Oregon Coast Hotels

Oregon Coast Hotels | Places to Stay on the Oregon Coast

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Lodging That's Just Right For You

With all that there is to see and do along the Oregon coast, one night is never enough. Fortunately, there are hundreds of places to stay all along the coast from Astoria to Brookings. Whether you're planning a vacation with the family, a romantic getaway, or an outdoor adventure, there is an Oregon coast lodging option to fit your budget and travel needs.

Oregon coast lodging options cover a wide range of properties from standard and specialty hotels to bed and breakfasts to cabins in state parks and campgrounds. Some visitors also choose to stay in one of the many private rentals available along the coast.

Oregon Coast Bed and Breakfast Lodging

By far, the most prevalent type of lodging on the Oregon coast is bed and breakfasts. This is due in part to the lack of development along the coastline and the prominence of small towns as opposed to metropolitan areas. One of the biggest advantages of staying at a Oregon coast bed and breakfast is that you have access to the owners and their wealth of information about the local community. Of course, starting the day with a home cooked meal also is nice. Many bed and breakfasts are in historic buildings, while others have wonderful gardens, scenic views and other appealing features that make them ideal for guests who prefer a more personal and intimate stay.

Most bed and breakfasts on the coast are small and tend to fill up fast. In addition, because they are in private homes, late night check-ins typically must be arranged ahead of time. For these reasons, reservations are recommended when staying at an Oregon coast bed and breakfast lodging facility.

Oregon Coast Hotels

Services at Oregon coast hotels range from standard rooms at well-known lodging chains such as Best Western, Motel 6, and Comfort Inn, to simple but quaint accommodations at mom and pop hotels to luxurious elegance and pampering at resort hotels. The majority of Oregon coast hotels offer basic accommodations and are intended to serve the needs of guests traveling up and down the coast and only staying one or two nights in a location. It is often possible to stay at beach hotels along the coast without making reservations, although you may have to try more than one property to find a vacancy.

The resort hotels generally tend to have quite a few more units than the smaller hotels along the coast and are typically better suited to extended stays. Despite the large number of rooms, reservations are recommended in the summer or during special events.

Private Vacation Rentals Along the Oregon Coast

If you plan to stay for more than one or two nights, and you prefer the comforts and space provided by a larger rental property, you may want to consider one of the many private vacation rentals along the Oregon coast. Typically, vacation rentals offer advantages like kitchens and laundry areas and often have amenities like BBQ's, games, movies, stereos etc.

The ability to cook your own meals, wash clothes, and access a variety of free entertainment options helps to offset the costs of a vacation rental, which are usually higher than bed and breakfasts, hotels, and other Oregon coast lodging choices. An online search turns up dozens of sites that list a variety of Oregon coast vacation rentals ranging from small, rustic cottages and cabins to modern and luxurious beach homes.

Cabins and Lodge Accommodations at Oregon Coast Campgrounds

Many private and public Oregon coast campgrounds also offer cozy cabins as an alternative to tent or RV camping. With an average price ranging from $20 to $60 a night, these cabins allow travelers to access all the services and activities of the campground and/or state park while staying in a more structured setting. In addition to cabins, some campgrounds offer tepees, yurts, and even covered wagons for those who want to add a little variety to their Oregon coast lodging experience.

Cabin and lodge rentals are ideal for those who are traveling with small children or who don't have access to camping equipment or RVs. State parks and many private campgrounds have a limited number of these types of units, so they tend to fill up fast, especially in cooler months or during stormy weather. Reservations are recommended.

Oregon Coast Pet Friendly Lodging

Is your dog or cat part of your travel group? Many Oregon coast hotels, bed and breakfasts vacation rentals and other lodging options offer pet-friendly accommodations, although most ask for a deposit and some charge an additional fee. This is a fast-growing segment of the Oregon travel industry, and you can find one or two pet friendly lodging selections in each of the major destinations along the coast.

For a list of Oregon coast pet friendly lodging listings, as well as info on area parks, pet friendly beaches and other pet-related services along the Oregon coast, visit the Dog Friendly Oregon Dog Travel Guide website, or visit PetFriendlyTravel.com here - they also have information on Oregon coast pet friendly lodging.

One of the main reasons the Oregon coast is such an enjoyable place to stay is the wealth of different lodging options available. Why not try two or three different types of Oregon coast accommodations and find out for yourself which best fits your personal tastes and travel style?


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