The Enders Hotel is a unique place, as others have said. Lots of "period" furnishings. Handicapped accessible room on the first floor was quite spacious and very clean. Loud, long trains pass by pretty frequently, but this didn't really bother me. From an historical standpoint -- kind of interesting - for a minute or two! It's really fairly creepy. No one is ever at the front desk, there was NO "customer service" information provided - like where is the ice machine, what to do in case of any emergency, internet (I did use a wireless network while there, but I have no idea if it was provided by the hotel or not!) There are never many guests -- in fact I think I was only one of two!
The biggest concern was with the Geyser View restaurant. I believe that I was served food that had been previously served to someone else! It was disgusting! I ordered "chicken fried chicken" and it came with about 3/4 of the "breading" missing. A piece (bite-size!) had been cut out and replaced and the breast had another slice in it. The baked potato was a brick! I felt sort of sorry for the young waitress as she was clearly just not trained at all. NO WAY that plate should have left the kitchen! I settled for the salad bar - which I had to visit using a 4 inch bread plate!
Stop by for a little visit to see the lobby, stuffed animals and old furniture -- skip it for anything more.
- Also Known As:
- Enders Hotel And Museum
- Enders Hotel & Museum Soda Springs, Idaho