Oregon Hotel Guides
couldn't have chosen a more accurate description of the
grand state of Oregon
when he claimed She flies with her own wings. While Thornton
was referring to the state's independence from Britain,
the quote also suites the culture and attitude that makes Oregon special today. Oregon
rises dramatically from the Pacific ocean to create a scenic mountainous
coastline, dipping low into the Willamette
Valley, only to rise once
more as the Cascade Mountain Range covers a large portion of the state. This
climactic scenery invites travelers from all over the country and welcomes them
into a host of cozy lodgings that range from co-operative housing to homey Bed
and Breakfasts to super splurge hotels in town. Business travelers will most likely
find success in the
area. Here cultural museums and historic streets wind through the city as the
lofty Mount Hood lurks in the background. The
progressive city is compact and user-friendly making it ideal for bicyclists
and walking to work. Accommodations in and around the city consist of mid-range
Brand name hotels to High Class resorts and spas.
A vast majority of Oregon is highly
attractive to leisurely tourists and romantic couples hoping to get away from
the hustle and bustle of big city living. That goal is easily achieved in any
one of the many coastal towns like
Bend, Pacific City
All are small enough to feel remote, yet close enough to home to welcome tired
feet in for the night. Most of these amazing little towns offer fantastic rates
at Bed and Breakfasts sprinkled along the coast.
lies along the Deschutes
River winding it's way
through the mountains and tempting tourists onto its trails, rapids and golf
courses. Ski resorts, business suites and rental condos prevail in
the primary accommodations for travelers in the range of the Cascades.
is filled with cultural attractions such as Crater Lake in
with its small-town theater and fine arts. Along the eastern border of the state
lies Old Western history, backpack along breathtaking mountain ranges,
horseback along old cowboy trails or sleep under the stars, wherever Oregon takes travelers,
they are guaranteed a fantastic vacation.
Mount Hood, one of the state's most
popular attractions offers visitors a chance to climb the illustrious mountain
or ski its death-defying slopes. The Mount Hood
region has a slew of riverside towns which offers, among many other accommodations,
the famous WPA-era Timberline Lodge. At the end of a long journey, the Willamette Valley is an attractive alternative due
to its rich wineries and tasty farmers markets. Willamette Valley
hosts Mountain and Farm Resorts, Bed and Breakfasts, and brand name hotels and motels.
trails may lead, the coast, inland mountains and southern charm entice
travelers to experience what no other state has to offer.
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