Oak Street Hotel and Vacation Homes
(a Hotel / Motel)
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Expect to be delighted at The Oak Street Hotel! The hotel is a handsomely renovated, 1909 classic beauty converted into nine rooms with private baths. We are located on the quiet edge of downtownHoodRiverin the heart of the Columbia Gorge. Enjoy a cup of local, freshly roasted coffee fireside in the lobby during autumn or winter visits then relax on our front porch with a glass of lavender iced tea in the summertime! The lobby resembles an art gallery showcasing work by local artists and other unique treasures. A farm to table breakfast buffet is included, featuring our eggs and fresh fruit. Stay & Enjoy!
Total Units: 9
- Air Conditioning
- Complimentary Breakfast
- Handicap Accessible
- High Speed Internet Access
- Kitchenette Or Full Kitchen
- Pet Friendly
- Smoke Free
Oregon Restaurant & Lodging Association Member
This business is a member of the Oregon Restaurant and Lodging Association (ORLA). ORLA represents over 3,500 members and advocates for over 9,000 foodservice locations and 2,500 lodging establishments in Oregon. OregonRLA.org
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