Sugarloaf Mt. Motel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSugarloaf Mt. Motel Bend
This would be a great motel if only it were managed better. The rooms were very nice for the price, but there was no coffee filter for the coffee maker, the internet didn't work, the satellite TV was spotty, and the receptionist was so-so. On the plus side, the room was clean, the bed comfortable, had a complementary breakfast and a nice pool. It was worth the money but it could be so much better.
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