Welcome to the Phoenix Inn Suites in Eugene Oregon. We take great pride in offering our guests spacious suites featuring a wide array of amenities including microwaves, refrigerators, coffee makers and more. For added comfort, this all-suite Eugene, Oregon hotel also offers a scrumptious, extended continental breakfast buffet and guests can relax in our pool, spa, and fitness center. Local telephone calls are always free.
Located on Franklin Blvd. adjacent to the University of Oregon and Sacred Heart Hospital, Phoenix Inn Suites is in the heart of Eugene, Oregon. Downtown businesses are walking distance away, as are many restaurants and other area attractions. The Millrace Canal, easily accessible from the University of Oregon by crossing Franklin Blvd, parallels the river for three or four miles and provides escapes from Eugene’s main downtown thoroughfares.
In addition to running and biking paths, nearby are Autzen Stadium, home football field for the University of Oregon Ducks, (and occasionally a venue for concerts), Cuthbert Amphitheater, Matthew Knight Arena, the Willamette Science and Technology Center, and Hayward Field, location of the famous track & field PreFontaine Classic and back-to-back Olympic Trials.
University of Oregon, Matthew Knight Arena, MAC Court, Autzen Stadium, Northwest Christian University, Hult Center, Hendrix Park, Eugene Celibration, Country Fair, Lane County Fair Grouds, 5th St. Public Market, Hayward Field, Lane Community College, Valley River Center.
Apr 7, 2013
EllenMy, Nashville, Tennessee | Trip type: Family
If you are attending events at the University of Oregon, the location of this hotel could not be more convenient. I appreciated the helpful and friendly front desk and their...
If you are attending events at the University of Oregon, the location of this hotel could not be more convenient. I appreciated the helpful and friendly front desk and their willingness to let me leave my car beyond checkout. Our room overlooking the river was far from the construction but the occasional duck and goose squabbles were audible. The in-room fridge was a nice amenity and the pool was larger than most indoor hotel pools. It looks like we may have several Eugene trips in our future and I expect this to be our go-to home away from home. « less
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Management response from Courtny Osuna, Guest Service Manager
Thank you so much for your review of our Phoenix Inn! I love that your review touches on things that we strive for here at the Phoenix Inn. We are very proud of our centralized location to the Univeristy of Oregon's campus. Our main goal at the front desk is to make sure everyone leaves with smile and I couldn't be happier that we left you with that impression. We would be nothing but elated to make our hotel your "home away from home."
Mar 31, 2013
Ruby G, Eugene, Oregon, United States | Trip type: Family
So it looked like a pretty nice place from the outside... we were a little disconcerted when we arrived to hear a nail gun going as the building right next...
So it looked like a pretty nice place from the outside... we were a little disconcerted when we arrived to hear a nail gun going as the building right next door was under construction. It would have been nice if this was mentioned? We did check in early, though, but considering that it was a 4PM checkin time, I think an early checkin is not saying very much. Went to our room... not the best. The decorations were a mix without any clear theme (including brass picture frames, 1980s?), there was a stain/spot on the floor that looked like some kind of food, and all of the furniture was scratched and dinged up pretty well. For a spa sweet I would expect better, especially for the price ($140 with taxes). The walls are paper thin, such that we could hear every single person going to and from their room. At 9ish that night it got even worse because some young (late teen or early 20's) girls were getting ready to go out and giggling and laughing and everything and I could hear every word. They managed to wake my son. Called and complained, they left about 10 minutes later. The bathroom was by far the worst, though. There was built up grime in the corners of the tiles and the room was about the size of a closet. You had to move to the side to close the door so that you could use the toilet, which was too short for me (I am 5'1, so that is really saying something... feel sorry for my husband, he is 6' and his knees were in his chest). Went to take a shower. No fan, so the steam was basically suffocating. And to top it off the wall paper was pealing at the top and had dirt smears near the bottom. Oh, and then went down to breakfast. The attendant was sitting on the counter in the kitchen eating, but had the audacity to tell me I could not be in there without shoes on. I know in restaurants that is an issue, but I should think in a hotel guests would be able to come down in their pajamas and relax and have an early morning meal. But I know her eating in the food prep area was a health code violation. I honestly do not think there was a single aspect of my stay here that would make me ever want to return. Go elsewhere. The Days Inn on Franklin was nicer for cheaper, that is pretty sad. « less
“Nothing bad to say about the location, the dimensions of the rooms, or the friendly staff. But . .”
Mar 19, 2013
jerlap, Berkeley, California | Trip type: Family
Nothing bad to say about the location, the dimensions of the rooms, cleanliness or the friendly staff. But . . . the hotel illustrates how you can make the least...
Nothing bad to say about the location, the dimensions of the rooms, cleanliness or the friendly staff. But . . . the hotel illustrates how you can make the least of having good bones and convenient site. The HVAC unit was one of the noisiest I have ever encountered, and the plumbing hardware was beyond the pale. I had to soak something in the sink and it was impossible because the drain plug did not plug. Not all hand held shower hardware is inconvenient, but the cheap stuff installed here was hard to use. And the towels were rough. I liked the HD TV but somehow the array of channels offered included FOX but not MSNBC. Don't know if it has to do with the conservative bend of the management company in Texas but it did seem odd, particularly in a liberal town like Eugene. Will probably look elsewhere when I visit again. « less
“Close to campus”
Mar 14, 2013
RKL3, Kailua-Kona, Hawaii | Trip type: Business
Quick easy check in and check out. Price was good. Room was a bit larger then expected. HD TV in room. Free fast Internet. Plenty of parking. Breakfast was ok....
Quick easy check in and check out. Price was good. Room was a bit larger then expected. HD TV in room. Free fast Internet. Plenty of parking. Breakfast was ok. Worst thing was weak flushing toilet and shower/bath w bust drain plug just laying in bottom of tub. I would stay again cause it was close to campus. « less
“Good hotel in a small town”
Mar 5, 2013
felipejendiroba, Florianopolis, SC | Trip type: Family
If you're looking for a 5 star hotel, look elsewhere. This is a good hotel, one of those you look for when you want to stay in a small town....
If you're looking for a 5 star hotel, look elsewhere. This is a good hotel, one of those you look for when you want to stay in a small town. We were visiting our cousin who is studying at the U of O and we literally walked to the University. Very convenient. Decent breakfast, rather large and clean rooms, free parking and free internet. Easy check-in, easy check-out. Nice beds, good TV Channels choice.
What else do you want? I guess when I go to a small, low profile town like Eugene I don't want to stay at 4-5 stars hotels. If it was NY, maybe I would. But it just doesn't seem to make sense here.
This is a good choice if you're not a spoiled brat. « less
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Get a good night's sleep with premium bedding and blackout drapes/curtains. The 32-inch LCD TVs offers cable channels. A coffee/tea maker, a microwave, and a refrigerator are provided. You will have a shower/tub combination, as well as a hair dryer. A desk, a wake-up call service, and daily housekeeping are among the conveniences offered.
One King Bed
Get a good night's sleep with premium bedding and blackout drapes/curtains. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and the 32-inch LCD TVs offers cable channels. A coffee/tea maker, a microwave, and a refrigerator are provided. You will have a shower/tub combination, as well as a hair dryer. A desk, a wake-up call service, and daily housekeeping are among the conveniences offered. This room is Non-Smoking.
Amenities - Phoenix Inn Suites
Baggage storage facilities
Credit card accepted: Mastercard/Visa
Credit card accepted: American Express
Credit card accepted: Discover
Credit card accepted: Diners Club
Electronic key card
Facilities for the disabled
Fitness and health center
Free local calls
Internet - wireless
Internet is Complimentary
24 hours opened
Office or business center
Private bathroom in room
Radio in room
Self controlled heating/cooling system
Swimming pool - indoor
Tea and coffee making facilities
Telephone in all rooms
Telephone - Free local calls
TV - Free Showtime
Travellers cheques accepted
Sorry, pets are not allowed.
Airport & Shuttle Information - Phoenix Inn Suites
Eugene Airport - 10 Miles
Portland Airport - 100 Miles
Airport Shuttle? Yes! There is an airport shuttle.
Local Shuttle Info: We now offer airport transportation to and from the Eugene airport. Hours of operation 7am-11pm. Ask us for details!
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