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GuestHouse Inn & Suites in Aberdeen, WA

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Rating: 3.60

Address: 616 W Heron St, Aberdeen, WA, 98520
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Address: 701 E Heron St, Aberdeen, WA, 98520

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    Comments (10):

    1. Kal B.
    Rooms clean and spacious.  Grounds well-kept.  Reasonable prices (on the low side of moderate).  Modest, but adequate breakfast.  Helpful staff.  Good wi-fi.  Mini-fridge and microwave.  Only minor annoyances:  upon arrival - no bathmat and missing one wash cloth.  I read the two other reviews - it sounds like they stayed at a different place.

    06/05/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    2. Laura P.
    Clean comfortable room. Nice breakfast. Good coffee. We walked to a Mexican restaurant for dinner then had a good night's sleep. Very good value. The area around the motel is depressed. Most of the businesses are closed. But, the owners of this establishment are plugging along and, in this economy, we like to support that.

    24/07/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    3. Nilda C.
    The front desk person is not so friendly and the office is dark... I can  hardly read the receipt due to poors lighting.

    The room is okay though the bed is so hard, when I checked the matress , it looks like its a box spring.  If I we were not so tired from driving for 6 hours we will just checked out and look for a better Motel but we were tired  so we just tried to made it through the night.  I woke up with a bad back ache.  We checked out the next day and moved to a different Motel.

    The 2 stars is for the breakfast and for the WIFI.

    19/11/11 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    4. Mika M.
    The area around the motel initially seemed kind of sketchy -- there were iffy-looking people loitering around outside.  However, the room was extremely cheap and clean.  The interior is a bit worn down, and the furniture didn't all match, but that didn't particularly bother me.  (You have to keep in mind that this is a town that isn't exactly economically prospering.)

    As an added bonus, there is free wi-fi and breakfast. The wi-fi is relatively fast for a motel, and the breakfast was better than I had expected (make-it-yourself waffles, pastries, some cereal, juice...).

    04/08/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    5. Scott S.
    "Aberdeens Finest" - I hope not.

    Rolled into town after a day of driving the coast. I wish I would've have drove another 20 minutes to Westport (do it if you can and are looking for a place to stay, wont regret it)

    Hotel is located right on the main road of town and we fell prey to the convenience of that. Rooms look like something out of a 1980's horror movie and I might have even cozied up to a blood stain on the bedspread. Was it cold? No, that was just the hole in the blanket from a cig burn. Carpet has seen better days. Reminded me of the floors you see at arcades that are sticky, smelly, and hard and wonder what kind of story they would tell if they could talk.

    Room was noisy, was woken up at 3 am to neighbors in a domestic dispute and wanted more than anything to cradle my .45 but unfortunately I left it at home.

    On the plus side, breakfast was good. My stomach was feeling "grrreat" after Tony the Tiger and his frosted flakes help me nurse my nightmares of ever thinking about having to stay there again.

    09/11/10 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    6. Sabine H.
    This motel is just adequate if you need a cheap and clean place to stay in Aberdeen. It is very basic and  outdated... but there really aren't too many options in the area so you can't be too picky. The bed was hard and not exactly comfortable ( it took my back a couple of days to recover...maybe the owners should consider memory foam pads?) . I am lucky that the people in the neighboring rooms were pretty quiet.. because the walls were paper thin. Had i had a noisy person next door it would have sucked so bad.
    The room was clean and big... which is good. The shower had good water pressure. They do provide a free breakfast which I opted not to have... I went to the local Starbucks instead.
    One plus was free wifi. The TV was kind of sucky.. I think there were 7 or 8 channels,but one was a movie channel, so I did enjoy that.
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    10/10/12 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    7. dolores c.
    Generous sized room. Very clean. Good firm bed - i have a back problem so the bed was MUCH appreciated  Room did smell stale when we first arrived but easily remedied with a bit of air frshener.  Asked for 4 extra pillows (for back)  - no problem  Excellent value!  Would definitely stay here again!

    06/05/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    8. tom S.
    We thought it was fine for what it is. It is not a five star hotel, it is a motel (very clean! ) for a quick so over.  We stopped here for a night on our way to Olympic Forest.  Was very reasonable, and the rooms very clean.  The decor is quite dated, but clean is king for a budget motel.  They clearly understand this.  It included breakfast which was nice (make your own waffles were a hit with the kids). Only complaint is the coffee was terrible, but hey, you can just buy one down the road from the drive through coffee place.  Recommended!

    16/07/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    9. Caity G.
    I have to start out by saying, we are used to nice hotels. But when my husbands job site put him in Aberdeen we only had sketchy motel options.

    We stumbled upon Olympic inn motel.
    The rooms are very well priced, in fact the motel gave my husband a discount for staying an extended period of time.

    The room he got was a second floor queen. It was very large, had a sleeper sofa, desk, table, 2 sinks, fridge, wifi, chair, microwave, and tv.

    It's outdated but it's clean!

    The front desk staff was very friendly and the breakfast was free and included waffles!

    My only complaint would be that the bed wasn't very comfortable. Very firm mattress.

    For the price and for a motel it was great!

    Sounds like they are getting their own laundromat this month?

    25/08/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    10. Laura B.
    More like 3.5 stars, but I decided to round up instead of down because the room itself was very nice.

    We decided to chance "Aberdeen's Finest" because this place actually seemed like the least sketchy place in town after I read some reviews. Since there were three of us, we ended up with two queen beds in room 217 for $79. Not bad. We were pleasantly surprised to find that the inside of our room did not match the grimy, aged exterior. Outdated, sure, but very clean and not a trace of smoke. The room was spacious and equipped with a spotless fridge, microwave, and hair dryer. The heater worked like a charm and got us nice and toasty within 5 minutes. The beds were comfortable and we all slept well without hearing a peep from the neighbors.

    The only minuses were the extras- I think because our room was directly in the middle of the motel we were between two routers and the Internet hardly worked. Also the breakfast was a little disappointing. After trying the Raisin Bran and finding it to be stale, I went back for some "honey Nut Cheerios" and found them to be all Cheerios and no honey nut. This was disappointing to me because I only eat cold cereal at hotel continental breakfasts and tend to savor that experience more than most. Beyond that they offered waffles, English muffins, and blueberry muffins.

    If you want a clean, decently priced room, look no further. But you might want to pick up a box of cereal.

    08/10/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0