Hotels >Edgewick Inn
worst and most petty hotel i have ever seen.. I called before going to the hotel and asked if they have wi-fi, of course they do everybody does, we'll they don't have wi-fi in any of the rooms only in the lobby, that is a deal breaker, i tell him i can't stay because I'm not satisfied with the room, go give him my credit card for the return of my money, i paid like 60 dollars for the room he credit's me back like 56 dollars, where is the 4 dollars, i ask him and find out that he is charging me his business expense for him being able to do business with credit cards, of course i wasn't told or informed that their was any hidden fee's and he wouldn't give me my money back. i asked him to speak with the manager, he wouldn't give me any kind of name only handed me a card and told me to call and talk to the other person, i ask who is the other person what is his name, he won't tell me, i ask him why he is acting ignorant and i demand to speak to the manager, or owner. the card he gives me is the phone number to the front desk, i called it and talked to the same guy i am having problems with. he would not give me my money back, i told him he is a thief, which they are, he asks me if i want to call 911, what is 911 going to do i say, he knows my profession is a professional truck driver, and tells me that all i know is truck driving and to get out of the lobby. this kind of business practice is the worst i have ever encountered and i am leaving this comment to save somebody the trouble i went through, if you have any problems with this hotel they will not be solved and you will be taken advantage of.
Look somewhere else.
I agree with one reviewer that the outside of the building and lobby are nice and well-kept but the rooms are a different story. Our room felt like a jail cell, old and run-down. Understandably this is an inexpensive hotel so I don't expect much but this place really had nothing positive going for it- I wouldn't stay there again. Had a reservation for several nights that we quickly cancelled after the first night.
Its really worth the money to look somewhere else or stay a little further away.
Honest people dont need to hide themselves!. People who write reviews anonymously are usually banned or kicked out of the business for doing illegal or criminal activity. Smart people would know, never trust anything without proof or with credible people.
Where NOT to stay.
I would love to tell you about the good stuff, but there wasn't any.
5 star price for no star accomodations.
If you are headed west on I-90, keep going! If you are headed east on I-90, stop before you get to Edgewick!
Friendly & Clean. My family started our traditional annual meetings in North Bend, since it's convenient for people who live on either side of east & west of I-90. This is the best location for us to get together and spend quality time together. We found the edgewick Inn online and called around the city of snoqualmie and they all recommended the edgewick inn to us. The people their are friendly & very helpful. The rooms were clean & inexpensive compared to the Salish lodge and Holiday Inn which were further away from where we wanted to be. We will definitely stay there again... five star service...
Ok on the outside, bad on the inside..
I made reservations to stay at the Edgewick Inn for four nights. I was looking for a reasonable place to stay closer to Snoqualmie than Seattle. The lobby and exterior were fine: clean, well maintained no frills. Just what we wanted since our point was to ski and snowboard rather than enjoy our accomodations. The room and even the hall ways were another matter. Despite a large red "no smoking" sign on the door, our room reeked of smoke. It appeared to me that the no smoking sign was an attempt to convince guests that the room was a no smoking room without doing the neccessary cleanup and painting to actualy make it a no smoking room. The bed sagged in the middle and the heat absolutely did not work. Ick! We complained to the owner manager who became quite aggressive and slightly scary so we quickly left. The only other accomodations we could find for the night were at the Salish Inn and Spa for about a zillion dollars but it was worth it.
The owner refused to refund our first night's $ saying she had turned away others to hold our reservation. We made a point to fill up our car at the gas station next door for the next four days and didn't ever see more than two or three cars in the parking lot. I don't think anyone was turned away.
On the positive side, if you like being screamed at in Korean, stay here.
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