Red Lion Inn & Suites McMinnville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRed Lion Inn & Suites McMinnville
It was clean and quiet, so that's good. Seems like an older hotel, some spiffing up wouldn't hurt. Breakfast was sparse, waffles if you had the time to wait in line. Coffee with powdered creamer. Rather tired apples and bananas. Sausage, hash browns and hard boiled eggs were not terrible appetizing. We'll probably stay at the Comfort Inn next time through McMinnville.
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Travel Blogs from McMinnville
... all day there as it was really fantastic, Amongst the purchases was bear spray, bear bells and special airtight bags to keep my food in so the bears aren't attracted. Lunch was at Applebee's which is another American icon, not bad and really good value. What is really surprising is the quality of the customer service, must have something to do with the tipping system. Quite night at the hotel tonight catching up on some ...
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