The Peerless Hotel in Ashland, oregon, has a storied history - originally built in 1900, it was known then as the Peerless Rooms. It has now been lovingly restored, and is on the National Register of Historic Places, as well as being featured in the bestselling book "1,000 Places To See Before You Die".
Our Ashland hotel is conveniently located on Fourth Street, in the Historic Railroad and Gallery District, just three blocks form downtown and six blocks from the famous Oregon Shakespeare Festival. You can walk from here to many great restaurants, shops, boutiques and art galleries.
Our guests are pampered with Italian Frette bed linens, Lynova 5-Star towels, Pharmacopia natural and organic bodycare products, an in-room spa or clawfoot bathtub, and a gourmet two-course breakfast every morning during the mid and high seasons.
We also offer complimentary WiFi internet access, as well as reserved guest parking. You will enjoy the quiet, private surroundings of our beautiful gardens, as well as hotel staff that prides itself on fantastic customer service.
Just a garden away from the Hotel, you'll find the Peerless Restaurant and Bar - a lively, sophisticated neighborhood restaurant and wine/cocktail bar.
Enjoy the Peerless experience in our stylish dining room, our friendly and intimate bar, or dine alfresco in our enchanted garden. Our dinner menu features a wide variety of small plates, as well as steak, chops, pasta and seafood, capturing the flavors of the seasons and the essence of the Pacific Northwest.
If you're coming to Ashland for the Shakespeare Festival or just passing through on the way to somewhere else, come stay with us at the Peerless Hotel.
99-269/nt US Dollar
243 4th St, Ashland, OR, 97520, USA
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