What are the rooms like at The Allison Inn & Spa?

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The guest rooms at The Allison Inn & Spa evoke the best of the Northwest and are among the most luxurious rooms you will find in Oregon wine country. The elegant, organic tones of the room reflect the natural wonders that surround the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel — the forest green of the fir trees, the rich brown of the hazelnut groves and the tawny gold of grape vines in autumn.

A handcrafted Oregon walnut table set with reading materials takes stage near shelves holding red wine glasses, flutes and olive green water glasses (the latter are actually wine bottles recycled from onsite Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant JORY and made by Rebootle, a local eco-conscious design company). Each of the 85 suites has at least three pieces of original art and many capture the dramatic landscape of the Pacific Northwest.       

Depending on where you sit, the pièce de résistance in each room is either the copper-tiled electric fireplace, or the enticing window seat with a vineyard or estate garden view. Plush pillows in shades of ochre and sage green and a silky chenille throw further enhance the appeal of the window seat. The room is so peaceful and relaxing, you may be tempted to skip a few of the wineries on your list to savor the space. If you do, we suggest slipping on the velvety-soft champagne-colored robes and ordering a local pinot noir from room service.

Caroline Patek

The 77 guest rooms and 8 suites at The Allison Inn & Spa, which is located in Oregon's Willamette Valley wine country, are spacious by any standard. The thoughtful, modern décor features clean lines and warm earth tones. Rooms incorporate the outdoors through a warm color palette, window seats and private balconies or terraces overlooking the well-tended gardens, pinot noir vines or the lush rolling hillsides that surround the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel. Other in-room highlights include large soaking tubs, gas fireplaces, luxurious down comforters and linens, and artwork commissioned by local artists.

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