Rodeway Inn Medford
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRodeway Inn Medford
I love the revival of these vintage Travelodges. Although the hotel room itself was average in appearance, it was very clean. The staff members were friend ly and helpful. The hot breakfast was fantastic and I loved being able to park the car right in front of my hotel room.
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