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Old Town Inn

170 US-101, Florence, OR 97439, USA

About Old Town Inn

4.3 / 5

from reviews

    Em Horton Kenefsky
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    July 31, 2022

    Overall, this place was really, really good. The room was exceedingly clean, everything is freshly painted and in good repair. The staff were all very helpful; we received excellent customer service. The hotel is within walking distance of the old town portion of Florence. I read quite a few reviews about this place before I booked, and the only negative comment I agreed with is that the rooms get warm. Not unbearably warm, and I do run a little warm, so that doesn't help, but it was a little stuffy in there all the same. But to be fair, I've never stayed in a hotel without air conditioning that DIDN'T get warm. The rooms come with a fan. My suggestion is: keep the window open and use the fan, and you'll be fine. I highly recommend this place.

    Tony Christensen
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    May 29, 2022

    A comfortable stay for the price. Staff was friendly and rooms were clean. Was the first hotel I've been to on this trip that actually has decent water pressure. Great location just a short walk from the old town shops. Rooms are a bit outdated but kept clean so no complaints.

    mzee75
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    July 08, 2022

    This stay was a mixed bag. The location is fantastic, within walking distance to dozens of shops and restaurants. The building is obviously very old and a little quirky. It’s also obvious there have been efforts at upkeep, but certain parts really show its age (chipped paint, etc..). Our upper level hallway, which used to be open to the parking lot, was enclosed with glass, making it feel like a really long three season porch. Not a problem, except that sound echoed and resonated down the hall. You could pretty much hear anyone and everyone opening and closing their doors. The staff was courteous. The room was clean and average motel size. The TV is surprisingly small (less than 30”) which gives the room a feeling of cheapness. Our room was uncomfortably hot in spite of us turning the thermostat completely off. Even an open window on a 58-degree day (which invited in lots of noise) and a fan running could not keep it cool. I did let the staff know about the temperature in the morning at checkout (possible faulty thermostat?), and they seemed disinterested. There is no air-conditioning. Since you have to have your window open in order to not suffocate, the rooms are not quiet. Mercifully our fellow guests were not noisy. The beds were very squeaky and not terribly comfortable. We had honest concerns that every time we turned over we would be bothering the people below us. We forgot a couple of phone chargers in our room. The staff was kind enough to call us, but we had already driven almost an hour away. I asked if they would be willing to ship them to our address on file, and they said no. But they would give it to a shipping company who would contact us in the next several days with pricing and options. This was initially disappointing, the shipping company contacted us the next day and their rates were very reasonable. Overall, for the facilities and amenities, it feels overpriced by at least $50 a night. Their promotional photographer must be some sort of wizard because our room barely resembled what you see online. It’s NOT bright, airy, or spacious and we certainly didn’t have pretty accent pillows. I would have liked to have seen some comparably priced rooms in town to see how they compare. Maybe it’s just supply and demand for the area, but we’ve stayed in much nicer places for much less.

    Tara Armov
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    September 17, 2022

    Old Town Inn was exactly what I expected: clean, simple rooms that overlook the parking lot that's easy to manoeuver. It's within walking distance to shops and restaurants by the river, which was perfect. I also appreciated their cutting down on plastic waste by having dispensers for shampoo and soap in the bathtub/ shower. Since it's right by the 101, road noise is inevitable, but I always travel and use earplugs anyway, so this wasn't an issue. I definitely would stay here again the next time I find myself in the area.

    Michael Hoffman
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    September 06, 2022

    Good location right next to the historic old town and riverfront section of Florence. Motel is kinda old-school and the furniture is showing some age. Room was clean and quiet, but had a slight musty odor (likely due to lack of air conditioning).

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