Stay at Campus Inn and Suites Eugene Downtown in Oregon
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Downtown Eugene hotel near the University of Oregon, with free continental breakfast and an outdoor hot tub
Hotel at a Glance: Campus Inn and Suites Eugene Downtown
City dwellers and nature lovers alike will find something to like about this hotel’s location. It’s within walking distance of breweries and restaurants like the famed Voodoo Doughnut, and just a mile from the University of Oregon. The hotel is even closer to the scenic Willamette River: just half a mile away, walking and biking paths line the waterfront.
- Free continental breakfast starts the day with waffles, pastries, and fresh fruit.
- Best place to relax: the outdoor hot tub.
- In-room amenities include a mini-fridge and free WiFi.
- Healthy habits: The fitness center is stocked with cardio and weight-training equipment.
Eugene, Oregon: Campus Arts Scene and River Adventure
Eugene draws much of its youthful vibe from the University of Oregon, the state’s flagship institution of higher learning and the filming location for the flagship comedy of higher learning, National Lampoon’s Animal House. Founded in 1872, the campus is home to several notable cultural institutions, including the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, where you can see thrones from Beijing’s Forbidden City. The college’s Museum of Natural and Cultural History displays animal specimens, Native American artifacts, and other treasures from throughout the Pacific Northwest. The nearby Hult Center for the Performing Arts anchors the Eugene’s strong arts presence outside of campus.
The Willamette River is another major draw in town. Bikers and hikers can explore the Willamette Valley Scenic Bikeway year-round; it stretches 132 miles north of Eugene toward Portland, meandering past lush riverbanks and numerous vineyards along the way.