My wife and I stayed here for 3 nights over Easter Weekend. Lovely view of the river from just about all rooms. Estimate about 40 parking spaces on the first level that are like careports plus a large enough parking lot for just about everyone. Second floor is where the rooms start and there are 4 floors but only 2 through 4 are rooms. Trailers and motorhomes can park next to hotel on the street. Seems safe because all the rooms face the area. Pretty quiet from traffic on one both sides of the hotel because opposite side from rooms is the hallway with windows facing main street side. The other side of the hotel are the rooms facing the river, all facing west. Rooms are older and for those of you frightened by "popcorn" ceilings, you had best not stay here. LOL. Hotel has a few drawbacks but most important to us is that it was clean, so much so that Mr. Cheapskate, me, left a tip for the housekeeper. Miracles never cease! As noted, it is older but pretty well kept up. Carpets in halls and rooms are older but seemed clean. A little downer was the very small elevators, I don't do well in them in these were really small. Keycard is used to operate when going up. Nice safely feature. People at check in were cheerful and as well at check out. Coffee in the lobby. There is a restaurant attached and you are given a $4, per person coupon to use for breakfast. We ate there twice. Older place but appeared clean and we enjoyed the food and would say it was average. We did not try lunch or dinner however. Now let us move into our room. Clean as noted but again, it is an older room but kept up. Small sink and counter area out side restroom/shower area. Small clothes hanging area too. A little tight to pass each other in bed area because large cabinet with TV on it sticks out a little to much with the beds opposite it but it was okay. There was a refer and microwave. Desk, small table with a couple of chairs. Very small balcony with a couple of plastic chairs to sit out on. Someone else noted that the screen door doesn't slide well but it was no big thing. As noted, balcony faces west, so morning view was pretty nice looking out on the river. About 20 small boats out of the river fishing off and on over the weekend. Nice little park right next to the hotel with some nice history for the area. Beds were comfortable but don't know about the pillows, there were alot of them but we always bring our own pillows. Bathroom fan sounds like a yard blower and it is on the same switch as the light. The other light for the sink area, outside the toilet/shower area is part way into the sleeping area and is very bright so anyone still trying to sleep in the dark is not going to be able to, it is bright. We enjoyed our visit and would return.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Beautifully located off of 1-205 nestled on the Willamette River, The Best Western Rivershore Hotel is a destination location. With the beauty of the water, and the wildlife, our river front rooms are the best place to relax and unwind, for business or leisure travelers alike. The Rivershore Bar & Grill has patio seating and was voted one of 10 best riverside restaurants in the entire state for 2016. Our outdoor pool and indoor spa add a extra touch of relaxation to your stay. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Best Western Oregon City
- Oregon City Best Western