Located in the Columbia River Gorge, Multnomah Falls, Oregon is one of the most popular sites in the Pacific Northwest. The short hike from the Benson Bridge to the top of the falls is well worth the climb – and that’s just the start of your PNC adventure. Check out more hiking trails and scenic spots when you stay at these hotels near Multnomah Falls, all bookable with Culture Trip.
Bridal Veil Lodge disagrees with Lisa, Rozonda and Tionne, insisting that you should, indeed, chase waterfalls. Hike to Bridal Veil Falls right from your doorstep or reach Wahkeena, Fairy, Dutchman, Wiesendanger or Multnomah Falls within minutes with a super short drive to their trailhead. When you return to your private room, your back deck and the skylights above your bed will give you unlimited forest views that you can enjoy with your feet up and your head back.
Lolo Pass insists that your cash is best spent on the many pleasures of Portland, not on high hotel rates. Their shared dorms are cheap and comfortable, giving you the chill environment you and your wallet need. An added perk even most of the big-time hotels have? A full art gallery in the lobby showcasing the brilliance of Portland’s most creative minds. You’ll find caffeine, cocktails and chatty coeds discussing the art at the coffee bar and rooftop bar.
Looking for new friends to tour Portland’s beer scene? You’ll find them in the bunk rooms at KEX, sleeping between four and sixteen. Don’t worry, it’s not a college dorm in these digs: you’ll still have access to private bathrooms and your own personal storage areas. Begin your night of fun on the roof with The Lady of the Mountain, an intimate bar with a selection of cool-climate wines before heading down to Burnside for brews and street eats.
Jupiter Hotel asks you to pick a side. If you’re looking to liven up your stay, the bar side rooms are right next to the chatty Doug Fir patio. Those who want to chill will look to the quieter side of the hotel, where murals of Spider-Man, John Lennon and Marilyn Monroe are painted on the walls. Catch your z’s without interruption then dance over to the Doug Fir Lounge for live, local music.
Are Jupiter’s basic rooms not out-of-this-world enough for you? Then watch as Jupiter NEXT’s rooms send style into the stars. These upscale rooms with sweeping city or mountain views take your overnight to the next level. Bring the afterparty from the Doug Fir Lounge into your XL Corner Suite and mix it up at your personal bar. Wake up late and nurse that hangover down at Hey Love where vegan ceviche, a breakfast BLT, and boozy slushie will get you back on your feet.
Run off into the woods surrounding Skamania Lodge, climb into a fully-furnished treehouse and leave the worries of the world below you. A small kitchenette includes a coffee maker and s’mores kit that’ll warm you up if your fluffy bathrobe doesn’t. You’ll never want to leave your roost until you realize that you’re surrounded by activity opportunities including ziplining, axe-throwing and aerial park excursions. With so much time spent in the trees, you’ll get an elevated view of how to properly retreat into nature.
Do your mind, body, and soul a favor and disconnect at Carson Hot Springs Golf & Spa Resort. Though the Elk Ridge Golf Course and 1930s bathhouse are pleasing perks, it’s the traditional practice of “taking in the waters” that’ll set your spirit at ease. The rejuvenating mineral water in the therapy pool will renew your senses while the charm of the rustic rooms will convince you to keep your phone off and enjoy a rare moment of doing absolutely nothing.
Sakura Ridge may feel a ways away from Multnomah Falls, but trust us when we say you’ll prefer it that way. This organic farm lodge tempts you to leave the hiking for another day as you rock the afternoon away gazing at Mount Hood. Sheep, lamb, chickens, and bees call the farm home and you’ll taste their contributions every morning at breakfast in one way or another. A morning glass of Hood River apple cider, made from the thousands of apple trees surrounding your room, is as crisp as Oregon’s autumn breeze.
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