Sunriver Resort - Destination Hotels & Resorts

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17600 Center Drive, Sunriver, OR
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Home to three championship golf courses, this year-round resort is in Central Oregon’s sun-splashed high-desert country, 15 miles from Bend and 18 miles from Mount Bachelor’s ski runs and hiking trails. read more
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I stayed in the River Lodge cabins at Sunriver, a beautiful resort near the Deschutes river. The room was great, although these rooms are close to the Lodge bar and that can be noisy at night. Very much enjoyed the resort itself which is filled with biking trails. I highly recommend floating down the Deschutes from the Sunriver marina. I ordered room service twice. Room service is very expensive - typical of a 4-5 star resort. But here, the kids who bring your food just set down the tray and leave. They did not know how to open a wine bottle; they did not take the plastic wrap off of anything; they did not attempt to set up a place to eat. I paid a mandatory 20% tip for the service, and got no service at all. Twice. On the other hand, the front desk did take care of the guest who was smoking a cigar outside my window, and handled that matter promptly. I had prepaid the entire room charge, and they had no record of that when I arrived, so take your receipt because you will need it. Overall, I do recommend the resort, but avoid room service. Be aware there are many places to eat at the resort that the resort will not tell you about. So don't feel you have to eat at the 4 places they advertise.
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Sep 5th, 2005
The Pines at Sunriver

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Meadow Rd, Sunriver, OR
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Situated in Sunriver, this resort is in the same area as Lava Lands Visitor Center. read more
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Do you like off the beaten path? Do you like golf courses. Do you like tons of places to walk or ride? The pines is for you. It is not found by GPS or by Google maps or Mapquest. It is how ever very comfortable and totally worth the your time. It is done in a cabin motif with a wonderful view of the Golf course. The place was absolutely quiet. The room had its own kitchen fully stocked and a Jacuzzi that fits two! I wish my stay was longer because it was the most peaceful sleep I have ever had. We got cruiser bicycles with our room . We rode all over the paths and to the local store for supplies. If I had needed to do laundry there was a washing machine and dryer. The complex is non smoking so you have to look for a place to smoke if you are a smoker but who wants to get rid of that beautiful mountain air! From the back porch you get to watch all sorts of wildlife run around. If you want to find the place get off at the sun river exit and go through two round abouts and turn left on S century drive. turn right into the place about one block in. Dont go by the mapquest or gps because you will be looking around for a long long time. Go during the spring and summer and you have all the local parks open. The lava cast forest and the lava tubes were closed as of October 1st so we didnt get to do that but the High Desert Museum was open . While you are staying make a trip to Bend for Jakes and for Goody's chocolate factory! This isnt a resort like you would see in Palm Springs but I would rate it 4 plus stars for sure!
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Oct 17th, 2007