Hotel Maison Reviews

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"This modern hotel in downtown Yakima is a great base from which to explore the Yakima Valley and their fantastic wineries. It is within convenient walking distance from great restaurants and the convention center. Staff are friendly and professional. They have wine tasting in the lobby and we received a bottled of their own labeled wine upon arrival A sweet place to stay."

"This is a marvelous boutique type hotel. It feels special from the moment you walk into the lobby. The staff are quite pleasant and accommodating. The rooms are nicely spartan in appearance and comfort. It is one of, if not, the quietest hotels I have stayed in. The bed, bedding and pillows are among the most comfortable I have encountered in a hotel and certainly the most comfortable hotel bed I have been in the last 10 days of being on the road for work. This stay is like saving the best for last."

"We love to stay at historic hotels in downtowns so we can walk around and explore. This hotel is absolutely perfect for that--and it is super comfortable and quiet which is something we always look for but don't always find in such hotels. The staff was also fantastic. The breakfast is actually really good, which was an even more pleasant surprise."

Room at Hotel Maison


An exceptional experience, with every detail kept in mind

Your room is your home away from home. We want you to feel comfortable and relaxed here, so each room is outfitted with a Keurig, a flat screen TV with cable and HBO, and high-speed Internet.

Traveling should be relaxing. When you stay with us, you have free access to our fitness center and can book spa appointments with Ummelina Spa located next door to the hotel.

When you stay with us, you will always have a complimentary continental breakfast. Currently being delivered directly to your room from a select menu. Freshly brewed coffee and premium teas available from our front desk 24 hours a day,

The Yakima Valley

Ripe with culture

The Yakima Valley is ripe, not only with fruits and vegetables, but also with culture. From the native tribes of the Yakama Nation, to the Asian laborers that built the railways west and labored in the abundant fields, to the Hispanic families that have enriched our population for generations, the cultural influence of these individuals is evident throughout our Valley. Our wonderful diversity is celebrated throughout the year with a variety of events that honor the many influences that make up Yakima. Whether it’s the live salsa dancing at the Seasons Performance Hall, a traditional Japanese community dinner at the Buddhist hall in Wapato, or a weekend of Cinco de Mayo festivities in Downtown, Yakima is a multi-faceted experience for the whole family to enjoy. From Korean BBQ to authentic Mexican restaurants, enjoy international cuisine all across the Valley. The Valley welcomes the bright and varied perspectives so many people have to offer. Visit the Yakima Valley Museum to learn more about how all their stories are woven into the fabric of Yakima.

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Fresh from Our Fields

Fruits and vegetables

Washington State’s leading agricultural county, also known as “The Fruit Bowl of the Nation,” Yakima boasts apples, cherries, pears, grapes and many other fruits plus a wide variety of vegetables, seeds, field crops, and cereal grains—all of which make the Yakima Valley one of the top agricultural producers in the nation. A drive through the Valley offers ample opportunities to purchase farm fresh goods at roadside stands or even take a stroll through the fields and pick your own fruits and vegetables fresh off the vine.

Hops and Vines

The sweeping Yakima Valley, nestled between rolling sage-covered hills, is home to vineyards and hop fields by the acre. If you are interested in craft beverages and the artistry of winemaking, you have come to a wellspring of delicious, handcrafted creativity. From Bale Breaker to Yakima Craft Brewing Co, find select beers handcrafted with hops recognized worldwide for their unique qualities. Nearly 80% of US hops are grown right here in the Yakima Valley! And if you want a leisurely afternoon, take a winery or distillery tour at dozens of fine wineries and tasting rooms speckled along the downtown and the wildflower-kissed highways.