Ashland Springs Hotel

Ashland, Oregon

Virgin rating

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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Image of the Tripadvisor rating Super location, friendly staff, gorgeous views

Jun 19, 2022 515laney Novato, California

This is a very charming historic hotel with a gorgeous lobby with comfortable furnishings, vitrines with nature specimens and informative books to scroll through. Lots of photos of early-day Ashland. We had a corner room on the 7th floor overlooking downtown and the eastern hills. The room is on the small side but set up perfectly with two… Read more
This is a very charming historic hotel with a gorgeous lobby with comfortable furnishings, vitrines with nature specimens and informative books to scroll through. Lots of photos of early-day Ashland. We had a corner room on the 7th floor overlooking downtown and the eastern hills. The room is on the small side but set up perfectly with two upholstered chairs, an art deco style TV cabinet housing the small fridge, and a cute retro bathroom It is within walking distance of the theaters, great restaurants, and Lithia Park. There is a complimentary breakfast buffet served on the second floor and a fine dining restaurant off of the lobby. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Nice Place to Stay

Jun 7, 2022 BoulderNut Sonoma, California

Nice older hotel in great location for food and Shakespeare activities. Our room was small on this visit but corner location provided lots of light. Breakfast was OK. Great Staff and facilities well cared for. Liked EV charging too. Park you car in lot behind as you can walk everywhere, including park.
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Grand old hotel showing some minor effects of the pandemic

May 21, 2022 JONATHANF549 LAKE OSWEGO

We have stayed at the Ashland Springs Hotel several times in the past, mainly because of its convenient location relative to the Oregon Shakespeare Festival's venues, comfortable rooms, excellent breakfast, and nice staff. It always has felt like a treat to be there. We have been coming to Ashland to see OSF plays since the 1980s, so we are… Read more
We have stayed at the Ashland Springs Hotel several times in the past, mainly because of its convenient location relative to the Oregon Shakespeare Festival's venues, comfortable rooms, excellent breakfast, and nice staff. It always has felt like a treat to be there. We have been coming to Ashland to see OSF plays since the 1980s, so we are obviously big fans of the place. The pandemic was devastating to the local economy, as has been smoke from the increasingly severe summer wildfires in the Pacific Northwest. This weekend's visit (associated with a non-profit board meeting held at the hotel) was my first time in Ashland since 2019. So I'm hesitant to say anything disparaging about the town or the hotel. However, it's clear that both are still struggling to recover. Walking down Main Street, many of our favorite shops have closed. Panhandlers are more obvious. Our hotel room was fine, the breakfast was good, the staff tried to be helpful, the meeting functioned fine, and dinner at Lark's Restaurant was as upscale as I remembered. Little things were not up to par. The in-room WiFi didn't work, and when I asked about it, I was told to try moving to the mezzanine area or lobby because "the building is old and sometimes the WiFi isn't reliable." This was rather inconvenient. (I'd stayed in this same room pre-pandemic and had no problem with WiFi). The membership that the hotel has with a local fitness place five blocks away requires taking a key card, which didn't work. One of the plays I (and many people staying at the hotel) had tickets for was canceled, apparently due to COVID. We asked the front desk to see what they could discover about the cause of the cancellation, and after saying they would, they told us they couldn't find anything out. None of these are reasons not to stay at the Ashland Springs Hotel, and we will definitely be back here in the future, but the overall impression one gets is that the recovery is still a work in progress. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Unique beautiful property

May 11, 2022 PattyPhiladelphia Philadelphia, PA

A beautiful charming hotel in the heart of Ashland’s shoppes and theaters- this historic hotel was a treat. We were on the top floor and had great views and a spacious room with a full couch and two upholstered chairs. Two queen sized beds with one side of each a few inches from the wall (bad) and mattresses that could stand to be turned or… Read more
A beautiful charming hotel in the heart of Ashland’s shoppes and theaters- this historic hotel was a treat. We were on the top floor and had great views and a spacious room with a full couch and two upholstered chairs. Two queen sized beds with one side of each a few inches from the wall (bad) and mattresses that could stand to be turned or replaced to be honest. Great selection of pillows and extra blankets provided. The free breakfast was decent, with good coffee. No meat to go with eggs though. Nice coffee cake. Lots of places to sit. Decent free parking. Really you can park and never need your car, as Ashland has lots of one of a kind shops and great restaurants. We have family in the area and will return. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Cramped rooms

May 7, 2022 Veggies_12 Eugene, Oregon

Very small rooms, we would not recommend them for more than one person, unless you get the larger rooms that are apparently available. The room we booked was advertised as city view but it faced a parking lot and mechanical equipment and had frosted glass. They did move us to a room with limited city view. There was no ice available and the… Read more
Very small rooms, we would not recommend them for more than one person, unless you get the larger rooms that are apparently available. The room we booked was advertised as city view but it faced a parking lot and mechanical equipment and had frosted glass. They did move us to a room with limited city view. There was no ice available and the staff did not even know the location of the ice machines (which were broken). It does have some historical interest and the breakfast was top notch. The location is ideal. Just be aware of the room size and don't expect a modern place. They advertise that you have access to a sauna but it has been closed for two years due to covid! That was the only reason we picked it over a more modern place just down the street. A bit deceptive, they have had plenty of time to modfy their advertising. Read less