Shilo Inns gives new look to its Salmon Creek, Vancouver location

PORTLAND, OR – After several months of preparation and hard work, Shilo Inns announces the completion of a major renovation to its Salmon Creek hotel (formally known as Hazel Dell) in Vancouver, WA. The Portland-based hotel chain has spent the last three years updating its look, amenities, and restaurant menus of many of their locations through out the west

Newly renovated Salmon Creek features lavish fabrics, contemporary artwork, new carpet and stylish furnishings to all 66 luxurious rooms.

Leisure guests will appreciate the flat screen TV’s, relaxing sauna and steam room, while corporate travelers and meeting planners will find the convenient location, free high-speed Internet access and flexible meeting space will fulfill all their business needs. 

“We want to provide our guests with the most up-to-date amenities accompanied by the continued high standards of excellence that Shilo Inns is known for,” said owner Mark Hemstreet.

Shilo Inns is the largest independent, privately owned Hospitality Company in the western United States with 44 locations and over 175 Shilo Affiliate Hotels throughout the contiguous United States, Hawaii, Mexico, Canada and the Bahamas.  Shilo prides itself in offering its guests clean, comfortable accommodations, a host of free amenities, including free high-speed Internet and friendly service – all at an affordable price, living up to their motto of providing “Affordable Excellence.” To learn more about Shilo Inns or its Affiliate Hotel program, please visit their web site at  American Owned and Proud of It!


Jillian Forni,
Public Relations Coordinator
Bradshaw Advertising

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