Not sure where to stay in Hood River, Oregon for your wedding, corporate retreat, or family reunion? You will need a lot of rooms that are of a similar quality, in a convenient place that won’t take up your entire budget. Blocks of hotel rooms can be extremely expensive, and rental sharing services can be unreliable and of a low quality. Fortunately, the vacation rental experts at Arrived Now can help you find one or several rental homes that can house up to twelve people. Our beautiful rentals in Mt. Hood, Oregon will give you a place to work, play, or even host an event or party.
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Our Homes – Where to Stay in Hood River, Oregon
Our four and five-bedroom vacation homes have comfortable beds, select furniture, and tasteful decorations. If you don’t feel like going out to a restaurant, you can order in or bond by making your own meal on the granite countertops of the fully stocked kitchen.
The living room is perfect for a meeting, a family party, or just hanging out with friends. The comfortable sofas and rocking chairs are the perfect place to curl up and watch a movie. If you’d rather have some privacy, the bedrooms also have their own televisions with full cable. Each home comes complete with high speed internet.
Many of our properties offer mountain or river views from every room and some even have their own hot tubs. Several homes offer private two-car garages.
Elegant Extras for a Special Touch
No matter what brings your travel group to town, the team at Arrived is dedicated helping you decide where to stay in Hood River Oregon that will fit to your personal taste and style. Sometimes all it takes is a little something extra to take a trip from good to exceptional. When you’re here and hoping for a luxurious escape from the everyday grind, be sure to ask about our properties that include private pools, vaulted ceilings, outdoor showers and sprawling patios perfect for enjoying the amazing views! For those groups traveling with four-legged friends, be sure to mention your animal companions to our team. We’re happy to help find you a property that’s pet-friendly as a way to make sure both you and your pets enjoy a comfortable and luxurious stay in Hood River! There’s no reason to leave the pets at home when you travel to Hood River. We believe that every member of your group deserves to enjoy the charm and excitement this destination offers up!
If you are having an event, you and your party might be pretty busy while you are in town. However, there are a few things that you shouldn’t miss while you are visiting our town.
The Pacific Crest Trail
This is the famous wilderness area that was featured in the bestselling book, “Wild,” about a woman who traveled solo down the multi-faceted terrain of this treacherous trail. You can hike to one of the nearby lakes or hike up to the river trail where you will see some truly fabulous views.
Grab an ice cream cone at the bottom of the trail and hike a short distance to an observation deck where you can view these magnificent falls. There are several different levels from which you can view the falls. You can even hike all the way to the top if you are in the mood for a little exercise.
Multi-day Water Excursions
If you have some time and a true passion for getting out on the rapids, Hood River provides an opportunity to participate in a multi-day tour of the local and surrounding waterways by booking a trip with the Northwest Rafting Company. With a focus on Oregon’s Rogue River, a trip with Northwest Rafting Company is a 4-day event perfect for adventurers of all ages. Make your way through an awe-inspiring landscape while learning the tricks and tips to making the most of life on the water. Expert guides handle the details and educate along the way while guests indulge in the stunning scenery and enjoy the company of friends and family.
Mitchell Point Trail
Hiking enthusiasts who love a steep trail that ends with an amazing view will quickly fall in love with Mitchell Point Trail. This is a challenging path that ends with sensational views of the Gorge and provides opportunities to view a vast array of wildlife and plant life along the way. A little over 2-miles in total, those who hike this trail will want to come prepared to face the noticeable changes in elevation. Additionally, certain parts of the trail are primarily made up of shale rock, requiring special attention to balance and footing. These quick adjustments require hikers to stay aware of their surroundings and well-hydrated. Carrying an extra reserve of water on the Mitchell Point Trail is highly advised.
During your search for rentals in Mt. Hood, Oregon, know that we at Arrived Now want to make sure your stay is perfect. Give us a call at 800-215-9880 and book one of our Hood River vacation house rentals.