The Oakridge Inn Best Western Hotel has excellent wireless internet for guests and that's just the start of the service I received there.
Tamie, the manager, popped out of the office (slippers and all) so that I wouldn't have to unload the wheelchair and come in to check room availability. I was in luck. This ample non-smoking room was open.
With some more help from Tamie rearranging furniture to access the electircal outlet blocked by the media center cabinetry the night's rest was refreshing. What was not was to discover a three inch drop into the "roll-in" shower. Sorry folks, whoever designed that wheelchair trap needs to be taken out behind the shed for some learnin'.
When we say, "roll-in shower" we assume that the ability to roll back out is implied!
If you are in Oakridge, Oregon outside Eugene, traveling alone, and need a wheelchair accessible room I'd recommend rolling past this one until the shower is fixed. That recommendation comes with regrets because the service was so notable (and coming just to play with the "welcome cat" lolling around in the front office has itsown appeal.)