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.
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TripAdvisor Ratings & Reviews
The staff at the front desk are way too annoying, they constantly bother you always trying to know what you are doing and always asking questions. its like they are trying to hard to be perfect just stop, also the boutique queen is very small and when i booked this room no one told me it was going to be this small its like a damn closet ! in our bathroom it was poorly clean mold along the tub dust on the bed frame just disgusting does no one check the rooms good after the housekeeping cleans?! we ended up changing rooms and the lovely front desk clerk debbie helped us get into a very comfortable clean room, she also has the kindest heart god bless her heart will come back just to see her!
Traveling for vacation. We stayed 2 nights. Perfect location for us. Hotel is easy walking distance to the Shakespeare Festival, restaurants, shops and Lithia Park. Comfortable room. Good continental breakfast. Gigi at the concierge desk extremely helpful! I would definitely recommend.
Nice, comfy and convenient
The Ashland Springs Hotel, our home for the next three nights, was easy to find as it is an 8-story yellow building among two-three story ones. The Ashland Springs Hotel is elegant in an old-fashioned way. It is a downtown landmark and is considered the most prominent landmark of Southern Oregon. It began its life as the Lithia Springs Hotel in 1925. At the time it boasted of being “nine stories of safety and comfort” and the “natural stopping place for visitors from the Northwest going to California: and visa versa. Back than it was the gold rush that attracted visitors. Today it is the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. And that is what brought us to Ashland. The lobby is two stories high with the mezzanine, where afternoon tea is served, overlooking the lower lobby. The stain glass window is the original from when this was still the Lithia Hotel. There are 70 rooms and we got to see two of them. Our room was in the corner (7th floor, room 706) so we had windows on two walls, overlooking the mountains and downtown. We got to see the sunrise and the sunset. We had a queen-size bed which was covered with a floral bedspread and had a lavender bath teabag sachet in the center of the bed, waiting for us. There was a desk, a closet with two robes and a full bath. The decorations, both in the room and throughout the hotel, were of leaves and plants and birds. In other words, all nature. The other room, in which our friends stayed, much was the same except they had just one wall of windows facing the street and a stall shower with no bath. Wi-Fi was available and was fairly good. Breakfast was simple with toast, bagels (with cream cheese, herbed cream cheese and jams), scrambled eggs, hard boiled eggs, yogurt and fruit, and oatmeal. The biggest problem was finding seating as there did not seem to be enough tables and chairs for all the people there. One afternoon we bought cheese and olives at the co-op and fresh bread at the local bakery and had a picnic in the garden (with its own gazebo and fountain) outside the ball room. All in all, a great, convenient place to stay.
Historic, refined oasis in Ashland
We spent our last week of a month long visit to Ashland at the Ashland Springs Hotel and it was glorious. If we have the chance to return next year this is definitely my first choice to book because of the great proximity to OSF, local restaurants and shopping without navigating too many steep hills. The staff is imminently patient, polite and professional. We had two unnerving experiences with false fire alarms but I wonder if they weren’t related more to the wildfire smoke than any problem in the hotel. Very comfortable - wish the rooms were a little bit more spacious - but for the location it was heaven!
Enjoy your stay while visiting the Shakespeare Festival
Oh my, what a wonderful experience you will have while staying at the Ashland Springs Hotel. I felt like I was visiting an Agatha Christie novel and expecting Hercule Poriot to join me for afternoon tea in the beautifully appointed lobby. We enjoyed the quiet setting of the boutique featured room, as well as the scrumptious morning breakfast that is provided for the guests of the hotel. By all means, the Ashland Springs Hotel will always be our destination hotel while visiting Ashland Oregon.