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Oregon Garden Resort
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Reviewed July 11, 2013

We have wanted to re-visit the Oregon Garden and took advantage of a gift certificate for an overnight stay. Arrived late afternoon after touring Historic Silverton. We did not realize the hotel was in a separate building from the guest cottages but found our room and it was very pleasant. King with a comfy mattress, puffy duvet and about a jillion pillows. Had dinner in the Garden View restaurant--chicken picatta with warm sourdough rolls and real butter, my sweetie had the Greek pasta. After dinner we let ourselves out the gate with our room key and took a stroll through the Garden. Absolutely lovely and cool with a slight breeze. Very few people so we were all the way to the center of the Garden before we realized it. We slept through the noisy a/c fan and were grateful the room was cool (it's been really hot). Breakfast next morning was very ordinary "free breakfast with room fare"--juice, coffee, frozen waffles, sausage and bacon (the homemade scones were a nice touch and the Marionberry-blueberry preserves divine). Top-notch service at the front desk and restaurant. We did run into a funny glitch in making reservations for the restaurant because when we first called we were told they didn't serve dinner in June, July or August. Huh? That has to be their busiest season. By-passed that operator and went directly to Joy at the front desk who really was a delight.

Room Tip: As far away from the Main Lodge as possible because of the traffic. We were in Juniper which is way away and it was perfect.
  • Stayed: July 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed July 8, 2013

We had heard about The Oregon Garden Resort from friends and had decided to give it a try on a spur of the moment getaway. We arrived at supper time and were greeted graciously. There is a nice lounge where we had a glass of wine and had supper in their restaurant. Bartender was very nice and lounge really comfy.

The room was nicely done, quiet and clean. There are outdoor patios....small and surrounded by a tall fence and the folks behind you on the second floor can see you so not much privacy but we didn't go there to sit out there. We sat outside the lounge, the grounds are beautiful and the pool area looked nice. The room was fine except that the pillows were really big and kind of hard. Difficult to sleep with.

We had supper in their restaurant. The food was fine, nothing amazing, but good. The service however was slow and lackluster. The waiter who greeted us was a bit cranky. We had been told at the front desk that they were slow and no reservation would be needed and that was correct, there were very few people there but the waiter seemed irritated that we didn't have one and said he would have to see about getting a table made up. The next guy who came up to us showed us to a table right away however it took some time to get a waiter assigned to us. Really, really quiet in there, so quiet you were afraid to talk.

Good side...the food was good, the waiter was informative, if not talkative and their bread was really, really good. We had breakfast in the morning and it was o.k. No breakfast to order available, just buffet....standard stuff.

No area in front lobby to buy water, snacks, toiletries so be sure to bring what you want with you.

We took the tram to view the gardens before being on our way in the morning. Amazing, do it. Tickets are included with your stay. Overall, we'd do it again, it was a nice getaway. Reasonably priced, fun location, could do better with a few extras.

  • Stayed: July 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed July 6, 2013

I debated on three or four stars for this hotel. Overall, experience was nice, but it has so much more potential. The gardens are lovely and very enjoyable to walk around. The hotel is quaint. We arrived very late at night, at which time the hotel looked great. In the morning, we noticed the bathroom had quite a bit of mold, the duvet and mattress had stains, and the phone, which only worked on speaker, was covered in sticky coffee, along with the entire bedside table. The rooms are spacious, but yes, they all overlook the parking lot. As we were leaving at 11:09am, the phone rang. I ran back in to get the phone--it was the front desk notifiying me of the 11am check-out time. The Frank Lloyd Wright house is a very nice addition; however, it requires an extra $10 per person reservation. The staff at both cafes is very friendly and helpful, but the food is mediocre. We still had an enjoyable visit, but as I said, it could have been so much more.

  • Stayed: July 2013, traveled with family
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Reviewed July 4, 2013

Clean, neat with gorgeous gardens. Beds were comfy with fresh linens. Loved that you have access to the Oregon Gardens within walking distance of your room. The trolley stops at the restaurant gate so you don't have to go to the Gardens entrance to get in. The restaurant is good..not fabulous. Prices are reasonable. They also have a bar with live music and appetizers which are well done. The grounds are beautiful. Lovely getaway.

Four stars because AC is loud in room and no control of fan speed. Restaurant could be even better quality to step up to other amenities.

  • Stayed: October 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed July 4, 2013

My best friend and I dicovered this resort 4 years ago ..... If you are a gardener do not miss this place. Your room key gets you in to a beautiful garden any time of day or night. Conifers are amazing! Lovely perennial beds as well as annuals, fountains, whimsical childrens gardens..When we were not in the gardens we enjoyed delicious meals with great service and also spent time at the pool. Our room was huge and very well appointed and the staff of this hotel were friendly and polite!

  • Stayed: July 2013, traveled with friends
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