IN REDMOND OREGON
FIND ALL LODGING IN REDMOND, OREGON
After a big day of play, we all need our rest. Some of us like to put our feet up in hip spots or luxurious escapes. Some of us just need the basics, but fur-friendly. Others need to get off-grid a bit with just a few hook-ups and a whole lot of stars. Find all of Redmond’s lodging options — hotels, motels, resorts, downtown vacation rentals, and even our favorite camping spots.
LUXURY RESORTS NEAR REDMOND
Resorts can make a vacation pretty awesome when they’ve got what we’ve got: pools, spas, golf, dining, and shopping all wrapped up in Central Oregon’s splendor. (And take note, some of the courses are open to the public.) Our comradery shines in a vacation rental. You enjoy the convenience, and we’ll serve up the hospitality in a style that suits you and yours. There are cozy cottages and downtown townhomes. We love a big chalet when families and friends are getting together.
HOTELS & MOTELS IN REDMOND
We’ve got a mix of hotels. There are budget-friendly, breakfast-friendly chains all over town, including near the Redmond Airport. We are dog people too, so you’ll find several pet-friendly options. Our history is in the walls of the SCP Redmond Hotel. Located downtown and originally built in 1928, the hotel received some thoughtful renovations in 2019, transforming it into a sleek destination with a focus on sustainability.
VACATION RENTALS IN REDMOND
Seek out a mix of Redmond vacation rentals within walking distance to downtown’s shopping and restaurants, or escape to a rural respite near Smith Rock State Park. If you prefer vacationing in a resort setting, rent a riverfront condo at Eagle Crest Resort.
CAMPING & RV PARKS IN REDMOND
Camping and RVing is in our DNA, so you know there are a lot of great options. Our RV parks welcome daily and monthly visitors. In addition to friendly neighbors, you’re likely to have a knockout view of the Cascade mountain range. We’ve got private and state-run camping options. Our thick fields of juniper make an awesome backdrop for a campfire. A yurt near a fresh mountain stream is also not a bad way to get acquainted with Central Oregon.