Five Pine Lodge

FivePine Lodge & Conference Center, East Desperado Trail, Sisters, OR, United States

541-549-5900

Central Oregon is beautiful, and sometimes is a better option for those looking to escape the rains and winds of the coast. One of the best places to retreat to is Five Pine Lodge, located in the small town of Sisters; you’re practically in the middle of forest, and yet you are only a short drive if you want to enjoy the beer and food scene in Bend.

Five Pines is set up like a campus, and your room is a bit like a cabin, complete with living room and small outdoor sitting lounge. Some cabins have their own hot tubs. The campus also has a full-service spa; for the best value, go for one of the packages, such as the Luxury Shibui Package or the Spa Sampler. Rounding out the campus services is a brewery (of course!) and a movie house, making this a very Oregon-style luxury.

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