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The 30 Best Small Towns for Fall Foliage – Reader’s Digest

Ashland is best known for its Tony Award-winning Oregon Shakespeare Festival, but this gem of a town also boasts some of the most spectacular fall foliage in the Pacific Northwest. The best place to soak it in is Lithia Park. Located downtown, this 93-acre paradise explodes with red, yellow, orange, and gold each fall. Don’t miss the Japanese Gardens, duck ponds, and hiking trails, which are especially vibrant and photo-worthy this time of year.

 

Ashland Hills Hotel & Suites is the perfect place to lay your head at the end of the day. The retro-modern decor is fun and attractive, but the real selling point is the hotel’s gorgeous mountain views. You’ll also enjoy some of the best amenities in town, including a swimming pool, tennis courts, and complimentary breakfast.

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Places to stay in Ashland, from camping to luxury digs  – The Oregonian

The Ashland-based Neuman Hotel Group owns high-end accommodations throughout the city:

The Ashland Hills Hotel on the south side, near Interstate 5’s Exit 14, rests on 14 acres and is one of the largest hotel and conference event spaces in Southern Oregon.

The renovated interior draws on original, swanky 1970s features, like globe lighting and a bell bottom-era color palette of tangerine orange, galaxy blue and chartreuse lichen green.

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February travel deals for Disneyland, SeaWorld, San Luis Obispo  – The San Diego Union-Tribune

Ashland, Ore., is best known for its Shakespeare Festival, but savvy travelers know there’s more there. Just south of town, Mount Ashland is the highest peak in the region’s Siskiyou Mountains, and it has a 220-acre ski area with 23 runs and five lifts.

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Trip Planners – Ashland Wine Tasting – 1859 Magazine 

There is no better place in America to combine bold wines and the boisterous Bard than in Ashland. So far south in Oregon, Ashland feels as much norther California as it does Southern Oregon. Climate doesn’t strictly respect state boarders, but the climate for wine growing in Southern Oregon does have its boundaries.

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Romantic Getaways – 1859 Magazine 

The Ashland Hills Hotel is a surprise of retro proportions. The 100-room recently renovated hotel is a destination in itself and the jumping-off point for amazing small wineries you have never heard of. This tasteful renovation of a 1970s property smacks of Palm Springs and its classic Mid-century modern architecture and furniture.

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Smooth Landing at the Luna

Some friends and I had just enjoyed (mostly) the Steve Martin play “Picasso at the Lapine Agile” at the Cabaret Theater in Ashland. The matinee ended at 3 p.m., and the butternut squash/carrot soup tasted great, but didn’t stick. I’d seen where Luna Cafe inside Ashland Hills Inn had begun serving Sunday evening jazz from 4 to 6, so Lane and I made our way to the southern end of town for a groovy change of pace and no-sweat parking…

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Oregon Restaurant & Lodging Association: Lodging Operator of the Year

In less than two decades Doug and Becky Neuman have transformed Southern Oregon’s hospitality scene. It all started as a real estate investment when they purchased the dilapidated Mark Antony hotel (later named: Ashland Springs Hotel) in late 1998 and “brought it back to its glory.” Their passion for Oregon led them to expand investments…

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Ashland Hills Hotel Featured in 1859 Oregon’s Magazine

Ashland Hills Hotel & Suites is a classic spot that has been extensively renovated and given and very mod feel. The retro furnishings and the epic lobby decor will put you in the mood for a Jetsons-like vacation…

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Best food, fun stops off Oregon’s I-5: Ashland..

Zooming by on Oregon’s section of Interstate 5 gets you quickly from point A (Ashland) to point B (the banks of the Columbia River), but you’ll also miss out on indie restaurants, cafes and snack shops that earned the state its artisanal reputation…

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A Retro-Modern Marvel: Ashland Hills Hotel & Suites

As soon as I stepped into Ashland Hills Hotel and Suites, I knew I was home.

This hotel, conveniently located right off of I-5 at the edge of the Oregon/California border, is the ideal road trip stop for travelers looking for comfort and style. With more than 100 guest rooms, 70 spacious suites, a cafe, and large, flexible event space, the Ashland Hills Hotels and Suites is the ideal spot for road trip warriors, families, business travelers, weddings, business events and conferences, and outdoor enthusiasts visiting Ashland to take advantage of the nearby mountains and rivers…

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