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When we arrived a housekeeper marcus made sure there was already a crib in our room as requested. My son got sick in they housekeepers Marcus and destiny went above and beyond making our room look and smell amazing. The desk lady Cheyenne made us...More
Conveniently located and remarkably quiet despite it's proximity to the highway. Our tv remote didn't work but the desk clerk came and reprogrammed it right away. Our room was missing coffee cups and coffee for the coffee maker but included a can of furniture polish...More
For years, we've been staying at a particular hotel in Medford on our way to and from California. We decided to try another this year and chose Shilo Inn. The reviews haven't been the best, so we were worried we were taking a chance. But...More
This little Shilo is great for people traveling on business. The Staff Ashley, Amy, and Kristy are so sweet and really make you feel like they care. I like how close it is to Thunderbird market for food. Also it has two sets of windows...More
Bad place to stay if one is a seasoned traveler. Our first Thanksgiving holiday in Medford was almost a disaster because we chose to stay here.Stayed three nights. We were mislead, for sure, from Portland. Traveled with an aging dog with arthritis, 15 years old....More
Yes, there are coffee makers in the room I believe you get one regular and one decaf 'pod' and as I recall it was Seattle's Best, a nice coffee. I'm with your hubby...that's why I'll make room coffee...enough to get packed... More
Yes, there are coffee makers in the room I believe you get one regular and one decaf 'pod' and as I recall it was Seattle's Best, a nice coffee. I'm with your hubby...that's why I'll make room coffee...enough to get packed and out the door with then pull right out of the hotel parking lot and go immediately next door to the coffee drive through which will provide the jet fuel required (Black Rock).
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"Windows are double pane so even on the interstate 5 side noise levels are minimal."