Originally built in 1922 as a Masonic & Eastern Star home, the Grand Lodge is off the beaten path in Washington County wine country, thirty minutes west of Portland. After exploring local vineyards, enjoy a meal in our Ironwork Grill or Yardhouse Pub, unwind in the soaking pool or get a massage from Ruby’s Spa. Later, stroll the gardens, play some pool in the Doctors Office or share a bottle of wine in Bob’s Bar.
- Air Conditioning,
- Pet Friendly,
- Spa / Hot Tub,
- Family Friendly,
- Restaurant / Lounge,
- Handicap Accessible,
TripAdvisor Ratings & Reviews
For a taste of adventure
I would give this 5 stars if we had a better room but we would defiantly stay there was again. Food was great the environment fun. Our room was in the basement with no bath so it felt a little strange but fun.
Love this place - 7th trip to Portland this year & always visit Mcmenamins
This place is really close to where I work when I'm in Portland & I love coming here for lunch or after work drinks with my colleagues. Great selection of drinks and food. It's funky, interesting & the staff are SO helpful & friendly. My only disappointment is that I have never managed to get a room booking here (it's popular at weekends) but I'm hoping that may happen in future!!
This place is very nice we really enjoyed we went with friends
This is a very nice property one of many of the McMenamins. Very large area rooms to stay different bars to go see. There's also spas in hotel rooms are very interesting paintings on the wall and the decorations are very unique.
The Bob Marley Room
I had heard about how great McMenamins Grand Lodge is and have wanted to see it someday. An opportunity to do just that suddenly materialized. A former room amt I served with in the Navy was living in Hillsboro and moving out of state, very soon. If I wanted to visit him I needed to do so ASAP. I went on-line and looked up McMenamins web site. I went to the hotel section. Selected Grand Lodge Hotel and went to work. I researched what types of rooms they had. The price ranges. And narrowed it down to what floor of the hotel I wanted to stay on and what type of room I wanted based on the bed in the room. Then I looked to see if a room was available on the days I wanted to stay. Once I noticed that there was something available I booked my reservation. I got my confirmation and details concerning my stay via e-mail. It was amazingly simple, easy, and totally hassle free. When I checked in at the Front Desk I was given the Bob Marley Room down in the Basement. It was just a few doors down from Ruby’s Spa, and not all that far away from the showers and the Soaking Pool. And all the way down the hall in the opposite direction was what turned out to be my favourite bar at the Grand Lodge– Doctor’s Office Bar. It stays open the latest at night. Has Pinball machines, a shuffle board, and pool tables. And a rather nice cozy bar. Yes, I had chosen wisely when I focused on the Basement as the ideal place for my room. My room had quotations by Bob Marley on the walls. There was a painting of Bob Marley on the wall near the door. The bed was very comfortable and a pleasure to sleep in. In the closet there was a white robe which I used when I went to the Soaking Pool. And the rooms have Wi-Fi so you can make use of this for additional entertainment. These rooms do not have TV sets. I had a tablet with me. The Soaking pool is free to the Hotel Guests and is very popular. I always saw someone in the pool no matter what time of day it was. It is available for Hotel Guests from 8 AM till 11 PM. The Grand Lodge Theater is up on the Second Floor. On Mondays the movies only cost $5 all day. I didn’t take advantage of this. Instead I enjoyed the bars that Grand Lodge has to offer. And walked around checking out all the art work that this place in abundance. The Attic was my favourite floor to explore. There is a hidden room up there and also a secret passage that goes from the Attic down to the Second Floor. Half the fun is finding these secret places and discovering how they are painted. They seam to glow almost like retro 1960's black light posters. The hidden room is decked out with mushrooms. The secret passage is decked out in blue icicles and cool words of verse. It was a long slow walk as I read each and every verse I encountered. Hints and tips: There are complimentary newspapers at the Front Desk for Hotel Guests. And a Gift Shop close by on the other side that has fliers, post cards, bottles of spirits, and a wide range of merchandise. A good idea is to pick up a copy of the Hotel floor plan and the Grand Lodge Walking Tour at the Front Desk With both these you will be able to find your way around Grand Lodge and be able to read about all the rooms, the bars, and restaurant. This way you won’t miss seeing something that you might later wish you had checked out. I found these very useful the couple days that I stayed here. If you have a McMenamins Passport and want to get the stamps for Grand Lodge then the weekends are the best times to visit. Some bars are not always open. But I found on Sunday when I checked in most of them were all open. All you had to do was walk around, check them out, and get your stamps. To find the hidden room and secret passage up on the Attic floor, look for the red lights above the wall pictures. And start pressing against the wall. Eventually, you will find what you seek.
Family Gathering for Wedding
So far, so disappointed. Booked this room almost a year ago (11/17/17), only to get a call an hour before I arrived letting me know that the room I had booked in the attic to be close to my sisters had been given to someone else. I’ve now been given a crummy, loud room on the ground floor, far away from the rest of my family. Feel like I am in isolation. Attic rooms are so cute and new feeling. Downstairs room is bland, old, and loud.