By Discover Lincoln City (A News-Times Publication) Dated: September 10th, 2011
Lincoln City offers an incredibly wide selection of lodging and accommodation choices. Whether your tastes lean toward a quaint B & Bor an elegant oceanfront suite, you will find something to suit your desires and pocket book. Lincoln City has over 50 hotels and motels, 5 Bed and Breakfast properties, seven camping and RV parks and countless vacation rental properties.
Within this plethora of lodgin goptions are choices to suite your individual needs,. There are hotels and vacation rentals that are pet friendly, so you can bring your best friend with you. But if you are allergic tor adverse to some one else's "best friend", there are plenty of Pet ree establishments as well.
Oceanfront establisments such as The Coho Oceanfront Lodge, put the ocean at your fingertips.
If you are RV'ing to Lincoln City, you have your choice of several parks, some national chains, some regional operations and some locally owned and operated. Between these parks you can choose from ocean, lake or river access, depending on your location.
No matter what you drive or your lifestyle preferences, you are bound to find what you are looking for at one of Lincoln City's many lodging and RV Establishments
By Fodor's Oregon 5th Edition Dated: July 31st, 2011
Set on a romantic cliff, the renovated Coho is a perfect hybrid of family-friendly lodging and a quiet, intimate hide-away for couples. The expanded oceanfront property has 65 suites and rooms - 14 of them in a brand-new south wing, which is relegated to adults.
The Coho also has a concierge service, and is particularly adept at recommending neraby trails, restaurants, and evening fun. If you want to stay in, its lobbyhas plenty of games, and expansive DVD collection, and a complimentary Continental breakfast daily. It even offers sand pails and kites to borrow for sandy fun.
Pros: great value;family-friendly, concierge service; and shuttle to nearby casino.
1635 NW Harbor Ave., Lincoln City, OR. Phone number 541/994-3684. http://www.thecoholodge.com
By Olga Haley Star Global Tribunal Dated: July 28th, 2011
No matter how much you travel, it's always delightful to find unexpected values while on the road, such as those provided by The Coho Oceanfront Lodge (www.thecoholodge.com) in Lincoln City, Ore. And everyone will get something free to enjoy—kids, parents, grandparents and adult couples.
Travelers will first appreciate the freshly ground, free coffee and a just-baked cookie at the front desk.
But the most popular item is the free, hearty continental breakfast that goes beyond coffee, juice and rolls to include freshly made waffles, biscuits and gravy, oatmeal, fresh fruit, hard boiled eggs, pastries and muffins.
The Coho, located in the heart of Lincoln City at 1635 N.W. Harbor, also has added a second complimentary wine reception so that travelers wishing to relax after a long drive can enjoy a glass of red or white Northwest wine on both Wednesdays and Fridays. Also on Fridays, hotel guests are further pampered with chair massages.
Unlike big city hotels, The Coho Oceanfront Lodge does not charge for parking nor for wireless Internet service. Kids and adults both will enjoy free use of board games and binoculars which let guests scan the horizon of the vast Pacific Ocean. Weather permitting, adults also may request free use of gas fire pits, all the better to set a romantic mood on the Oregon Coast. Canadian visitors also will receive a free, crisp$10 American bill, subject to requirements.
In addition to the freebies, many of the hotel's packages will be well worth the extra fee. For example, an extra $49 will get you the Beach Bonfire Package that includes firewood, roasting sticks for hot dogs, graham crackers, chocolate and marshmallows for s 'mores, a beach mat and beach bag.
The Kids' Beach Package is just $25 and includes two kiddy kites, beach toys, snacks, a beach ball, beach towel, family guide with a list of local and family friendly destinations, unlimited DVD rentals and unlimited use of board games.
For more information on the hotel, rates, availability and additional packages, please visit www.thecoholodge.com or call 541-994-3684.
By Leopold Ketel & Partners Dated: May 19, 2011
The Coho Oceanfront Lodge Joins Independent Boutique Collection
LINCOLN CITY, Ore., May 19, 2011 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- In 2010, the Coho Oceanfront Lodge opened a new 14-room wing designed to pamper adult guests. At the same time the owners completely renovated an additional 51 rooms and suites to include many upgrades usually found only in luxury hotels.
This year, to further enhance the guest experience, the Coho Lodge has added a spa room where a number of relaxing and rejuvenating treatments will be offered
. "Our guests are always pleasantly surprised when they find out about our amenities and complimentary services so we thought adding spa treatments was a natural next step," said Rob Lee, director of operations. Stylish decor in the spa includes cream and black draped ceiling fabrics, a shimmering tile wall, red draperies and two "comfortably plush" treatment beds covered with luxury linens. Surround sound, incense-burning candle sconces and centralized heating/cooling maintain a pleasant atmosphere throughout the treatments.
The Coho Oceanfront Lodge is becoming so popular that the same guests are choosing to return every year. Families are also well catered for in some suites that include child friendly items such as bunk beds, themed furniture and video game systems.
The new wing of Sunset Suites are perfect for adults without children as they offer spectacular views of the ocean. Furnishings include luxury linens, Sealy Posturpedic® Plush Supreme beds, iPod dock/alarm clocks, spa robes, 32-inch HDTVs and many eco-friendly features. Corner fireplaces, wet bars, microwaves, refrigerators and French press coffee makers with complimentary, freshly ground coffee will add to guests' comfort.
Opening to amazing views of the ocean crashing on to the rocks are folding shutters next to the whirlpool bathtubs in the new suites. Views of the magnificent sunsets are available from the balconies of more than half the suites where guests can enjoy a glass of Oregon's acclaimed Pinot Noir while 62 of the 65 units boast panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean.
A long strip of sand in back of the hotel provides Coho Lodge visitors with a beach of their own. Rounding off the picture perfect scene are Adirondack chairs and a fire pit. The Coho Oceanfront Lodge is a member of Lincoln City's Sea Star travel program that encourages travel-related businesses to commit to green practices.
Leading the way in green practices, the Coho Lodge has introduced practices to limit the use of styrofoam and plastic toiletry items, uses bio-degradable toiletry bottles, provides small recycling bins in every room and uses recycled glass Lumicor panels in many of the suites.
The rates for rooms and suites at the hotel range from $119 to $329. Please visit their site at www.thecoholodge.com for any additional information or you can call toll free 1-800-848-7006.
By Nicole Vulcan, Demand Media & USA Today Dated: April 3rd, 2011
While it's more than 90 miles from Portland, the city nicknamed "Dog Town USA" in 2006, Lincoln City, Oregon, also rolls out the red carpet for its guests with furry family members. The beachside town offers a handful of pet-friendly hotels, making it easy to plan a vacation that includes the whole family.
The Coho Oceanfront Lodge Among the more upscale lodgings is the The Coho Oceanfront Lodge, a modern boutique hotel in the center of all the action of Lincoln City. The hotel features oceanfront rooms and suites, and reserves a few rooms for guests with pets weighing less than 25 lbs. With features including low-flow water fixtures and bamboo blend towels, the hotel also strives to be a "green" hotel.
By Gerry Frank, Oregonian Dated: June 18th, 2010
One of the most comfortable and convenient coastal lodgings is The Coho Oceanfront Lodge (1635 N.W. Harbor, Lincoln City; 800-848-7006; thecoholodge.com). It has a brand-new wing featuring spacious rooms and decks overlooking the Pacific, in-room flat-screen TVs and DVDs, a pool, sauna, Jacuzzi, massage service, continental breakfast and more.
Taking the cue from the hard-working owner, Rob Lee, Coho staff members go out of their way to make guests feel wanted. Hotel manager Linda Toler is a charming hostess and even drove into town to retrieve a morning paper (yes, The Oregonian) when the newspaper stand was empty.
The place is spotlessly clean, the beds are luxurious and the rates beginning at $89 are reasonable.
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Just a two-hour drive through Oregon's famed wine country, Lincoln City, Ore., is a captivating destination for families and lovers who want to share some time laughing on the beach, poking their fingers in tide pools and trying to harness wind-bucking kites.
Upon arrival, there's no need to settle for a weather-beaten cabin with a fierce draft and a sandy floor – although there's plenty of those. I checked in to the newly renovated Coho Oceanfront Lodge, a perfect hybrid of family-friendly lodging and a quiet, intimate hideaway for couples set on a romantic cliff.
The Coho's recent multimillion-dollar construction and renovation project expanded the oceanfront property to 65 suites and rooms – 14 of them in a brand new south wing, which is relegated to adults. The latter features whirlpool bathtubs with shutters that open to reveal views of the surf. Other amenities include gas fireplaces, luxury linens, plush beds, spa robes, 32-inch HDTVs and, for those who can't quite get all the way away: Wi-Fi throughout the property.
Its other sections offer spacious, family vacation rooms, including pet-friendly rooms on the first floor. Some suites in the two renovated buildings have wood bunk beds, electronic game stations and child-size red furniture, while parents have their own, adjacent rooms. Some rooms have dishes and appliances for dining in, and binoculars in all the rooms for spying on gulls.
The Coho Oceanfront Lodge (formerly the Coho Inn) unveiled completion of a multimillion-dollar guestrooms renovation.
Coho Oceanfront Lodge, Press Release – May 15, 2009Lincoln City, Ore. (May 15, 2009) - The Coho Oceanfront Lodge (formerly the Coho Inn) unveiled completion of a multimillion-dollar guestrooms renovation. "With the renovation and repositioning, it is today a newly transformed oceanfront lodge offering the warm comforts of a home away from home, and the understated luxuries of a distinguished boutique hotel," says Rob Lee, the director of operations at The Coho Oceanfront Lodge.