Pretend you are Scarlett O'Hara or Rhett Butler while you stay at this Greek revival mansion, built in 1851 for Captain Ainsworth and his bride. The house is filled with exquisite antiques; some are part of Oregon's own history. The home was originally remodeled at the turn of the 20th Century, providing windows that span from the floor to the ceiling in many rooms. Now the Captain Ainsworth House Bed and Breakfast provides comfortable rooms with basic amenities for relaxation .
Built in 1905, this hotel has watched the town of McMinnville grow; it has served as a meeting place for the community for nearly a century. The four-story building has been used for a bus depot, lounge, soda fountain and dance hall in addition to a Western Union office. Rooms feature a queen or king bed and either a private, shared or common bathroom. All rooms are non-smoking. Be sure to tour the local wineries while staying here.
The Grand Lodge, built in 1922 is a Masonic home which was originally an old folks home. Called a "pleasant haven" when it opened, the McMenamins brothers are doing their best to continue that theme. Much like a bed and breakfast, only the king suites have private bathrooms and sitting rooms. The suites are a little steep, but you can get a bunk for the night for only $45. Packages are offered for your pleasure. All of the lodge's rooms are non-smoking.
The central location of this hotel is not the best thing it has to offer, although it is certainly high on the list. Rather, the great service, is this luxury hotel's greatest asset. Business services, including faxing and printing, help get the work done. There is also a concierge to help with just about anything. Rooms have modem lines, and the indoor/outdoor pools and nearby fitness center are nice perks. Located on the west edge of Lake Oswego, it is only minutes from the business centers of Tigard, Beaverton and Hillsboro.
27100 Southwest Salmon River Highway Grand Ronde, OR 97347
Whether here for business or pleasure, this lodge accommodates you in full Northwest style. A fountain greets you in the 5000-square-foot (465-square meter)lobby and all the rooms welcome you with Pendleton Woolen Mills bedding. These and other Northwest art add to the Native American theme. The coast and the wine country are within easy driving distance, and the casino is footsteps away. The lodge and casino are the property of the Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde Community of Oregon.
2535 Northeast Cumulus Avenue off Highway 18 McMinnville, OR 97128
Located within ten minutes of local wineries, this hotel is McMinnville's newest. Nearby attractions include the Captain Michael King Smith Evergreen Aviation Educational Institute. But you will find the amenities here so fulfilling that you may not want to leave the grounds. If you have a small group, try the Family Suite including one king bed, one queen sofa bed and a separate room with another queen bed. The family suite also has two televisions. Group discounts are honored. Please visit the fantastic Web site to see photos of the rooms, the grounds, the pool and the surrounding vineyards. This is a deluxe hotel with all the services you would expect.
Close to many of Oregon City's biggest attractions, including shopping centers and museums, this is a fabulous hotel. With 120 rooms, each complete with a view of the Willamette River off its own personal balcony, the property provides scenic pleasure for those on vacation or here for business. Executive suites and meeting rooms, as well as full-service catering, are provided with advanced booking. Indoor pools and spas are located on the grounds as well.
This old farmhouse sits alone in a field near wooded, rolling hills. Operated by a French couple, Renee and Paul Giroux, The Woven Glass Inn offers service that keeps you comfortable. It is also near the industrial centers of Beaverton and Hillsboro, where you will find Nike, Intel, Epson, Tektronix and more. The Girouxs' hospitality includes fresh flowers, robes, a hot tub on the deck and guest refrigerators. You are welcome to play the Steinway piano, if you think you can. The stained glass of the 1938 house is beautiful.
18855 North West Tanasbourne Drive Hillsboro, OR 97124
Close to many corporate giants there is plenty of business to be done near Residence Inn-Portland West hotel. After a long day of work, it is like coming home when you return to your suite with a sofa, full kitchen and even a fireplace. Featuring separate workspaces, sleeping areas and ample amount of options for relaxation, each and every suite is designed to make your stay as luxurious as possible. Ideal for travellers on business trips, this accommodation scores high on the comfort scale.
Centrally located smack in the middle of Portland's business communities of downtown Beaverton and Hillsboro, Residence Inn Portland South hotel makes a good base for all your business operations. Comfort, as well as convenience, is all here. The 24-hour staff is a great help. With the laundry valet, you will not have to worry about your dirty clothes. Use the hotel's fax, copier or printer whenever you need it, even at 3a. The chain's trademark "home-away-from-home," with full kitchen and separate rooms, makes it a pleasant stay.
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