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On McMinnville's main street, Hotel Oregon strikes an inviting pose - as it has since 1905. You're welcomed into the ever-popular Pub on the main floor, and can work your way up to the Rooftop Bar for a breathtaking 360-degree look at the region. Catch a free, live music show in the Cellar Bar or Mattie's Room. Artwork, photographs and architectural wall hangings inspire thoughts of the past as you pop into the bistro-style Cellar Bar. Hotel Oregon has 42 guestrooms; the hotel's innermost rooms afford a view of the courtyard while the outer rooms look out over McMinnville's often bustling main...More details
Check-out ends at: 11:00
Food & Beveragerestaurant
Business Facilities / FacilitiesCon una piscina al aire libre y muchas otras instalaciones recreativas a tu disposición, no te quedará ni un minuto libre. Se ofrece también conexión a Internet wifi gratis y una zona para barbacoas.
Reception servicesFree self parking
Back to the Hotel Oregon
Reviewed 17 december, 2021
We had a great three night stay Sunday to Wednesday. This was our second visit to this hotel, we were here in 2007. We ended up in a suite style king VERY spacious. The next time we come we will be sure to catch a Friday/Saturday so we can see the cellar bar. We had two dinners and a breakfast, all great food in a welcoming atmosphere. We love the property and the artwork on all the four floors of walls and the interesting artifacts are good fun. This is a nice older hotel with so much character. We want to come back in May for the alien parade.
I love McMenamins but…
Reviewed 26 september, 2021
I’ve stayed at McMenamins Edgefield in Troutdale, Oregon countless times (and have always loved it) so I expected McMenamins Hotel Oregon in McMinnville to be on par. What a disappointment. The one and only luggage cart is on its last crooked leg. Our $154/night single king bed room is tiny, the walls are paper thin, and the room’s HVAC unit keeps resetting itself to 67 degrees AC no matter what we do (so we turned it off). Most of the hotel amenities are unavailable—the great bar, the rooftop bar, and the cellar pub are all closed—with no explanation other than a shrug. Loud cars keep racing up the street, loud motorcycles are starting up or departing regularly, and at the moment a bunch of people are fighting on the street (on a sleepy Sunday night, it’s not even Friday or Saturday). Since I really wanna try to say something positive, the staff are super nice, the curtains are lovely, and our bed is comfy. Sadly that’s as far as it goes. I was just at McMenamins Edgefield last month and everything was as wonderful and consistent as it’s always been, making the contrast here at Hotel Oregon even more discouraging. I love you McMenamins, but I won’t be back here again.
Bend local favorite
Reviewed 21 july, 2021
Love this place ! It's a whole Experience and A great spot to take visiting friends and family. Great indoor and outdoor seating and kitschy immersive ambience. There a one of a kind movie theater ( snacks and drinks served ) a restaurant /bar soaking pool a cigar bar and more. Be sure to look For secret hideaways ( ask a local ) Check it out!
Disappointing McMenamins Experience
Reviewed 16 july, 2021
It's hard for me to write a negative review of a McMenamins hotel because I am a fan. So let me begin with the positives: large room, comfortable bed and friendly, efficient staff. Unfortunately, we were in a top floor room below the rooftop bar. Lots of noise of moving chairs, perhaps even tables. This was a corner room, overlooking the main commercial street of McMinnville, which meant we had to listen to loud, bass-thumping music until at least 11 p.m. Where this was coming from no one seemed to know -- staff were surprised when I mentioned it at checkout. And, as others have noted, this is a hotel in need of some upgrades. While I enjoy the charm and history of older hotels, the bathroom was too antiquated to be "charming." Try taking a shower in a clawfoot tub with a wraparound shower curtain that clings to you as you're showering! And speaking of not charming, the hotel has a very rundown look and feel, which certainly doesn't warrant a $200/night charge. I totally understand that Covid has negatively impacted the hotel industry. But I suspect the condition of Hotel Oregon preceded the pandemic and has been intentionally ignored. That's really too bad and I hope McMenamins will take note of the reviews and try to win back its disillusioned customers.
Looking for a lunch spot in McMinnville? Here is a good place.
Reviewed 12 june, 2021
Hotel Oregon Pub, McMinnville is a picturesque spot in the downtown area of the town. The setting is pleasantly low keyed, with booths and tables in a mostly quiet environment. We appreciated the attention to Covid-19, with an armband to designate those vaccinated. The menus for lunch has good options, with a good wine list. If there is any small complaint, it might be somewhat soggy fries or the $9 price tag on a splash of wine. Overall though I'd go back again.