Hotels in Oregon
Popular with anglers, this resort has riverside cabins that sleep up to six.
Shingled hotel overlooking the famous Haystack Rock; the 41 rooms are equipped with fireplaces and private balconies.
Carved out of a 1960s motel and set around two courtyards, Portland's rock star–worthy Jupiter Hotel. has 80 basic rooms (aka crash pads), outfitted with white platform beds and wallpapered in floor-to-ceiling nature scenes.
Just 400 feet from the sand, the 35-room Inn at Cape Kiwanda is the perfect base for a weekend at the shore. Suites are cozy—gas fireplaces; down comforters—and offer amazing views of the surf crashing into Haystack Rock, a 327-foot-tall basalt monolith jutting out of the bay.
The romantic suites all have pillow-top mattresses, stone fireplaces, and waterfall soaking tubs.
A quirky, refurbished 1915 elementary school that's been transformed into a hotel, you can catch a movie, soak in the heated outdoor saltwater pool, or have a cocktail and a cigar in what was once the principal's office.
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.