The Adobe Resort is located on Pacific Coast Hwy. 101, one mile from the coastal village of Yachats right on the edge of the rocky Oregon coastline. Most guest rooms have spectacular ocean views, some with fireplaces, and king size beds.
- Fitness Facility,
- Mountain or Water View,
- Spa / Hot Tub,
- Restaurant / Lounge,
- Handicap Accessible,
- Pet Friendly,
TripAdvisor Ratings & Reviews
Great hotel, right on the beach!
We recently stayed at the Adobe Resort in Yachats, OR. This was our 3rd visit, but haven't been there is ~15 years. It was just as I remembered yet. The room was large and the view was fantastic (the hotel allowed us to view several rooms before deciding on which one had the best view). It was stormy and from our balcony, we watched amazing waves crashing into the rocks. The staff were all welcoming and helpful (especially the lady who checked us in).
We'll be back
We were booked at another hotel nearby and checked out early. We booked last minute but Anthony was very accommodating. We very specifically wanted a Jacuzzi room and a work out room. The Jacuzzi was amazing, very clean (we checked) and the view was amazing. The workout room had everything we needed plus some and my wife an I were able to do side by side treadmills. That is hard to find on the Oregon Coast these days. We went to the Sunday Brunch Buffet and I can tell you it was one of the best we've had. I hesitate to say this cause I don't want it overrun with people but it's awesome. The service is excellent and the ambiance of the entire hotel perfect. We'll be back.
The Adobe Hotel is our only coast place we have gone for decades
Whenever we need to get away we always go to The Adobe, I mean it's the only hotel we ever go to now, they have a great view of the crashing waves right outside your door, they have a clean indoor pool and work out room so I can stay on board with my workout regiment. Their restaurant has some of the freshest seafood and it has a wonderful view. And I love their eclectic gift shop filled with all things ocean themed. Tony does a great job filling the shop with all kinds of mementos, cards, books and jewelry. Its the best thing about The Adobe and I spend lots of time looking and buying things like Naked Bee lotions, cards, (and they stock my book for sale. The Eve Chronicles" by Diane DeVillers). Walking on the grounds and the beach where you can view sea urchins and anemones during low tide.. We basically arrive and stay on site the whole time, a place to just be and enjoy the ocean.
We stayed at Adobe for 2 nights during our 2 week trip to the coast. This was our favorite hotel of the stay. Considering it was on the lower cost compared to the others we stayed at it was a nice surprise. The staff made us feel comfortable and gave all the information you need for your stay. The hotel is a little older but well maintained and very clean. The room is a nice size compared to newer hotels. We chose a 3rd floor with patio. Room 330. This had a wonderful electric fireplace and jetted tub. The patio faced the ocean and had the cutest bench instead of 2 chairs. Perfect for snuggling with a blanket watching the waves hit the rocks. We went to their lunge for an early dinner and breakfast each day. Lucky enough to be there for Sunday brunch we actually drove back the next Sunday just to have brunch again :) We will definitely be back to stay as Adobe will replace what use to be our “usual” hotel in Newport.
Dry overcooked chicken
We have been going to the Adobe restaurant for decades and have always been happy. We went to dinner Sunday 11/3/19. I had the crabpot which was excellent. My daughter had the chicken pasta. The chicken was so overcooked and was so dry that she could not eat it. When we told the server and the manager they said oh it was too dry like they knew what she was going to say. They did not offer to take her meal off the bill. Very dissapointed!