The Oregon Coast

Hotels in The Oregon Coast

Fronting the Rogue River and flanked by old-growth rain forests, with an emphasis on genial service. 

The recently renovated 141-room hotel is a welcoming change from its condo neighbors. The 1936 property is decorated with cork bulletin-board walls and jazzy striped daybeds. The balconied guest rooms reference Midcentury Modern design with sleek built-ins and bold orange accents.

Shingled hotel overlooking the famous Haystack Rock; the 41 rooms are equipped with fireplaces and private balconies. 

On a bluff overlooking the rugged Pacific coastline, the 2007-opened inn is made of stone, steel, cable, and glass. Its seven 1,000-square-foot-suites have white wood-beam ceilings and understated accents such as cream-colored sofas and mahogany tables.

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.

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.

Built in 1941, these 12 attached cottages are an easy walk to the beach, and the owners will provide a “clam gun” for scooping up clams from the sand.

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.

On the northern end of Oregon's untamed coastline is Cannon Beach, a seaside town where Mother Nature has left her fingerprint in the form of Haystack Rock, a 235-foot basalt monolith rising from the shore.