19 when they used to serve breakfast! The housemade granola, yogurt, fruit & honey was the bomb as was the Sunnyside up eggs, potatoes, sausage and biscuit!
Check this place out! We will be back! Please thank them for feeding the essential workers out on the unfriendly roads 1650 miles from home during CV19! less