There are an abundance of reasons to choose the state of Oregon for your next vacation. The ninth largest state in the union is located on the west coast, directly below Washington, and there seems to be a little bit of everything that a person could want when they are trying to ‘get away from it all’. From ocean beaches to mountain ranges, and from rivers to crystal streams, Oregon has some of the best countryside available in America. There is no doubt as to why you have chosen it as the destination for your next get away. But where should you stay? It can be difficult to decide when you are unfamiliar with the place. Fortunately for you and yours, there is a wide variety of incredible accommodations all over Oregon. Excellent hotels and lodges can be found most anywhere, with some of the very best being close to the coast for your enjoyment. For those who desire to be near the mountains, there is something for you too. The fact is, you can find one of Oregon’s best hotels in just about any vicinity in the state, so never fear. If you want the very best when it comes to lodging, Oregon has plenty to offer.
But how do you know which hotels are the best, and which ones to avoid? That’s what we’re here for. By compiling a list of twenty of the very best hotels in Oregon, we have done the work for you. Below you will find it, from number twenty to number one, with number one being the very best, of course. We have also made notes of some of the amenities each has to offer, its location, and other conveniences you will find there. If this doesn’t make planning your trip more simple, nothing will. So read on and discover…
20. Best Western Premier Boulder Falls Inn
Located in Lebanono, Oregon, the Best Western Premier Boulder Falls Inn is beautiful, comfortable, and affordable. Rooms are available in Kings, Queens, or Suites, and feature large 42” televisions, microwave ovens, refrigerators, pillow-top mattresses, and come with a complimentary full breakfast. They also offer Garden View rooms and suites for those who enjoy a nice vista. Mobility accessible rooms are available to accommodate a wide variety of needs, as are pet-friendly rooms (as available). This hotel also features on-site dining with a lounge, a conference center, and a1-acre Japanese garden for the enjoyment of their guests.
19. Brasada Ranch
This incredibly beautiful location offers much more than lodging. Guests can take advantage of the spa, go horseback riding, play golf, work out in the Athletic Center, swim, and much more. Lodging options include cabins, cabins with guest rooms, and rooms in the all-inclusive ranch house, and they are pet-friendly and perfect for the entire family. There are kids activities available, unforgettable dining options, and conference rooms. Book your wedding here, or better yet check out some of the real estate they have available. This 1,800 acre resort is located in the Powell Buttes, right outside of the town of Bend, Oregon. This is one lodging option you will never forget.
18. Sunriver Resort – A Destination Hotel
Offering both hotel rooms and vacation rentals, Sunriver Resort is located in the town of Sunriver, and it offers some very spacious, beautiful rooms with surroundings to match. The hotel offers a spa, fine dining, and a huge list of activities that include a stables, skiing and snowsports, a marina, biking, tennis and pickleball, a nature center and observatory, yoga, and so much more, so there is something for everyone in your family. Boasting the largest selection of vacation rentals in the area, Sunriver can match you and your family with the perfect rental for your seasonal getaway. Wedding accommodations and conference rooms are also available at Sunriver. The town of Sunriver has a convenient airport for those who need it, as well. The lodge also offers photography services so your memories can be kept, and there are pet friendly accommodations too. Ask about their real estate options!
17. Hotel Lucia
This downtown Portland hotel is often referred to as the ‘Quintessential Portland Hotel’ and is a recipient of the Conde Nast Traveler 2019 Readers’ Choice Award. Found right in the city’s heart, Hotel Lucia boasts a boundless photography collection, large, spacious rooms, and on-site dining at The Imperial, which is considered one of the best restaurants in the Pacific Northwest. The building the hotel is housed in is on the National Register of Historic Places, and is quite exquisite. Travelers will enjoy the feel of old with all the modern amenities when staying here. Hotel Lucia is a boutique hotel that is in walking distance to just about everything from the Tom McCall Waterfront Park, as well as a number of cocktail bars, shops, and galleries. This hotel features bundled specials with the booking of one of their Deluxe, Premium, or Superior rooms, as well as with their Accessible Rooms and Suites. Wonderfully modern with an antique flavor, the Hotel Lucia is a go-to Portland choice that has stood the test of time.
16. The Benson Hotel
The Benson is another luxury Portland hotel that is also another historic landmark. Built in 1913, the hotel features a rich European design will omitting no modern need or desire. It was voted the Best Portland Hotel in 2012, and has entertained many presidents and heads of business. Guests staying in the recently remodeled rooms will find that they are right in the Pearl District, which conveniently offers a bit of everything from breweries to bookstores to boutiques, and access to a variety of performing arts events is right within reach as well. There are also two ballrooms on-site that are the perfect venue for conferences, weddings, or any other formal even you may need to book. Guest can also take advantage of the available conference rooms and private dining rooms so their meetings or private gatherings will be more intimate and comfortable. The Benson is another one of the finest luxury hotels in Oregon.
15. Hotel deLuxe
Yet another Portland boutique hotel, the Hotel deLuxe is also a winner of the Conde Nast Traveler 2019 Readers’ Choice Award. Built in 1912, the hotel was designed with the Golden Age of Hollywood in mind, using a unique blend of modern art and art deco to get that particular feel. Classic film screenings, afternoon teas, and their special signature amenities make the Hotel deLuxe stand out from the rest. Guests may enjoy cocktails in The Driftwood Room and savor the delectable Pacific Northwest dishes served up at Gracie’s, an elegant on-site restaurant. Also located in downtown Portland in the Goose Hollow neighborhood, guests will find that they are in close proximity to just about anything they are interested in doing, With reasonable prices, accommodating amenities, and an exquisite aesthetic that is loaded with comfort, Hotel deLuxe is a wonderful choice for your trip to Portland.
14. Tu Tu Tun Lodge
In preparation for their 50th Anniversary Celebration, the Tu Tu Tun Lodge will be closed until April of 2020, but we’re sure it will be more than worth it when they return. Prior to these renovations, the Tu Tu Tun Lodge was definitely one of Oregon’s best, and a favorite all the way around. Located in the southwest corner of Oregon, only 40 miles from California, the lodge is designed so that the outdoors actually complimented the aesthetic, which seems to motivate guests to let go of all stress and anxiety, put up their feet, and simply relax. Located near the Rogue River, the rooms at this lodge have been named after a variety of different sites and spots on that river. There are two roomy suites available above the Main Lodge which offer amazing views and incredible comfort. Houses are also available which sleep two to six people and provide another level of privacy for those who prefer to keep more to themselves during their stay. Feel free to visit the Tu Tu Tun Lodge website for more information on prices and reservation information for 2020.
13. Inn at the 5th
Eugene, Oregon’s Inn at the 5th is a boutique hotel that offers elegance and modern charm to its guests. Geared towards those interested in booking celebrations, participating in wine tasting, and the love of fine dining, it can be found at the 5th Street Public Market downtown. Guests will find everything they could want or need is close by for their convenience. Upon arrival, guests are served wine and then taken to their room. Available rooms include modern amenities, as do the spacious suites they have available. Enjoy fine food and cocktails at Marche & Le Bar, the on-site restaurant and lounge, or head out and explore all that downtown Eugene has to offer. The hotel is also located within walking distance of the Alton Baker Park, the Matthew Knight Arena, the University of Oregon, and more.
12. The Oxford Hotel
Bend, Oregon’s Oxford Hotel has perfected the art of making guests as comfortable as if they were at home, bathing them in luxury at every turn. Guest can choose between our regular guest rooms, our extended-stay rooms, and pet-friendly rooms, or if needed, The Oxford has prepared spacious and comfortable Accessible Rooms to make you stay as relaxing and convenient as possible. Our on-site restaurant, 10 Below, features the delicious works of executive chef Darrell Henrichs, who uses the only the finest ingredients, locally sourced, to bring you the best Pacific Northwest dishes imaginable. We also offer an array of extra amenities that are available to all of our guests, including in-room extras like organic bath product, or our exclusive pillow menu. When you venture out of your room you can head to the workout facility, then top it off by indulging in our Jacuzzi Spa, Sauna, & Steamroom. We also provide charging facilities for our guests with electric cars, and while your car is charging you can explore the downtown area on one of the complimentary cruiser bicycles available to you. A fine hotel with an even better reputation for comfort and service, The Oxford has earned its four stars.
11. Stephanie Inn
Cannon Beach, Oregon is home to the Stephanie Inn, an oceanfront luxury boutique hotel. Featuring spacious, comfortable rooms, the very best Pacific Northwest dishes, specialty classes and experiences, and a full-service spa, guests well be pampered beyond their expectations. Available for reservation are oceanfront rooms and oceanfront corner suites. Dormer Rooms and Dormer Suites are also situated oceanfront, as are the Janice Kay room and the Premier Suite. Also available are the oceanfront mini-king and carriage house accommodations, plus a wide array of mountain view rooms to suit your tastes and desires. Cannon Beach Fine Dining is on site to satisfy your cravings, and countless other amenities are offered to you during your stay. Breathtaking views, incredible culinary fares, and luxurious rooms await the guests at Stephanie Inn.
10. Heathman Hotel
The Heathman Hotel is another luxury hotel located in downtown Portland, and like the others, it has qualities that make it stand on its own. While it is in close proximity to many of the same downtown shops and attractions as the others, the Heathman provides is guests with abundant information that will familiarize them with available methods of transportation available to them in the area. The Heathman also has a variety of room styles for guests to choose from, including Deluxe, Premier, Corner, Suites, and Accessible Rooms, and each is attractively decorated and equipped with plenty of extras like Provenance Signature amenities and in some cases, convenient bars stocked with local fares. Eat in-house at Headwaters restaurant and drinks at the Russian Tea Room, or venture downtown, if your taste demands it. The Heathman is also available for weddings, conferences, and other events; just call for availability and book what you need!!
Downtown Portland’s Dossier Hotel is another Readers’ Choice Award winner that seems to keep things focused on Portland life, with locally-inspired amenities and artwork to the food. Let the staff at Dossier arrange things for you, and they will fill your schedule with activities that are designed to familiarize guests with the area and the area’s culture. Rooms include Standard, Premium, Premium Corner, Loft Suite, and Penthouse versions. Each room is tastefully designed with modern décor, and the hotel provides both standard and specialized amenities to make your stay more comfortable. Exclusive Signature Events are available, and change on a weekly basis. For example, you can socialize while you exercise with the Run Club, or visit Rosa Rosa one evening for their tasty Aperol Spritzes. The Dossier Hotel makes provision for all your wants and needs, and are anxiously waiting to take care of you during your stay in Portland.
8. The Porter Portland by Hilton: A Curio Collection
With a city the size of Portland, we shouldn’t be surprised at the number of luxury boutique hotels located in the downtown area! The Porter Portland by Hilton is added to the list, and contributes its own style of hospitality, on a much more modern level than many. With amenities that include a business center with modern audio and video technologies, basic furniture for children (ie: high chair, playpen, crib, etc.), In-house bar and lounge, ATM, area transportation services for adult conveniences, a fitness center and accessibility conveniences, and finally , free wi-fi and fee breakfast. Wonderful views of the river and city skyline are easy to see from the rooms, which are available as standard guest rooms, suites, and accessible rooms. The Porter Portland also provides excellent event services, and it is close to shopping, parks, museums, and much more.
7. The Duniway Portland – A Hilton Hotel
This particular boutique hotel by Hilton has décor that was inspired by Abigail Scott Duniway, an American pioneer woman…it encompasses Portland’s artsy, independent side. Guests will love the Jackrabbit PDX, the in-house restaurant featuring cuisine by celebrity chef Chris Cosentino. Take advantage of the generous hotel amenities and services, which offer many of the same business and personal conveniences as the Porter Portland, with the addition of a coffee shop, in-room massage and spa services, laundry services, safety deposit boxes, a pet-friendly environment, and room service, just to name a few. Rooms are large and comfortable, and are available in a variety of ways, including Accessibility Rooms, Standard Rooms, Suites, and Pet-Friendly accommodations. Finally, The Duniway is more than happy to give you a rundown regarding any events or activities taking place nearby during your stay so you can enjoy you time there and get the very most out of Portland.
6. Kimpton RiverPlace Hotel
One of three Kimpton Hotels on our list today, the Kimpton RiverPlace Hotel is located in downtown Portland, right on the waterfront. Wonderful views are provided thanks to this convenient, enjoyable location. Guests can get to know each other in the communal living area, and available rooms include deluxe suites and cottages, in addition to the standard rooms and accessibility rooms that are available. An inviting courtyard is open to guests, and meals can be taken in the on-site restaurant, King Tide Fish and Shell. Private dining is also an option at the RiverPlace. Extended-stay suites are available as well, and provide all the modern conveniences needed for those who plan to be at the hotel for more than just a few nights. The RiverPlace features ‘elevated’ amenities that include bar and spa services, in-room dining, a fitness center, business services, event planning, high-speed Wi-Fi, complimentary use of in-room yoga mats, a pet-friendly atomosphere, coffee and tea service, childrens’ DVD library, concierge services, and much, much more.
5. Kimpton Hotel Monaco, Portland
The second Kimpton hotel on our list is the Hotel Monaco in downtown Portland. Like the first, it offers all-inclusive guest amenities as listed above, but this particular hotel is the winner of several awards for service. Added amenities that differ for those listed above include a daily Social Hour with wine tasting, live music, craft beers, and locally produced spirits. The Dosha 5th Avenue Spa is another extra, public bicycles, a 24/7 fitness center, and 24-hour in-room dining service by the on-site Red Star Tavern. For an additional $24 service fee, guests will receive daily use of the Quiet Room, unlimited local and long distance calling, a ten-credit to the Red Star Tavern, access to their Press Readers’ Selection, 24-hour use of the business center, updated Wi-Fi speed that will allow usage by five guests, and entertainment every night in the community living area. Rooms are modern, beautifully furnished, and comfortable, and the same room options are available as those of the Kimpton RiverPlace, from the standard guest rooms and specialty suites to the accessible rooms and services. It’s also a great hotel for events and business conferencing as well.
Sentinel is a hotel in downtown Portland that is housed in historic buildings formerly known as the Elk’s Lodge (in the West Wing) and the Seward Hotel (East Wing). Originally built in 1909, architect William Christmas Knighton implemented Early Modern and Arts and Crafts styles with Vienesse influence. A visionary-based art collection is on display in the Gallery. Amenities include the Provenance Well + Fit Center, morning coffee and afternoon beverage services, a complimentary Well + Fit Kit, Domaine Serene Wine Lounge’s wine tasting events, Local Spirit hour, 24-hour fitness center access, pet-friendly accommodations, bicycle rentals, MIRROR fitness classes, and much more. Room décor is suited to that of the hotel in general, with a modern taste that is inviting and relaxing. Room styles include Deluxe, Premiere, Executive Parlor Suite, Executive Terrace, Bridgetown Parlor Suite, Terrace Studio Suite, and Accessibility Accommodations. This is a beautiful hotel that is also perfect for business meetings, weddings, and other events.
3. Kimpton Hotel Vintage, Portland
Our third and final Kimpton hotel on the list is the Kimpton Hotel Vintage in downtown Portland. Hotel Vintage offers amenities like those of its siblings, with the addition of an adult game lounge, urban tasting room, and an incredible cork art display that is inspired by modern graffiti. This luxurious, yet offbeat hotel also features the on-site Bacchus Bar, the II Solito restaurant featuring Chef Matthew Sigler, ‘Wine Down’ Dinners, and private dining, if desired. Other amenities offered, beside those like the other two Kimpton hotels offer, are the wine tasting events in the community living room, featuring 117 wine partners, Happy Hour from 4pm to 6pm in the Bacchus Bar and a $10 bar credit, in-room dining with food by II Solito, Artelier Bloem Bath amenities, and a curated locals guide to help you get an easy start on your time in Portland. This wonderful hotel almost feels like going someplace where you know everyone and everyone knows you…sort of like going to visit a long, lost friend.
2. The Nines – A Luxury Collection Hotel
Portland’s Hotel The Nines is a five-star hospitality facility that is steeped in luxurious surroundings and generous amenities. Named to pay homage to the phrase ‘dressed to the nines’, the hotel is housed in Portland’s Meier & Frank Building, which was a place centered around high-fashion in its day…hence the name. The Nines offers luxury rooms that are decorated with the history of the area in mind, with satin draperies, versatile fireplaces, incredible views, and original Pacific Northwest artwork. The Nines Suite is a signature room steeped in luxury and plenty of space (1768 square feet!) Enjoy the view from the oversized windows, and marvel at the nine-foot ceilings. The Meier & Frank Suite is a 1536 square-foot suite that is saturated in historic décor, yet offers all of the desired modern amenities. Choose between having your meal at the Urban Farmer Steakhouse or Departure Restaurant and Lounge, and get a great workout the next morning at The Nines Fitness Center. This beautiful old historic hotel has much more to offer than what can be listed here, and it a first choice in the Portland area.
The Allison Inn & Spa
At last, our number one choice for the best hotel in Oregon is the five-star Allison Inn & Spa, located in Oregon Wine Country in Willamette Valley (far from the hustle and bustle of Portland). The resort sits on 32 acres of land that is rich with the natural beauty of the area, and it offers 77 rooms and 8 suites that share four levels with other services housed there. The four levels are the Terrace, Spa, Main, and Penthouse. The Allison Spa features 12 treatment rooms, a fitness center, whirlpool, and swimming pool and terrace. Dine at the Jory Restaurant and Bar, an Allison Inn & Spa exclusive, and plan on your most important meetings and events being held at The Allison; you can count on their professional and efficient staff doing an incredible job, no matter what your even may be. Finally, indulge in some of the most wonderful wine tasting activities that Wine Country has to offer, from ‘Pinot Noir at the Allison’ to the sampling of regional wines, and finally the Willamette Valley Activities, which offers something for everyone in your family. From the décor to the lush countryside that surrounds it, and including all they offer their guests in the line of extras, The Allison Inn & Spa easily earns the number one spot as the Best Hotel in Oregon!
There are so many fine hotels to choose from that one wouldn’t even know where to begin. That’s why we ranked them for you…to help you decide. There are plenty of luxury boutique hotels in the Portland area for those who love the city and all it offers. For those of you who are country folk, there is more than enough her for you as well. Don’t hesitate to take your pick, then pick up the phone or go online and make your reservation today. You don’t want to miss out on any of the incredible things going on in Oregon!
Written by Lily Wordsmith
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