This was a lovely hotel with tasteful updates. The bathroom in particular was lovely and bright. The location of the hotel is on a green thoroughfare with plenty of dining and shopping easily accessible. The breakfast atrium was also a treat.
This hotel is a little gem in the small but cute town of Camas, WA. All rooms are on the second and third floor of this older hotel which has been modernized yet remains charming. There are no elevators. The continental breakfast was average but fresh. The staff was extremely friendly and helpful. Try having a cocktail at the Birch St. Uptown Lounge, Mexican food at Nuestra Mesa and delicious continental cuisine at Feast at 316. All excellent and recommended by the hotel staff.
Stayed here as a base to visit Columbia River Gorge and Portland. Loved the little town of Camas! Quiet and relaxing, great cafe and coffee shop close by. Room was cozy, very clean. Staff were very accomodating when asked to add an additional night stay. Only complaint and not really a complaint was the hardness of the mattress. Maybe just my age:) Loved the b & b feel and would love to stay here again!
I booked this months in advance, and I was warned in plenty of time. So, the inconvenience was, at least, partly my fault. The hotel warned me that the streets would be closed around the hotel for the local town fair. Since I thought the fair would be fun, we went anyway. We parked a block away and wheeled the luggage. The surprise was when we found NO ELEVATOR. The desk was quick to offer to carry the luggage up and then down so our stay was otherwise lovely in a period room with very nice amenities. Breakfast was outstanding in a lovely atrium on the second floor.
The room very very neat and decor was a nice blend between the old and new. It had a fresh look, but maintained the charm of the historical hotel. To my surprise the room was very quiet even with the activity of Camas Days going on down below. It was so nice walking through town visiting shops and even made new friends on a visit to the Birch Street Bar. I didn't experience or see on site dining or even any information or menu available in the room.
This is a small building in a small town. It's right in the middle of a quaint ol town and is a well redone old hotel. IT HAS NO ELEVATOR. The staff was quick to volunteer to take our bags up and down stairs though. The room was small but nicely appointed as was the bath. No tub, but a nice room. Breakfast was lovely in a scouple cond look atrium and with delightfully different choices including muffins and scones.
My husband & I just spent 3 nights here, what a charming place! They had a nice self serve breakfast each morning, coffee, fruit, juice, quiche, etc., which we thoroughly enjoyed. We are not big breakfast eaters so it was just perfect for us! Marissa at the front desk was extremely helpful with tips. It is a nice location! We would definitely stay again if ever in this area.
We stayed in Camas to be near my brother and family. This boutique hotel is special and inviting. The staff were wonderful and made our 3 nights seamless. Quite honestly, the only thing needing changed was the mattress. But, that is an easy fix. The breakfast offerings were more than we get at most places for free. The location in the absolute center of town was pure pleasure as we had access to wonderful coffee places and eating establishments. I would not hesitate to book this place the next time we are in town....thank you!
Great stay in Camas. Rooms are beautiful but really small. Perfect for one or two night stay. Interesting shops in the downtown area. Would love to go back and explore. Did not eat breakfast. Breakfast room looked nice tho.
We stayed at the Camas Hotel because we like historic inns. Room as lovely, bed very comfortable, breakfast delightful and the girls at the desk were very friendly and helpful. We ate at Feast316, a couple blocks away, and that was a real treat. Happy Hour Menu can't be beat!
We take advantage of their European rooms with shared bath and kitchen down the hall from our room. The rooms are cozy with amenities including a spacious sink, coffee, desk space, closet, etc. Great value, historical remodeled hotel in the center of charming Camas. We did not choose the breakfast options. Restaurants nearby.
Very cute hotel in the middle of Camas. Lots of dining around, and a short drive (barring traffic) to Portland. The hotel was clean and quaint. The room was unique and added to the small-town experience. The staff was incredible nice, and the breakfast was delicious. I would highly recommend staying at the Camas Hotel while in the area.
Traveled as a couple for special getaway and was not disappointed! The champagne for 2 was wonderful to add and was there for us at check-in. The room was large and the bathroom set was amazing with it's huge jacuzzi tub. Street views aren't bad and love the close waking proximity to the nearby eateries and brewery. Breakfast in the morning was above my expectations and included in our stay, as we're 2 free movie tickets for the theatre down the block. Bed was impeccable and the room was also supplied with microwave, iron with board in the closet and a Kureg coffee machine! There wasn't a bad thing to say about this place, and we want to return annually, at least! The only critique I could offer was corner cleaning, on stair ways and in the dining area there were quite a bit of cobwebbed dirt in the corners, but otherwise clean hotel. Loved it!
My husband and I had a great stay at the Camas Hotel the weekend before Valentine's Day 2017! The hotel and rooms are beautiful and well-appointed. The staff was very welcoming and courteous. Overall a great jumping off point for exploring the Camas-Washougal area! We would definitely return and recommend the Camas Hotel to others.
Stayed in one of the european style budget rooms. Very comfortable and decorated with personality. Onsite restaurant was closed, but wonderful restaurant only a block away solved the problem. Would stay again for sure
We didn't dine in, so our rating should not be considered. This was our second stay at the Camas Hotel. The room number 1 was neat, quiet and comfortable and we felt so at home. Such a great place to stay in a lovely small town.