With over 30 breweries, countless food carts and farmers markets, there’s always plenty to eat and drink in Portland.
Wander around the walkable downtown or cycle, like a local, visit the Pioneer Courthouse Square, Lan Su Chinese Garden, the Oregon Zoo and Museum of Science and industry, and of course, shop, with 0% sales tax!
Before departing for the coast, you might wish to explore the wine regions of the state.
Journeying along the Pacific Coast Scenic Byway, pause at Seaside, Cannon Beach, Newport, Waldport, Yachats, Florence and Gold Beach near the end; be sure to spend some nights where you can. For something unique, try your hand at being a cowboy at the Long Hollow Ranch before heading out to the beaches.
From the coast travel under five hours to the Crater Lake National Park, the only National Park in the state consisting of a breathtaking lake and islands.
Best explored from late June to mid-September, drive on the Rim Drive and be sure to book the Volcano Boat and Wizard Island Tour in advance, to see this special island formed by the volcano eruption.
- Discover Portland's attractions such as the Pittock Mansion, Japanese Garden and Portland Art Museum to name a few.
- Oregon's Coast many hiking trails with numerous wildlife and rare wildflowers.
- Enjoy an adrenaline-filled whitewater rafting through the powerful Rogue River of Grants Pass.
- Extensive range of activities offered by Running Y Ranch Resort such as hiking, horseback riding and boating.
Situated in the heart of downtown Portland nearby to Pioneer Square, Pioneer Place Mall and the Tom McCall Waterfront Park, Kimpton Hotel Monaco Portland is a stylish setting for your stay in Oregon. Decorated in bright colours and funky patterns, this unique hotel is a favourite in Portland. There are a total of 221 rooms and suites ranging from Queen Deluxe Rooms to Suites and equipped with a 32...
Located inside Crater Lake National Park, the Crater Lake Lodge is the ideal setting for your stay in the park. Built in 1915, the lodge offers 71 rooms decorated in a wooden rustic style. It is open from late May until mid-October. During your stay at Crater Lodge, enjoy breakfast and lunch in the Dining Room where ingredients from around the state are used. We recommend making reservations for ...
Situated in the centre of Portland at the top of an iconic building, the Meier and Frank Building, the Nines is a luxurious, LEED Silver certified hotel. It is located within walking distance of Pioneer Square and the business district as well as many other attractions you'll need to see on your Oregon holiday. Accommodations at the Nines range from Superior Rooms to Suites, furnished with a 42-i...
Situated in the Dundee Hills to the south of Portland lies the beautiful Black Walnut Inn, a vineyard and bed and breakfast. Overlooking the Willamette Valley, here enjoy the tranquillity of the area as well as the nearby wineries. The inn is located ten minutes from downtown Newberg. The Black Walnut Inn is also home to a 13-acre vineyard where chardonnay and pinot noir grapes are grown. There a...
Situated in Gleneden Beach, a small coastal area between Newport and Lincoln City, the Salishan Golf and Spa Resort is a wonderful choice for your luxury stay in Oregon. Opened in 1965, this 250-acre resort has a wonderful spa, 18 hole golf course and great dining choices. There are 205 rooms and suites at the Salishan furnished in a rustic and natural style in keeping with the resort’s feel. At ...
Situated approximately 15 minutes south of Bend at the bottom of the Cascade Mountains, the Sunriver Resort is a beautiful full-service resort well suited to both couples and families. It is set within the 3,300 acre Sunriver private residential community where the resort lies alongside a number of private homes and even a village mall area with many shops and restaurants. The Sunriver Resort off...
Board the largest and most elegant riverboat in the Pacific Northwest region for a fantastic experience on board the American Empress. The sister boat of the American Queen which flows through the Deep South, the American Empress meanwhile cruises along the Columbia and Snake Rivers in Oregon and Washington. Traversing past hills, mountains, canyons and fields the American Empress travels through...
Originally built in 1924 as a fishing lodge on the edge of the Rogue River, the Weasku Inn once welcomed the likes of Bing Crosby and Walt Disney. In 1993 it was acquired by the Country House Inns and in 1998 reopened after a renovation. The Weasku Inn now offers 5 original lodge rooms, 11 riverfront cabins, a 3 bedroom river house and an A-frame cabin. Included in your stay in this wonderful sett...
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