Orenco Station Manor House Gives America’s Community of the Year One More Reason to Shine
November 06, 2005 (PRLEAP.COM) Travel NewsThe Bates’ are no stranger to traveling in comfort. Although they have resided in the Orenco Station area for nearly all of their 25 year marriage, traveling the world has given them the perspective needed to appeal and cater to a wide range of travelers. The suites they have created feature not only state-of-the-art technology, but present a rare sense of style that larger hotels can only dream of. With 42 inch flat screen televisions, a full dvd library and wireless capabilities every connected traveler will feel right at home. For their guests who are looking to escape the stress of a busy work week, the posh California King beds are only the beginning of a long list of amenities that ensure they will leave refreshed and well rested. In Leisa’s words, “We wanted to convey our love of home and our most pleasant experiences while traveling. The result of those efforts is that we were able to develop a very peaceful space.” While offering accommodations right in the center of one of Oregon’s most unique neighborhoods, they have maintained a level of privacy and comfort for their guests that are seldom seen in the local hotel/bed and breakfast industry.
From the time guests get to the webpage (www.orencomanor.com) to the time they check out, it is obvious that the overall experience has convenience and simplicity in mind. Guests can tour the suites online, book their stay online and effortlessly pay online. Once the booking is confirmed, guests receive a door access code and may come and go during their stay as they please. Once they arrive, guests don’t have to look very far to find everything they might need. Within an arms reach, guests have access to three restaurants, Starbucks, New Seasons Market and much more.