Ashland Springs Hotel

Ashland, Oregon

The hotel

Relive the charm and sophistication of the 1920s at the Ashland Springs Hotel. As one of America's registered historic hotels, you can enjoy a wealth of heritage and old-fashioned hospitality. There’s a warm welcome waiting at Larks Restaurant, and fabulous menu of locally sourced produce of course, and there’s a full range of spa services at Waterstone Spa & Salon. But be sure to get out and about too, as there’s so much to see. From the blues of Crater Lake to the greens and deep ochres of California's redwood forests, you’ll be surrounded by some of the West's most revered natural landscapes.

Amenities

  • Bar
  • Spa
  • Free Parking
  • Internet Access
  • Restaurant

Where is it

Surrounded by the forests, lakes and mountains of Rogue River Valley in the charming town of Ashland. Crater Lake National Park is around an hour and a half away. Portland is around 4 hours away.

Hotel information

70 boutique guest rooms. All with air-conditioning, TV with HBO, complimentary WiFi, telephone, bathrobes, mini-fridge (on request), hairdryer, iron and board. Queen Rooms with 1 queen-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

King Rooms with 1 king-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

Double/Double Rooms with 2 double beds, sleeping maximum 4 adults.

Queen/Queen Rooms with 2 queen-size beds, sleeping maximum 4 adults.

Parlour Suites with 1 king-size bed, seperate lounge area with sofa bed, sleeping maximum 4 adults.

Larks Restaurant (locally sourced ingredients for lunch, supper and weekend brunch). Complimentary Continental Breakfast served in separate breakfast room. Larks Bar. Afternoon tea and cookies. Waterstones Spa* (reduced rates for guests, facials, wraps, soaks and massages). Complimentary WiFi. Gift shop. Concierge service. Complimentary self-parking.

*Denotes local charge.

One person must be aged 21 years and over in each room at check-in.

The hotel is entirely non-smoking.

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Traveller rating

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Image of the Tripadvisor rating Charming an Relaxing Hotel

Jan 17, 2020 deb97524 Eagle Point, Oregon

Well I decided to get away for a few days. So I choose going to this magnificent Hotel. Iv lived in the area 40 years an felt that it was time to do so. The Hotel is very beautiful very quiet an the staff was amazing. Breakfast was very good. Afternoon tea an cookies was a nice touch. The complimentary champagne was very refreshing. Shopping… Read more
Well I decided to get away for a few days. So I choose going to this magnificent Hotel. Iv lived in the area 40 years an felt that it was time to do so. The Hotel is very beautiful very quiet an the staff was amazing. Breakfast was very good. Afternoon tea an cookies was a nice touch. The complimentary champagne was very refreshing. Shopping downtown was fun. Lots to do an see. Its a must do for all. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Elegant in downtown Ashland

Nov 5, 2019 960maryjaned Eugene, Oregon

Simple with old fashion style, this hotel takes you back in time. It is centrally located with and excellent restaurant, the Lark, on the premise. A perfect location to explore Ashland and enjoy the Shakespeare plays.
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Nov 4, 2019 carlar2 Maple Ridge, Canada

This hotel is charming and comfortable, and my corner room on the fourth floor was quite large. Its heritage status is well merited, and the fact that there was a '1920's' movie being shot in the elegant lobby when I was staying there was not surprising! Noise from the street was almost non-existent, and there were plenty of places on various… Read more
This hotel is charming and comfortable, and my corner room on the fourth floor was quite large. Its heritage status is well merited, and the fact that there was a '1920's' movie being shot in the elegant lobby when I was staying there was not surprising! Noise from the street was almost non-existent, and there were plenty of places on various floors to sit, have your coffee, and read the paper. Any room at the front has a glorious view of the Ashland Hills, and the several Oregon Shakespeare Festival theatres, as well as a large number of shops, are a five minute walk away. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating In its time a tremendous hotel

Oct 10, 2019 Melvin T Sheffield, United Kingdom

The rooms are on the small side, with a bed built for 3/4, most beds are longer than they are wide, not here. A better use of the space could be imagined. The breakfast was simple and basic and the breakfast room was small but you could spill out onto the mezzanine above the main reception. In its time this was a very elegant/grand hotel, time has… Read more
The rooms are on the small side, with a bed built for 3/4, most beds are longer than they are wide, not here. A better use of the space could be imagined. The breakfast was simple and basic and the breakfast room was small but you could spill out onto the mezzanine above the main reception. In its time this was a very elegant/grand hotel, time has moved on. Read less
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Sep 18, 2019 kapsmith Chattanooga, Tennessee

If you like modern hotels with all of the rooms just the same and standard breakfasts, this is not the place for you. QUAINT and CHARMING best describe this hotel. It has a very good dining room where we had a gourmet dinner of fresh fish. The wine selection is stellar. High tea was beautifully served. Breakfast was varied and self serve. The 4 of… Read more
If you like modern hotels with all of the rooms just the same and standard breakfasts, this is not the place for you. QUAINT and CHARMING best describe this hotel. It has a very good dining room where we had a gourmet dinner of fresh fish. The wine selection is stellar. High tea was beautifully served. Breakfast was varied and self serve. The 4 of us were a bit tight around our small glass table in our the balcony area. But, we loved our rooms. They were quite different but roomy. We enjoyed visiting in our friends’ suite. The hotel was an excellent choice for us. They cater to the theatre crowd which we were a part of. The location is perfect for wandering around town and shopping! I can’t imagine a more perfect place for us to meet our friends and enjoy time together in comfort. Read less