Rodeway Inn® offers a solid deal on a simple stay for travelers to Oregon. The hotel is conveniently located right off I-84 and Route 19, on the banks of the Columbia River for easy access to Washington State, Maryhill Winery, and more points of interest. The hotel’s amenities help you to stretch your travel budget, with a brand name you can trust.
They stole my pillow
I take my own pillow when I travel. This time I neglected to put on the flashy colored pillowcase and I didn't think to take it with me when I left. I called that night when I got home and the next day also. The man who answered the phone refused to help me in any way. So if you stay there, in room 120, enjoy my feather pillow.
You’re not that far from the Dalles... keep going. It was dirty, creepy, unsafe electrically... smoke detector was covered with a baggie... the microwave smelled “funny”... There were bird feathers in the bathtub as well. No breakfast... no coffee... no attendant in the office in the AM for check out.
THE DIRTIEST FILTHIEST HOTEL ROOM AND BATHROOM I'VE EVER SEEN!
I had the most horrible experience staying at the hotel you recommended - the Rodeway Inn in Arlington Oregon - Room 114 It was the filthiest, dirtiest, most grossest place I have ever had the displeasure of staying in, much less of being forced to pay for!! That room was illegal it was so unsafe and beyond any sort of filth I had ever been exposed to. The phone by bedside was even broken and not working at all. The door didn't have the appropriate hotel deadbolt to keep intruders out and this is a location that definitely had "bad types" partying. So the door needs an approved locking mechanism . The hotel bathroom and the room's light switches, appliances, nightstands, that broken grimy phone at the bedside, the dirty remote - none of it had been cleaned in weeks if not months. So don't lie and promote false advertising that claims hotel is cleaning for COVID_19 - it's just not happening! The bathroom was appalling and disgraceful! Broken chipped tiles that were covered from top of ceiling to floor with Black Mold, Mildew, Old Hair and gross slimy filth! I have photos!! The shower curtain was embedded with mold as can be seen in the photos I took. The tiles were covered with black mold along with the shower curtain. Tub fauce was dripping all night long and bathroom door so warped it wouldn't close properly to shut out the sound of the dripping. There is not way this room was cleaned for COVID_19 - that's a lie that can be proven with photos. The Rodeway Inn in Arlington Oregon was as disgusting as any thing I've ever seen. And they additionally charge me for my service dog when quite frankly the place was too gross to house a dog in! I had to request a set of fresh sheets because the pillow cases were wrinkled, smelled like hair oil and had long black hairs on them and the sheets. It was so gross because the same long black hair was all over the tub and tile. Want to know how my stay was? It was an absolute nightmare with other hotel guests drunk, being excessively noisy and drug use happening in the parking lot. No, this hotel was not cleaned for COVID_19 and it's a lie to make that claim!
Nightmare if we had gotten 15 minutes sleep
We had the absolute worst experience at the Rodeway inn. The neighbors were drunk and loud from afternoon until we drove away at 2:30 A.M. It turns out that they are Windmill workers and they live there at the motel. I eventually yelled at the neighbors and it did nothing of course. The management did tell me to be quiet rather than handling the problem... We even had the Sheriff out. Nothing.l This company should not be in business and the owners should be ashamed of themselves for their lack of hospitality.
Convenient place to stay, if your expectations aren't very high and you don't drink the water.
The location is good (along the Columbia River), and the check-in staff were nice. The room was dilapidated and way out of repair, with unsightly stains on carpet, taped-up clock and window, beat-up air conditioner, and a very overpowering smell of disinfectant. Had to air out the room for 1-2 hours with fresh outside air. To top it off, the water smelled horrible (nasty sulfur smell and taste), which probably isn't the motel's fault, but water can always be filtered. I refused to shower in the smelly stuff. It seems the profits are certainly not put back into the place for upkeep, etc.