Whether you’re here for business or pleasure, you’re going to need a place to lay your head. Bend, Oregon, has a plethora of amazing amenities throughout the city. Here is a small list of a few of those amenities.
*Effective Friday, August 27, 2021, masks will be required in most public indoor and outdoor settings, including large outdoor events, where physical distancing is not possible, and regardless of vaccination status. The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) also strongly recommends masking at outdoor gatherings at private residences when individuals from different households do not consistently maintain physical distance.
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Oxford Hotel Bend has become the talk of the town. Superior services and amenities, a sustainable design, and impact on Bend’s historic downtown make our four-diamond hotel a must-visit.
Locally owned and operated in downtown Bend, choose from 17 suites with spacious living areas, a private luxurious king bedroom, a fully equipped kitchen, and custom woodworking throughout. We offer complimentary bicycles, a prime westside location, and exceptional guest service. We welcome dogs in our dog-friendly suites with an onsite dog park. We have placed in the top 10 of 100 Best “Fan-Favorite” Destinations in Oregon by Oregon Business for the last three consecutive years. Please accept this personal invitation to stay at the jewel of downtown lodging. *Please note in an effort to create the safest environment possible, we will require proof of vaccination for all hotel guests ages 12 and over beginning Friday, September 17, 2021. Those not vaccinated can provide a negative COVID test within the prior 72 hours of your arrival.
The Campfire Hotel in Bend, Oregon, gives Oregon Camp Culture an urban adventure spin. With 100 freshly-renovated and vintage camp-inspired guest rooms, an onsite pool and plenty of space to store your outdoor gear, you’ll have plenty of space to unpack, unwind, and hang out by the Fire.
For the BendFilm Festival, Campfire is offering discounted rooms starting at $169+tax with this group code: BendFilm21
Discover a new way to relax, refresh, and connect with the world around you. Here, you can live a balanced life on the go, whether you’re passing through or staying a while.
The Hilton Garden Inn Bend is located minutes from downtown Bend and 20 minutes south of Redmond Municipal Airport (RDM). Situated in the Old Mill District, this hotel offers the perfect base from which to explore the area’s shops, restaurants, and bars. Choose a cozy guest room or suite and enjoy a range of top amenities, from our comfortable Garden Sleep System® beds with 250 thread-count sheets to a TV with cable channels. Swim laps in the hotel’s spacious swimming pool or work out in the fitness center with a range of cardio machines and weights.
Hampton Inn & Suites Bend is set in the heart of the Old Mill District, just moments from an IMAX movie theater and many lively bars, restaurants, and shopping opportunities. This friendly hotel in Bend, Oregon, is located next to the riverfront Les Schwab Amphitheater, which features outdoor concerts throughout the summer. Fans of the great outdoors will appreciate the variety of recreational activities right on our doorstep, including fishing, rafting, and cycling. Take to the slopes of the snow-capped Cascade Mountains, enjoy a trip down the glistening Deschutes River, or explore Smith Rock State Park, just a 30-minute drive from our hotel in Bend, Oregon.
Stay in the Heart of Downtown Bend and the BendFilm Festival at the DoubleTree by Hilton. Our 117-room hotel sits above the two main blocks of Downtown Bend. All of our rooms are suites with ample room, a sofa sleeper, refrigerator, microwave, and hot beverage station. Book your reservation now by clicking the link below or entering the listed URL below in your browser – the link is case-sensitive.
We look forward to welcoming you to Bend with a warm delicious signature DoubleTree chocolate chip cookie!!!
The Old St. Francis School, conveniently located in the center of downtown Bend, has undergone a transformation from a 1936 Catholic schoolhouse to a lively destination hotel complete with classrooms-turned-lodging rooms, a pub, brewery and bakery, a movie theater, private meeting, and event space and a truly fantastic soaking pool that beckons day travelers, shoppers, hikers, skiers and snowboarders alike.
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