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Lodging in Bend, Oregon

An integral part of the concert experience is finding a home base that hits all your needs. Fortunately, Bend’s home to a variety of lodging options, everything from fun and funky boutique hotels to established luxury brands just steps away from the Hayden Homes Amphitheater.

Here’s a few of our favorite spots:

Hilton Garden Inn in the Old Mill District

A rustic atmosphere combined with timeless elegance, the Hilton Garden Inn Bend offers visitors a relaxing experience unlike any other hotel, and it’s less than a half mile away from the amphitheater. A stone fireplace warms the air and invites guests to unwind in the comfort of this charming mountain resort oasis.

Enjoy a range of amenities including the hotel’s spacious swimming pool, fitness center and professional business center. All guest rooms include microwaves, mini-refrigerators and coffeemakers.

Located at: 425 S.W. Bluff Drive Bend, OR 97702 , 541-617-6111

Hampton Inn & Suites Bend in the Old Mill District

The Hampton Inn & Suites is located right next to the Hayden Homes Amphitheater. Rooms and suites offer modern amenities including HDTVs, ergonomic workspaces; and complimentary WiFi. The Hampton’s free hot breakfast buffet features hearty oatmeal and fresh-baked waffles with delicious toppings. Guests can also grab a free Hampton’s On the Run Breakfast Bag. The 24-hour Suite Shop stocks a selection of snacks, alcoholic beverages and travel essentials.

Located at: 730 S.W. Columbia Bend, OR 97702, 541-388-3000

Campfire Hotel

The Campfire Hotel gives Oregon camp culture an urban adventure spin. With 100 freshly renovated and vintage camp-inspired guestrooms, an onsite pool and plenty of space to store your outdoor gear, you will have plenty of space to unpack, unwind, and hang out by the fire. Belly up to the Canteen bar, swim in the heated saltwater pool, or just relax with your pup in this dog-friendly gem of a hotel located in central Bend.

Located at: 721 NE 3rd Street, Bend OR 97701, 541-382-1515

Riverhouse on the Deschutes

Immerse yourself in the unparalleled beauty of picturesque Central Oregon at the Riverhouse on the Deschutes. Completely redesigned to provide guests with modern sophistication and world-class amenities, the Riverhouse sits on the banks of the Deschutes River, serving as the perfect resting spot after a day of outdoor and musical adventures.

Located at: 3075 N. Business 97 Bend, OR 97703 , 1-888-919-9148

Eating in Bend, Oregon

The only thing more exciting than Bend’s rising music scene might be the culinary renaissance the city’s currently experiencing.

From food cart lots showcasing the freshest concepts in town to fine dining across Bend’s various neighborhoods, there’s a foodie adventure waiting to be had for just about every budget and palate.

Wanting to grab something close to the amphitheater before a show? Check out the various restaurants along the the Deschutes River here in the Old Mill District.

Love the food cart scene? Choose from one Bend’s seven different food cart pods.

For a full list of Bend’s eclectic dining options, go to Visit Bend’s restaurant page, or follow the Old Mill District blog for the latest news and notes on the area’s exciting food landscape.

Good Times, Good Drinks

You may have heard, our craft beer game here in Bend, Oregon is pretty darn strong. From the godfather of Bend breweries, Deschutes Brewery, to tastemakers and trendsetters like Crux, Boneyard and Bend Brewing, it’s awful easy to spend all your pre- and post-concert time in Central Oregon chasing down RPM, Mirror Pond, Sweet As pints from the source.

In fact, we have an entire map and souvenir passport program, the Bend Ale Trail, designed for just such adventures!

But Bend’s more than just a great beer town. Wine tasting rooms like Va Piano Vineyards and Evoke Winery sit just across the river from the amphitheater in the Old Mill District and make for a perfect spot to grab a drink before a show. And cocktail bars like Rapa Nui Tiki Lounge, The Dogwood Cocktail Cabin, and San Simón make as good as drink as anyone in the state. Don't forget to check out the Mill Works Pub in the Old Mill District as well!

Things to Do in Bend, Oregon

The Hayden Homes Amphitheater sits smack in the middle of one of the most beautiful areas in the country. While you’re in town, we hope you can get out and explore Central Oregon.

Near the amphitheater, Tumalo Creek Kayak & Canoe offers tube, kayak, canoe and standup paddleboard rentals, as well as guided tours outside of Bend.

Interested in fly fishing? Confluence Fly Shop hosts guided trips throughout Central Oregon, everything from half-day trips to four-day camping outings.

If you’re looking to really get to know this amazing ecosystem we call home, tryout a trip from our friends at Wanderlust Tours. For 30 years now Wanderlust has offered guided trips around Central Oregon, experiences like moonlight canoe tours on the Cascade Lakes, and lave cave explorations.

Bend’s also home to some of the best mountain biking in the country. Rent bikes from shops like Pine Mountain Sports and Sunnyside Sports or book a shuttle through Cog Wild. If you’re a runner, check out FootZone’s community runs calendar and upcoming events page.

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