by Joanna Nesbit
This hotel is located in the heart of downtown Medford for easy access to restaurants, downtown parks, and shopping. Formerly a Red Lion property, the hotel offers 118 remodeled rooms, an outdoor heated pool and patio area, fitness center, complimentary breakfast, free Wi-Fi and parking, self-serve laundry, and airport shuttle. The onsite Larks Home Kitchen Cuisine offers innovative comfort food inspired by Oregon’s farms and orchards in a fun yesteryear setting of 60s dÃ©cor. The restaurant serves weekend brunch, lunch, and dinner, along with a happy hour menu. Hotel rooms come in configurations of single king and double queen rooms, as well as two-room executive suites with a king bed, and a sofa bed and dining table in a spacious living room. The suites have a wet/dry bar, and all rooms come with a microwave, mini-fridge, and coffeemaker. Cribs and rollaways are available on request (for a fee) and allowed in most rooms.
Our Editor Loves
- Outdoor pool
- Family suite for up to five
- Complimentary breakfast
- Horse Back Riding
- Water Sports
- Connecting Rooms
- Free Breakfast
- Free Wi-Fi
- Onsite Dining
Ripped curtains, toliet didnt flush, bathtub drips all night long
Called the desk and was told someone would be right up...no one ever showed. The breakfast had no meat and was pretty slim pickings. Awful
by Tom H
Here’s the good: very friendly front desk staff. Room very clean and comfortable. Mid-range affordable. They allow pets — add a cleaning fee of $25 per.
The bad: first floor rooms very noisy. We could hear almost every move of upstairs guest. This is certainly owing to fact that floors not carpeted.
Ugly: the Inn is located in a part of town that is absolutely deserted at night. It feels very sketchy. My wife said she would not stay here as a woman traveling alone. Yet, we never felt unsafe. I honestly did worry about my car being broken into (it wasn’t) and moved it several times to a more lighted area. There were a few young people sitting outside rooms or in common areas smoking weed (it’s legal in OR so not really a problem unless you can’t handle that sort of thing). Saw one multi-passenger van pull into the parking lot and five people got out with their fast food meals in hand, headed for a second story room where they knocked loudly on the door several times before they were admitted. Don’t know if they were all staying in the same room but they were certainly congregating there. There was a guy sitting in his idling truck in the parking lot for some time; may have been waiting for someone.... Again, want to emphasize that we never felt unsafe just sort of “out of our element.” In general, we have a policy not to stay in hotels where doors open to outside (guess you just learn more about your fellow guests than you really want to know), but they take pets and the rooms are clean. However, between the noise from upstairs and worrying in general, not a completely restful night. We stayed because they accept pets. Would not stay here otherwise.