Welcome to the Plaza Inn & Suites, a boutique hotel in Ashland, Oregon. Here, visitors to Ashland experience the best of both worlds – a peaceful self-contained hotel in the heart of town that is also just steps away from The Plaza, Lithia Park, the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, theater district, and the more than 90 restaurants located within walking distance of our downtown hotel.
- Air Conditioning,
- Pet Friendly,
- Fitness Facility,
- Complimentary Breakfast,
- Spa / Hot Tub,
- Handicap Accessible,
TripAdvisor Ratings & Reviews
Really wanted to like it...
I honestly really wanted to enjoy this hotel. Unfortunately, I didn't. I wanted to try a different hotel and not stay where I did last time, but I should have stuck with my better experiences. I arrived to my room and it is very outdated. The tv cabinet had seen better days, the curtains are super outdated and there were several dead bugs just laying in the windowsill. I debated on whether or not to let the front desk know because I'm not one to really complain. I did call and she said they'd let housekeeping know about the dead bugs...when I was checking out the next day. I attached a picture of part of the tv cabinet and windowsill for reference. I hope they invest some money to spruce up the hotel. I had made a note to stay away from elevator, but my room was right across from the stairwell and I didn't realize how loud that would be. I could hear everything going on in other rooms also, must be very thin walls. The heater kept waking me up from the weird noise it made when turning on. I need to invest in a travel white noise machine! Anyways, I will not stay again. On the plus side, it's within walking distance to the main street with restaurants and shops and the creekside location is nice.
This hotel wrongly accused me of smoking in the room and fined me $100. The free breakfast is worth what they charge: nothing. The management is unreasonable and not responsive. On the positive side there is undercover parking.
Really wanted to like this hotel, it's room was comfy and well decorated but a few things stood out...in a bad way. Cons - Found 2 long black hairs on the folded towels in the bathroom. They were just sticking out and looked like they'd been placed there. Definitely made me question how clean the linens really were - We stayed in room 101 which was the room closest to the staircase. GOOD LORD, DO NOT STAY IN THIS ROOM!!!! Everytime anyone would walk up or down it was UNBELIEVABLY loud. We have dogs that aren't yappy but they thought someone was at our door & would start to bark. Bless their hearts and the person who thought it smart to not make this room a book for vending machines & an ice machine. - Pillows were terrible. There's a "pillow menu" with multiple pillows listed but you have to call for a different one. There were 4 pillows on our bed, all made of extra copies of Shakespeare works wrapped in a thin layer of foam. Sore neck here I come. - Ice machine not in our building??? Why would you not have an ice machine in our building and force us to hunt for one in a separate building?
Comfortable and Pleasant
We were at the end of an epic road trip and this hotel was a very comfortable place to land before the final push home. In January the place was on the quiet side and as requested we were given a room on the top floor of the main building, which was very quiet with a nice view over the town and surrounding hills. It was a corner room and quite large with nice lighting and a comfortable king bed. The decor is traditional, not modern, but was fine. The staff was friendly although a bit overwhelmed at times. Breakfast was pretty standard and the breakfast room spacious. The location is great, very central, and an easy walk to multiple restaurants. Easy and free parking.
Not that good
The location is great but the adjacent room noise is almost un bearable. Ground floor rooms mean you will here heavy stomping until they go out or to bed. The low rates attract families with loss of kids so be prepared for the noise