Categories: Recreation

Inn at the 5th

Inn at the 5th is a very special boutique hotel in Eugene Oregon, offering luxurious, spacious, and inviting guest rooms, personalized amenities and a variety of business-friendly features. It is as multifaceted as the surrounding city, featuring artistic, contemporary design and friendly service with a personal touch.

Book through 1859 Explore and experience this ideal leisure and business travel destination, which includes a relaxing spa, a five-star eatery and Eugene’s historical festival marketplace: The 5th Street Market, housing the area’s finest shops, restaurants, cafes and services.

The University of Oregon lies in its backyard, which hosts an array of athletic and artistic activities year-round. Eugene and its surrounding area provide plenty of opportunities to explore; whether it’s the city’s vast amount of running trials, an array of Willamette Valley wineries or a short trip to the majestic Oregon Coast.

Business travel to the South Willamette Valley is made simple at this downtown Eugene hotel, which is equipped with complimentary high-speed Internet service and a business center on each floor. Inn at the 5th’s spacious rooms, spa and fitness center provide rest and relaxation for the road-weary, and its meeting rooms and event space offer more than 2,000 total square feet of flexible function space for business meetings, large conferences or celebrations. Enjoy an ideal escape to Eugene at the Inn at the 5th.

  • Air Conditioning
  • Bar
  • Breakfast Room
  • Business Center
  • Coffee Maker in Room
  • Flat Panel TV
  • MP3 Player in Room
  • Wifi
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