Just returned from a conference held at The Riverhouse. When I checked in, I heard them say that they were sold out (due to the conference). The setting is beautiful. The hotel is on either side of a river and has a covered walking bridge to get from one side to the other. The conference center is newer and very nice. The hotel rooms and hallways are quite worn and outdated, but clean. There was a nice rock fireplace in the room, but it would have been more useful if it was gas. My room was very large, with a kitchenette, sofa, table and desk. The kitchenette was complete with refrigerator, microwave, diswasher and stove. Cupboards were stocked with dishes. The bed was a king size murphy bed, which you don't see very often. Nothing special, but I slept fine. There were not enough plug-ins in the room, especially around the desk area, common with older hotels. The free hot buffet breakfast was a step above what you'll find for most free breakfasts these days. Each day there was an egg dish, potatoes, a meat, fresh fruit, hot cereal, and pastries. Coffee, milk, and juices were also served. The one thing that was not acceptable was the "free wireless." The hotel bills itself as one of the only conference centers in bend. This would draw business type people who need to stay connected with work. The capacity of the wireless was dismal. In the rooms, I could only use my laptop sporadically for Internet access. Fortunatetely, the 3G access on my phone was good. In the conference center, the lack of wireless capacity actually ruined some of the presentations. Presenters could not get the signal they needed to access the Internet. This is not acceptable for a conference center in this day and age of wireless devices.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The beautiful Deschutes River runs through the property and has recently completed $10 million dollar renovation in 2016. Our spacious guest rooms and suites have river or property views. A great location with just minutes from downtown Bend. Relax in our indoor and outdoor pools and hot tub or stroll along our scenic river trail. You can even fish for trout right outside your room. At night, cozy up in your spacious accommodation and order room service. Indulge at Currents, our restaurant featuring unique Pacific Northwest cuisine and outdoor patio overlooking the Deschutes. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Riverhouse Hotel Bend
- Riverhouse Hotel Bend
- Riverhouse Resort Bend