Best Western Pinedale Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBest Western Pinedale Inn
This Best Western was in a convenient easy to find location. Our room was clean, quiet and had all the immensities one would need for a short stay. The only complaint was of the two queen beds, which were a bit worn with impressions and the TV reception wasn't very good.
Special note - this is the first Best Western out of the five we've stayed in this past week that had a hydraulic "door closer" on every door, allowing the door to close slowly rather than slamming. In the other hotel the doors were slamming constantly at all times of the day and night. THANK YOU!
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