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Grass Areas No Open to Pets


We are pleased to announce that our 7th Street Lawn Area is open to all of our four legged guests. So now, pets can chose our partially fenced and graveled area as well as nearly a half acre of green lawn to roam and explore, or to play a game of fetch. Both areas are [...]
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Redwood Hyperion Wins Certificate of Excellence


Today we received some great news from hotel review website TripAdvisor:

TripAdvisor is proud to congratulate Redwood Hyperion Suites on earning the prestigious 2012 Certificate of Excellence award.

Our travelers consistently commend your property with the highest praise, and we recognize your 4 rating as an exceptional achievement.

Only the very best in the business [...]
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Redwood Hyperion Earns AAA 3-Diamond Rating


We are proud to announce that the Redwood Hyperion Suites has been awarded with a Three Diamond Rating by AAA. But what exactly does that mean….

AAA Diamonds — for Easy, Reliable Hotel Selection

The AAA Diamond Rating Process is North America’s premier hotel rating program. Whether you seek simple roadside accommodations or a destination [...]
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World of Wine Event Sponsor 2011


The Redwood Hyperion Suites was a proud sponsor of the World of Wine Event held in Jacksonville, Oregon on August 27th. We had a great time and enjoyed some amazing wine.

The World of Wine (WOW) Festival’s Grand Tasting & Silent Auction is Southern Oregon’s premier wine event showcasing outstanding wines made exclusively with Southern [...]
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Pet Friendly Grants Pass


As a loving pet parent we know how hard it can be to leave an important member of the family behind when you travel. There is no need to fret if your destination is Grants Pass, OR. Here’s a list of our favorite things to do when we travel through Grants Pass with our four [...]
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Wine Review: Schmidt Family 2008 Syrah


Hey there Southern Oregon wine lovers! Last night I tried the Schmidt Family Vineyard 2008 Syrah.

It is really nice stuff. The color is bright ruby and smells like cinnamon and spice. I thought the wine was super juicy and tasted like mature dark fruits and black pepper. My wife thought it was, “spicy, but [...]
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The Insider’s Guide to Oregon Wine Country


Whether you’re a casual taster or a connoisseur, we’ve got the essential stops in wine country.

WE PORTLANDERS ARE LUCKY to live less than an hour from hundreds of top-notch wineries in the Willamette Valley—and it’s only a few more hours to Southern Oregon’s winemaking region—but that doesn’t mean it can’t be daunting to navigate [...]
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