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Eco Friendly Boutique Accommodations at The Coho in Lincoln City
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Crashing waves, cry of seagulls, panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean, warm sand squishing between your toes......

The Coho Oceanfront Lodge is being hailed as one of the best hotels on the Oregon Coast.

The Coho Oceanfront Lodge in Lincoln City recently underwent a multimillion dollar renovation and now features some of the most unique and enjoyable lodging accommodations along the Pacific Coast. 

The newly transformed Coho is a unique oceanfront lodge offering the warm comforts of home with the understated luxuries of a distinguished boutique hotel.

The Coho Oceanfront Lodge is now a beautiful 65 room boutique hotel with units that cater to both families and couples needing a relaxing beach escape.  Most rooms are oceanfront and all are pretty terrific. The new 14-unit guestroom wing features beautifully decorated studios and suites facing the Pacific Ocean.

Here's what Gerry Frank recently wrote for the Oregonian:

One of the most comfortable and convenient coastal lodgings is The Coho Oceanfront Lodge (1635 N.W. Harbor, Lincoln City; 800-848-7006; thecoholodge.com).

It has a brand-new wing featuring spacious rooms and decks overlooking the Pacific, in-room flat-screen TVs and DVDs, a pool, sauna, Jacuzzi, massage service, continental breakfast and more.

Taking the cue from the hard-working owner, Rob Lee, Coho staff members go out of their way to make guests feel wanted. Hotel manager Linda Toler is a charming hostess and even drove into town to retrieve a morning paper (yes, The Oregonian) when the newspaper stand was empty.

The place is spotlessly clean, the beds are luxurious and the rates beginning at $89 are reasonable.

In 2006, the owners made a commitment to fully renovate and reposition the property into a boutique hotel.  The Coho always had amazing views, but the facilities were starting to tire.  Over the next several years, after thorough research, careful planning and several million dollars, The Coho was reborn and is today considered one of the best hotels in the Pacific Northwest.

  • Décor: Modern retro touches with warm coastal palettes and unique local flavors.  Luxury touches abound, such as large stone gas fireplaces, 32” LCD HDTV, Lumicor glass panels, granite-top vanity, imported tiles from Italy, and comfortable deep-seated lounge chairs. Adorned on the guestroom walls are colorful pictures of sea corals and other sea life.
  • Concept:  An upscale boutique hotel with exceptional finishes, breathtaking views, and down-to-earth personalized service.

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The Native American story of Salmon teaches us if we crave for the fruits of the earth, we must respect Mother Nature.  The Coho is committed to doing their part and make a small difference in making this a better, greener planet.  In partnership with the Green Hotels Associations, following are the initiatives The Coho has committed to in being a “Green” hotel:

  • Low-flow sink aerators
  • Low-flow showerhead (2.5 to 3.0 gpm)
  • 1.6 gpm toilet or toilet adaptations
  • Fluorescent lighting
  • Amenities - 100% natural, soy-based ink, vegetable-oil base, and dye-free
  • Paper products - recycled, biodegradable
  • Cleaning products - nontoxic, phosphate-free, biodegradable
  • Hot water - 125-130 degrees F (52-55 degrees C)
  • Linens changed between guests or on request only (towels on floor or in tub)
  • Bamboo-blended towels - natural antibacterial and moisture-wicking qualities.
  • Extra blankets - room can be kept colder on winter nights if guests prefer
  • Laundry detergents - nontoxic, phosphate-free, biodegradable, and recycled packaging
  • Recycling notice for guest involvement
  • Glass water glasses (not plastic)
  • Cloth laundry bags (retired sheets)
  • No Styrofoam usage
  • Pest Control - cleanliness, preventatives, natural, and nontoxic
  • Digital heating thermometers
  • Newly purchased furnishings of nonhardwoods
  • Recycling program in place
  • Hydronic heating system
  • Pacific Power Green E/Blue Sky Program
  • Supporting members of Green Hotels Association

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The Lee family (owners of Coho Oceanfront Lodge) recently purchased the Farmer's Daughter Hotel in Lincoln City and the name is now Inn at Wecoma. Rob Lee, Director of Operations for the Coho and Wecoma, said the place will experience a few changes and additions, including in-room DVD players, a gift shop, business center, and they'll have numerous resources for people to look through to prepare for their adventures.

"We also will be decorating the lobby with a throwback to the 'miracle miles' era and past Lincoln city pictures and photos," Lee said. "All that with a slight modern twist so people of all generations will find it appealing."

Inn at Wecoma is at 945 NW Hwy 101. Lincoln City, Oregon. 800-452-8981. www.innatwecoma.com

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