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Stay minutes from the Pendleton Round-up Rodeo at the pet-friendly Econo Lodge hotel in Pendleton, OR, located near the intersection of Interstate 84 and US Highway 395.We are near a number of cultural, outdoor and recreational attractions, including Pendleton Underground Tours, Wildhorse Casino, Umatilla National Forest and Pendleton Woolen Mills.The Spout Springs Ski Area and Lehman Hot Springs are just over an hour from the hotel. A selection of restaurants is within walking distance of the premises, including a Dennys located on-site.Hotel features and amenities include free continental breakfast, free coffee and free local calls.All rooms feature a coffee maker, refrigerator and cable television.We look forward to your stay at the Econo Lodge hotel travelers in Pendleton, OR.

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Primary Phone: (541) 276-8655

Phone: (541) 276-8655

TollFree: (877) 424-6423

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amex, discover, master card, visa, debit, all major credit cards, diners club

Econo Lodge Pendleton

Choice Hotels International Inc.

Hotels, Lodging, Motels, Corporate Lodging
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Wi-Fi: Free


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My husband and I stopped in for a quick sleep on our way to Salt Lake City from Seattle for my son's wedding. In the morning, I took off my wedding ring and set it on the night stand. As I did this, I thought, DO NOT FORGET IT! Well, I did. As I was driving I noticed my ring wasn't on my finger. So, within 3 hours of leaving the hotel, my husband called to have them put it in a safe for me until our drive back when I could pick it up. When my husband called, he spoke with Jeremy who was very sorry and said she