Boasting 100 newly renovated rooms, adventure add-ons, and a retro camp culture vibe, Campfire Hotel in Bend, Oregon, has opened from the same group that developed Portland’s Jupiter Hotel and the historic Hood River Hotel.
“Campfire Hotel is a nod to the great American road trip and to some of my fondest childhood memories of traveling in our trusty station wagon and staying at the epic motor lodges of the 60 and 70s,” says Tod Breslau, the creator of the Jupiter Hotel in Portland. “Road tripping is back, and the Campfire experience is about delivering that nostalgic vibe with modern touches and convenience. Check-in, jump in the pool, gather around the fire, and meet new friends.”
The Hotel bestows a clean, open-air concept, and various vintage-cool lodging options. The lobby creates an instant oasis with rustic, Pacific Northwest touches of repurposed juniper and live moss. The “camp culture” amenities of Rumpl Blankets, in-room acoustic instruments, buckets of Crux Beers, local wines, and the lobby camp store create subtle nuances for a laid-back, bohemian vibe. At the epicenter of the Campfire Hotel is a giant fire pit welcoming guests to gather around and share stories of the day or simply take respite from arduous adventures.
Photo: Courtesy of Campfire Hotel