Entrada Lodge

19221 SW Century Dr, Bend, 97702-1936, OR

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  • 1 Adults
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Overview

Featuring direct access to hiking and biking trails, the Entrada Lodge Bend is a good option for families seeking out spacious guestrooms and basic amenities. The Old Mill District, Des Chutes Historical Museum, Tower Theater and Deschutes Brewery are easily accessed via vehicle from this location. Rooms featuring two queen-sized beds that are able to accommodate up to four guests are an excellent choice for families. Amenities offered by the hotel include a seasonal outdoor swimming pool, free Wi-Fi and complimentary breakfast. Guests can easily drive to a number of local and chain restaurants in the area.

Our Editor Loves

  • Seasonal swimming pool
  • Family-sized rooms
  • Onsite hiking and biking

Family Interests

  • Bicycling
  • Golf
  • Hiking
  • Horse Back Riding
  • Museum/Cultural
  • Sailing
  • Skiing
  • Water Sports

Family Amenities

  • Family Room 5+
  • Free Breakfast
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Pool
  • Refrigerator

Reviews

I am too old for this type of hotel. Even if I wasn't it was WAY OVERPRICED. Its a DUMP!

by Otazman-Ron

If you are 20 something and want a bike path\trail outside your room. Have four friends to pack in a room that they charge 150 for. The room may or may not be cleaned. Last but not least if you want a room full of swag that you might get charged for if you didn't even take anything this place is for you! AC\Heater is probably 30 years old. Furniture is from ikea cheapest you can find in the store. Headboard on the wall is literally a 20 dollar piece of plywood stained!
Room completely full of outdoor stuff you can buy. I can't imagine what would happen if you went to the pool and forgot to lock your door, someone would come in and take the 1,000 dollars of crap in the room and you would be stuck paying the bill. Note if you want a hammock to sleep in go out in the woods and use some trees and not hang it from the ceiling in a hotel room!

Nice place. Hidden away.

by Pradeep S

Stayed at this hotel during a road trip, travelling North from California, through Oregon and Washington. Nice feel to the cabin rooms and was located near the woods, so is easier to go for a wander, or a ride. Was not a fan of the merchandising in the room, as felt this was not in keeping with the general decor and surroundings of the lodge.

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