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:
- Visitor Info,
- Public Restroom,
- Complimentary Water,
TripAdvisor Ratings & Reviews
Lovely property and a great deal!
I stayed overnight on two separate occasions and was very happy with the stay and the service on both occasions. I stayed in the smallest room, but the bed was super comfy and the room felt roomier because of the high ceilings. Breakfast was decent-- not amazing but certainly better than some I've had since real scrambled eggs were available. They also had plain yogurt, which I appreciated since I avoid sugar. Location is perfect-- right in the heart of downtown Ashland! Highly recommend!
Delightful, classic hotel, lovingly maintained
Our first time visiting Ashland, we picked the Ashland Springs Hotel from web information and were pleased to find it to be comfortable and in excellent condition. The décor has a general botanical theme that compliments to classic architecture well. Our room was not large (typical of older hotels) but spacious enough, with a view of the nearby hills, and the bed was very comfortable. Larks restaurant, adjacent to the lobby, has an interesting assortment of creative dishes and the service was excellent. We wholeheartedly recommend the Ashland Springs and we'll be back.
The wife and I felt pampered like a queen and king for the two days we were here. The marriage of French neoclassicism with the 19th-century natural sciences brings the outside "inside" in a uniquely artistic way. This hotel has an interior decorative style that showcases local plant & animal life without making it feel like a museum. This hotel prefers not to change your sheets and towels every day per their commitment to environmental values, but they will do it upon request. The room we stayed in had a Queen bed with a beautiful view of Main Street. Cozy and comfortable with the same warm, decorative elements as the rest of the hotel.
1920s ambiance, and service to match
Wear your fedora, and imagine Fred and Ginger quick-stepping around the ballroom in this wedding-cake of a building. When we had difficulty inserting our luggage and ourselves into a Boutique Queen room, the receptionist quickly moved us to a Double Queen twice the size and gave a discount on the upgrade. What a classy lady! Park your car in the hotel lot and walk everywhere in this delightful town. Don't miss an hour in the bar--drinking a classic mixture and bantering with the bar tender before eating wild trout, if available. Very good breakfast buffet selection, though the eggs were too firm for our liking. Sitting in the lobby is like lounging in a natural history museum, with unusual critters stationed here and there--rather fun unless you are worried about becoming part of the decor.
Classic Elegance in Ashland
My daughter and I stayed at this hotel for five days and four nights. It had the feeling of classiness and elegance, from the gorgeous lobby to the comfortable rooms with large windows facing Main St. and the serene shallow mountains behind the town. A filling and tasty breakfast comes with the price of lodging. One can eat it in the comfortable room for breakfast or on the balcony of the lobby. Both areas have windows with views. As a bonus, every day they had delicious cookies with coffee or tea on the balcony of the lobby for several hours, free. My daughter gobbled up those cookies, which helped tide us over until dinner.