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Each sleeping room offers amenities with both the corporate guest and the leisure guest in mind. Our staff is here to make your stay seamless. Ready to navigate you around Salem, we are experts at getting you around both Corban University and Willamette University. Headed to a game, or to a local winery? Please ask us for directions to wherever your destination may be. While at the hotel, take time to relax beside our indoor pool and jetted spa. And remember, each morning our hotel features a delicious, Hot Breakfast Buffet.

Amenities

· 24-hour front desk
· Accessible facilities
· Accessible parking
· Air conditioning
· Business center
· Child programs - (In Area)
· Complimentary continental breakfast
· Elevators
· Exercise gym
· Free parking
· Golf - (In Area)
· Hearing impaired services
· Housekeeping - daily
· Housekeeping - daily
· Ice machine
· Indoor pool
· Ironing board
· Laundry/Valet service
· Medical Facilities Service
· Onsite laundry
· Outdoor parking
· Pool
· Ramp access
· Spa
· Vending machines
· Wheel chair access


Room Information

Family Suite
Complimentary high speed internet in room
Accessible King Suite
Complimentary high speed internet in room
Handicap King with Roll-In Showe
Complimentary high speed internet in room
Double King
Complimentary high speed internet in room
King Non Smoking
Complimentary high speed internet in room
Queen | King Room
Complimentary high speed internet in room
Double Queen Suite
Complimentary high speed internet in room
Queen Studio
Complimentary high speed internet in room
Suite Queen
Complimentary high speed internet in room

Miscellaneous Information

· American Dollars is the native currency.
· Check in time is 4:00 PM
· Check out time is 12:00 PM
· Time Zone is GMT
· Opened in 1990
· Renovated in 01/01/2007
· 87 rooms.
· 0 suites.
· 4 floors.


Guarantee Policy

A valid Credit Card is required to confirm your reservation


Cancellation Policy

Cancel by 4:00 PM local hotel time at least 24 hours prior to arrival to avoid a 1 night(s) cancel penalty charge


Recreation Information

Childrens's program

Fine dining

Golf

Indoor pool

Miniature golf

River

Pool

Shopping

Spa

Theatre

Wine tasting

Bike trail

Museum/gallery viewing


Area Attractions

- Eugene

Get on OR-569 E from Airport Rd and OR-99 S Drive from I-5 N to Salem. Take exit 249 from I-5 N Follow Commercial St SE to your destination

- North Bend

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- Portland International

Get on I-205 S Follow I-205 S and I-5 S to Kuebler Blvd in Salem. Take exit 252 from I-5 S Continue on Kuebler Blvd to your destination

- Roberts Field

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- Mcnary Field

Continue to 25th St SE Drive along Madrona Ave SE and 12th Street Cutoff SE

- Sisters

Fun stays here year-round, with camping and fishing nearby at Suttle Lake and 800 acres of family-friendly ski terrain at Hoodoo Ski Area. In the summer, it s all about the annual Sisters Rodeo. But you don t need a season to taste all of the restaurants

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- Woodburn

Originally the home of the Calapooia Indians, Woodburn was settled as part of the Oregon Territory. An early resident founded a thriving nursery business, a tradition carried on with the Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm, a blooming wonderland of tulips and daffodi

- Lincoln City

Every year, volunteers place more than 3,000 glass floats along Lincoln City s 7.5 miles of beaches. Lucky beachcombers get to keep these small pieces of art. If you don t spot one on your beach stroll, you can blow your own glass float at the Lincoln Ci

- Oregon Zoo
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It is home to the annual Mint Harvest Festival and is the self-proclaimed "Mint Capital of the World" as well as "Frog Jumping Capital of Oregon."

- Stayton

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- Independence

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- Sublimity

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- Mount Angel

Mt. Angel is known for its annual Oktoberfest. The Mt. Angel Oktoberfest is the largest of its kind in the Pacific Northwest. Attendance grew from 39,000 in its first year, 1966, to 375,000 by the late 1980s. The Oktoberfest features beer and wine garden

- Keizer

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- Aumsville

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- Detroit

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- Beehive Station
- Best Little Roadhouse
- Big Blue Thai BBQ
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- Bush Pasture Park Rose Garden
- Deepwood Museum & Gardens
- Northern Lights Theatre Pub
- Salem Center Mall
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- Salem's Riverfront Carousel
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- Regal Willamette Town Center 11
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