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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Image of the Tripadvisor rating Best above all Hotels!

Sep 23, 2020 KD_Mat

Great service and wonderful staff from the beginning to the end of our trip. I will and always stay in this Hotel when I visit my 2 children in school with SOU. Beautiful Hotel and historic...and isright next to the Shakespeare Theatre and amazing restaurants and shops. Wonderful kind and great people who take amazing care of their guests. I… Read more
Great service and wonderful staff from the beginning to the end of our trip. I will and always stay in this Hotel when I visit my 2 children in school with SOU. Beautiful Hotel and historic...and isright next to the Shakespeare Theatre and amazing restaurants and shops. Wonderful kind and great people who take amazing care of their guests. I absolutely Loved all of the employees from the wonderful front desk staff to the service staff Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Exceptional time at this historic beauty!

Jul 27, 2020 J5669EDdawnl

My daughter gave me a two night stay as my Retirement gift. The staff, the rooms, the Restaurant Larks were all superb. The location was perfect for all the lovely Wineries nearby. I didn't want our time to end. Asked for a room with a view and it was perfect watching the sunrise every morning! Can't wait to go again!
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Comfortable and Quiet Luxury

Jul 24, 2020 Larry R Albany, Oregon

Booked a stay here as an add-on to our trip to Redwoods National and State Park in N. California. When we got to the room, it was different than what we thought we were getting, based on the photo of the room at booking.com. The desk clerk was quite nice and moved us to the room matching the photo, which had a sofa and was bigger. The bed was… Read more
Booked a stay here as an add-on to our trip to Redwoods National and State Park in N. California. When we got to the room, it was different than what we thought we were getting, based on the photo of the room at booking.com. The desk clerk was quite nice and moved us to the room matching the photo, which had a sofa and was bigger. The bed was very comfortable and the A/C kept the room cool in the 90-degree heat. Would definitely stay again. The only negative was the "continental" breakfast, which consisted of 2 tiny muffins, since we are vegan and couldn't eat the slab of "souffle" that was the other offering. Best thing was the coffee! We went elsewhere for an actual breakfast, though... Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Most traumatic check-in experience ever

Jul 11, 2020 savvytraveler1298 Long Beach, California

I just had probably the worst check-in experiences of my life at this hotel (Ashland Springs.) I couldn’t tell much about the staff member, i.e. name or even much of what they even said (voice was too muffled by a very thick mask.) I was treated as if I had a gun, alarmingly told to stay 6 ft away from the check-in counter and the staff member… Read more
I just had probably the worst check-in experiences of my life at this hotel (Ashland Springs.) I couldn’t tell much about the staff member, i.e. name or even much of what they even said (voice was too muffled by a very thick mask.) I was treated as if I had a gun, alarmingly told to stay 6 ft away from the check-in counter and the staff member backed all the way to the wall before I was given permission to place my id on the counter. I could understand very little of what this staff member said except that everything was said with panic and terror, like I was going to cause this person tremendous harm. That is not how one wishes to be greeted at a hotel after a very long journey. It was quite confusing to feel like I was being yelled at in a voice so muffled I could not even tell what the staff member was asking me to do. My phoned-in request to pay for a larger room on a different floor was not honored either. Either the hotel has a tremendous need for hospitably training or needs to consider closing completely if COVID scares you all so much that you completely sacrifice hospitality for “safety.” I am not sure how the measures I saw keep anyone safe. Additionally, for all the old charm of the building, the rooms are incredibly dated and tattered. It's time for a refresh. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Charm and location

Jul 10, 2020 Wendy H Richmond, Canada

I love this hotel. Charming style, best location in town, pet friendly and reasonable cost. Fabulous shower and bed in my petite queen room. Highly recommend and will definitely stay here again. I’ve stayed in many Ashland hotels over the years and this is my fave.