Pros: Friendly, professional staff, comfortable rooms, tasty breakfast, convenient to Solstice Pizza at the Port.
Cons: There were large outside lights that projected significant light into the room during the night, and there were numerous ambient lights in the room that could not be turned off. This made it extremely difficult to sleep well even when the outside lights were supposedly blocked by the window blinds. Suggest to other guests and/or supply eye shades.
Pros: Great staff, clean new rooms, overall such a great affordable hotel
Located at the base of Mount Hood in the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, you’ll find the Hampton Inn & Suites Hood River hotel. Your next outdoor adventure is just minutes away, whether you go wind surfing, kiteboarding, hiking, skiing, kayaking or all of the above. When you’re in Hood River for business or pleasure, we provide a home base from which to explore the area. This modern hotel set in the natural beauty of the banks of the Columbia River, offers amenities for a comfortable stay. After a restful night of sleep on a clean and fresh Hampton bed®, wake up to a free hot breakfast each morning. Reenergize with a cup of coffee in your room to get work done at the spacious workstation with ergonomic chair and free WiFi. Upgrade to a suite for river views, a separate living area and a sofa bed. Explore Hood River, full of wineries, breweries and outdoor activities for everyone. At the end of a busy day, stroll the trails of the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area and unwind in our indoor pool and hot tub. Choose from educational activities including the Western Antique Aeroplane & Automobile Museum or a winery/brewery tour. Visit the famous Hood River Fruit Loop with over 36 stands featuring apples, pears, wines, antiques and various other locally grown products.
Pros: Loved the location plus beautiful river view. Staff was very warm and friendly and room was large.
Cons: Air conditioning didn't work great. Food was mediocre.
Pros: We have stayed here many times, and finally splurged on a king suite with a fireplace overlooking the river. It had a little balcony and two-stories of glass to let in the sun. The food was excellent. The service above average for a resort area.
Pros: Room was great but a little expensive.
Cons: Food and service wasn't great and overpriced. $14 for 3, 1.5" meatballs.
Pros: When we checked in they upgraded our room to a view, loved being right on the river. Also having a voucher for a sit down breakfast was a plus!!
Cons: We had already paid online, but they charged my card anyway. They took care of it right away and were very nice about it.
Cons: The shower head in room 102
Join us at the only award-winning Hood River hotel nestled on the scenic Columbia River shoreline. A vast array of room types are offered to suit a variety of budgets, from non-view value rooms to deluxe river view suites. Complimentary cooked to order breakfast (for qualifying room rates) served in Riverside - our on-site restaurant offering river views from every table. Lunch and dinner also available with menus that change seasonally, as well as a Wine Spectator Award-winning wine list. Buy-one/Get-one Dinner specials available. Inviting, outdoor deck dining available seasonally. Cebu Lounge features flat screen TV sports and the best happy hours in town. Visit our inviting heated outdoor pool and spa - open year-round. Our modern indoor fitness facility features an indoor spa and sauna. Strong high-speed wireless internet signals available throughout our property to keep you in touch with the outside world. Our flexible meeting space can accommodate small meetings or large events. Contact our professional meeting planners and catering staff to help develop your perfect conference, wedding function, or retreat. There's so much to do - or choose to do nothing but relax. We hope to see you soon!
Pros: Lovely park-like setting. Spacious room and bathroom. Clean and comfortable.
Pros: Nice, spotless new building
Staff was very friendly and helpful
Cons: No toilet lid to close
Very poor curb appeal (but, very pleasantly surprised with interior)
Pros: Funky, fantastic view from bed!
Pros: New room. Comfortable bed. Great bathroom with awesome shower.
Cons: We had a great stay!
With 57 guest rooms, set on five acres, our grounds are filled with majestic pine trees and native wild flowers. Enjoy a meal from our picnic table view point and take a romantic walk on our sunset trail.From the first days our family opened the doors in 1954, and every day after, we strive to be your favorite place to stay.
Pros: Great food at the restraunt, clean rooms and beautiful setting.
Pros: Close to the small town of hood river. Staff was super friendly and the spa was to die for! We got 90 minute massages! Best ever!
Cons: Happy hour wasn't really happy. $12 for fish tacos doesn't really seem like a deal. The only drinks for happy hour pricing was wine and not a great selection at that. We had breakfast there twice. The first time was delicious, but the eggs Benedict was less than great. We give it a 6. Eggs were under cooked, the sauce lacked flavor. We filled out our ticket for breakfast to be served to our room but it was never picked up so we had to call. They were pretty prompt though when delivering it.
Pros: The location on a bluff overlooking Columbia River is fantastic. The patio extends onto the natural rock outcroppings and a 200 foot waterfall is along side. The breeze never let up and you felt like you were on top of the world. The beautiful grounds and gardens were also an added treat.
Cons: Secluded from town by a couple of miles but we didn't see that as a negative at all although some may.
In 1921, Oregon lumber magnate and philanthropist, Simon Benson, observed, in part, of the regions fledgling tourism industry, We have built good roads and invited the world to come view our beauty spots, but we have done nothing toward taking care of them after they arrive. In response to that need, Benson built the Columbia Gorge Hotel.Our property was first described in the Lewis and Clark Journals, and originally the site of Phelps Mill in the mid-1800s, after which our creek is named. The mill made staves for the whiskey barrels carried by mules from Hood River to the east.In 1904, Hood River pioneer, Robert Rand, capitalized on the areas spectacular beauty by constructing the Wah Gwin Gwin Hotel, named for the 208 waterfall on the property. The hotel operated successfully as a summer resort for 17 years, until it was demolished by Simon Benson to make way for his new hotel. The layout of the grounds and trails that were developed by Rand, remained the setting for the new Columbia Gorge Hotel.The hotel was designed by Portland architect Morris H. Whitehouse as the Hotel Benson, and constructed in less than a year. The Italian stonemasons brought over to work on the new Columbia River Highway built the stone walls and bridges for Bensons new Waldorf of the West. The wooden beams visible in the public areas are actually made of plaster and required five artisans, working in concert, to construct.On June 21, 1921, the Columbia Gorge Hotel opened with a grand reception and quickly developed an international reputation. Notable visitors in the early years included Presidents Roosevelt and Coolidge, plus actresses Clara Bow, Myrna Loy, Jane Powell, and Shirley Temple. The hotel is rumored to have been a favorite hideaway for Rudolph Valentino, after whom our Valentino Lounge is named.During the depression, the hotel fell on hard times and was purchased by the Neighbors of Woodcraft as a retirement home. It remained for a quarter of a century, until the ongoing restoration began in 1977. Privately owned and operated, The Columbia Gorge Hotel continues to be an elegant oasis in the heart of the Columbia Gorge National Scenic Area. Renowned for its dramatic surroundings and award-winning cuisine, the Columbia Gorge Hotel is the perfect place for an extended escape or a memorable evening!
Cons: No pool or hot tub was disappointing for a higher end hotel
Cons: The rooms were deceptively small. Small rooms are not an issue, the problem lies in the expectations that are set through the online descriptions.
Pros: The penthouse is 6 stars! Perched above the river with panoramic views, bald eagles flying at eye level just outside the windows. Spacious, luxurious. Highly recommend!
When visiting Hood River, Columbia Cliff Villas Hotel is a great choice to consider. For a bite to eat, guests can check out Simons Cliffhouse, which serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Rooms offer up nice touches like premium bedding, down comforters, and bathrobes.
Enjoy your visit to Husum with a stay at Husum Highlands Bed and Breakfast. Guests can enjoy the spa tub, along with onsite hiking/biking trails. Other highlights at this Victorian bed & breakfast include a terrace and a garden, and rooms offer pillowtop beds and refrigerators.
Cons: Breakfast. It was nice to have breakfast in the hotel and it was included in the price. However, it did not have many choices, for example: fruits.
The 100 percent smoke-free Comfort Suites hotel in Hood River, OR, gives you the essentials you need to be your best and gives you easy access to Mount Hood Railroad, Columbia River Gorge Scenic Area, Multnomah Falls and Mt. Hood Meadows Ski Resort. Get ready to take on the day with such amenities as free WiFi, free parking, free hot breakfast, business and fitness centers and indoor heated pool. Behind every great day is a great night in your suite, which gives you 25 percent more of the space that you need to spread out and features a refrigerator, microwave and recharging device with AC and USB outlets. Also, earn rewards including free nights and gift cards with our Choice Privileges Rewards program. Rested. Set. Go.
Modeled after European bed and breakfasts, Villa Columbia B and B provides comfortable elegance and old-world charm.Each of our five, quiet and luxurious guestrooms feature comfortable beds, luxurious linens,antique furniture and private bathrooms with Jacuzzi tubs and rain showers.Each morning we serve a three-course gourmet breakfast made from scratch, using the finest ingredients.Villa offers wireless Internet access, large private parking and secure storage for equipment. Check-in is at 4 00 PM. Guests planning to arrive before or after this time must contact the property at least 48 hours prior to arrival to receive special check-in instructions. As a bed and breakfast property, the Front Desk hours will vary guests should contact the property to find out more information. To contact the property, use the number on the reservation confirmation received after booking.
Cons: Cranky and poor customer service
They literally scan your whole credit card into their computer.
Loud if you have a lower room, you here every foot step.
Did I say cranky and poor customer service.
Pros: clean, quiet, but extremely slow internet.
Cons: inside - shower curtain rod was loose so curtain did not hang correctly, letting water leak onto floor.
Outside - grounds were trashy appearing, especially near entrance and outside North facing window.
Sunset Motel Hood River is a great choice for a stay in Hood River. Guests will have free perks like WiFi and self parking.
When visiting Husum, Husum Riverside Bed and Breakfast is a great choice to consider. For a bite to eat, guests can check out Icehouse patio cafe, which serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. A terrace and a garden are other highlights, and rooms offer up nice touches like comfy beds with premium linens.
Pros: The Riverview Lodge had really nice staff and was in a great location, about 5 minutes from downtown Hood River. I was very pleased with our stay.
Pros: The location was central
Cons: The staff locked us out of our room because our children, who were staying at the Hood River Hotel, came to visit in the evening. The staff assumed they were staying!They did not service our room or give us clean towels. The staff seemed almost hostile. I would not recommend this place to anyone.
Pros: Walking distance to three breweries and several restaurants. We enjoyed our stay and would choose Riverview again.
When visiting Hood River, Riverview Lodge is a great choice to consider. You can get a morning swim in at the indoor pool, and the spa tub makes for a relaxing end to the day. Rooms feature bonuses like refrigerators and microwaves, along with pillowtop beds and flat-screen TVs.
When visiting Hood River, Hood River Hostel is a great choice to consider. Free perks include buffet breakfast, WiFi, and self parking. Other highlights at this Art Deco hostel include a snack bar/deli, a terrace, and a garden.