Rooms 12 Adults, 0 Child
Welcome to the Best Western Blythe and the Palo Verde Valley located on the borders of California and Arizona off the I-10 at Exit 239, home to a host of outdoor recreational activities and seasonal events. Our hotel is a convenient location for stay near the beautiful Colorado River, which offers endless water fun for boating, fishing, relaxation and more. Local mountains play host to a few trails for hiking and sightseeing as well as riding ATV’S. Golfers will love the local course which sits above our city and gives a perfect 360 view of our valley. Staying for a few days and looking for something to do, the nearby town of Quartzsite is a great day trip destination for all rock and gem enthusiasts and host to a few seasonal events. Indoors- Enjoy in-room amenities such as: DirecTV®, hair dryers, microwaves, coffee makers, refrigerators, and are equipped with desks and convenient USB ports for your work and charging needs. We are a 100% smoke-free hotel with a Guest Laundromat to freshen up your wardrobe. Take advantage of our guest center services for copying, printing, and browsing. Fast and free Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel. Our fitness center includes a weight machine, free weights, treadmill, yoga mats, a bike station, and water fill station. We are offering a free hot breakfast in our breakfast room daily. We also have a treat shop with an abundance of drinks and snacks available for purchase with our Guest Services Attendants. Feel free to show off your BBQ skills at our grill which is equipped for charcoal or propane with a patio sitting area next to our pool. We offer an oversized truck/boat parking lot. Our parking area is free for all of our guests. Whether you are just traveling through Blythe or planning an extended stay, the Best Western Blythe is ready to welcome you with a friendly staff, comfortable rooms, and a great stay. Book today! Rooms will not be rented to individuals who reside within a twenty-five (25) mile radius of the hotel.
We were pleasantly surprised about our stay here. Have been thru Blythe multiple times but never stayed the night. We arrived late but before midnight. The gentleman working the desk was very polite and helpful. The room was very clean, not rundown at all as with most desert hotels I've stayed in. We slept in so didn't have breakfast, just grabbed coffee which was pretty decent. Day staff was prompt and efficient during checkout. Overall nothing bad to say at all.
The staff was very friendly and helpful. The property had a few issues, but it is a new renovation from a Super 8. There are some growing pains still, but I'm sure it will be a nice property when complete. The issues were Sat was in and out at times, and the water pressure was not constant (Contractors were working on that issue when I checked-out.
A recently converted to BW hotel. Not sure what it was before. Rooms were very nice and modern. Hotel and room were clean. Hotel is VERY popular with a local trucking company that hauls produce. Must have been over a dozen of their trucks. The noise did not bother me but it may some. Pool was not clean (green) not sure the problem as I was not there to swim anyway. If you may call to check first. Breakfast was average, typical BW fare. Paid $115 so I was satisfied
"Could be worse"
I thought it was rather curious that there were no reviewS for this motel. My thoughts were that it was new and no one had had a chance to review yet, but that isn't so. Maybe the name has recently been changed (?) Anyway, the facility was fine. I made a reservation over the phone and the woman was quite helpful. However she said she would email a confirmation and never did. Maybe this was because the quoted rate was around $110 and we were charged $124. Didn't realize this until the next day as my husband checked in and paid. Too late. We did not request a wake-up call, but got three around 3am. Not happy. Tried to call desk, but no one there. Calls must have been automated. Breakfast was hit… well warm and just okay. The sausage was good, the bacon? so so. The processed egg “pattys” were odd. Even McDonalds cooks their own eggs. All this said, I would stay here again, but make sure I got a confirmation.