Budget hotel with an up-to-date feel and some nice extras
Within 10-minute walk of grocery stores, numerous eateries, and shops
Modest, contemporary rooms with microwaves, coffeemakers, and mini-fridges
Outdoor pool and hot tub surrounded by loungers
Free breakfast buffet with hot options like waffles
Pet-friendly for a fee
Wi-Fi is free throughout the hotel
No on-site restaurant, bar, or gym
Far from airports, especial international hubs
Center of town is not within walking distance
The 59-room Sleep Inn in Bend, Oregon is a value chain hotel located a 13-minute drive from the center of town and parks along the Deschutes River. Rooms are contemporary and have good amenities for the price, including microwaves, coffeemakers, and mini-fridges. There’s little to do on-site, but the outdoor pool and hot tub are pleasant, and the free breakfast is convenient. Compare rates and amenities with the similarly priced Three Sisters Inn and Suites, which is closer to the center of town but has less stylish decor.
Chain hotel with a contemporary feel and some unexpected amenities in a residential area
Guests are greeted by a warm, inviting lobby with high ceilings that creates an open feel. The room is done in shades of brown, with a large nature mural on one wall and black accents adding a stylish touch. The tile floor feels utilitarian, but there’s a nice sitting area with comfy armchairs and a sofa, plus free coffee and water are on offer. The grounds are modest, but well-kept. A path around the building is surrounded by trim lawns and shrubbery, and is shaded under trees. A few benches offer a pretty spot to sit. Decent amenities, including an outdoor pool, for the affordable price makes this an attractive option for leisure travelers to Bend -- couples and families alike.
In a quiet residential area near chain shops and restaurants
This hotel is on a quiet road in a residential area, just off Highway 20 on the eastern side of Bend, Oregon. It is close -- within a 10-minute walk -- to shopping centers housing lots of chain stores, fast food options, a few restaurants, and grocery stores. There’s little to do in the immediate vicinity, but the highway makes other areas of town easy to access. There is a public bus stop a three-minute walk from the hotel.
From the hotel, it is a 10-minute drive to the top of Pilot Butte, where there’s a fantastic 360-degree view, or guests may park at the bottom and hike one of the trails to the summit. It’s a 13-minute drive to the center of town, as well as several parks along the Deschutes River with walking paths, fishing, and open spaces. The High Desert Museum is a fun place for kids to learn about the area, located a 17-minute drive away. It is a 23-minute drive to the Lava River Cave, a lava tube visitors can explore. The slopes at Mt. Bachelor are a 15-minute drive from the hotel. Redmond Municipal Airport is a 30-minute drive from the hotel, and Portland International Airport is over a three-hour drive away.
Simple but contemporary decor, mini-fridges, and coffeemakers
Rooms are simple, but outfitted in contemporary decor with a welcoming feel. Warm, neutral colors are appealing and have classic black and white accents. Ivory walls are offset by dark-wood furniture -- a wardrobe and a work desk -- and black frames around several nature photographs decorate the walls. The two queen-size beds, or single king bed, have a brown coverlet and black-and-white runner with a leafy pattern. All rooms are nicely equipped with a flat-screen TV, mini-fridge, microwave, coffeemaker, and iron, but there’s no safe. Bathrooms are tiny, with just a toilet and a shower with a glass door, and the vanity is outside the bathroom. A hairdryers is provided and free toiletries include soap, shampoo, lotion, and makeup remover wipes.
Outdoor pool and hot tub, plus freebies like breakfast, Wi-Fi, and parking
This hotel is light on features, but it has a few nice extras that make it a good value for the money. Outside is a small pool and hot tub on a concrete patio at the back of the property. Though the space is simple, it is a pleasant spot surrounded by grass and a few trees, and there are plenty of white plastic lounge chairs.
The free breakfast is served in a modest room off the lobby. Guests find the continental spread satisfactory, plus there are hot items like waffles and sausage. This is a pet-friendly hotel for a fee. Free Wi-Fi and daily newspaper make an appealing package, plus on-site parking is free.