- Internet Access,
- Fitness Facility,
- Complimentary Breakfast,
- Family Friendly,
- Handicap Accessible,
TripAdvisor Ratings & Reviews
Would be 5 stars if not for the last night of hell
I was sure this was going to be a five star review. The first two days of our stay were perfect. The location is wonderful; lots of places to walk, eat, shop, browse. The rooms are new and very large. The beds are comfortable, although my pillows were too soft for the way I sleep. The rooms have three USB ports and lots of plug ins, so you can charge all your electronic devices at the same time. Staff was uniformly friendly and helpful, at least for the first tow days. Breakfast was above average for a hotel breakfast. We were so happy for the first two days. Then Sunday happened... We were next to the Les Schwab Amphitheater, There was a concert on Sunday. It started at 2 PM. From our room we could hear the music, and it was pretty nice. Then it turned ugly. The concert got louder and louder; we could feel the vibrations from the bass, and it drowned out the TV. Pretty unpleasant. It would have been fine if it had ended at a reasonable time. But the music continued until after 10 PM. We needed to get a good night's sleep for our travels the next day. Finally at 8:30 we went to the front desk, and they moved us to a room farther away from the worst of the noise. It was still there, but the air conditioner drowned out the worst of it. When we checked out the next day the desk clerk didn't seem too concerned about our inconvenience. So if you are going to stay here, make sure there is not a concert scheduled during your stay. If there is, make sure that your room is as far away from the venue as possible. I think they should warn people and make sure they know that they will not be able to sleep until the concert ends.
I don't recall the last time we have stayed at a Hampton Inn but this one is very nice. Finding it is a bit tricky due to all of the curvy streets in Bend, but once you get there and come and go a few times you can figure it out. It is very close to the river on the west side (easy walk) in the Old Mill District. The entrance and lobby are bright and open. The complimentary breakfast buffet was superior to most we have experienced. There were very creative fresh squeezed juices and super Greek yogurt concoctions that I would highly commend. They varied the egg preparations daily and included decorated brown shell hard boiled eggs. Our room (a king room) was roomy with a small refrigerator and microwave. The desk and desk chair are definitely not designed for work but with free wifi it will do in a pinch - you shouldn't go to Bend to work anyway. The upholstered side chair was comfy but like many hotels it lacked an accompanying small table to set things on. The shower was very spacious with a very high mounted shower head. The toilet paper was super thin and somewhat crunchy. We both really liked that there was a night light in the bathroom. The ventilation was very good as the bathroom mirror did not fog up after a shower. I would commend staying at this Hampton Inn if you visit Bend.
Centrally located in Bend
Nice hotel centrally located to multiple things to do in Bend. Agree with another traveller that its expensive; but almost all hotels in Bend are expensive, even in the summer. Rooms clean, free breakfast. Sand volleyball courts nearby, Good visit.
Awesome Location, Beautiful River Walk, Lots of Restaurants
This hotel felt brand new, very clean. Love the remodeled bath design. Feels roomier. Beds very comfortable. Staff very personable. Gave us a map of the Mill District when we asked about dining. Easy, beautiful walk right by hotel along the river.
Nice Hotel - But Expensive!
Very nice place, ideally located near the banks of the Deschutes River. Easy walk to downtown along the river. Attractive area. Staff was pleasant and professional. Breakfast was okay. We were granted a free room upgrade. Consequently, our room was huge and had a great view of snow capped mountains in the distance. Very good lighting in the room . . . good for reading. Comfortable chairs. Not bad . . . but expensive!