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Hotel Prairie in Prairie City, OR

Hotel Prairie in Prairie City, OR

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Rating: 5.00

Address: 112 W Front St, Prairie City, OR, 97869

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    Comments (6):

    1. Bob S.
    Great place to spend a night or two and relax in peace.  Hotel restoration is done with class and an eye towards the locale.  Cowhide, photos and pictures.  From the front sitting area out front I can gaze across the street to the nursing home that is my birthplace...it was the area hospital in the '40's!  I have even seen a deer or two glazing on the lawn.  Last visit two years ago was good but this past week was even better with air conditioning.  Great restaurants a few doors down.  Spend a night, want to stay a week.  I rarely give five-stars.

    23/07/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    2. Judson M.
    This place is as good as it gets in small town hotels. It is immaculately furnished. It is white glove clean. It is obviously historic but it has all the modern luxuries. My wife and I stayed here with our one year old son. Our room was spacious enough for his portable crib and then some. Prairie City is a tiny town so my expectations were pretty low, but this place blew my preconceptions out of the water.

    They have a kitchen down stairs that is clean and very convenient to use. Also make sure to visit the back yard it is a nice place to sit in the evening and relax.

    25/07/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    3. Dave M.
    We went to this hotel on January 02, 2013 and stayed the night. The manager met us after hours because we got in late, which was just awesome of  her.
    The place was immaculate, with a very "homey" feel to it. We had our choice of rooms because we were to be the only guests that night. After we checked in, we had the place to ourselves and I, while not normally comfortable in hotels, was very comfortable. The bed was very nice and I slept like a log after a long trip.
    I took my dog with me as well, and he was welcomed by the manager and her son.

    All in all, if I get  back up this way, I will not hesitate to stay at this place.

    I highly recommend this establishment as one of the premier places to stay in this area.

    08/01/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    4. Cindy H.
    A Hidden Treasure in Eastern Oregon......

    A stay at the Hotel Prairie is like stepping back in time to the rural old west, but with the comforts of a modern hotel. Historical pictures line the walls.
    This beautifully restored historic hotel has very comfy beds. Their rooms nicely appointed and simple decor made for a cozy stay. After a full days drive I thoroughly enjoyed the long hot shower!

    There's also a lovely lobby/living room with plush leather sofas and a fireplace.

    The hotel has a small kitchen with a fridge and microwave which is a great asset for travelers.

    Jenny, the hotel's manager, along with her handsome & polite young son, were very friendly, helpful and accommodating.

    Don't hesitate to bring along your dog, as they're made to feel just as welcome.

    We found the hotel to be clean, relaxing and comfortable.

    If you're looking for accommodations in Prairie City, or the John Day area, The Hotel Prairie will not disappoint.

    12/01/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    5. Erica M.
    As previously reviewed, this place is immaculate, no doubt.

    I ended up here because John Day was super crowded with Forest Service personnel undertaking a training event...consider this if you are headed into the area as a tourist without lodging reservations.  Anyhow, I could not have been more pleased when a motel clerk in John Day sent me here.  Prairie is much more my kind of place.  Here it is quiet and charming and just a few miles from the hustle and bustle of Grant County over in John Day.  I explored Fossil Beds and the Strawberry Mountains in my short stay.

    Back to the place.  I got in late and was met by the manager who left me with the entire 9 room facility to myself!  Wow what a treat...perfectly clean and large room and independent access to indoor and outdoor common areas.  This was absolutely worth the value of the rate (AAA applies) and I decided on the spot to stay an extra night.  Everything works great.  The internet is super fast.  Tall ceilings (I was in room 4 on the bottom level).  Privacy.  I cannot complain.

    I'd worried upon arrival about getting my things in and out as I have become accustomed to drive up motels as I travel often, but it was really little trouble moving my things in a side door to my bottom level room.

    The building is certainly old, but the entire place was gutted and redone in 2008 so it is like new.

    This is a great get-away.  Come out of your way to stay here.

    02/05/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    6. Heather C.
    I can't believe I haven't taken the time to write a review for Hotel Prairie.  This is a fantastic place to stay, and well taken care of.  I've stayed there twice now, and am dreaming of when I can get back for another visit.  

    The lobby is a place you want to linger, and they make it easy to do.  Decorated with historic photos of the area, it has good seating to curl up with a book and watch the sun set.

    We got the same room both times as we liked it so much.  Such good memories of reading on the couch, getting up in the morning and getting coffee at the restaurant next to the hotel.

    This is clearly a place the owners care about, and it shows.  A fantastic place to have as a base for exploring John Day, Strawberry Mountain, and Eastern Oregon in general.  Can't wait to go back.

    16/11/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0