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Ashland Springs Hotel, OR

National Register of Historic Places

Overview

The Ashland Springs Hotel, built in 1925 and a member of Historic Hotels of America® since 2005 was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.

Historic Hotels of America is the official program of the National Trust for Historic Preservation® for recognizing and celebrating the finest historic hotels across America.

The Ashland Springs Hotel opened as the Lithia Springs Hotel in 1925; it was a natural stopping place for visitors traveling between California and the Northwest. With a mix of Gothic and Beaux-Arts elements, the nine-story hotel stood proudly as the tallest building between Portland and San Francisco. In 1960, the hotel was renamed the Mark Antony, in recognition of the growing popularity of the nearby Oregon Shakespeare Festival. In 1998, an extensive restoration of the property uncovered many of its original features and enhanced it with state-of-the-art systems, an elegant conservatory, and a charming English garden.

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Recreational Activities:

  • HISTORIC & CULTURAL SITE
  • HOTEL/LODGE/RESORT PRIVATELY OWNED
  • PHOTOGRAPHY

Address:

212 East Main St.
Ashland,OR,97520
Phone: +1 800 678 8946
Email: info@historichotels.org

Directions:

In downtown Ashland, just steps from the Oregon Shakespeare Festival; within walking distance of Lithia Park, the Oregon Cabaret Theatre, great shopping, dining, and numerous galleries. Rogue Valley International Airport: 13 miles, 20 minutes. Also, less than 6 miles driving to Crater Lake National Park

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