Bend’s Old Mill District was once a hub for the timber industry, and luckily, much of the old attributes still exist today, giving the area a super unique feel. Right on the Deschutes River, it’s unbelievably picturesque, and the perfect backdrop for a plethora of local shops, eclectic eateries and some cool festivals that take place throughout the year. Bend is a pleasantly exciting city that sits on the cusp of unlimited outdoor adventure, so when staying near this historic district, you get a variety of experiences. These are the best hotels near the Old Mill District of Bend, Oregon.

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Springhill Suites Bend Springhill Suites Bend
Springhill Suites Bend

Springhill Suites Bend

Springhill Suites Bend is perfectly located in the Old Mill District, and sleek decor, along with a few gritty touches, defines the welcoming space. The indoor pool is a nice touch, the fitness space is fairly spacious, and the breakfast bar with hot items, cereals, juice and pastries will give you a nice boost to the day while saving a few bucks.

Hilton Garden Inn Bend Hilton Garden Inn Lobby
Hilton Garden Inn Lobby

Hilton Garden Inn Bend

Hilton Garden Inn Bend is a solid choice for those wanting something consistent and expected, but with a little rustic flair to reflect the area. Rooms are gorgeous, with some having balconies and whirlpools. While there’s a fee for breakfast, it’s deliciously cooked to order. This hotel sits right within the district.

Hampton Inn & Suites Bend Hampton Inn & Suites Bend
Hampton Inn & Suites Bend

Hampton Inn & Suites Bend

Hampton Inn Bend might not be quite as luxurious as the notoriously upscale Hilton brand establishments, however, it’s a great budget option with more perks than one might expect and impressive aesthetics. Rooms are pretty huge, and the indoor pool space is great for a quick workout or afternoon with the kids. Consistent with the brand is an expansive free breakfast bar, but being in the Old Mill District, you might want to try out some of the options there, too.

My Place Hotel My Place exterior
My Place exterior

My Place Hotel

My Place Hotel is about a mile and a half away, and is the best choice for those looking for something that is no fuss, but close to the action. Rooms are spacious, typical and well equipped. You can buy snacks for your hike at the onsite convenience store. And prices tend to hang around a comfortable $100 a night.

Oxford Hotel Bend Suite at Oxford Hotel
Suite at Oxford Hotel

Oxford Hotel Bend

Oxford Hotel Bend sits barely outside the district, and it’s absolutely striking. Rooms have that extra touch that takes them to luxurious status, and a sauna and steam room is another lavish amenity available to guests. The hotel runs on renewable energy, so you’re supporting the environment when opting to stay here. Further advocating for a healthier town, bicycles are offered in the summer, so guests can skip the car.

Bend Three Sisters Inn Exterior
Exterior

Bend Three Sisters Inn

Bend Three Sisters Inn is just under two miles from the Old Mill District, so the location is optimal and the price even better. The cozy hotel offers affordability and proximity to shopping and good food. The outdoor pool is great in the summer.

Residence Inn by Marriott Bend Pool and hot tub
Pool and hot tub

Residence Inn by Marriott Bend

Residence Inn by Marriott is a highly-rated option within the historic district, and its rooms and lobby are quite modernized with streamlined furniture and crisp decor. Since this is an extended stay option, rooms are more like apartments, supplying all the comforts from home. Relax at the elevated dining space, soak in the indoor pool or hot tub or have a drink at the bar. But of course, you are in one of the coolest districts, so take advantage of that.

Pine Ridge Inn Cozy living room
Cozy living room

Pine Ridge Inn

Barely over a mile away is the Pine Ridge Inn—a cozy hotel with living rooms and lodge-like furnishings which allow families to really stretch out. Cuddle by the fireplace with a toasty cup of coffee, gaze over the Deschutes River, or stroll nearby parks. When you check-in, the staff offers a taste of Bend via local beer and wine, and breakfast is complimentary as well, offering gluten-free granola, muffins, fruit and juices, just to name a few.

Tetherow Lodges Bend Tetherow Lodges Bend
Tetherow Lodges Bend

Tetherow Lodges Bend

In less than 10 minutes you can reach Tetherow Lodges Bend, from the Old Mill District. Featuring open, airy, naturally lit rooms with large windows for viewing the surroundings, the space is a polished haven. Some units even feature modern kitchens. Come to refine your golf skills on the 18 hole course, or to explore nearby nature. Other amenities above and beyond meet expectations, like the awesome fitness area, and the year-round heated pool.

LOGE Camps Cafe and bar at LOGE
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Cafe and bar at LOGE

LOGE Camps

LOGE Camps offers easy access to Mount Bachelor and a list of trails and bike routes while being three miles from the historic district—it’s a wonderful “in-between”. The outdoor-centric lodge has a fun vibe for adventure enthusiasts, with rooms offer all kinds of cool sleeping arrangements, from bunk beds to hammocks. Don’t worry, there’s regular beds, too. LOGE is perfect for those wanting to have hiking adventures, then a great in-town meal afterward.

Riverhouse on the Deschutes Riverside patio
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Riverside patio

Riverhouse on the Deschutes

The Riverhouse on the Deschutes is a mere three miles from the Old Mill District, making the short trek so worth it because this lodge hotel is right on the namesake river. Rooms are cozy, sometimes featuring fireplaces and jacuzzis, and an indoor and outdoor pool allows for a relaxing swim regardless of the weather. Onsite dining allows guests to enjoy a plentiful buffet or even tender prime rib, and breakfast can be ordered directly to the room. If you opt for a river-facing balcony, you’ll likely want to stay there all day.

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