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A charming wine country getaway in the captivating town of McMinnville.

Masks are required indoors, except while eating and drinking.

Cellar Bar Back Open
Friday & Saturday Nights 6-11pm

Bike Friendly Pet Friendly Wi-Fi

Upcoming Events

Underground Open Mic with Freddie Lamb
Thursday, December 09
Lane Norberg
Friday, December 10
Chance Hayden
Saturday, December 11
Underground Open Mic with Freddie Lamb
Thursday, December 16

About Hotel Oregon

Walking guide

On McMinnville's main street, Hotel Oregon strikes an inviting pose - as it has since 1905. Once home to a restaurant and lounge, banquet hall, Greyhound bus depot, Western Union, soda fountain and beauty parlor, the handsome four-story building we call Hotel Oregon offers an enjoyable overnight stay in Oregon's Willamette Valley, a premier wine region.

You're welcomed into the ever-popular Pub on the main floor, and can work your way up to the Rooftop Bar for a breathtaking 360-degree look at the region. Catch a free, live music show in the Cellar Bar or Mattie's Room. Artwork, photographs and architectural wall hangings inspire thoughts of the past as you pop into the bistro-style Cellar Bar. 

Hotel Oregon has 42 guestrooms; the hotel's innermost rooms afford a view of the courtyard while the outer rooms look out over McMinnville's often bustling main street. Tasting rooms are within walking distance, and more than 200 wineries are in the vicinity, allowing you the chance to pucker up for the perfect Oregon Pinot. 

Today, as before, Hotel Oregon is the place to come for an overnight stay near the vineyards, a stopover on the way to the coast, or hosting a wedding

Hotel Oregon allows pets at our sidewalk pub seating only, and in select hotel rooms for a $20 fee; please call for availability.

Hotel Oregon Guestrooms

Check-in is at 3 pm; check-out is at 11 am

Sunrise Package includes $30 breakfast credit (weekends only)

We are now offering a limited number of pet-friendly rooms.

Hotel Oregon Lodging Packages

Check-in is at 3 p.m.; check-out is at 11 a.m.
Same day reservations must be made by calling the hotel.

McMenamins Frequent Guest Program

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Stay at our historic hotels and earn free nights! You can accrue as many points for reward nights as you are able - there are no limits!

Please note: We are unable to issue points for reservations made through Expedia and For best results, book directly through or by calling our hotels. Limit one room per guest per night.

How does it work?

  • First, create or update your profile in our online reservations system and follow the prompts to join the Frequent Guest Program; you'll receive monthly email reminders about the program.
  • Stay with us! Points are automatically rewarded 72 hours after check out - you'll receive 100 points per night in rooms with a common bath, 150 points per night in rooms with a private bath and 50 points per night in Hostel rooms. Your accrued points can be viewed at any time in your online profile. Please note: points accrued during your stay are not available for immediate redemption.
  • When you've accrued 900 points or more, availability search results on our online system will include a "900 point" rate for rooms (based on availability). Choose this rate to redeem your points. Add-ons, like our Romance Packages will still be available at regular prices.
  • You may also book redemption nights by phone or in person for future stays.


  • This offer is for individual bookings only; the offer does not apply to contracted groups or conferences.
  • All of your qualifying nights must be booked under the same guest profile for points to accrue correctly.
  • Only 1 room per night is accruable.
  • You must be a member of the Frequent Guest Program to accrue points and redeem your complimentary stays.
  • Qualifying nights begin the day you sign up!
  • The free room is based on a standard king or queen-size room. The Grand Suite at Grand Lodge, Family Suite and Parrish House at Old St. Francis, and Family Rooms at Edgefield are not available for redemption.
  • Based on availability; blackout dates may apply. No credit for "no-shows."
  • Reward nights and free or sponsored promotional stays are excluded from earning points in the program.
  • After 5 years of inactivity, your profile points and any reward nights are lost.
  • No credit for "no-shows” or cancellations within cancellation policy.

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Please note: All rules are subject to change.

Lodging Policies


  • Room and package rates are the same for single or double occupancy. Add $15 per person after double occupancy. Children age six and under stay free.
  • A credit card for authorization purposes and ID are required at check-in.
  • Debit cards are accepted, however McMenamins is not responsible for overdrafts caused by holds on your account.
  • Add state and county lodging tax to all room rates and overnight package.
  • Cancellations made less than 48 hours before arrival time are subject to penalty.
  • All overnight packages are subject to availability and are excluded from major holidays.
  • For ADA rooms, please contact the hotel directly.
  • Add $20 per pet, per day. Please read our Pet Policy page.
  • Rates are subject to change.
  • Stay with us often? Join our Frequent Guest Program and earn a night on us!

McMinnville Wineries, Shopping, and more!

With plenty of bars and cozy armchairs, you may never want to leave Hotel Oregon, but should you venture out, you’ll find wineries, shops and museums in and around charming McMinnville. Explore and be merry!


  • Welcome to a premier wine-growing region! Perhaps best known for its Pinot Noirs, the Willamette Valley, in which McMinnville lies, produces an extraordinary range of grapes and wines at more than 200 wineries

  • In town, join in the Art & Wine Walk every third Saturday of the month to sample the wares from the surrounding vineyards. Enjoy original art from local McMinnville artists while sampling wines from regional and McMinnville wineries.


  • Step right outside the door of Hotel Oregon to stroll Third Street, which features boutiques, shops, bookstores, restaurants and more.

  • From May through October, there is a local Farmers Market every Thursday, where you can peruse vegetables, fruit, wine and more.



  • Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum houses Howard Hughes' immense "Spruce Goose" flying boat, an SR-71 Blackbird spy plane and much more, and many elements are hands-on.

  • Evergreen Wings & Waves Waterpark includes 10 waterslides (ranging from slides for the little ones to looming slides for daredevils), a wave pool and a children's museum dedicated to teaching about the power of water. 



  • Pedal through wine country for a close-up of this beautiful region of Oregon. No designated driver required! (But please, do ride safely.) Select your route from the interactive map.

  • Bike gear and services are available at Tommy’s Bike Shop in McMinnville.

Outdoor Recreation

Oregon Coast Daytrip

All in all, you're sure to find fun in McMinnville. Wineries, antiques, and the waterpark await.

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Artwork plays an important role in the character of McMenamins locations throughout Oregon and Washington. We believe art makes life richer and more enjoyable. So, you'll often find paintings covering our walls, ceilings doors, overhead pipes, and equipment – works as diverse and entertaining as our places for family and friends. Many artists have contributed to this vast variety of delightful eye candy. Jump in and enjoy some now!

  • Earl Curtis, Musician

    Earl Curtis, Musician
  • The Gemini Twins

    The Gemini Twins
  • The Flying Wine Bottles

    The Flying Wine Bottles
  • Welcome Visitors

    Welcome Visitors
  • Children of the Mack

    Children of the Mack


A hundred years of comfort

On McMinnville's charming, old main street, Hotel Oregon strikes an inviting pose – as it has since 1905. With more than a century of history under its belt, the Hotel has plenty of stories to tell. The building has welcomed many thousands at various times during its rich history to enjoy its restaurant, lounge, dance spot, bus depot, Western Union office, beauty parlor, soda fountain, and lodging rooms.

McMenamins has created a living history, by naming the lodging rooms after the colorful and worthy cast of characters who shaped this exceptional place.

The 1950's were a particularly "musical" time for the hotel, as reflected in a couple of the rooms you may book today. Room 306 pays respect to Heck Harper, whose country-and-western band played the Hotel's lounge several times during that decade. Meanwhile, the room we call "Wayne the Singing Chef," room 401, is dubbed so after the Hotel Oregon's kitchen wizard, who would often remove his apron to pick up the microphone to entertain in the lounge.

For those who like to go back even further in history, one room is named after the Amazing Louis la Bonte, a French-Canadian fur trapper who settled near McMinnville in 1830.

As you enjoy the many period appointments and fixtures at the hotel, as well as the historic photographs that grace the walls, you'll see why, for a century, the hotel has been considered a particularly warm and comfortable place to get away – and relax!

McMenamins UFO Fest

In a cloud of alien dust, UFO Fest 2021 has departed.

See you next year, May 13 & 14, 2022, for our 22nd annual festival!

Plans are in the works. Hotel Oregon is now taking hotel reservations for UFO Fest 2022 by phone. More info here
Vendor information is handled by our partner, McMinnville Downtown Association. Applications will be available in February.

Every year, thousands of visitors flock to McMinnville, a quiet Willamette Valley town located an hour southwest of Portland, to attend the famous three-day McMenamins UFO Festival. Second in popularity only to the UFO festival in Roswell, New Mexico, Oregon’s annual celebration features a UFO parade, expert speakers, live (free!) music indoors and out, a 5K run, a pet costume contest, events with the featured speakers, a ‘landing party’ with vendor booths and more.

Founded in 1999, this UFO Festival began at the historic McMenamins Hotel Oregon property as a way to honor the famous 1950 Trent sighting in the area, and has evolved into an epic celebration of all things extraterrestrial.

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