14 June, 2024, 13:27

Explore the Recently Renovated Riverhouse on the Deschutes

Along the banks of the scenic Deschutes River in Bend, Oregon lies Riverhouse on the Deschutes. Celebrating its 50th anniversary, this newly renovated hotel is a Pacific Northwest oasis, offering inviting lodging, fine dining and abundant amenities. Best of all? The hotel is conveniently located just steps away from Central Oregon’s greatest outdoor adventures.

Riverside Accommodations

A variety of accommodations are available at Riverhouse, including one-bedroom suites ideal for the solo business traveler, bunk rooms perfect for families and friends and romantic river-view rooms with a cozy fireplace for couples. For those traveling with their furry friend, Riverhouse offers a number of pet-friendly rooms and will greet your pet with a complimentary treat at check-in. No matter what room guests choose, they can enjoy a private patio or balcony and the relaxing sights and sounds of the river.

Rejuvenating Amenities

Riverhouse’s indoor and outdoor heated pools as well as the CURRENTS lounge provide guests with an opportunity to relax during their stay. Meanwhile, River’s Edge Golf Course offers some of the most challenging golf in Central Oregon.

The onsite CURRENTS restaurant invites guests to experience the bounty of the Pacific Northwest and enjoy fresh, locally-sourced ingredients. The newly reimagined restaurant features an open layout complete with a fireplace and riverfront views. The outdoor seating is also perfect for dining alfresco as the cool evening air settles in and the sun sets over the Deschutes.

Nearby Attractions

Although Riverhouse is a destination in and of itself, guests won’t want to miss the chance to explore all the nearby region has to offer.

For outdoor adventurers, Tumalo Falls is a must-see. The nearly 100-foot waterfall cascades over ancient lava rock before plunging into Tumalo Creek. For foodies and beverage connoisseurs, a trek along the Bend Ale Trail is in order. Lastly, culture-seekers will enjoy a trip to the Old Mill District which boasts the region’s finest shopping, dining and entertainment.

With its impressive 50-year legacy, Riverhouse isn’t just a place to stay—it’s an opportunity for travelers to immerse themselves in the natural beauty, rich culture and endless adventures that define Bend and the Pacific Northwest.

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