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Jun. 7 - Jun. 8
Staff was friendly and helpful, place was fairly well kept, pool and hot tub were closed due to the covid19 so I will not hold that against them. Only real complaint is that the bed was a little less than comfortable but it did its job. Over all a great experience and will return there if I need ...
Jun. 5 - Jun. 6
Easy check-in, free shuttle to and from PDX, gym, free breakfast, best of all when I walked into the room I thought they gave me the wrong room! Living room, and bedroom! Massive!
Jun. 1 - Jun. 2
Nice hotel. Front desk staff was great. Very friendly and helpful. The only downside was people slamming their doors all hours of the day and night! NOTICE: Slamming doors isn’t necessary, they close on their own!
Whether you are a culture lover or an aficionado of outdoor sports, the state of Oregon is a great vacation spot. One of Oregon's best aspects is that you can book rooms in one of the Oregon hotels that are located in the beautiful city of Portland, spend the morning relaxing in one of that city's iconic coffee shops, visit the famous Portland Art Museum, take a leisurely drive through the nearby Yamhill County wine country, and then head to the coast for a expertly prepared, locally sourced seafood dinner.
Guests of hotels in Oregon are generally within an easy drive of the coast, city life, and the mountains. The state's three major cities, Portland, Salem, and Eugene all have cultural activities as well as close proximity to the outdoors. Fishermen come from all over to catch salmon in the high lakes of the Cascade Mountain Range during the summer, and when winter brings deep snow and starlit nights to the Oregon mountains, ski and snowboard enthusiasts make reservations at Oregon hotels in droves. Because the Oregon mountains offer top elk and deer hunting, hunters usually search for good deals on Oregon hotel packages during the autumn months. However, those looking for discount rates should contact travel companies, such as Expedia, well in advance of their proposed stay to find good, cheap hotel deals in Oregon.
The Oregon wine country is full of family-owned wineries where the person doing the pouring in the tasting room is most likely to be the same person who covered the vines during the middle of a freezing night so that they wouldn't die from the cold. The best time to get Oregon hotel deals for the purpose of wine tasting is during the early part of autumn. The roads will be less crowded because Oregon's schools will be back in session, and the weather in September is often sublime in the Pacific Northwest.
You'll have more money to spend on items, such as bottles of Oregon's world-renowned Pinot Noir, if you line up a cheap Oregon hotel deal through Expedia in advance of your visit. Prices on rooms are often less during the spring and late fall, and you'll also find that you can frequently get special rates at lodging establishments located in the mountains during that time in the spring between ski season and the opening day of summer fishing season.