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The Coho Oceanfront Lodge (formerly the Coho Inn) unveiled completion of a multimillion-dollar guestrooms renovation. “With the renovation and repositioning, it is today a newly transformed oceanfront lodge offering the warm comforts of a home away from home, and the understated luxuries of a distinguished boutique hotel,” says Rob Lee, the director of operations at The Coho Oceanfront Lodge.
Led by a renowned interior designer, Ankrom Moisan Architects, the redesign of The Coho has restored this locally owned and operated hotel into a fresh, modern retro boutique that captures the beach palette, while bringing alive the coastal flavors.
“It always had amazing views, and after thorough research, careful planning and several million dollars, The Coho has been reborn and today is considered one of the best hotels along the Pacific Coast,” says Tim Crenshaw, the hotel manager. The Coho’s modernized and contemporary guestrooms now feature plush amenities and finishes such as gas fireplaces, 32-inch LCD HDTV, HD DVD players, Ipod docking-station clock radios, Lumicor glass panels, imported tiles from Italy, comfortable deep-seated lounge chairs, and colorful photographs of sea corals and other sea life.
Along with the facilities renovation, there will be a multitude of upcoming expanded services at The Coho, including in-room massage by Back in Touch, wine tasting/social hours, gourmet coffee service with daily fresh-ground Sisters Brewing Coffee, and free homemade cookies available in the lobby.
The Coho is also undertaking an expansion in June 2009, which will add 14 oceanfront rooms and suites, a lookout deck with fire pits and seating area, and a public lookout park to the south of the existing facilities.
The Coho is a member of the Oregon Q Care program, with 100 percent of its front-desk associates having successfully gone through the quality certification process.