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It’s All Happening Here

Hood River is a small town 60 miles east of Portland with more to do than there will ever be time for. With the Columbia River at our doorstep and Mt. Hood in our backyard, we’re a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts. Hike or bike the city or explore nearby trails. Ski Mt. Hood in the morning, go wine or beer tasting in the afternoon, and sample farm-to-table cuisine in the evening. Anything is possible in Hood River.


Downtown Hood River

Three Rivers Grill
Directly across the street from the hotel with a wonderful outdoor dining area and Columbia River views.

Sixth Street Bistro & Pub
Only a block away. Lunch and dinner.

Bette’s Place
Family owned old fashioned cafe. Check out their huge cinnamon rolls and pies.

Boda’s Place
Gourmet delicatessen, market, and catering company.

Double Mountain Brewery
Distinctive beers and oven-fired pizza.

Full Sail Brewing Company
Sweeping Columbia River views, outside heated deck, family friendly.

KickStand Coffee and Kitchen
Creative global fare offered with craft cocktails in hip digs with an outdoor fire pit.

Sushi Okalani
Small, locally-owned sushi bar with a lively atmosphere and very fresh fish.

Morning Coffee

3 blocks away

Dog River
2 blocks away

6 blocks away

Hood River Waterfront

pFriem Family Brewers
Modern taproom featuring house made craft beers & light bites.

Solstice Wood Fired Pizza
Wood-fired pizza inspired by the Columbia Gorge and the bounty of neighboring farms.

Food Trucks
Fresh seafood from Fish People, Gelato cart, and Gorge farm raised barbecue.

Ferment Brewing Company
Tasty food and drink with outdoor seating

Camp 1805
Hip bar and speciality cocktails, distillery, and tasting room.

Stoked Coffee Roasters
A blend for every adventure ahead, however you choose to brew it.

Downtown, A Stroll Away

Grace Su’s China Gorge
Family owned and operated.

Four and Twenty Blackbirds
Food truck and gourmet catering.

Lampoei’s Thai Kitchen
Family owned and operated.

Just Across The River

Everybody’s Brewing (White Salmon)
Brew pub with locally sourced grub.

Henni’s Restaurant and Bar (White Salmon)
Chef owned restaurant and bar. Rustic elegance, delicious food.

Pixán Taqueria & Cantina (White Salmon)
The food, the music, and the vibes are great.

North Shore Cafe (White Salmon)
From scratch breakfast and lunch stop.


Tasting Rooms

Evoke Winery
Just across the street.

Stave and Stone Wines
The tasting room is 4 blocks away in downtown. The winery is set in beautiful Hood River Valley about 6 miles from town.

The Pines 1852
A family-owned and operated winery and vineyard with boutique wines.

GorgeOn Wines
Find reds, whites, and bubbles. Plus, fun events. Snag a card for 10% off at the hotel.

For Food Lovers

Farmers Market
Every Saturday 1 block away.

Hood River Fruit Loop
35 mile self guided tour of Hood River Valley’s farm stands, orchards, flower farms, and wineries.

Packer Orchards
Explore and learn about our working family farm. Enjoy sweet orchard fruits, farm fresh vegetables, and u-pick gardens. The pumpkin patch and corn maize are favorites.

Art & Culture

First Friday
The first Friday of each month, walk downtown to enjoy shops, eat ice cream, and soak in the friendly Hood River community with live music to boot, 5-8pm May through October.

Gorge Artists Open Studio Tour
Spring tour of local artists in their studios.

Hood River BIG ART Walking Tour
Through a competitive process artists are selected to display their art for 2 years in downtown and waterfront areas of Hood River.

Columbia Center for the Arts
Dedicated to bringing visual, performing, and literary arts to the Columbia Gorge. The art gallery changes displays monthly. The black box theatre holds a variety of performances. Classes are offered.

301 Gallery
A collective made of local artists

The Dalles Art Center
A changing collection of art

Regional Experiences

Columbia Gorge Discovery Center and Museum, The Dalles
About 25 minutes from the hotel, discover the internationally recognized destination for its natural Pacific Northwest beauty and cultural richness. There is a fascinating raptor program. The riverwalk is 10 miles along the banks of the Columbia River with the section by the Discovery Center with buildings from the early settlers.

Maryhill Museum, Goldendale, WA
A 45-minute drive from the hotel, this stunning 5,300 acre site sits atop the Washington bluffs above the Columbia River. Permanent collections range from works by Rodin and objects from the palaces of the Queen of Romania to artifacts from the indigenous peoples of North America. Special exhibitions and the sculpture garden change regularly.

The History Museum of Hood River County, Hood River
Just a 5-minute drive from the hotel, discover this vibrant center’s wonderful collection of Gorge history, with changing exhibits and interactive experiences with spring tea parties and fall cemetery tales reenacting the past.

Bonneville Lock & Dam Visitor Center
About 30 minutes away, experience the true engineering feat that is the Bonneville Dam. Right here on the Columbia is one of the world’s largest hydroelectric systems, which touches the Oregon and Washington borders with two powerhouses, recreation areas, interpretive centers, fish ladders, and sturgeon ponds.

Western Antique Aeroplane & Automobile Museum, Hood River
Only 10 minutes away, see an impressive collection of working antique aeroplanes, cars, motorcycles, tractors and military jeeps. The second Saturday of every month, from 10-2pm, volunteers drive and even fly these antiques.


Year Round

Mountain Biking with Hood River Mountain Bike Adventures
Fly fishing
Wineries and breweries


E-bike tour with Sol Rides (Spring-Fall)
Wildflower walks with Friends of the Columbia Gorge (Spring)
Flystyle paragliding (Summer)
Stand Up Paddle Boarding (Summer)
Windsurfing (Summer)
Cascade Kiteboarding (Summer)
Rafting with Wet Planet Rafting – White Salmon and Klickitat rivers (Summer)
Eagles nesting from Multnomah Falls to The Dalles Dam (Jan-Feb)
Ski Mt. Hood (Winter)

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