My fiance and I stayed 2 nights on a mini vacation in Lincoln City. We were very excited about the option for a room with a fireplace and really wanted somewhere with a hot tub and breakfast onsite. The breakfast is a simple continental with make your own waffles as well as eggs and sausage. This was perfect for us to just have a quick bite that we didn't have to seek out or get completely ready to go find (this is big for us because I am an early riser and my fiance is not and I am hungry before he is ready to go anywhere). The hot tub was nice as was the pool. Everything is simple, no extravagance here, but that is exactly what we wanted. Very close to the Casino and beginning of Lincoln City, but is tucked back just far enough on Logan Road that it's quiet and you can see the ocean from between trees/buildings from some rooms.
Situated by the ocean, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Lincoln City Chamber of Commerce, Chinook Winds Casino, and …More
It was not pleasant to wake up in the morning and smell cigarette stench in the hallway. I have stayed here several times at this was the first experience. The clerk stated that this was a nonsmoking facility and sincerely apologized. She also called someone to investigate.
I do hope they found out who it was.
Located in the heart of Lincoln City, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Connie Hansen Garden and Lincoln City Chamber …More
We've stayed here before, just my husband and I, then we took our boys this last time. There was plenty of room for us all and the amenities in the room were perfect for a family who needs a place for snacks and other meals. We all enjoyed the clean pool area and access to the beach. The kids were fascinated by the whole thing.
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Nestled on the beach, this Lincoln City hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Lincoln City Cultural Center and Putt N Bat …More
Lincoln City sits with the Pacific Ocean to the west and the southern tip of Devils Lake to the north. Since 1999, Lincoln City has buried colorful, hand-crafted glass globes on a stretch of public beach, and beachcombers are encouraged to search for--and keep--the buried treasure. Visitors can pass rainy days at the Chinook Winds Casino Golf Resort's 12,000-square-foot indoor driving range.