Red Lion Hotel At The Park
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
Photos of Red Lion Hotel At The Park
Travelers also looked at:
- More recommendations
TravelPod Member ReviewsRed Lion Hotel At The Park Spokane
The hotel was very comfortable and well located. It was clean and quiet, and although still doing some reconstruction was a very nice place to stay. The breakfast was great and the service was excellent.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Red Lion Hotel At The Park Spokane
Travel Blogs from Spokane
... www.manitogardens.com/default.ht m
We ran out of steam each day, spending about 2-3 hours at a time, smelling, photographing, reading and viewing the gardens. Great place!
Steve and Kim
... Rolling wheat fields gradually give way to the "channeled scablands" of eastern Washington, created by volcanic and glacial activity.
Geologist J. Harlen Bretz wrote in the 1920s about his theory that this lunar-looking landscape was created by the massive Missoula Floods back in the Pleistocene era. Enormous Lake Missoula occasionally broke ...
FATHER'S DAY 06.15.14
Roses, Roses and More Roses!!!
This all started last January when I took a picture of a Pink Promise HT Rose in my Arizona garden and included it in this blog with a note 'This Rose is for you Kent!’ I was being bad and sent the picture of the rose as a 'neener, neener, neener' to Kent knowing that he didn't have any roses blooming on Rock Hill ... Well, Kent replied that I needed ...
... so I got four different IPA's . . . and they were all very good! The picture makes these look like mugs . . . but they are not more than a pint . . . sort of like holding the little fish out front to make it look larger!!
Then, it was back to the station . . . I took some pictures of the improved digs that I am posting . . . . The queuing was the usual Amtrak uncertainty and confusion . . . we thought the sleepers would be boarded separately and ...
... and, ultimately, the town.
Bob showed us the chapel built in 1880, used as a school and a non-denominational house of worship, and where we know Sherman himself attended services when he returned a few years later on an inspection tour. The chapel is one of only three original buildings remaining from the fort, along with a home on officer’s row, and the power magazine.
As we strolled ...