• Motel 6

    This budget hotel has gotten a makeover in McMinnville and now features modern rooms with minimalist décor. Bathrooms boast granite countertops and vessel sinks. Rooms have microwaves and refrigerators for additional convenience during long-term stays. Visitors who only need basic amenities before they are out the door for their next cycling escapade or trip to the indoor water park will find the Motel 6 offers just the right amount of comfort. Situated at the junction of several area highways, this hotel makes regional travel a cinch.

  • Red Lion Inn & Suites

    Red Lion is known for its collection of clean and optimally located hotels across the nation, and the McMinnville location is no exception. The inn and suites on the south end of town comprise 67 rooms with pillow-top beds, pet-friendly policies and updated décor. There’s a complimentary breakfast each morning, and an indoor pool and hot tub. The hotel has meeting facilities, and local caterers are allowed to bring food in. Guests who want to wine-taste their way to the Oregon Coast or visit the state Capitol in Salem can hop on the highway from the hotel.

  • Comfort Inn & Suites

    With easy access to local amenities and travel routes, Comfort Inns and Suites offers a familiar option for McMinnville lodging. The hotel is ideal for travelers, vacationers and business people alike with its numerous rooms and office machines. Guests can enjoy a free continental breakfast every morning along with a pool, fitness center and pet-friendly policy. The Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum and its water park are just minutes away, or visitors can explore countless area wineries in the nearby hills.

  • GuestHouse Vineyard Inn

    A member of the Red Lion group of hotels, the GuestHouse Vineyard Inn offers many of the amenities visitors have come to expect from that company. Free continental breakfast, an indoor pool and free Internet access are just some of the conveniences guests will enjoy during a stay in the heart of Oregon wine country. GuestHouse has 65 rooms and allows pets for a small fee. Large groups can request a discounted room rate by contacting the hotel directly. For wine-touring groups, the parking lot can accommodate buses.

  • McMenamins Hotel Oregon

    During a May weekend each year, McMenamins Hotel Oregon becomes ground zero for the UFO Festival, which commemorates an alleged sighting near McMinnville in 1950 that was made famous in Life magazine. But all the other weeks of the year are a great time to stay in this historic hotel, too. McMenamins is a Northwest brewery that buys and refurbishes old buildings to turn them into quirky pubs. Hotel Oregon features a ground-floor restaurant and rooftop bar with four floors and 42 rooms in between. It’s ideally located on the corner of 3rd and Evans.

  • McMinnville Inn

    This hotel offers a conventional hotel format with 59 guest rooms and all the expected amenities. There is complimentary breakfast each morning for guests and plenty of room in the parking lot for large tour buses and semi-trucks. Pets are welcome as well with a small additional fee. The inn is located right near Highway 99, which is a travel route to many of the area’s attractions and wineries. Group rates and a business center are other optional services at the McMinnville Inn.

  • 3rd Street Flats-Historic McMinnville Bank

    Just steps away from the Odd Fellows Lodge building, the second story of the Historic McMinnville Bank building houses the other four boutique rooms in the 3rd Street Flats collection. Intended as intimate hideaways for groups of two, these charming spaces feature works by local artists, well-appointed rooms and full kitchens. Their location above the downtown area makes these flats perfectly situated for exploring the fine dining, entertainment and winery tasting room opportunities down on 3rd Street level.

  • 3rd Street Flats-Odd Fellows Lodge

    The amazing transformation of historical buildings in downtown McMinnville has yielded a collection of elegant boutique lodging choices. There are seven flats in the Odd Fellows Lodge building, each with its own charming theme that melds beautifully with the features of the 1909 structure. The lodge flats have options for couples as well as larger groups up to six people. Choose one of these gorgeous flats, and you’ll find a delightful retreat that overlooks “Oregon’s Favorite Main Street” and discover an ideal hub from which to explore it.