Elegantly restored historic landmark in the heart of downtown offers 70 tastefully appointed, non-smoking guest rooms, continental breakfast, wireless Internet and 24-hour parking, Waterstone Spa, English garden, banquet/conference spaces and Larks Restaurant. Dreamy wedding venue. Guests are pampered with superb service and luxurious surroundings.
- Pet Friendly
- Mountain or Water View
- Complimentary Breakfast
- Spa / Hot Tub
- Restaurant / Lounge
- Handicap Accessible
- Internet Access
- Air Conditioning
Bike Friendly Business Amenities
- Complimentary Water
- Public Restroom
- Visitor Info
Unique beautiful property
A beautiful charming hotel in the heart of Ashland’s shoppes and theaters- this historic hotel was a treat. We were on the top floor and had great views and a spacious room with a full couch and two upholstered chairs. Two queen sized beds with one side of each a few inches from the wall (bad) and mattresses that could stand to be turned or replaced to be honest. Great selection of pillows and extra blankets provided. The free breakfast was decent, with good coffee. No meat to go with eggs though. Nice coffee cake. Lots of places to sit. Decent free parking. Really you can park and never need your car, as Ashland has lots of one of a kind shops and great restaurants. We have family in the area and will return.
Very small rooms, we would not recommend them for more than one person, unless you get the larger rooms that are apparently available. The room we booked was advertised as city view but it faced a parking lot and mechanical equipment and had frosted glass. They did move us to a room with limited city view. There was no ice available and the staff did not even know the location of the ice machines (which were broken). It does have some historical interest and the breakfast was top notch. The location is ideal. Just be aware of the room size and don't expect a modern place. They advertise that you have access to a sauna but it has been closed for two years due to covid! That was the only reason we picked it over a more modern place just down the street. A bit deceptive, they have had plenty of time to modfy their advertising.
Beautiful hotel and wonderful staff
Our room was gorgeous, something about the way the light came through the windows. We got a room with a sitting area and two beds and it was ample space for me and my two daughters. The elevator was slow but I took it as a sign that I needed to use the stairs as often as possible. The front desk staff were so very VERY kind. Katy especially took a nice bit of time talking about Southern Oregon University with my daughter. Her insight was very helpful. The breakfast was utterly delicious. The beds were super comfy (love their linens). The location is perfection. The bathroom was surprisingly spacious. I will be back.
An Elegant and Delicious Stay
A grand hotel, with many years of history. Located on the main street surrounded by lots of restaurants and shops. A wonderful place to visit. The hotel is beautifully done and the rooms are lovely. The restaurant has a great menu, a little pricey but delicious. AND, there is a fabulous ice cream shop right across the street. Ashland is a sweet little community located right off the #5 highway, with lots of artisans, shops, crafts, books and things to buy. Be sure to book early if you are going in April. They host the Shakespeare Festival and rooms are hard to come by for the 3 week event.
A Beautiful and Elegant Hotel with Fantastic Service
We'd read about the wonderful restoration of this hotel and were eager to try it out for ourselves. We arrived from a long trip up from California and were ready for some comfort and great service. From the moment we stepped into the lobby to getting into our room the beautiful decor and the welcome at the front desk told us that we'd been right to choose this as our resting place. We made reservations in the Lark restaurant and had a relaxing evening of food and beverages. The dinner and dessert were wonderfully prepared and delicious. The drinks from the well-stocked bar refreshing. I was looking for an after-dessert aperitif and asked if the bar had sambuca. To my delight they did, and it topped off a great meal. Having been refreshed by our meal, we decided to walk around downtown Ashland. As the hotel sits amidst downtown, this was easily accomplished. We hope others will also get to experience this great hotel on their next stay in Ashland.