Shilo Inn - Bend

Address: 3105 NE O.B. Riley Road, Bend, Oregon, 97701, United States | 2 star resort
 
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Location

This 2 star resort, located on 3105 NE O.B. Riley Road, Bend, is near Cog Wild Mountain Bike Tours, Lava Lands Visitor Center, Deschutes National Forest, and Deschutes National Forest.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Shilo Inn - Bend

      One of few real nice Shiloh's

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      We have stayed in a few Shiloh's and this one was the best one I have seen in a long time. The river view was so calm and comforting, the rooms were very clean and the staff were very pleasant and helpful. Please keep up the wonderful job.

      Loved the view

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      This was my first time stay with the Shilo Inn and I was very much impressed with this hotel.It was very clean and the staff was great.It was a nice surpise to have free high speed internet access along with a beautiful riverview room.

      Bend Shilo Inns

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      Hello,

      I'm writing to inform you of our experience with your bend shilo hotel.

      We first began staying there about 2 years ago when we were in the process of searching for property in the central oregon area, we stayed several times durring the time our house was being built, and enjoyed the wonderful atmosphere, as well as the friendly and helpful staff.

      As we now live in central oregon, we feel comfortable recomending them to family and friends who come to visit.

      sincerely,

      THE KRELL FAMILY

      Great place to stay

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      I stay at the shilo on business one time per week.

      The food at the restaurant is always excelent.

      My room is always very clean.

      the entire staff is great they do what ever they can to help with your needs

      I esspecialy enjoy the hot tubs and swimming pool.

      my stay good enough to bring my wife when we were on vacation

      The River sounds of Shiloh, Bend

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      My job as a sales rep takes me to Central Oregon twice a month. So, comfort and quality are important to me.

      I have been staying at the Shiloh Inn-Bend for several years now. The staff greets me by name, and I always feel at-home during my stays.

      They offer most of the amenities that you would be looking for:

      pool; hot tubs; high-speed internet; in-room movies; workout room; restaurant.

      Best of all, they have a high percentage of their rooms located right along the river! There's nothing better than waking up, opening the back blinds, and watching the ducks and geese cruising along the water.

      Great comfortable place to stay.

      from

      my husband and I are from portland, oregon We come up to bend oregon on business quite often. we always stay at shilo inns, because of the comfortable enviornment.

      we always get a hot tub room or a honey moon suite and have never once had a problem with anything. The rooms in my opinion are very clean and comfortable.

      my husband and i come up there to work as well as relax and we always feel we are treated with respect.

      we also order from room service and i must say thats the only place to eat:)

      well, i wanted to let my opinions heard. i feel shilo inns in bend is the only hotel i have ever been too where i don't feel like i'm in a hotel.

      thank you very much for listening to my comments..

      best reguards,

      melissa and dwayne smith

      imperial antiques

      portland, oregon

      The place to stay

      from

      my family and i go to shilo inns because of the wonderful clean peaceful rooms. we will not stay anywhere else in bend.

      the staff is extreamly nice and very helpful. the staff members i worked with on my last trip were:

      jennifer and donnis

      my family has always been treated very nice by the entire staff.

      the heated pool is wonderful and the hot tub rooms are very relaxing, clean and peaceful.

      Shilo Inn Suites Hotel Bend is my home away from home.

      thank you!!

      Home Away From Home

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      I travel alot. It's part of the job I have.

      Shilo Inn is like a home away from home. The staff are very courteous, and very efficient. I bring my family with me, when possible, because the view of the Deschutes River, the heated pools, hot tubs, the comfortable rooms, all make it a joy to stay at the Shilo. My four year old son calls the Shilo his "Ho tel".

      I recommend the Shilo because of the staff, especially Jennifer, the location on the Deschutes River, and the family-friendly layout and amenities of the property.

      Okay, average, no big deal

      from

      After a full day in Bend, enjoying swimming and the town, we went to our reserved "suite" hotel. The staff was friendly, and the checkin was flawless. Then we went to our room. It was fine, and had all the amenties advertised. But it was small, not a suite. I will have to say, it was a large Motel 6 room, with a microwave, and a large frig. Nothing fancy, although it had a view of other buildings and some trees.

      Overall, a pleasant experience, but not a "suite" view resort lodging

      Shilo Restaurant Excellent

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      Rib Night was excellent

      TripAdvisor Reviews Shilo Inn - Bend

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
       

      Travel Blogs from Bend

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      A travel blog entry by wiscampsin on Aug 30, 2014

      20 photos

      ... River over Big Eddy falls. I am quite terrified of whitewater and it is not something I have ever been interested in, but I put a smile on and appreciated the opportunity to give it a try. The trip down the falls took about a half hour and was nothing to blink at for anyone in the raft besides me. I pulled my paddle in and clung to the rope whenever I saw whitewater upstream. We all got soaked at one point or another, but it was an enjoyable ...

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      A travel blog entry by mary_and_paul on Jun 29, 2014

      2 comments, 2 photos

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      A travel blog entry by peedeedog on Apr 09, 2014

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      ... the designation used by early pioneers to refer to the location along the Deschutes River where the town was eventually platted, one of the few fordable points along the river.
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      A travel blog entry by candyjake13 on Aug 28, 2013

      1 photo

      We are staying at the Thousand Trail just south of Bend. I haven't been here for probably 15 years. Pat and I have stayed here at least 3 times, it was one of our favorites. I am going to be leaving my friends Lu and Terri here in the am. I've been diverted to Grants Pass, because Betty, Pat's sister is there and is ill. I need to check on her, she is 93 and more fragile with the aging process. So Jake and ...

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      A travel blog entry by carloswysling on Jun 20, 2013

      2 comments, 1 photo

      All my bags are packed I'm ready to go / I'm standin' here outside your door / I hate to wake you up to say goodbye / But the dawn is breakin' it's early morning... so goes the John Denver song of so long ago.

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