Best Western was $99, Quality Inn was $79, but I got this place last minute for $59. Check in was fast and friendly and while they were not able to accommodate my request for a second floor room, the room I got was very clean. It is an older property that has been well renovated. You do hear noise in the parking lot and doors shutting but I set the fan on the HVAC to run and slept very well. Real happy with television, bathroom clean (very small shower), had an iron, microwave, and refrigerator. Given the high prices for hotels in Eureka, this place was an excellent value proposition. I will be back if passing through. This is a 3 star but I rated it 4 because of their value for the money.
We arrived in Eureka fairly late at night, and all the other hotels in the area were booked. When we arrived, we noticed some pretty intense construction going on in the street directly in front of the motel, which made us a little nervous, considering that all the rooms directly front that street. Our room was on the end, and was actually right by *2* fairly busy, loud intersections. The walls are very thin, with basically no insulation for noise. The wall heater/AC unit didn’t have a setting for fan only, so it couldn’t be used for white noise to try and drown out the noise outside. We tried using the bathroom fan, but it made a horrible grating sound. The street noises were just SO LOUD that it was unbearable, even with earplugs in my ears! Worst night I have ever spent in a hotel in my life. The room was fairly clean, but really needs updating. The gauzy curtain on the window was full of tears. I really cannot recommend this motel. Book a room somewhere else well in advance so you don’t end up in our situation!…
Nicely appointed room. We have no issues within the four walls. However the noise outside is more than should be tolerated at least in Eureka, California. The middle of of Paris, Rome, or San Francisco, I would understand. But a property in this miserable excuse for a small city shouldn't be getting these rates for this assault on the senses. Find another place away from downtown. I stayed at the Town House last year and it's no better. I DO appreciate the attention to COVID-19 protocols, otherwise it would be one-star.
It’s high COVID-19 season in Northern California and nearly all hotels and motels seem to be operating with significant restrictions. So, The Eureka Rodeway Inn was no exception. However, it was a clean and comfortable place to spend the night. There’s no view and it’s along a busy street with lots of traffic. With the air conditioner running, our sleep was uninterrupted. Staff was friendly and helpful, although our contact was very limited. We miss the open lobbies and the hot breakfasts that the promotional materials tout. So other than the restrictions, the stay was very pleasant.
It may not be mind blowingly amazing, but I always see this place as my finale to a sales trip. It still gets a 5 from me, you really get some good bang for your buck here. Also, this may be a weird point, but they seem to care about their floors. When I spend this much on a hotel, I usually expect unfinished floor connections with nails sticking out. This place doesn't have that problem.