LOGE Entrada is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Bend, offering a family-friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Deschutes River Trail (2.8 mi) and Old Mill District (2.9 mi), guests of LOGE Entrada can easily experience some of Bend's most well known attractions.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as air conditioning and a refrigerator, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
The property also features a pool and free breakfast to make your visit even more pleasant. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Pastini, Flatbread Neopolitan Pizzeria, and Bend Pizza KItchen, which are some Italian restaurants that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
If you’re looking for something to do, Pilot Butte State Scenic Viewpoint, Drake Park, and Shevlin Park are a nice way to spend some time.
Enjoy your stay in Bend!
I booked LOGE 2 nights October 29th and 30th to get away from the Eugene rain and mountain bike on dry trails. I love that LOGE caters to mountain biking. I like the IDEA of LOGE Bend and I had a good stay but ONLY because I can overlook things. This is my 2nd stay and plain and simple, the room was dirty both times. I cleaned the floor myself with a towel and the toilet with a wash cloth. Small rooms should be a cinch to clean. None of the amenities work. " sorry,I don't know why the bike cleaning station water doesn't work. You can use the hose over there." "Yeah, the fire pits aren't working right." The staff were friendly enough and the coffee is good but someone needs to care about clean rooms and fixing things. The reading light on my bed headboard was broken, one of the light bulbs over the couch was burned out. The floor was so dirty it was comical, especially under the couch. The dust on the utility box next to the sink was so dusty it looked like micro fiber. I got a partial refund last time. I'm not asking for one this time. My stay was good and I was out riding all day for 3 days. I hope they can bring things up to par. I'd hate to see it go away.…
We were big fans of LOGE Camps and have visited the LOGE Bend location about 4-5 times over the last two years. However, this recent visit will sadly be our last due to cleanliness issues and overall poor room conditions. We were especially excited to finally book the king sauna room and although on our last visit (October 2020) we felt the room had some cleanliness issues, we decided it must have been a one-off and excitedly booked our return trip. We arrived late around 11:30PM after a 7+ hour drive. As we unpacked and got settled, we were immediately turned off by the dirty room and poor room conditions. The shower curtain was not hung properly and had pink algae/mold on the bottom, the toilet bowl was yellow and dirty, there was toothpaste splattered on the mirror, there were stains on the cushion on the dresser, the curtains were dirty and nearly black near the loop holes, the window was wide open and the TV was on (we actually thought we may have entered an occupied room by accident). A LOGE sticker was slapped on the remote to keep the batteries in place, the jacuzzi tub was cracked and old, and the mattress was stained. There were no signature MIIR coffee mugs, missing toilet paper (later found a roll on a dusty shelf), and the extension cords near the bed looked like a fire hazard. General wear & tear included chipped paint, scuffed walls and general dingy feel. What had happened to our funky, outdoorsy hotel? We loved how the LOGE team was bringing life back into abandoned motels. We are fans of the Westport, Leavenworth (both) and Breck locations. We especially loved the vibe at Bend, and overall convenience of bringing in bikes, skies and snowboards. But this recent trip showed us that without constant TLC and a well-trained cleaning staff, these motels can quickly turn back into what they were originally. The next morning, we packed it up and spoke with the guy at the cafe/front desk. He exemplified great customer service. Apologized genuinely, offered to move us to another room (we politely declined) and said he would refund us the entire stay with a promise that a manager would be in touch with us. It has been 5+ hours since we left with no reply yet from the manager, but we're hopeful they will do the right thing as I imagine we cannot be the only ones experiencing the fast decline of this hotel. We really hope the management team at LOGE works fast to reverse the issues here because we'd hate to see this gem continue to decline.…
I have stayed at Loge twice this month. The atmosphere, encouraging interaction with others and a relaxed setting, appealed to me. The design of the rooms is unique and tasteful - in an outdoorsy sort of way. The cost is much more reasonable than other places in Bend. It is located just at the edge of Bend. You can take one of the bikes and explore the trails by the lodge. There is some food at the lodge; Tetherow Golf Resort with 2 restaurants is about 1/2 mile away. You can rent a folding kayak or SUP at the front desk.
It took three different key pad numbers from reception desk in restaurant as the original that was emailed and texted to us didn't work. Two young employees came over and got it opened but the safety lock was latched so couldn't get in. I guess they weren't "stoked" to see us as their email and text/ email said. This is a place for 20 something skiers and Mtn bikers who probably don't mind bath towels with holes and stained pillow cases in and a slow draining single sink. The hammock was a nice rest one afternoon after a hike on the trails next to the parking lot. If you stay here in the winter to ski up the road there is a portable plug in heater. We appreciated the great hot shower.
The rooms are basic but one thing I noticed right away is that the hotel has done away with all the "amenities" I never use in a hotel room (no dresser, no phone, no alarm clock, no random chairs) and replaced them with actual useful things (bottle opener, camp blanket, multiple ports to charge electronics). Then there was the hammock, which provide a good 20 minutes of entertainment as we tried to get in it while not falling off the bed. The walls are thin, though, and our neighbors were not quiet. Cell service in the room was practically nonexistent. Our phones would ring inside but we had to go outside to get a signal strong enough to be heard by the people on the other end of the call. And, the reception for the tv was so poor we just gave us trying to watch it.