Closest Hotels to Mount Bachelor by Bend
Though the days in Bend, Oregon are still summery, the evenings are getting chillier: indicating that winter is a’ coming. And with that comes one of the longest ski seasons in the country, at Central Oregon’s Mt. Bachelor. Just 30-minutes from Bend, Bachelor is the fifth-largest ski resort in the country ~ & it’s known by locals as a stellar intermediate mountain (though upper lifts offer tougher terrain). Whether you’re traveling to Bend & looking to ski, or are a local who wants to spend a weekend as close to the mountain as possible: here are the “Closest Hotels to Mount Bachelor by Bend.”
GWTW Tip: If you’re hungry after skiing, check out some of Bend’s best food trucks…or if you’re headed up the mountain early, nab a great breakfast..
Map of Mt. Bachelor
Mount Bachelor is 21 miles from Bend, & 19 miles from Sunriver ~ so essentially, the same distance. But the very closest hotel to the mountain is the Seventh Mountain Resort.
Seventh Mountain Resort
Overview of Hotels by Mt. Bachelor
1. Seventh Mountain Resort ($98+/night) = Family & Budget-Friendly Resort with Slightly Outdated Rooms = 15 miles from Mt. Bachelor: The absolute closest hotel to Bachelor is WorldMark’s Seventh Mountain Resort (pictured above). It’s not as luxurious as nearby Tetherow, but for a family ski getaway on a budget ~ this is a great choice. Rooms vary here; some haven’t been kept up as well as others…but the grounds are lovely & “in-the-forest feeling” with pools & hot tubs to relax in post-skiing. They offer everything from studios up to 3-BR condos, & most have kitchens ~ so good for large groups.
Check rates at Seventh Mountain here.
2. LOGE Bend ($76+/night) = Hip Budget-Friendly Adventure Base by Bike Trails = 18 miles from Mt. Bachelor: Just down the street from Seventh Mountain is the newer & hipper LOGE Bend. This hotel is geared towards adventure junkies, & you can hop on your bike directly from the hotel (they’ve got a bike rental shop right on-site & trails all around). There’s a pool & hot tub here, ski lockers, BBQ area with Traegers, & grassy lawn with hammocks. Great base for adventure-lovers who prefer community to luxury!
Check rates at LOGE Bend here.
3. Tetherow Resort ($249+/night) = Luxury Golf Resort with Upscale Rooms, Restaurants, & VIEWS = 19 miles from Mt. Bachelor: If you’re looking for luxury near Bachelor, there’s really only one choice: Tetherow Resort. Perched on top of a hill with stunning, sweeping views of the Cascade Mountains (you can see all the way to Mt. Hood on a clear day), rooms here are especially well-appointed, pet-friendly, & views from many of its balconies are first-rate. Another thing that sets Tetherow apart is its fantastic on-site restaurants. After a long day on the mountain, simply walk from your room over to The Row (casual) or Solomon’s (fine dining) & enjoy great sunset views over their award-winning golf course.
Check rates at Tetherow here.
4. Sunriver Resort ($149+/night) = HUGE Family-Friendly Resort with Variety of Accommodations = 20 miles from Mt. Bachelor: Sunriver is one of my favorite summertime Oregon destinations ~ but it’s also just 20 miles to Bachelor, & their pretty hotel rooms are geared towards skiiers…as are many of their homes for rent. This is a great choice for families, couples, & both girl’s or guy’s getaways. The dining scene at Sunriver has less variety than in Bend; but on the flip side, staying at Sunriver really gives you the feel of being “on vacation.” Rooms at the resort are very comfortable (though not as lux as Tetherow); homes & condos are privately-owned & thus can vary greatly in quality & amenities.
Check rates at Sunriver Resort here.
Photos of Hotels by Mt. Bachelor
Check rates at family-friendly Seventh Mountain Resort here.
Adventure-lovers, young couples, & solo travelers will enjoy the communal feel of LOGE Bend.
Photos of Tetherow & Sunriver Resorts
The Closest Hotels to Mt. Bachelor by Bend
I hope this guide helps you make some decisions for your winter travels ~ feel free to ask my any questions about Bend or the mountain in the comments below!
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