235 E. Main St., Dayton, Washington, 99328, United States
Echoes of the Old West ring through this hotel, built as a saloon and lodge in the late 1800s by the nephew of beer baron Henry Weinhard, and where rooms have modern amenities but period antiques. Fruit baskets and bouquets of flowers are thoughtful touches, and a coffeehouse provides free Wi-Fi to hotel guests and nonguests using their own laptops. Guests can catch a breeze in the pleasant rooftop garden, peruse the art gallery, and take the hotel's two-person surrey bike for a spin around town.
- friendly, attentive service
- rooms reflect the history of the era but have modern features
- some street noise from rooms that face highway
- no elevator
Rate Includes: Breakfast
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