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Destination Charging in the Northwest

Discussion in 'Northwest' started by freds, Dec 27, 2014.

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  1. freds

    freds Member

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    I thought I would report on two hotels that I did destination charging here in the northwest. I located them via the charging link on main Tesla web site.

    The two locations I have used are:

    Hotel Modera in Portland reported as one HPWC at 80amps, was actually 198 Volts at 40amps.
    Davenport Tower in Spokane reported as 1 Tesla Connector, up to 40A, was actually 210 volts at 40amp.

    Kind of bummer that they didn't install 80amp service.
     
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    #2 ferdboyce, Dec 28, 2014
    Last edited: Dec 28, 2014
    We've stayed at the Wildhorse Casino S. of Pendleton, OR on 4 different occasions. The RV park is adjacent, they're quite "Tesla friendly" and while I paid $18 for the 14-50/50Amp service overnight, they only charge $89 for a very comfortable hotel room, and there's an excellent restaurant - 2nd floor Pinnacle Room - as well. I understand that the Oxford Inn in Pendleton also offers 14-50 service, but don't know for sure.

    We've also stayed at the Blue Lakes Inn in Twin Falls. A very nice B&B, creatively converted from an old Motel6. They've got a single 14-50 and will reserve it if you call ahead.

    All to say it was the only reasonably convenient way to travel from Seattle to Salt Lake City . . . including "top-ups" in Baker City where there's an HPWC that's available 24/7 (plugshare).



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