Ashland Springs Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

212 East Main Street, Ashland, Oregon, 97520, United States

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Ashland Springs Hotel
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Excellent
49%
188
Very Good
36%
138
Average
7%
27
Poor
4%
17
Terrible
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8

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    Historic Old Hotel

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    I have never stayed here, but I have been here and looked around a few times. I just figured I would provide some pictures and what information that I have to add to whatever else one can provide.

    Unique Quality: This is an historic, old hotel, very attractive, with a beautiful lobby. It is also right downtown on Main St, a short walk from shopping, eating, Shakespeare plays, and more, making it very convenient.

    Directions: Near the middle of downtown on E Main St. at 1st St.

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    High Rise High Class Hotel

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    Ashland Springs Hotel is clearly the highest building in town (once the tallest structure between San Francisco and Portland), so it's easy to find along Main Street in downtown Ashland. Originally built in 1925, it was then named the Lithia Hotel, and then later, the Mark Anthony Hotel. After the 2000 restoration, the name was changed to Ashland Springs Hotel. Placed on the National Register of Historic places in 1978, the hotel stood vacant or under restoration between 1997 and 2000. Now, the two story interior lobby and wonderful art deco style exterior is worth a visit, even if one doesn't plan to stay there. However, the website boasts many new amenities in addition to carefully restored rooms.

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    Grande Dame

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    This elegant hotel dates from 1925 and reminds me of hotels in Europe. I enjoyed staying here. I loved the ambience and historic feel to the place. The palm-framed lobby was from another, more graceful era, and instead of the usual bland paintings on the walls, there were framed, pressed plants labeled in old-fashioned handwriting.

    If you like huge, modern hotels, this might not be a good match for you. When I arrived, a couple at the front desk were complaining that their room was small. Well, duh. Yes, the rooms are smaller than, say, your average Sheraton, but the Ashland Springs Hotel was built 80 years ago, when beds and people were smaller. Put a queen- or king-sized bed in one of those rooms, and there's obviously not going to be much room to walk around. The walls are also quite thin, and you can clearly hear the shower running next door.

    I didn't mind, though. The bed was luxurious, the towels were plentiful, and I was quite comfortable. I would gladly stay there again.

    We got a good deal through Travelocity: $152 plus tax for a king-bedded room. I noted with secret amusement that the complaining couple said they were paying over $200 for their room.

    Unique Quality: The front desk staff were courteous and helpful. Nice amenities in the room -- a lavender bath sachet on the pillow instead of the usual chocolate, and hand lotion that actually smelled good.

    Directions: You can't miss it. It's the tallest building in downtown Ashland.

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    Always a Pleasure to Stay Here!

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    We have enjoyed several stays in this gorgeous Historic Hotel in downtown Ashland. The lobby is stunning and there is a Mezzanine Level where breakfast is served each morning. This area looks down to the main lobby area.

    The rooms are very well appointed and nicely decorated. There are nice bath amenities including a little bag of herbs for your bath water. The staff is very friendly and there is also a restaurant, Larks that is adjacent to the hotel for dining.

    The hotel is very centrally located and a walk to Chateaulin where we love to have dinner while visiting Ashland. It is always a pleasure to stay here for us! :)

    Unique Quality: Beautiful historic builidng, great location, nicely appointed rooms, lots of charm and warmth here.

    Directions: Downtown Ashland

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    Great cozy Inn

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    It was not under the best circumstances that I ended up staying at this lovely hotel but the hotel was a nice respite during my trip to take care of my grandmothers funeral. There were many great eating establishments within walking distance and loads of shops, cafes and the beautiful Litiha park just around the corner.

    Unique Quality: We didnt have a great view and the rooms are small but the place has a timeless feel with the warm charm of Souther Oregon. Dont miss all the natural history oddities and collections in the lobby cases.

    Directions: Downtown

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More bed and breadfast...

by Dene_Bish

More bed and breadfast accommodations than anywhere! Many are restored victorians; some are Craftesmen style; most are as nice as any I've stayed in in eight trips to Great Britain! Winchester Inn, The Woods, too many to name. The Ashland Springs Hotel is the largest building in town, dating back 60-75 years, and being totally rebuilt--super nice. Close to theater, etc.
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trip tips from SF

by margaretvn

flying into SF and then after a few days exploring the city we want to head north along the coast towards Portland - does anyone have tips for things we should not miss seeing/doing on the way? thanks

RE: trip tips from SF

by largerama

Definately go right the way up the coast to Seaside as south of there (cant remember name of place) are huge dunes that you can go walking on or even dune buggying if that floats your boat. The beach there is really rugged and unspoilt.

RE: trip tips from SF

by brotherleelove

Be sure to drive through the Avenue of the Giants south of Eureka in Humboldt County on Hwy 101.

http://www.avenueofthegiants.net/finalmap.html

RE: trip tips from SF

by omik

At SF cross the Golden Gate Bridge, hiway 101 all the way up the coast. Around every bend is a fantastic sight. See the redwoods, and the coast line is spectacular. At Astoria you can cross into Washington and continue up to Aberdeen then the Hoh Rain Forest amd Port Angeles. There you can Ferry across to Victoria BC Canada, drive part way up the Island to Nanaimo and then ferry over to Vancouver BC Canada. On return you can go Interstate 5 south to Seattle, Portland and central Oregon and Northern inland California. Enjoy o

RE: RE: trip tips from SF

by kymbanm

Cut over to Hwy 1 - it hugs the coastal cliffs and beaches ........ My loves - Gualala and Point Arena ... small coastal towns w/ flavor .......manchester beach has dunes .....

RE: RE: trip tips from SF

by Jamesr3939

Avenue of the Giants is a must. Also the town of Ferndale might be a great place to spend the night or just have lunch. Also Bodega Bay is a good stop for lunch. The Tides has good food. If you get the Hitchcock movie "The Birds" you will see the wharf at the Tides where the birds attack. Also get the movies "The Majestic" (Jim Carey) or "Outbreak" (Dustin Hoffman) and you will get a great feel for Ferndale. If your route takes you near Ashland, OR try the Ashland Springs Hotel in downtown, you can't miss it, it is the tallest building in Ashland and you can see it from I-5. It is a restored 1920's hotel and a wonderful place.

RE: RE: trip tips from SF

by margaretvn

thank you all for the tips and i am now going to look into them more.

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