My family stayed here for what originally was going to be 3 nights but we ended up leaving on day 2. Beds were not fantastic but not horrible either. My brother and his girlfriend stayed in a different room than us and had a pretty major mosquito swarm in their room. His girlfiend who is very dark skinned and asked if they could get some bug spray or if the issue could be otherwise dealt with. The woman at the conter became extremely hostile and said "You're a third worlder, did you try going like this?!?!? *commenced to slap her arms simulating killing mosquitos" My brother got involved and the woman became much more polite (he's white).
Maybe that was an isolated incident but when we ended up going down the road and staying at a different place the people there were not too shocked by what had happened.
Again, maybe that person was having a bad day when this occurred but our family will never stay there again and would not recommend staying.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Organic Food and Lodging serving visitors to Crater Lake National Park. Full organic grocery store with breakfast and espresso. Kitchens and gas fireplaces. Pet free. Suites, cabin, singles, camping, RV. Communal firerings. On the Wood River. 1/2 Hour to Crater Lake. ... more less