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Opt for a Unique
Eugene Hotel


The Gordon is your gateway to an inspired stay in Eugene, Oregon. Our boutique hotel caters to guests with insatiable curiosity and appetite for creativity. Enjoy the artistic twist that characterizes our city, with classic comforts for a smooth stay. Toast to an easy arrival with welcome drinks, then hop on a cruiser and get oriented. Partake in pantry snacks and rooftop cocktails at sunset. Your four-legged best friend can snuggle up by the fireplace in your suite while you enjoy downtown views. It’s a Eugene hotel experience that makes you want to linger longer.


  • Complimentary airport shuttle service 
  • Complimentary welcome beverage
  • Local wine and beer
  • Complimentary high-speed WiFi
  • Complimentary pantry snacks
  • Business center
  • 24 hour secure, state of the art fitness center
  • Laundry / dry cleaning service
  • Complimentary cruiser bikes 
  • Pet friendly

    *$75 per pet, per stay

  • Lobby art bar
  • Curated collection of local artwork
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Valet Parking

Arrive in style and hand us your keys—our convenient valet service is $18 per vehicle per day with 24 hr access, seven days a week.

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Local Touches

Our hotel evokes the spirit of Eugene, from the Willamette Valley wine and Oregon-brewed beer we offer to the local art throughout our entire hotel.

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Shuttle Service

We’ll bring you straight to the lobby, and see you off smoothly. Enjoy an easy arrival in Eugene with our free airport shuttle service.

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Pet Friendly

Fuzzy friends are welcome at The Gordon, so you can bring along the best company for your strolls in Eugene. Extra fee of $75 per pet, per stay.

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The Great Wall

When designing The Gordon Hotel, we wanted to invite our guests to immerse themselves in a comfortable, creative and thought-provoking space that included a rotating gallery where different artists could display their work. 

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The Great Wall

A few members of the team were familiar with local art collective Harmonic Laboratory and thought it would be a great partner to help us explore the possibilities. After several meetings to discuss the vision, Harmonic Lab proposed the idea of an expansive digital wall dubbed “The Great Wall.” The concept began to develop, starting with a small sample wall in the Gordon Hotel showroom. Harmonic Laboratory members John Park, Jeremy Schopp and Jon Bellona undertook logistics for installation, content creation and all things in between, seizing on the opportunity to partner with the University of Oregon for a student showcase. From concept to installation, the entire process took more than a year, spans two floors and 667 square feet, and comprises 21 television screens.

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Exterior Mural: The Gift by Jessilyn Brinkerhoff

Growing up in Oregon, several teachers taught me reverence for our landscape and I use art to return the favor to the next generations,” Identifying the native plants of my home state is a personal project of mine. 

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Exterior Mural: The Gift by Jessilyn Brinkerhoff

Indian Paintbrush, one of my favorite native plants in Oregon, is featured in this design alongside a companion plant Balsamroot Arrowleaf. The piece is meant to show a metaphorical hand presenting this gift from the land as a metaphor for land stewardship, giving and receiving.


Birds In Flight Mural

In 1977 Steven Oshatz was hired by the Lane Regional Arts Council as an Artist in Residence through a Federal grant . At that time he was commissioned to create Eugene’s first outdoor public mural on the South facing wall of the 5th. St. Public Market.

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Birds In Flight Mural

Wanting to honor a theme that would define the regional spirit of our area , he chose the flight of geese, so often seen over the waters of the Willamette River which flows near the 5th. St. Market area.

Somewhat inspired by the style of the Innuit people of the far Northwest, the image uses repetition to animate the stylized wings of the rising birds.

This 60 ft. long mural graced the South wall for approximately 15 years before the market expanded. During that time the iconic image became a landmark to visitors and the community. The original painting of this mural can be found proudly displayed in The Gordon Hotel lobby, and a life-size replica is depicted on the west wall of the Station Square building at the 5th Street Public Market.

“The imagination is
the only weapon in
the war against
Lewis Carroll