Anytime of the year is a great time to stay at the Ponderosa Lodge in Central Oregon, where the great outdoors is right outside your doorstep.
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The summer months are a great time to indulge in hiking, biking, fishing or golf. Winters are reserved for skiing, cross country skiing, snowmobiling or snowshoeing. In Sisters country, the beauty of the region provides a gorgeous backdrop for every guest of the Ponderosa Lodge. Outdoor recreational activities abound, but there’s also something special for guests who prefer a different approach to getting away from it all.
The Best Western Ponderosa Lodge is close to a number of top destinations to enjoy the wildlife. The local llamas are popular for vacationing families, and birding is a big hobby in this neck of the woods. Guests can spot a wide variety of birds and fowl nearby.
Shopping in Sisters features unique stores and antique shops. The Sisters Rodeo, Folk Festival and Quilt Show always draw a crowd, and are top attractions for guests who are looking for something off the beaten path. From the Sisters Harvest Festival to great golf courses to work on your swing, there really is something for everyone. Don’t forget about our free breakfast complete with a make-your-own-waffle station. It’s the perfect start to your day.
As the largest hotel in Sisters, we prioritize a great atmosphere for our guests. Relax, renew and rejuvenate in your spacious guest room. We’re located just a quarter mile from the business park, and we’re a favorite for business travelers who require suites or small business meeting facilities. Some of our regular business travelers are employees of the US Forest Service, The Stitching Post, Sisters schools, and the local shops and businesses.
Whether you want a winter getaway or a summer vacation, book your next stay at the Best Western Ponderosa Lodge, the biggest hotel in Sisters! Enjoy your stay.
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Pets may be accepted. Please contact the hotel directly for full details.
Currently in the process of buying my house here in sisters I’ve been coming down almost every week since April looking for a perfect place to call home, I’ve stayed here on average 2-3 nights a week...
Sisters, Oregon on 25-May-2018
Beautiful hotel, grounds and rooms. Have stayed here several times. Never had a complaint. Best beds for back problems in any hotel I have stayed in. Located close to several amenities. I will always...
By Julienne W
I stay in Sisters at least once a year and this is one of my choices. Seems to be a little over priced for the value, but handy and has a nice team running things. Having breakfast is a definite...
By Patricia M
Great location and very nice room. Bed stand is a knee knocker. Hotel was under repair and was noisey until late on Sat. night. I have been pleased with my stays in the past and don't feel like...
Salem, Oregon on 22-May-2018
We just had 6 weeks traveling through 3 countries where we stayed in hotels the entire time and when we got back to the states we went on a 6 week road trip and this hotel stands out as the one we...
Complimentary continental breakfast includes make your own waffles, hot & cold cereals, hard boiled eggs, etc.
100% non-smoking hotel
Coffee in lobby
Outdoor pool Heated closed November through April. Pool hours are 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Hot tub available year round 9am-10pm daily
Free high-speed Internet access
Laundromat 3 washers and 3 dryers; coin operated. $5.00 for a full load: wash, dry, soap and dryer sheet.
Children's activities feed our Llamas
Free wireless internet access available in public areas and all guest rooms
Higher rates may apply for holidays/special events
Guest Room Mobility Accessible Features:
Accessible doors and doorways (at least 32-inches of clear width passage)
Accessible bathrooms and features, including shower/tub
Accessible room controls (e.g. HVAC and lighting)
Accessible clear floor space
Featuring 48 oversized guest rooms that have all recently been renovated in a Northwest/country theme. Lodge Pole rooms offer two queen beds or one king bed with a queen sofa sleeper. Amenities include a refrigerator, microwave, hairdryer, and club table for dining leisure or business use while using our direct dial Internet. Other features include coffee maker, iron and ironing board, high-speed DSL hook-up.
All Lodge Pole guest rooms include tub/shower combinations with chairs; air-conditioning/heating, direct dial telephone, cable television and oversized private outdoor ground floor patios or second floor balconies.
Our new Aspen deluxe suites offer over 650 square feet of Northwest Lodge comfort featuring Old Hickory furniture, over-stuffed leather club chair and Ottoman, river rock fireplace and club table for dining leisure or business. Amenities include king bed with pillow-top mattress, queen sofa sleeper and 32-inch cable television with VCR and DVD. Oversized bathroom features expansive tile, two-person Jacuzzi® -spa tub, plush bathrobes, walk in rain shower and recessed adjustable lighting. Additional amenities include a kitchenette with refrigerator, microwave, sink and oversized private outdoor ground floor patios or second floor balconies.
The new Ponderosa deluxe one-bedroom suites offer 750 square feet of Northwest Lodge flavor with separate bedroom featuring pillow-top king bed, 19-inch flat screen cable television. Oversized bathroom features slate tile, Jacuzzi®- spa tub for two, plush bathrobes, walk-in "rain shower" and additional recessed adjustable lighting. The adjacent living area features Old Hickory furniture, over-stuffed leather club chair and Ottoman, game table for dining leisure or business, queen sleeper sofa, 32-inch cable television with VCR and DVD, river rock fireplace. Additional amenities include a kitchenette with refrigerator, microwave, sink and oversized private outdoor ground floor patios or second floor balconies.
Public Space ADA Accessible Features:
Accessible parking spaces and signage (car and van)
Accessible parking space that is 96-inches wide with an appropriate access aisle
An accessible route that allows for approaching and entering the hotel
An accessible lobby entrance door
Interior routes to public spaces that do not have abrupt level changes
An accessible reception desk or accessible folding shelf or reception area
Accessible table in eating area
The eating area has self-service shelves and dispensing devices within reach range