La Quinta Inn & Suites Newport

Address: 45 Southeast 32nd St, Newport, Oregon, 97366, United States | 2 star motel
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This 2 star motel, located on 45 Southeast 32nd St, Newport, is near Hatfield Marine Science Center, Oregon Undersea Gardens, Marine Discovery Tours, and Fishermen's Memorial Sanctuary.
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        • Swimming pool
        • Fitness/Health center


        • Free High-Speed Internet
        • Wheelchair accessibility
        • Kitchenette
        • Free parking
        • Pets allowed


        • Continental Breakfast
        • Business Services

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        Travel Blogs from Newport

        Heading South to Newport Oregon

        A travel blog entry by jordansgo on Sep 12, 2015

        24 photos

        ... a bit too far away for good photos but you should get an impression. The day had stayed generally overcast but brightened up for a while as we approached Newport and Tyee Lodge - our B and B stop for the night. Welcomed by Dee with open access to teas, coffee and wine plus fresh baked brownies, we discovered the Blakes had managed to leave all their plugs, adapters and charging leads in Cannon Beach. Fortunately Dee had a collection of others left ...

        What More Can Be Said About the Oregon Coast?

        A travel blog entry by dan-judy on Jun 26, 2015

        1 comment, 5 photos

        ... well here -- many fishing boats and fish processing industries all along the water. We then visited two different lighthouses, and talk about a change in weather conditions between the two! It was sunny and beautiful when we saw the Yaquina Bay Lighthouse, which was built in 1871 overlooking Yaquina Bay. The Cape Cod-style house contains both the lighthouse tower and keeper's living quarters. And then when we got to the Yaquina Headlands overlooking ...

        Day 14: The Capes

        A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 11, 2013

        1 comment

        ... I continued using a side road that we never traveled before, the Otter Crest Trail. It wrapped around another high cape and provided a feast of sparkling blue punctuated with rocky islets. The road narrowly wrapped around rain forests of Sitka spruce mixed with hemlock and even cypress. Houses seemed planted where they were. The road passed the cape known as Devil's Punchbowl. It is a large bowl in a rock with one opening toward the angry sea. (I'm not ...

        Another great day!

        A travel blog entry by royandclaudia on Jan 08, 2012

        1 comment, 17 photos

        ... the river. Not nearly the sunset of the night before but still pretty.

        We took in an early movie - We Bought a Zoo - light fluff, not likely to win any awards! Stopped at a local burger joint that, up until 1998, had actual car hops. The special was two cheeseburgers and two fries for $3.99...hard to make dinner for that price. Even with Roy's extra burger, we were still under six bucks! Burgers weren't bad...


        The run, the hospital, the shopping.

        A travel blog entry by brentandjo on Jun 05, 2010

        ... can reach the open sea via two large breakwaters. Our Hotel was right on the beach and we had a great evening dinner which included a fantastic clam chowder (Georgies). Next morning we were up at 5.30 am, time enough for Amanda to prepare and get to the start line by 7 am. The day was beautifuuly clear and not too hot. In fact it was verging on cool, especially out of the sun. We watched Amanda run past our hotel twice then we headed out in the truck to meet ...