Built in 1904, The Peerless Rooms Building is a "brick front’ commercial style building that served working-class men and women drawn to Ashland in the early years of the 20th century, when single room occupancy was the norm for residents of a working-class community. The Peerless Hotel opened in 1994 following a two year restoration project.
- Air Conditioning
- Mountain or Water View
- Complimentary Breakfast
- Spa / Hot Tub
- Restaurant / Lounge
- Handicap Accessible
- Internet Access
- EV Charging Station
Bike Friendly Business Amenities
- Bike Parking
- Floor Pump
- Complimentary Water
- Complimentary Locks
Hotel with character and comfy rooms
We live in California's Central Valley and have family in the Portland area. Sometimes we do the 700-mile drive in one day, but sometimes we'd rather break up the drive a little. For the first time, we decided to do that by spending a night at The Peerless Hotel. What a great choice! The contactless checkin process was communicated clearly and went smoothly. The hotel's location is great--in a cute neighborhood with some shops and restaurants, within an easy walk from downtown. Our room was large and wonderfully decorated, with lots of character to remind you you're in a historic building, but also with plenty of modern comforts. We also found it surprisingly quiet. I prefer a cool room temp for sleeping, and this was perfect. A nice bonus was the level-two Tesla charger available for guests, which meant we could start the next morning with a full charge. I have a few minor quibbles. The mattress was a little soft for my taste. We were on the second floor, which meant dragging luggage up and down a narrow, twisty staircase. And the room had no desk, which was a little uncomfortable when I had to do some work in the evening. But the plusses far outweighed the small minuses. I look forward to staying here again.
Tucked away in the Railroad District of Ashland is the Peerless Hotel, a hideaway to keep visiting year after year! Starting with a fab breakfast in the charming courtyard, I felt like the day could not help but get better. In these Covid times, this courtyard is a safe and beautiful sanctuary for breakfast as well as dinner at the next door Peerless restaurant, not connected to the Hotel but an amazingly convenient dinner treat. I hope you bring the Peerless Hotel into your radar and support Ashland’s impressive food and hospitality town!
Small, Beautifully Appointed Hotel in Quiet, but Convenient Location. Stay Here.
Over the years we've stayed at many hotels, motels, and BnBs in Ashland and The Peerless Hotel is by far our favorite. Only six rooms. We stayed in the upstairs twin-bathtub suite. It was very spacious, nicely appointed, with good central AC and a very comfortable king bed. Lots of light on a quiet street. All the staff were extremely personable. Breakfast was individually prepared, and we had the entire back patio to ourselves. It is right next door to the Peerless Restaurant and Bar which has a very large outdoor garden dining area, exceptional food and friendly wait staff. (Reservations recommended.) Because of the pandemic, we couldn't attend any plays, but it is only a ten minute walk to the OSF theaters. The outside stairs are a good alternative to the twisting inside staircase. Once the plays return, we will be regular guests, assuming we can get reservations. Highly recommended.
Quaint Hotel, HIGHLY Recommend
Loved the entire experience! Easy check-in, gorgeous rooms with ample space, an interesting history to the building, great location, and make sure you stay for a delicious breakfast after your stay! Would definitely recommend over a chain hotel.
Sweet space, nicely decorated with large tub and shower. Small fridge and central air conditioning. Breakfast was served either out in the courtyard or in your room (your choice). We were on the 2nd floor and the stairs were a bit of a challenge with luggage. There is no elevator. They have a couple of rooms on the 1st floor.