The Five Best Hotels in Eugene Oregon

If you’re planning a trip to Eugene, Oregon, you obviously want to know where some of the best places to stay are so you can plan ahead. Eugene has some of the most beautiful hotels in that part of the country and they’re also fairly forward-thinking when it comes to creating new ideas that truly cater to the individual staying there. Depending on where you want to stay within the city and what your interests are, you can find a hotel that either caters to those interest or is close to them. Below are five of the best hotels in the area that are sure to impress you. Depending on your personal preferences, you can choose the one that you like the best but there’s no way that you’re going to be disappointed with any of the hotels on this list.

Hilton Eugene

This is a laid back but spacious hotel that’s close to Hayward Stadium and the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art. While the rooms aren’t overly ostentatious, they are very roomy, clean and modern enough that you won’t feel like you’re staying somewhere that’s dated. The staff is extremely helpful and you get to take advantage of additional amenities such as a special wine bar and bistro, free Wi-Fi, an indoor swimming pool and a balcony on every room. The hotel also has a large meeting space that can be used as a convention area so it makes it the perfect opportunity to meet for large get-togethers.

La Quinta Inn & Suites Eugene

This hotel looks more like a quaint little bed and breakfast than anything else. The rooms are all updated to provide the latest amenities and they have more than enough room for you to spread out. Since the rooms are suites, you can cook a small amount of food in the kitchenette, make your own coffee and enjoy a much larger space than you would with a traditional hotel room. The establishment is located only a mile from the University of Oregon and it has an indoor olympic-size swimming pool. The hotel also boasts a fitness center that’s located on the grounds and whenever you stay there, you get free Wi-Fi and a complimentary breakfast.

Valley River Inn

This hotel seems to have everything. Aside from the balcony that you can enjoy on every room and a large outdoor swimming pool, you can also take advantage of the fact that the hotel is centrally located. It’s only a couple of miles from the University of Oregon, as well as downtown. It is located right on the Willamette River, hence its name. If you like the idea of eating your meal while relaxing next to a beautiful body of water, that is precisely what you can do here. Of course, you can also take advantage of the spacious rooms and the hot tub.

EVEN Hotel Eugene

If you like the idea of staying healthy, you’ll love this hotel. Everything they do is focused on health and well-being. Some people even have even gone so far as calling this a wellness facility. The rooms are designed to be comfortable, but the real focus of the hotel is on getting you active. Healthy meals are provided and there are various fitness centers provided on-site, as well as multiple swimming pools, hot tubs, and alternative therapies such as massage. If you’re looking for an experience that’s focused on your well-being and you want to do something a little bit different, this is the perfect place to start.

Red Lion Inn & Suites Eugene

The rooms here are modern and clean and there’s a fitness center on site. Perhaps the thing that makes this hotel a great place to stay is that it’s located close to various performing arts centers and a busy district that focuses on art, music and dance. If those are the types of things that get your blood pumping, what better way to enjoy your stay in Eugene than to stay in a hotel that is within walking distance of all of these things?



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