Quality Inn Downtown 4th Avenue
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TravelPod Member ReviewsQuality Inn Downtown 4th Avenue Spokane
Everyone from receptionist to housekeeper was friendly and polite and eager to make our stay as comfortable as possible. The rooms were great, bed was just what we needed for a good night's rest. Since we were having to leave before 2am the staff arranged for us to have a breakfast prepared and waiting before we checked out. We'll definitely stay here again.
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