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The Camas Hotel
by The Camas Hotel Staff on September 2nd, 2018

Exclusive to Hotel Guests!  Reserve a room at the Camas Hotel and receive your very own "Keys to Camas!"  These keys allows you to explore Camas and receive incentives from various retail, restaurants & entertainment venues throughout downtown Camas!  Explore Camas!

by The Camas Hotel Staff on August 1st, 2018

​When booking any ensuite room you will receive 2 free movie tickets to the Liberty Theatre of Camas-Washougal (Sun - Thurs). All rooms include complimentary enhanced continental breakfast, free wifi and free parking! 

Start your experience by shopping at many of the local shops located in town! Such as Allure Boutique, located inside the Camas Hotel, or guest's favorite, Camas Antiques! Every Wednesday afternoon thru October, guests can also enjoy the Camas Farmer's Market! 
If you're feeling more adventurous, stop by Camas Bike and Sport for bike rentals, hit some trails and explore the area!

Looking for a bite to eat? We suggest trying the new restaurant located RIGHT HERE inside the Camas Hotel, Hey Jack!

Looking for a brew? We have TWO breweries located within walking distance of the Camas Hotel, Mill City Brew Werks or Grains of Wrath!

Enjoy drinks and live music on Friday and Saturday nights at the local wine bar, Salud Wine Bar - Event Center - Wine Storage! or, if your in for the mood for a classic cocktail, we suggest Birch Street Uptown Lounge! 

Give us a call at 360-834-5722 to reserve today, ask our front desk staff about all the local attractions and amenities! We would love to assist you! 

For more information about downtown Camas happening, please check out Downtown Camas' website, 
https://downtowncamas.com/events-and-festivals/event-list 

by The Camas Hotel Staff on June 13th, 2018

Camas, Washington is a small Columbia River Gorge town that has undergone a transformation. There are lovely large homes dotting the wooded landscape, lake-side trails for a run and a lovely, historic downtown—the setting for our recent girls’ getaway.
On downtown’s NE 4th Avenue you can stroll the tree-shaded streets and stop to shop at antique stores and boutiques. In season, beautiful hanging baskets overflowing with flowers decorate the lampposts.
Where to stay? The small historic Camas Hotel has been lovingly restored and attracts people who just want to relax and enjoy some small town charm. There are local eateries with farm-to-table cuisine and several brewpubs. Things are happening in downtown Camas and the evolution of this town to an upscale destination will delight you....
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by The Camas Hotel Staff on June 11th, 2018

​This month we would love to welcome Hey Jack into the Downtown Camas family! We are so excited to have them here in the downtown area, especially since they are conveniently located right here in the Camas Hotel! Michilin-Star Chef, Peter Rudolf and wine and restaurant industry alum Don Riedthaler came together to create Hey Jack! They will be serving fresh, contemporary American cuisine, prepared with local ingredients that define the pacific northwest. 

For more information on Hey Jack, please read the following article here. Or find them at heyjackitchen.com!
HEY JACK 
​401 NE 4th Ave,
Camas, WA 98607
Phone: (360) 954-5053
Email: info@heyjackkitchen.com

HOURS:
​Dinner: Tues-Sat: 5pm-9pm
Sunday Brunch: 10am-2pm
Closed Mondays
 


by The Camas Hotel Staff on June 11th, 2018

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This is one of the most impressive waterfalls in the entire Gorge region. It's a hidden gem inside the Gifford Pinchot National Forest that few people know about. It's a short walk to a wooden viewing platform perfectly perched for one to marvel at such a unique waterfall. Allow plenty of time to soak in the different combinations of waterfalls and to let your eyes explore the hanging gardens and rich colors of moss. 
  
We recommend coupling this hike with nearby Falls Creek Falls. 

https://gorgefriends.org/hike-the-gorge/panther-creek-falls.html

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