Hotels in Newberg start at $58 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.
When people talk about the progressive, lush, and green Pacific Northwest, they're talking about Newberg in Oregon. Not convinced? Make your way to one of the quirky cafes off College Street, and get caught up in a debate about recycling or which Portland bar serves up the best micro-brewed beer. You'll feel your inner hippie emerge as the blue waters of the Willamette River beckon you to wade in and cleanse your spirit. As you sink into the blankets of one of the available hotels in Newberg, you'll remember that not all who wander are lost: There is nowhere else you'd rather be.
Fewer than 40 miles from the Portland International Airport, Newberg is a smaller but just as enchanting version of the City of Roses. You'll still have the river flowing nearby, and the Willamette becomes a playground for the nature lover. Imagine spending your days kayaking, tubing, or sailing, sprays of water cooling you down as you luxuriate in the warmth of the sun's rays. Spent after a day of play, you'll appreciate the farm-to-table eateries offering colorful salads crafted from veggies grown locally, creating a kaleidoscopic rainbow of flavors on your plate.
The sapphire waters of the Willamette River flow to Portland eventually, but you can get there faster in Newberg rental cars. Cruise to the city, framed magnificently by the typically snow-covered peak of Mount Hood, and experience the PNW firsthand. Hiking through the 30 miles of trails in Forest Park, just minutes from many cheap hotels in Portland, is an escape from civilization. Birds chirp overhead, and dappled sunshine peaks out from the tree's canopy to light the trails ahead. You'll feel like you're in a Ralph Waldo Emerson poem, a living embodiment of his words, "In the woods, a man casts off his years."
Whether your budget calls for Newberg motels or upscale Newberg hotels, at Travelocity we're proud to offer an array of accommodation options just outside of Portland, Oregon. By combining hotels, flights, and even rental cars, you can save hundreds of dollars, giving you more opportunity to partake in the area's haute cuisine.