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1 Mar. - 2 Mar.
I brought my puppy tonthis hotel because we were traveling through the area, and the staff was very accommodating! They showed me pet friendly places in the area. There are some places near by wuth grass which was helpful in the city. Very clean and cute!
22 Mar. - 23 Mar.
The price was super cheap for it being such a good hotel. Not the best view from the third floor, but we were able to get quality breakfast, good amenities, and good service. PET FRIENDLY and all I needed was to sign a waiver. Definitely a place I would return to without having to think it ...
29 Feb. - 1 Mar.
We've stayed here a few times now. We appreciate the elegant but comfortable vibe, with friendly polite staff and a perfect location for walking to tons of great restaurants, including our favorite Shalom Y'all.
29 Feb. - 1 Mar.
Always great location. Security was great. Staff Fantastic. Did not use the restaurant. Pool, Sauna, Steam room Awesome and much needed! Great Value for what we asked for and needed. Will stay again! Very Pet Friendly. Only thing that I did not care for was the "Micro" coffee dispenser with only ...
1 Mar. - 2 Mar.
Honestly this is how all hotels should operate. They do their best to make you feel at home. This is Luxury at a great price! I will always stay at pineapple when its available in a city im staying in! 10 out of 10 // 2 thumbs up!!!
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Portland is a fun city known for its excellent restaurant scene, yearly Rose Festival, microbrews, and music scene among other attractions. The climate is mild enough to make it a year-round destination although the best weather is from July to September. Powell’s, the nation’s largest bookstore, is a must for book lovers, while children and their parents alike will enjoy the exhibits at the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry. The country’s largest urban park, Forest Park, offers miles of hiking trails.
Hiking is big in the rest of the state as well, and Oregon is a top destination for outdoor lovers. Visitors will find stunning scenery just a short drive from the city, and Mt. Hood is the skiing destination of choice for most Portlanders. Skiing is popular in other parts of the state as well, including Bend to the south, where a number of resorts may offer Oregon hotel packages. Cycling, rafting, and other outdoor activities are popular throughout the state too.
The Cascade range of mountains divides the eastern from the western part of the state and marks a significant change in both terrain and climate. Eastern Oregon is ranch and high desert country, and visitors can take in rodeos, visit the John Day Fossil Beds, and retrace parts of the route of 19th-century explorers Lewis and Clark. The best rates and prices on rooms can be found with advance reservations, and it’s also worth asking about a special discount or other cheap hotel deals in Oregon.
To the south, Ashland hosts one of the largest and most popular Shakespeare festivals in the world. Along the coast, towns such as Coos Bay and Lincoln offer art galleries, seafood, and antique shops. Oregon hotel deals can make it possible for visitors to take in more attractions of the state such as these, and many hotels in Oregon can help to arrange activities for their guests.