Bend, Oregon is an outdoor lover’s dream. The town is full of adventure during all four seasons. But in order to really enjoy your experience, you need a great hotel. Here are our favorite places to stay in Bend, Oregon:
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Sunriver Resort is one of the closest hotels to Mt. Bachelor in the winter, and has plenty of outdoor activities within walking distance during spring, summer, and fall. The resort offers a spa, golf, biking, stables, tennis, a nature center, and observatory.
You can also choose between a hotel room (each with a fireplace) or vacation rentals. If you’re looking for a full vacation experience, Sunriver Resort is the way to go.Book Your Room
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If you have never seen a McMenamins, you are in for a treat. This hotel/restaurant chain usually refurbishes an old building and makes it their own. In this case, McMenamins took an old schoolhouse (St. Francis) and turned it into a hotel and restaurant.
But it’s not only that, the location is downtown and also includes an old Turkish bath and a movie theater. There is also a secret bar you can find in the wall, as well as some other secret rooms throughout the buildings.
If you are looking for something a little different, McMenamins will be a delight for any traveler.Book Your Room
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One of the newest hotels in Bend, the Springhill Suites by Marriott is great for visitors in town for business and for pleasure. The meeting space is large enough for many conferences, and the rooms are a quality you can only get from a brand new hotel.
This hotel is also close to Old Mill, downtown, the Bend Whitewater park (where you can watch the surfers, who are out there during every season), and The Pavilion, an outdoor ice rink.Book Your Room
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The Hampton Inn is always a great option for an inexpensive stay but with a quality brand. Hampton Inns are always a great go-to when you are going to a new town, because you know exactly what to expect.
This Hampton Inn is especially great because it is located in the Old Mill District, and is within walking distance to downtown. It also features a fitness center and pool, and a great view of the Deschutes River.Book Your Room
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The Oxford Hotel is a luxury hotel in downtown Bend. If you are looking for a walking-friendly vacation, Oxford is the way to go. The rooms at the Oxford are beautiful and comfortable, and offer one of the best views of the downtown area.
There is also a gym, restaurant, and you are within walking distance of dozens of restaurants, coffee shops, clothing stores, and other retail. You can also walk down to Drake Park where you can watch the Deschutes River (including Mirror Pond – if you are a beer person that might ring some bells).
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The Doubletree by Hilton in Bend offers one of the best views of the downtown area, which means a completely walkable vacation (unless you plan to drive to Mt. Bachelor or one of the hundreds of hiking trails in the area).
The hotel is in not only a great location, but has the quality you would expect from any Hilton property.Book Your Room
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The Riverhouse on the Deschutes is full of Bend, Oregon history. Founded by one of the families that founded a large part of Bend, the hotel is in a prime location on the Deschutes River. Only a few minutes from downtown, there is talk of extending a trail all the way from Redmond to Sunriver, which would include the property near the Riverhouse.
The hotel features a high-quality restaurant, Currents, and an outdoor deck that allows you to watch the river during summer. If you are planning an event, Riverhouse on the Deschutes has a large conference center as well for groups both large and small.Book Your Room
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