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TravelPod Member ReviewsTower Motel Marysville
Thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Tower Motel in Marysville. Modern decor, friendly owners/management and even a bath tub....what more could a girl ask for? Despite the devastating fire in the area in 2009, the town is working hard to keep itself on the map as the place to visit and stay when in the area. I highly recommend the Tower Motel as a lovely boutique type of place to stay. The owners, David and Leeanne will take very good care of you. I'd stay there again if I ever get the pleasure of visiting Marysville again.
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