5 New Oregon Hotels For Your Roadtrip Pleasure


Still not sure if you want to fly, but think you’ve been there, made it to Oregon? Think again: The hotel boom has spread far beyond Portland, and there are whole new options for you to rest up.

Price: $ 160 to $ 299

Originally built in 1942, the Anchor Inn Resort landed in the hands of its current owners in July 2019. After a series of updates, renovations and other refurbishments, its 23 rooms are now open to the public . Guests can find an arcade room filled with classic video games like Pac-Man or Super Mario, multiple fireplaces (rooms come with a free s’more kit), and the ‘equipment room’ with a DVD library. , family games and station coffee.

While you are in town: Be sure to stop by the Lincoln City Glass Center, where patrons can either purchase the glass creations in the boutique or craft their own, and grab a bite to eat at the Nauti Mermaid while watching the sunset over the ocean.

The Gordon Hotel, Eugène

Price: $ 189-495 (pets + $ 75)

This hotel, opened earlier this year, has an art gallery vibe, with rotating facilities. Some rooms have special perks, such as fireplaces, separate living areas, and balconies. Located in downtown Eugene, the Gordon overlooks the 5e Public street market, which features different small businesses that include gourmet foods, shops, and local art.

While you are in town: Check out Eugene’s many breweries in their beer district, including Heritage Distilling Co. and Alesong Brewing and Blending.

SCP Redmond Hotel, Redmond

Price: $ 156-287

SCP (Soul Community Planet) Redmond is committed to sustainability. The furniture is made from locally sourced materials, the food is organic, and its rooftop bar (the only one in town) overlooks the Central Cascades. The on-site dining options are particularly noteworthy: there’s the Provision Market for patrons to grab quick and healthy bites, Terra Kitchen, which focuses on plant-based foods, and this rooftop bar, which highlights cocktails and small dishes. Originally built in 1929, the building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, but has been fully updated inside.

While you are in town: There are loads of things to do in central Oregon – start with strolling through Smith Rock State Park and the Redmond Caves Recreation Area, as well as visiting Geist Beerworks and Moonshine Bar.

Price: $ 194-214

Open in March, Home2 is located near the State Capitol, shopping, museums, and a short drive from the hikes of Silver Falls State Park. Each room has a full-size refrigerator, microwave, and dishwasher with hotplates available for easy eating if you don’t want to visit the many restaurants nearby. You can also find a heated saltwater swimming pool.

While you are in town: Try Korean restaurant Happy Bibimap House or enjoy an all-day breakfast at Anette’s Westgate Cafe. If you’re visiting between Thanksgiving and New Years, check out the Silverton Christmas Market (formerly known as Christmas in the Garden) which features wonderful light shows and a German Christmas market.

Curvature element, Bend

$ 199 to $ 1,153

Rooms range from classic hotel rooms with one bed and one bath to apartment-style suites with full kitchens, living areas, and separate bedrooms. After visiting the Deschutes River or the Newberry Volcanic Monument, you can relax in the large indoor pool and hot tub, relax by the outdoor fire pits or play corn hole and boules in the common area. outside.

While you are in town: Check out some of Bend’s wine tastings at places like Evoke Winery or Va Piano Vineyards in the Old Mill district, or explore the city’s many trails, golf courses, rivers or lakes.


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