We had a great room at the Holiday Inn Express in Eugene, a one-bedroom suite. I used Priority Club points, and when I made the reservation this suite was the same number of points as a regular room, so I felt like it was an excellent deal.
The bedroom was small, with just a king bed, two nightstands, and a dresser with a flat screen TV, but it had a window that opened, and an air conditioning unit. It also had a real door (unlike some “bedrooms” that are not separate from living areas) that opened into a short hallway. The bed was comfortable, and had a double-sheeted comforter, and four pillows (with pillowcases identifying whether they were “firm” or “soft”)
The bathroom had two sinks, black granite countertop, a Jacuzzi tub, and large separate shower. The rain-shower head was really high – I think a 7-foot tall person could stand under it and not have to duck.
The living area was roomy, with a sofa and coffee table, two upholstered chairs and three end tables, a large dresser, fireplace with a large flat screen TV mounted above it, and a kitchenette area with small round table and two chairs, mini-fridge, microwave, coffee maker, bar sink, granite counter, and disposable dishes.
The breakfast was the usual hotel buffet fare: scrambled eggs (they had to be from a powdered mix), bacon, biscuits and gravy, hard-boiled eggs, small individual yogurts, four kinds of dry cereal, bagels, cinnamon rolls, muffins, coffee, and several kinds of juice.
In the parking lot is a Dutch Bros coffee stand with two drive-through lanes, and a walk-up deck. It’s open from 6am to 11pm. The barista there said there’s another Dutch Bros in Eugene that is open 24-hours a day, which I suppose makes sense for a university town. The hotel is near the Willamette River and a nice, long bike/walking/running path that runs for miles on both sides. There’s a bus stop right in front of the hotel, on a busy street (but with a signal light, so it’s easy to turn).
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Welcome to Eugene s leading Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites! We are just steps away from the University of Oregon, Autzen Stadium, and the historic Hayward Field. Stay with us and cheer on your Ducks for any sporting event! Families enjoy our Spacious Suites and Complimentary Hot Breakfast while business travelers take advantage of local business only a few short blocks away and complimentary wireless and hard lined internet options through out the entire hotel. Everyone can appreciate our helpful and knowledgeable staff that can get you where you need to go or help you relax. You have endless shopping and dinning options as we are in the heart of Eugene, with the brand new Boulevard Grill next door and many other down town dinning options to choose from. Eugene is known as the World s Greatest City of Arts & Outdoors and when you stay with us you have access to the best with Alton Baker Park s renowned running and biking paths located just behind the hotel. The Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites in Eugene is proud to be Oregon s School Activity Association s headquarter hotel! ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Holiday Inn Express Hotel And Suites Eugene
- Holiday Inn Express Eugene
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