I'll second the previous comments about the size of the rooms (we were in #5, which does have a fine view), but ours was very clean and we didn't lack for anything basic. One caution, though - if you have an upstairs room there's no elevator and the stairs (either inside or out) are very steep. The lobby is small but nicely appointed, and that's where the breakfast is laid out in the AM. The two folks we met at the front desk (one on check in, one the next morning) were cheerful and accommodating. As other posters have noted, there are numerous excellent places to dine within easy walking distance - not true of most Hood River lodging. Overall the Oak Street Hotel is a great value and worthy of a return trip.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Oak Street Hotel is a 1909 classic beauty converted into a 9-room hotel located in historic downtown Hood River. Enjoy a cup of freshly roasted coffee as you watch a Pacific Northwest winter from the comfort of our fireside lobby seating, or take part in the various winter recreation opportunities of the gorge. During the warmer months, relax on the front porch with a glass of lavender water in hand, or start your day by enjoying breakfast in our beautifully landscaped courtyard. Our farm-to-table breakfast is served daily, created by our chef, and features local produce and farm fresh ingredients. Gorge recreation, wine tasting, local shops, and great food are all close at hand here at the Oak Street Hotel. Don't just take our word for it though - we invite you to stay and enjoy the experience. ... more less
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