Oxford Suites Downtown Spokane
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Lovely small(ish) hotel on the banks of the river. Had a river view room with a balcony. Staff at check-in were really friendly. Room was very clean and a good size. Proper high speed wi-fi, and FREE!!! Bed was really comfortable. Spokane is a great little city, and the hotel is in a good location. Just a short and scenic walk along the river and across a bridge and your in the center of town! If I'm ever back in Spokane, I'll deffo stay here again.
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