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Every traditional room at the resort comes with a balcony or patio, flat-screen TV and DVD player, refrigerator, microwave, and coffeemaker. Not every room includes a fireplace, so definitely ask about that when making your reservation. Nights on the Oregon coast are chilly all year long, and a gas fireplace is definitely a huge plus for any family vacation.
One nice touch in the rooms is a small sliding window above the patio doors, so you can hear the sounds of the sea at night without worrying about the safety of your family.
The resort was remodeled several years ago, so everything in the rooms still feels fresh and modern. Wi-Fi is strong throughout the resort, which should make your teens happy, but you might just find them staring out at the water instead of at their screens.
The most economical choice at the Hallmark Resort is the standard, traditional room, which can sleep two to six. Our family stayed in what's known as the "loft room," with one of the three pillow-top queen beds located in an open loft. It's almost enough to feel like you have separate rooms, and kids will love being above their parents. This set-up gave us more than enough space to spread out for a long weekend.
There are plenty of chairs inside and outside for watching sunsets or eating room service meals.
Limited Edition Rooms
The resort offers slightly upgraded rooms, labeled as "Limited Edition," that feature a little more elbow room, along with a kitchenette and gas fireplace. The key difference here is additional seating in the form of a small sofa. This will come in very handy if you plan to eat a few meals in your room. These limited edition rooms are only for a family of up to four, so not recommended for a bigger group.
Parents of teens might consider booking separate rooms to take advantage of the jetted tubs in the two-person rooms.