Hotels in Lake Oswego start at $45 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.
You’ve done some roughing it in your day, and you’re proud to say that you can summit a mountain with just a water bottle and a sleeping bag. But none of that matters when you get the itch to saunter among mansions and spend your days floating between bustling boutiques and gourmet lakeside picnics. Quench your cravings in Lake Oswego, Oregon, just 9 miles south of downtown Portland. Surrounded by vintage landmarks and natural beauty, Lake Oswego hotels offer a quiet, small-town hideaway near the “City of Roses.”
Lake Oswego locals will be the first to tell you that their reputation for extravagance far outshines their down-to-earth community spirit. After a day of massage and meditation at the spa or sifting through one-of-kind finds at designer boutiques, you may think these Oregonians are just being humble. Take a closer look and you’ll find that “”Lake O” is all about homespun luxury. Slide into the driver’s seat of one of our classic Lake Oswego car rentals and take a drive to the Lake Oswego Famers Market to pick out a fresh bunch of wildflowers and a pint of native Marion berries. Eat these juicy Oregonian treats right from the carton to prime your palate for rustic farm-to-table fare complemented by the fruit-forward flavors of pinot noir. Wrap up an extra bistro sandwich for a hike through history on the Oswego Iron Heritage Trail, where you’ll encounter the city’s scrappy, steely beginnings. They’ve come a long way from stone iron mills to elegant hotels in Lake Oswego on the river.
To help you relax lakeside, Travelocity has the inside scoop on Lake Oswego motels as well as other hotels near Portland. With our commitment to offer you the best price possible, you can rest easy wherever the journey takes you.