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La Quinta Inn Bend Star Rating 3        
61200 S Highway 97

This casual hotel featuring a woodsy lobby with a fireplace is a 7-minute walk from the Bend Factory Outlet Stores and 3.2 miles from dining in downtown Bend.All of the contemporary rooms include free WiFi, pillow-top mattresses, flat-screen TVs with HD channels and coffeemakers.
Red Lion Hotel Bend Star Rating 2.5        
1415 Northeast Third Street

Offering views of the Cascade mountains, this lodge-style hotel is 3.3 miles from the Cascade Village Shopping Center and 6 miles from Tumalo State Park.Warm, traditional rooms offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, desks and pillow-top mattresses.
Super 8 Motel Bend Star Rating 2        
1275 SE 3rd St. or Business 97

The interior corridored Super 8 Bend is located adjacent to Highway 97 on Business 97, minutes from downtown Bend. The High Mountain Desert Museum, Les Schaub Amphitheater, and Old Mill District Shops are also nearby. Hotel amenities include free continental breakfast, high speed Internet throughout, 24-hour front desk, laundry/valet services, free parking, fax services, and a hot tub and indoor pool.
Hilton Garden Inn Bend Star Rating 3        
425 SW Bluff Dr

Decorated with a mountain lodge theme and set among the riverside restaurants, trails and shops of the Old Mill District, this hotel is a 4-minute drive from State Route 97.All rooms and suites offer rustic decor and custom-designed beds, plus flat-screen TVs, microwaves, minifridges and free high-speed Internet access. Some rooms have balconies with river views and whirlpool tubs.
Bend Riverside Inn & Suites Star Rating 2        
1565 NW. Wall St

Set on the banks of Deschutes River, this laid-back hotel is an 11-minute walk from Downtown, 3 miles from the Old Mill District and 23 miles from the slopes of Mount Bachelor.The modest studios offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and fireplaces, as well as kitchens. Suites have separate living rooms, and some offer balconies with river views.
Days Inn Bend Star Rating 2        
849 NE Third St.

This straightforward, 2-story hotel off Route 20 is a 6-minute drive from the Les Schwab Amphitheater and a 14-minute walk from downtown Bend.All rooms and suites have en suite bathrooms with showers and tubs, plus free WiFi, TVs, microwaves, minifridges and coffeemakers. Kids 17 and under stay free with a paying adult.
Econo Lodge Bend Star Rating 2        
437 NE 3rd Street

A 3-minute drive from Bend's Old Mill District, this straightforward hotel is 6 blocks from Highway 20 and a 3-minute drive from the downtown area and riverside parks.Coffeemakers, minifridges and microwaves are offered in each room, plus free WiFi and cable TV. Suites have separate sitting areas with pull-out sofas.
Fairfield Inn & Suites Bend Downtown Star Rating 2        
1626 Northwest Wall Street

A 0.6-mile drive from Tower Theatre, this straightforward hotel is also 2.6 miles from Les Schwab Ampitheater.
Mount Bachelor Village Resort Star Rating 3        
19717 Mt. Bachelor Dr.

Located along the Deschutes River at the foot of the Cascade mountains, this casual resort is 2.5 miles from downtown Bend and 20 miles from the ski slopes of Mount Bachelor.The straightforward rooms feature coffeemakers, minifridges and free Wi-Fi.
DoubleTree by Hilton Bend Star Rating 3        
300 Nw Franklin Ave

A 5-minute walk from Tower Theatre, this contemporary hotel is also 7.5 miles from the High Desert Museum (nature and culture museum).Balconies, 40-inch flat-screen TVs with HD channels, and free WiFi are offered in each room, as well as upscale decor and custom-designed beds.
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Bend is a city in the US state of Oregon. It lies along the Deschutes River and was formerly a successful logging town. Today it is best known as an outdoor recreational holiday destination, with visitors flocking to enjoy activities such as rock climbing, white water rafting and hiking in an area surrounded by snow-capped peaks. Bend is best known for its open spaces, greenery and parks. Deschutes National Forest is popular with visitors who enjoy using the various trails for walking and mountain biking, as well as fishing, boating and spotting the varied wildlife.

Many people choose to camp while in Bend and there are many opportunities and locations to do so. If you prefer your comforts there are also log cabins, hotels and B&B's. Bend is a relatively small and modest place but has everything you need from a holiday destination. The Old Mill District is the most popular place to visit for shopping, galleries and restaurants. There is also a large choice of entertainment in Bend. The Les Schwab Amphitheater, opened in 2001 and is an outdoor riverfront concert venue with an 8,000 capacity. It has welcomed acts such as Bob Dylan and Coldplay, as well as events such as Bend Brewfest.

The open air adds a casual feel to the venue, in keeping with the general setting and atmosphere in Bend. For those who enjoy visiting a museum on their travels, the Des Chutes Historical Museum is located in Reid school building. It is operated by the local Historical Society and focuses on the area through history, including the Native American history, the former logging industry and forestry. It houses many historical artifacts and educates visitors about the life and times of Bend.

Bend offers a beautiful setting for relaxation, not only with the scenery but with ample opportunities for pampering at the numerous spas and leisure facilities. There is also an opportunity to eat and drink plenty! The Bend Ale Trail, is the largest in the west and Bend has more breweries per capita than anywhere else in Oregon, as well as wineries and distilleries.

Bend benefits from sunny days and cool evenings, and is very much experienced best outdoors. Roberts Field in Redmond is the closest commercial airport. It is also accessible by car or rail. Until 2006, there was no bus service in Bend although this is now up and running. However the best way to enjoy what Bend has to offer is by foot or by bicycle and at leisure in the open air. It is a great choice for a family holiday and a leisurely escape from busy city life. Families can spend the day walking and exploring the vast, green areas and wind down of an evening by a campfire, with the fish they caught that day for their supper