Hood River Hotel

Step back in time as you enter this fully restored vintage hotel. Hood River's oldest hotel is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Offering 41 rooms and suites, each different and individually appointed with antique reproductions. Enjoy the ambiance of a small European Inn. Our lobby, with a wood-burning fireplace is the perfect place to relax after a day of adventure in the gorge.

In observance of our 105th anniversary, the Hood River Hotel created a historic photo tour. The gallery provides a close look at the origins and evolution of the hotel itself. It also takes a sideways glance at Hood River and the Columbia River Gorge as the human footprint has changed over the century.


Centennial Sundays - $100 for 2 people (any room).

Every Sunday during 2016, two people stay for just $100 in any guest room or suite. This Sunday special has become a favorite for many of our return guest. We recommend booking in advance becasue are larger suites tend to get reserved weeks or months in advance.


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Tap the heart of the gorge...

Lovingly restored, our 105-year-old hotel delivers new world amenities with old world charm. Inside and out, the pulse of Hood River begins here. Walk to five wine tasting rooms. Shop artisan jewelers, couture fashion and fine art. Savor craft beer and dining delights. Choose your toy for kiting, sailing, fishing or biking. Stroll to a river. Tour an orchard, waterfall or volcanic peak it all starts here.


Our history

In 1911, the present brick Hood River Hotel building was constructed as an addition to the original 'Mt. Hood Hotel'. By the 1920's the local fire marshal forced the demolition of the wooden portion of the building as a fire hazard. The hotel lobby had already been relocated to the brick 'Annex' to take advantage of the heavy traffic on the bustling Columbia River Scenic Highway that was completed in 1915.

By the 1970's, the hotel had deteriorated however increasing windsurfing tourism provided a new lease for the Hood River Hotel in the late 1980's.


Pasquale Barone purchased the hotel in 1988 and he and his wife, Jacquie supervised the restoration of the historic structure. The renovation restored many of the features of the original hotel; lofty ceilings, expansive windows, brass elevator and the marble faced wood burning fireplace in the lobby.


In 2000, Brian and Penny Cunninghame purchased the hotel and continue to operate it as an elegant, friendly small town inn.


“Staff was very friendly - food was delicious we will be back!” Luke

“This is the third year I have stayed here. I have had a highly positive experience every time. Thank you for the excellent service and facilities...”Jan

“We are very happy guests. Thank you for restoring and keeping this hotel available to stay. Love the old pictures...”Don



"Best Places to Stay in Pacific Northwest"


"National Register of Historic Places"