Oceanfront Lodge

Address: 100 A Street, Crescent City, California, 95531, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located on 100 A Street, Crescent City, is near Redwood National Park, Trees of Mystery, Battery Point Lighthouse, and Klamath River.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsOceanfront Lodge Crescent City

    Reviewed by lisamcinnes

    Great value

    Reviewed Aug 3, 2013
    by (2 reviews) , Canada Flag of Canada

    Great location
    Nice, clean rooms
    Friendly helpful staff

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Historical Traveler Reviews Oceanfront Lodge Crescent City

    Somewhat Overrated

    from

    This hotel has a fantastic setting and it's public rooms are beautiful and well-appointed. The guest rooms are rather small and the beds are not especially comfortable. We could hear the plumbing sounds from the room next to ours.

    Rooms in the "wings" do not have a full ocean view.

    This is the place to stay in Crescent City.

    from

    Our first 2 nights in Crescent City were spent at the Lighthouse Inn which was nice but for our last night we paid an extra $50 and got a room at the Hampton Inn and Suites. The room was great (King Suite) with an ocean/lighthouse view, jacuzzi tub, fridge, m/w, and balcony. We were not able to get wireless high speed internet in our room (poor signal strength) but did manage to access the internet from the lounge area. The sitting area on the main level of the hotel looks out across the water and has comfortable leather sofas and chairs and a fireplace. Breakfast was included and was very good. The front desk staff wasn't all that friendly and we were quoted a much higher rate when we asked at the front desk as compared to the rate we managed to get online. I would definitely stay here again.

    Fantastic!

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    My husband and I stayed here two nights in Sept. Thanks to Trip Advisor's reviews we found this great hotel. The room was a nice size, clean and the view was fantastic! (3rd floor south rooms) The cont. breakfest was the best. The front desk people were very helpful and very nice. The hour drive up the Oregon coast was marvelous and a must while in this area. It was nice to wake up and look out and see the seals basking on the rocks. You can't beat the price either!

    Fantastic

    Very accommodating

    from

    We stayed here as a wedding was using the hotel area as its ceremony and reception location. The weather was somewhat cold (mid 60's), so we appreciated the interior entry doors to move easily within the hotel. The kids loved the indoor pool/jacuzzi, and we could easily keep an eye out for them while being in the exercise room or sauna. The expanded continental breakfast and eating area was nice. You had to heat up the egg patty, sausage, french toast, or waffles in the microwave, but everything else was well-stocked. We brought extra's to our room, so it was nice to have a small snack during the day (fridges and microwaves are in all the rooms).

    The front desk people were very pleasant and helped us with sight-seeing (most were within walking distance). The views of the Pacific and the nearby lighthouse from our window were wonderful.

    Excellent

    from

    We stayed at this hotel for 3 nights last month. Everything was great, staff was very friendly, helpful, and made sure all was well with our stay. Fantastic view of the ocean, all rooms had views of it, most (except ground floor rooms) had balconies. The price was a bit up there, but considering what you got, it's well worth the extra cash. This is one of the best if not the best hotels in Crescent City...

    Best hotel in city--by far

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    We were ready to give up on our annual vacation in crescent city after our experience at the Crescent beach motel. We got lucky and found a room at the Hamton inn. Were were very impressed with the room, the amazing views and the outstanding customer service. This is a 1st class hotel. We look forward to next year!!

    Great View

    from

    This is definitely the best place to stay in Crescent City. All the rooms look out towards the water. Our balcony had a view of the lighthouse and the beach, which was only a few steps away. Everything was clean and the staff was very helpful and friendly. I would definitely recommend this hotel to anyone traveling to this area.

    Great Choice

    from

    We also planned on staying at another hotel in the area and were not impressed. Managed to get a room last minute, the hotel then sold out. Everything was great (the rooms very clean, the free continental breakfast very good and the amenities included pool, sauna room, hot tub) and the hotel is right on the water and next to the Battery Point Lighthouse. Very Nice. I would recommend this hotel to anyone coming to this area.

    Very nice

    from

    fantastic rooms with water views. Clean, neat rooms and public areas. Wonderful staff, friendly and helpful. Had reservations at "hotel" in Klamath, but was truly disgusting, so drove few extra miles north and it was well worth it. Pool area open till midnight, perfect after hours hiking thru nearby gorgeous redwoods .

    Right on the water......beautiful view, very nice suites

    from

    Beautiful views! Hotel is fairly new so the rooms are very nice and clean. They offer an extended continental breakfast including french toast, hot and cold cereals, muffins, waffles and much more. The staff is very friendly. We asked for dining suggestions and when we made our choice they asked us to stop by the front desk on our way out and they would have printed directions for us. There is a large city park and the light house just a short walk away. You never know what your going to get when you are booking a "beach" hotel. We would recommend this hotel to anyone!

    TripAdvisor Reviews Oceanfront Lodge Crescent City

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
     

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