I believe the staff did their best. They were pleasant and did a few things we asked such as have a room away from stairwell/ice machine. Also, the sliding door lock was broke and we called and that was fixed.
However, we did not get a top floor as requested when the reservation was made. They may have had them all booked.
There isn't air conditioning in the room. There was a stand up fan in the corner of the room. This motel is several blocks from the beach so if it had been warmer weather, I think we would have been uncomfortable.
Traveller from Oregon
Located in the heart of Lincoln City, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Connie Hansen Garden, Lincoln City Skate Park …More
They need to invest and upgrade their beds. For what I paid would have expected a better nights sleep. Tossed and turned all night. Walking distance to the coast that was breath taking and close to the little shops.
Traveller from Irrigon, OR
Located in the heart of Lincoln City, this motel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Lincoln City Cultural Center, Lincoln City Skate …More
This is not an inn I would stay at if you want a luxurious stay with on site restaurant or food that is walking distance or anything like that. It IS a great inn for accessing amazing tidal pools down at the beach and for generally sleeping in a spot with a great view of the ocean and forests, in a quiet setting in between Lincoln City and Newport. We came here on our honeymoon after a night in a fancy hotel in downtown Seattle, and so it was quite the contrast for us to come from a place with 24 hour room service to the Inn at Otter Crest. But we also enjoyed the quiet and the lovely walk down to the tidal pools while we were there, and so if you like being by the sea side, seeing harbor seals and tidal zone creatures, this is a great spot.
Traveller from Seattle
Nestled on the beach, this Otter Rock condo is within 3 mi (5 km) of Rocky Creek State Scenic Viewpoint, Depoe Bay City Park …More
Touted as the world's smallest harbor, Depoe Bay offers panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean, and frequent lookout points are found throughout the picturesque Oregon Coast town, which is also famous for its handmade saltwater taffy. The Whale Watching Center helps visitors observe the approximately 20,000 whales that pass by the coast each year, particularly from August to October.