Fall in love with the natural beauty around our Prineville, Oregon hotel
In the heart of central Oregon’s outdoor recreation paradise, the Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, Prineville, Oregon hotel blends the charm of the Old West with the contemporary comforts of present day. After a restful night’s sleep in one of our rooms or suites, enjoy a free, hot breakfast to gear up for a hiking trip in Smith Rock State Park. Our location off US Route 26 makes it easy to visit other area attractions, such as the Prineville Reservoir, A.R. Bowman Museum, Crooked River, and Crook County Fair. Plus, we offer a number of pet-friendly rooms so your four-legged friend can join in the fun.
Wherever you decide to explore, you always can come back to our hotel to take advantage of free parking and enjoy complimentary cookies in the lobby. After a day of hiking, biking, or golf, soothe your muscles with a soak in the hot tub or a swim in the indoor pool. Once you’re feeling fully refreshed, use our free Wi-Fi to plan your next outdoor excursion.
Admire Oregon's high desert from a modern suite or hotel room in Prineville
Book one of our 63 guest rooms and suites to wake up each morning near central Oregon’s most fascinating landmarks. Before making the trek to Steins Pillar or the Painted Hills, use your in-room coffeemaker, refrigerator, and microwave to prepare snacks for the day ahead. Free Wi-Fi is available so you can easily share photos of your adventures.
2 Queen Beds
Studio Suite-King Bed
1 Bedroom Suite-King Bed
Flexible meeting space in Prineville adapts to your needs
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Things to do around Prineville
Make memories with the family by exploring the great outdoors at one of the region's stunning state parks. Our hotel in Prineville is within 50 miles of Steins Pillar, the Lava River Cave, and the Painted Hills, a few of central Oregon's most famous natural landmarks. If you're not a nature enthusiast, catch the latest blockbuster at Pine Theater or go roller-skating with the kids at the local rink, less than a mile away. Don't miss these other favorites: