The Coho Oceanfront Lodge
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Historical Traveler Reviews The Coho Oceanfront Lodge Lincoln City
Would not stay anywhere else!
Helpful staff, clean rooms, great value, awesome views..... what else can you ask for? stayed at other motels in the area, but this one tops them all!!
It's a great place to stay!
My wife and I were swept away by the beautiful Oregon coast and the Coho Inn made the experience that much more enjoyable. We were very much humbled by the sounds and breathtaking views of the Oregon sea as we woke up from our room at the Coho Inn. Spending close to a week in the same location, I was personally impressed by the staff and their consistency in providing great service. The rooms were very clean everyday and looked to be recently renovated with new fixtures and appliances. Catch fish and crab and cook them in your own room. You can't beat that. Anyways, we hope you enjoy Oregon as much as we did. It's just good to know there's a place there we can count on to help us have a great time.Sincerely,Denny & Heejin
"REALITY OCEAN VIEW": Beathtaking views of ocean and car towing!!!
Wonderful view of the Pacific Ocean! Clean rooms. Spa overlooking ocean. One block from ramp to beach. Three blocks to restaurant, bar, theater (cheap matinees), and various shopping stores. Plus an outlet shopping center a couple miles south. Forget whale whatching! Your view also includes some poor soul getting his CAR TOWED FROM THE HIGH TIDE!!! Oh! and the cacino bus stops here too. ENJOY!
We stayed at the Coho Inn based on other TripAdviser user reviews. We also did some independent checking on other hotels and rates for the Lincoln City area. We stayed in a 2-room, with kitchen and fireplece.
It was exceptionally clean and surprisingly quiet. The view was great and having a fireplace was definitely worth the extra few dollars!
Although the hotel is beachfront, guests need to make a very short walk down the road to beach access. We actually enjoyed the brief walk.
There is a commercial center with shops and restaurants within a very short walking distance also. This was a great convenience for those times we didn't feel like cooking or driving to a restaurant. Based on rates of other places in the area (which we checked out while we were there), we came to the conclusion that The Coho Inn was a great choice, and that we will plan to stay there again if we return to Lincoln City.
Worst value imaginable
Don't be fooled by the picture of the hotel right on the beach. You can't actually get to the beach unless you climb over a string of razor wire on the hill going to the beach. Your only other alternative is to walk down the street looking for the beach entrance. (sorry folks, no sidewalks, take your life in your hands walking down the street with cars zooming by.) The beach entrance is shared by a road so that all the monster trucks can do donuts around you while you try to appreciate "nature". Oh joy. The rooms have coffe makers, but no coffee.
(actually, they have instant coffee, but no kettle to make hot water).
I got told to buy my own coffee. If the room was $50 I could be written off as a whiner, but for $135 I expected more.
What a great get a awy
One of the best places to stay on the Oregon coast.SO clean, cant beat the view,and the people where so nice.
Great place to stay
I was very pleasantly surprised with how clean the room was. Rug, bedspread, shower, it was all great. Nice view, I even liked the walk to the beach. I'd stay there again. DL
Home away from home!
I have been staying at the Coho Inn for years. Rooms have been renovated and are very clean. Love the view......what a view! Now they serve even free breakfast. Can't complain. Wouldn't stay any other place. I highly recommend it!!
My family and I have been staying at the Coho Inn for
close to thirty years. The rooms are spacious and kept very clean. The owners and the employees are just wonderful. The rates are competetive, and the views are breathtaking. I highly recommend this to anyone traveling the Oregon coast.
Views from the inn is truly amazing....just like the pictures on the Coho's website.
The room that we stayed in was comfortable,
meticulously maintained, and affordable.
This is probably the best value that I found
in a long time.
I'll definitely come back to this place again.
TripAdvisor Reviews The Coho Oceanfront Lodge Lincoln City
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... before any hospitalizations, the real show vegan from across the river.
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... to watch the thunderous waves smash into the chasm. Sounds like a cannon going off. At the bottom of the stairs, a path to the left takes you around the point to a sandy spot where you watch the waves crashing into and over the rocks. Be sure to see this at high tide.
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