Hotels in Oregon
Rooms at the antiques-furnished, 1907 hotel have views over farmland and Mount Hood.
Situated in Willamette Valley wine country, the LEED Gold–certified Allison Inn & Spa is surrounded by colorful gardens, sprawling lawns, and seven acres of Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris grapevines.
The former beach house was turned into an inn by Bruce Bessey. The three handsome suites, with mod furnishings, are perfect for curling up in when the rain lashes the wild surf. In fair weather, guests mingle on the oceanfront deck to watch gray whales or gaze at the stars.
This 14-story hotel with brick siding dates to 1913 in downtown Portland, featuring premium century-old elements like Italian marble, Austrian crystal chandeliers, and Russian walnut.
The best area bunkhouse is this cattle ranch with tidy guest rooms.
Glamorous details abound: the Tower Room has a panoramic view and alcove soaking tub, and the Tuscan Spa has a sauna and rain shower for two.
Fronting the Rogue River and flanked by old-growth rain forests, with an emphasis on genial service.
The island's single overnight option is this campsite.
Classically styled Italianate property attached to the Concert Hall, with Art Deco interiors and one of the city's best restaurants.The standard rooms are on the smallish side and have a quaint but modern feel.
Designed to resemble a grand Victorian seaside hotel (but with a Northwest craftsman style—it was actually built in the early 80’s), the waterfront RiverPlace easily has the city’s best Willamette River views.
You won’t find more dramatic coastal views (ask for one of the Mariner’s Rooms) than those here, a B&B at the base of an old lighthouse.
The Portland outpost of the Kimpton group’s Monaco brand sits along a busy downtown stretch that, while lacking in curb appeal, provides easy access to the riverfront and Portland Saturday Market, and is walking distance from the Pearl District and Old Town.