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Hotel was rundown--owners had sold it and seemed they haven't put any more money in it. Rooms were... read more

Reviewed 22 June 2017
Rick W
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Portland, Oregon
RV camping

First visit to Hot Lake, a two night rest before crossing the Blue Mtns in our new TT. Not a... read more

Reviewed 12 July 2018
Dave R
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Santa Clara, Utah
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Reviewed 18 July 2017 via mobile

Pre 1800's Native American neutral ground
1840's Oregon trail
1860's wooden structure built
1910-1930 Hot Lakes heydays
1934 Fires
1950's nursing home
1970's to 2003 abandoned
2003 the Manuel family's purchase the property, start restoration
2008 the entire west wing collapses
2010 Hot Springs Lake opens and restoration continues
2017 VRCC transition begins
This is a must see!

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Reviewed 22 June 2017

Hotel was rundown--owners had sold it and seemed they haven't put any more money in it. Rooms were huge and comfortable. Museum was excellent. David's works display was very good. Breakfast was very poor, small servings, not filling. worst I have ever experienced at B & B

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Reviewed 5 November 2016

Extra Large ( ovet 30 by 40 feet) rooms!!! Very peaceful, good nights sleep.. interesting buildi g. An adventure. Nice staff. Nice breakfast. One of a kind. Don't be to critical. Its anything but cookie cutter.Large hallways and firmal stairs, theater, restaurants, museum.
Come suport this intetesting project!

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Reviewed 12 October 2016

This was the second time I have visited. I am always amazed how much is on display for a private museum. Go, just for the museum. I have looked into most of the rooms and not sure I would ever stay.

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Reviewed 11 October 2016 via mobile

The meal was not good..very high priced and the old musty smell..
Was really wanting the feel of history. Had been there back in 70's and it had a wonderful chef then. And we enjoyed it then...the old bldg has been many things n historical

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