Oregon Accommodation and lodging listings

Whether you call it home or look forward to spending a vacation or business trip here, Oregon has what it takes to delight, intrigue, relax, entertain, and challenge you.

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Major Oregon destinations:

Portland Bend Lincoln City Eugene Seaside

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Todays featured Oregon accommodations:

The Landing At Newport

Approx 1km away in Newport:

Welcome to The Landing at Newport. These bayview condominium units are fully furnished and feature one and half bathrooms, gas fireplaces, low maintenance tile entries, maple cabinetry and tile countertops in the kitchens. Many of the units have washers and dryers for your convenience.

Photograph of The Landing At Newport, Newport
890 Se Bay Boulevard
Newport, Oregon
97365


Oak Street Hotel

Approx 1km away in Hood River:

This renovated 1909 beauty is now a classic 9 room hotel, located in historic downtown Hood River. The Oak Street Hotel is one of the few hotels in the Columbia River Gorge within walking distance to restaurants, cafes, post office, library, movie theaters and the Hood River marina.

Photograph of Oak Street Hotel, Hood River
610 Oak Street
Hood River, Oregon
97031

Travelodge

Approx 2km away in Grants Pass:

Convenient to I-5 Freeway, Hwy. 199W. Grants Pass is the gateway to Oregon Caves and the famous Redwood Forests of Northern California. Local attractions include river activities such as boating, jet boats, fishing, and there are several nearby golf courses to add to the area attractions.

Photograph of Travelodge, Grants Pass
1950 Northwest Vine Street
Grants Pass, Oregon
97526
"It was ok. If cheap and clean are what you are looking for, this is it. For the traveler that is looking for a bed to sleep in and doesn't want a flea-bag hotel."

More about the areas accommodations and tourism

Oregon is such a diverse state, and if you have not visited us before it can be hard to know where to begin. To help you find your way around, the Tourism Commission divides the state into seven distinct regions. Each region offers a wide range of activities and services, so you can always find something for everyone. The seven distinct regions of Oregon include the Coast, Portland, Mount Hood and the Columbia River Gorge, the Willamette Valley, Southern Oregon, Central Oregon and Eastern Oregon.

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