Tucked between the Cascade Mountains and the Pacific Ocean you’ll find Vancouver, WA (sometimes called “Vantucky” by locals) -- a city with endless opportunities to get outdoors and lap up the region’s rich history.
Step out of your Vancouver hotel and in the heart of the city you’ll discover Esther Short Park, a green oasis for walking, playing and catching a breath of fresh air. There are always events happening here, from farmer’s markets to open-air music festivals and more. The Vancouver National Historic Reserve is a key stop in the city where you can step into the city’s past. The Fort Vancouver Historic Site features a number of historical buildings from a 19th century trading post, including a still-functioning bakery and blacksmith shop where you can scoop up souvenirs. Officer’s Row is worth a look, too, particularly if you enjoy seeing staff dressed in period clothing. More history awaits at the Pearson Air Museum, the oldest operational airfield in the West. Vintage aircraft and dozens of pieces of memorabilia make a visit here truly engaging.
Take a riverboat down the Columbia Gorge for a scenic trip that will whisk you away from the everyday. The Hood River Marina is a favorite place to boat, swim or windsurf, depending on what you’re in the mood for. Salmon Creek Park is another favorite local swimming hole where you also have the opportunity to reel in a winner. Not far away is Mount St. Helens with an abundance of hiking opportunities.
No matter what brings you here, you’ll find the best value in accommodations at our IHG hotels in Vancouver, Washington. Comfortable rooms, helpful staff and convenient locations ensure your next trip will be a memorable one. + View More - View Less
Conveniently located just South of Portland on I-5 at the Carmen Dr. Exit. Close proximity to shopping and dining at Bridgeport Village and Washington Square Mall. Indoor Pool, Complimentary Breakfast. Convenience of Burgerville, Chevron and Speakeasy Lounge in our shared complex.
Each of our guest rooms provide a scenic view of the Clackamas River with several having balconies for you to sit and enjoy the sights and sounds. There is a great walking/running trail along the river as well providing a great place to exercise or escape for a little while.