If you want a classic roadside motel experience, this place delivers. As others have stated too, this is not a fancy resort. But we are glad we stayed here. The rooms are clean and comfortable. I highly recommend getting room 101 as it is a corner room with nice windows and a table nook. Also, we were traveling with tween kiddos, and room 101 has the option to open up into two adjoining rooms, for a total of three queen sized beds. This amount of space in Gold Beach for this price was unbelievable. The shower is hot and has strong water pressure, which not all places do - it was realllly nice after a long day on the road. The staff was welcoming and gave us the BEST dinner recommendation - Spinner's - which is right across the street! I'll review them separately but seriously - get food from there, it is epic. Ray's market, a grocery with all the basics your family might need, is walking distance as well. I felt like everyone at the Azalea was taking distancing precautions seriously, and that things were spotlessly clean. The Azalea is conveniently located to the Samuel Boardman scenic drive, too. This place is an old-fashioned classic family road trip motel. We were going for that vibe, and it fit the bill. So, if you are looking for a simple, clean, friendly, and well priced suite of two rooms (!!) for your family and want that old-school 1960's/70's happy road trip feeling, stay here.
If your expectations is to spend about $120 for a 1960's clean room, you are good to stay here.
Being it is named and marketed as a lodge, your soon to be disappointed. The rooms are clean, the help is adequate, the breakfast was Good Value English Muffins and Oatmeal ( I think that is the Walmart cheap brand), and coffee with no place to eat them, so just take it back to your room. Not what I had hoped, so not an option I would do again, but not terrible.
Spent 2 nights. 1960’s era motel. Probably updated within the past 5 years. Clean...small...queen bed...no AC...no breakfast...no coffee in the room.....about $120 per night with fees and tax.
Never stay there again
Gold Beach is a small town, and Azalea Lodge is in a great location. The rooms are a nice size, and we were fine with English muffins and juice to start our day. We also enjoyed the view from our room, 110. It looks over the parking lot, 101, and on to the bay. The WiFi was intermittent, but they responded quickly to restart the router. For the time of year, we had a very good value.
I found the room to be clean and comfortable, especially for the price. It was kind of a warm day and the room was stuffy, which on the coast means you usually just open a window for the breeze (no AC). Unfortunately, I couldn't do this because there were people being loud and partying on both sides of me. I was in Room 116 in the back. Not sure if the front rooms would be quieter next to the Highway, but these people partying were LOUD. Even with earplugs I was woken up at 2:00 AM by people talking and slamming doors. Basically the only reason I didn't give it 5 stars.