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302 S 7th St Garibaldi, OR 97118
302 South 7th StreetUSOregonGaribaldi97118
(503) 322-3251harborviewfun.com
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Bright rooms with free WiFi, fridges & microwaves, plus a clubhouse, cooking area & fire pit.- Google
"There was a fire pit to enjoy at night and a gas grill to do ones BBQ'ing on!"
"Lovely place and nice staff."
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Jessica Legarza
a month ago
My husband and I wanted to go crabbing and love the Oregon Coast. This place advertised a crab cooking area on site, so we decided to make a reservation. We called and spoke to Jeff, the hotel manager, and he quoted us a price of $87 for the night. When we arrived to check in, having never been to the hotel before, we were surprised at the awkward location of the building, essentially in the middle of a parking lot. There was no view of any kind, just an rv park on one side and a boat trailer parking lot on the other. My husband picked up the room key and immediately upon seeing our room stated that it looked like a remodeled jail cell. It was tiny and uncomfortable, to say the least. He handed me the receipt for the room, and we were charge $125, which was way more than I was quoted and more than this room was worth. I went to the office and spoke to Jeff, and explained that we weren't very happy with the quality of the room and location, and the price that we were being charged. He was immediately defensive and proceeded to give me an economics lesson, explaining that he felt completely justified in hiking the rate of the room because it was a busy weekend for them. And he explained the outrageous pet fee, which was way more than the industry standard, and proceeded to justify that to me as well. I explained that other area hotels had plenty of vacancies and were much cheaper, and that the only reason we were staying was because of the crab cooking area and indoor kitchen that was available for our use. Jeff still wasn't willing to take money off our bill or honor the price quoted, but he did offer a small discount off our next stay. I left the office because the conversation was going nowhere, and I wasn't happy with Jeff's approach to handling the situation. and we decided just to go crabbing and try and enjoy the day. We caught our crab and brought them back to the hotel only to find that after high tide, at 830 on a Saturday night, the kitchen was locked and inaccessible, and the outdoor crab cooking area was closed down. The office was locked and there was no contact number for how to reach an employee. Jeff had several opportunities to mention that there were certain hours for the kitchen and crab area, and never not once did he offer up that vital information. A large part of the tourism industry in Garibaldi centers around fishing and crabbing, and this hotel markets itself as catering to that industry. I made it clear several times that those services are why were were staying there, and if those services were going to be unavailable during certain hours, that should have been mentioned. My husband and I both work in customer service for small business owners, and if we are going to spend our hard earned money on something, we expect to be treated fairly and with respect. Jeff handled himself poorly as a representative of that organization, and I hope this serves as a lesson that when customers are unhappy, and you have a chance to fix things, you should take it. Because otherwise they leave unhappy and share their negative experiences all over the internet, This was by far the worst lodging experience we ever had on the coast, and we won't ever stay there again.
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SHELLY SIBERT
4 months ago
When ny husband was alive we stayed in the Inn and Camped in the RV Park here. Very good spot to Crab off the dock not to far from motel, Clam digging on the flats behind the motel, and and fishing too. That time they let you cook your crab in pot in RV Park. On Saturday nights they would do smores, and everyone would tell their stories or adventures of the day. You can ride on the train also that is in area. Shelly Sibert
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Todd Paddack
6 months ago
A bit of an older place, but definitely likable. Decent pool and breakfast. It's good for a night or two, but more than that would be a bit much.
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Chuck johnson
6 months ago
Good place, but needs A/C in there. Otherwise, its fun to be on the warf next to the boats as they come and go.
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Jason Currie
a month ago
Here working for the last couple weeks... Can't say enough about the Jeff & Angie. Very professional and polite individuals. This is a small RV park that makes you feel like your not actually in the port docks. Very reasonable RV rates and very clean comfortable spots... Bathrooms and showers, laundry, fire pits place to cook your crab catch and club house to relax in if you so choose. ... Will definitely stay here again.. thanks for everything....
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Charlotte Breshears
6 months ago
We stayed at Harbor View in 2013. Lovely place and nice staff. but if you want to sleep get a backside room. I heard trucks revving up to lauch boats and pull them out starting before daylight and lasting until past midnight. All trucks seem to have loud mufflers!
Alicia Porter
5 months ago
Fantastic!! Super clean and great staff. Serves smores on Saturday evening.
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Anne Arendt
2 years ago
I love this place! The owners are amazingly friendly and informative. They are very helpful if you are new to crabbing, plus they supply crabbing equipment, including the bait. This is the second year we have come and brought along a kayak to paddle around the bay (the year before I tried Kayak Tillamook to paddle around the bay which I also recommend). You can even see bay seals swimming about. It is next to a lumberyard though and has all the associated noises that entails during the day, but this place is worth it. Bring your own personal items and you are good to go. The rooms are comfortable and quite quiet and there are restaurants walking distance away, as well as gas and a local museum. Plus the views are fabulous and the town is small and not crammed with people. I plan to come at every year.
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