A boutique experience in a natural setting. The Pine Ridge Inn is tucked away from main roads and overlooks the beautiful Deschutes River. It’s the perfect location to find the tranquility you are looking for while still having easy access to downtown Bend, the Old Mill District, hiking and biking trails, and along the road to Mt. Bachelor and the Cascade Lakes Scenic Highway.
- Family Friendly
- Pet Friendly
- Mountain or Water View
- Complimentary Breakfast
- Handicap Accessible
- Air Conditioning
A wonderful stay in a beautiful, comfortable, spacious, clean, welcoming hotel!
We really enjoyed our stay here and would definitely stay again if in Bend. Our room had so much space with the included living room area that had a couch, fireplace and dining area, plus small fridge and microwave. The bed was comfortable. Everything was very clean. The bathroom was spacious, and it was so nice to have a sink in the bathroom with another sink plus vanity outside the bathroom. The built-in bottles of Dani shampoo, conditioner, and body wash in the shower were very user friendly, and the Dani products there and at both sinks had lovely, subtle scents (spoken by someone who usually prefers unscented). The complimentary craft beer or glass of wine at check in was a nice touch. The breakfast was delicious and filling, and we enjoyed our talks with the kitchen staff all three days as they were extremely friendly and provided wonderful tips about local hikes. The breakfast included delicious local coffee, tea, juices, milk, plain yogurt with homemade berry compote, small sides of granola, homemade breakfast sandwiches, muffins, and scones, among other things. We also really enjoyed sitting out on our patio high over the river each evening after a busy day of exploring, watching all of the paddleboarders and kayakers go by. The nearby bridge with local traffic didn't detract at all from the ambience of the outdoor setting. Our room was nearer the breakfast room than the front desk, so our patio river view was better than those by the front desk end of the hotel. We would recommend this hotel to anyone!
Great spot overlooking the Deschutes
We had a wonderful stay at the Pine Ridge Inn in Bend. A bit off the beaten path (i.e., not downtown), the location overlooking the river was great. The inn was quiet and the rooms were large and comfortable (worth springing for the river view). The area around the property was being redeveloped (re-structured entry to the property and "old" parking lot surrounded by a chain link fence) and I understand the entire property may be redeveloped in the coming years. But this summer, the service and our experience was great.
Good and the bad
Actually it would easily get 5 stars except for the view or lack thereof. Had a River Canyon View Suite and called to make sure we could sit on the patio and look at the river. But when you stepped out on the patio (room #101) you heard and saw the highway bridge and if went to the railing and looked right you could see a sliver of the river. I'm not sure if there are any rooms with views because of the tall pines between the building and river. But the room was wonderful! Bed was terrific, coffee maker, microwave, refrigerator, nice sitting area, great bathrooms, lovely staff. Just disappointed they advertise a river view and I'm sure factored into the cost of the room.
Charming stay, beautiful view
We loved our stay in Bend. The view from our deck out to the river was a fantastic way to enjoy the delicious coffee each morning. The room was very clean and comfortable. The staff was very friendly, particularly the ladies managing the continental breakfast each morning. Highly recommend this property for the location and quality of stay.
Really nice stay
Friendly staff, king suite was a nice size for parents and two teens; nice to have a balcony. Did not pay extra for river view, but I'm sure that was nice. I liked the breakfast a lot and ate it on the patio overlooking the river. I think the hotel was more geared toward middle-aged romantic getaways than families based on the other guests. Not that much to walk to in the immediate area.