Historic and Boutique Hotels
The Tualatin Valley has a diverse mix of lodging properties, including hotels that are unique to the region. Enjoy the experience of staying overnight in these hotels, which have a lot of character and charm, and will entice you to return for another stay.
McMenamins Grand Lodge
Built in 1922 and set on the Sip47 wine route, McMenamins Grand Lodge is a recently renovated historic hotel with 90 guestrooms, several bars and restaurants, a full-service spa, a year-round outdoor soaking pool and more. Stay in a room with a private bath, or stay overnight, “European style,” in a quirky room with common bathrooms.
The whimsical lodge is decorated with historic photographs and original art inspired by the history of Forest Grove and the building itself—a former Masonic Lodge.
Come by to explore the grounds and the whole new attic-turned-upper-floor, full of wonder – can you find the secret passageway? Wander with a handcrafted McMenamins ale, wine, cider spirit or house-roasted coffee. Stop in the newest small bar. You could see a first-run movie in the grand theater, get a pedicure in the spa, take a dip in the soaking pool, listen to vinyl in Pat’s Corner…and why stop there? Book a room and make it a night. Book a Room >>>
The location of The Orenco hotel is reminiscent of a New York street scene in a Hollywood movie. Brownstones line this quiet street, situated in the Orenco Station neighborhood of Hillsboro. Close to shopping, dining, breweries and taprooms and high-tech businesses, the Orenco is an ideal boutique hotel for leisure and business travelers.
The Orenco provides an unsurpassed level of amenities and luxuries, and features comfortable suites with large flat-screen televisions, free cable TV, DVD players with DVD libraries, free wireless Internet and refrigerators. Additional amenities include complimentary laundry facilities, concierge services upon request, day passes to area fitness clubs and a first-rate business center. Book a Room >>>