Central Oregon Coast Hotels

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Captain Cook Inn

2626 NW U.S. Highway 101
Lincoln City
(541) 994-2522
Central Oregon Coast Place to Stay

The Captain Cook Inn offers a cozy, comfortable place to stay in Lincoln City. Guests often come to visit the beach six blocks away, to attend concerts or to shop at the city's outlet mall. The motel’s spacious rooms are dog friendly and feature circular archways and beds topped with memory foam. Each room has a front door leading to the parking lot, so guests... read more

The Captain Cook Inn offers a cozy, comfortable place to stay in Lincoln City. Guests... read more

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Chinook Winds Casino Resort

1777 NW 44th Street
Lincoln City
(888) 244-6665
Central Oregon Coast Place to Stay
Chinook Winds Golf Resort
(541) 994-8442
Logan Road RV Park
(877) 564-2678

The Chinook Winds Casino Resort is a family friendly vacation destination within a broader vacation destination. Located at Lincoln City’s north end, the Chinook Winds offers a complete casino with a non-smoking section, a major convention center with monthly headline entertainment, outdoor and indoor events (including boxing, national pool tournaments, art shows, etc.), multiple restaurants, a live DJ and dancing, oceanfront rooms, fireplace suites, a... read more

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Heceta Head Lighthouse

92072 S. U.S. Highway 101
Yachats
(866) 547-3696
Central Oregon Coast Place to Stay

Heceta Head Lighthouse, built in 1894, is a working lighthouse on the National Register of Historic Places. Visitors can enjoy a view of the Pacific and even stay the night in the Lightkeeper’s cottages. Every morning, guests are treated to a seven-course breakfast. The lighthouse perches 205 feet above the ocean, and the light from its lens reaches about 21 miles off shore. In the... read more

Heceta Head Lighthouse, built in 1894, is a working lighthouse on the National Register of... read more

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Lincoln City Value Inn

1713 NW 21st Street
Lincoln City
(541) 994-5281
Central Oregon Coast Place to Stay

Location just doesn’t mean as much if you’ve spent your whole budget on your accommodation. At the Lincoln City Value Inn guests get an at-the-beach experience without the premium pricing, so they have more ways to enjoy the shops and restaurants a walk away. The family- and pet-friendly hotel is also near local attractions including a casino resort and a community swimming pool with slides and diving... read more

Location just doesn’t mean as much if you’ve spent your whole budget on your accommodation. At... read more

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Salishan Resort

7760 U.S. Highway 101
Gleneden Beach
(541) 764-3600
Central Oregon Coast Place to Stay

Salishan Resort is known as a beautiful luxury destination in Gleneden Beach, between Siletz Bay and a lush forest in Lincoln City. Guests are welcome to stay and dine at Salishan, with its three dining spots featuring local foods and drinks. Explore the resort’s 250 acres with complimentary bikes and nature trails, or relax with a sunrise yoga practice, a massage session or a

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Salishan Resort is known as a beautiful luxury destination in Gleneden Beach, between Siletz

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Surftides Lincoln City

2945 NW Jetty Avenue
Lincoln City
(541) 994-2191
Central Oregon Coast Place to Stay
Toll Free
(800) 452-2159

Surftides Lincoln City offers oceanfront rooms with balconies, a fireside courtyard and direct beach access. Guests can enjoy an indoor heated pool, a hot tub and sauna, as well as a fitness center. This pet friendly and family friendly hotel includes a private event space for special occasions, and a seasonal shuttle to a nearby casino. With books, DVDs and music in the hotel’s library,... read more

Surftides Lincoln City offers oceanfront rooms with balconies, a fireside courtyard and direct beach access.... read more

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Three Rivers Casino Resort

5647 Oregon Route 126
Florence
(877) 374-8377
Central Oregon Coast Place to Stay

Three Rivers Casino Resort offers guests a place for entertainment, dining, gaming and staying on a 100-acre site next to Florence’s famous sand dunes. The Confederated Tribes of the Coos, Lower Umpqua, and Siuslaw Indians opened Three Rivers in 2004 as a casino, then expanded it into a hotel resort in 2007. Today most guests come to enjoy the coastal experience, and the casino becomes... read more

Three Rivers Casino Resort offers guests a place for entertainment, dining, gaming and staying on... read more