With a scenic location right on the Columbia River and primo perks like on-site dining and free Wi-Fi, the Red Lion Inn Vancouver at the Quay is the savvy our guest's choice. Each of this three-story hotel's 160 rooms features free Wi-Fi, a refrigerator, a microwave and a desk. Rise and dine at the full-service restaurant and lounge overlooking the water. Punch the clock in the business center, kick it up a notch in the fitness room or simmer in the sauna. There is a seasonal heated outdoor pool, a seasonal outdoor hot tub and a game room that offer fun for the whole family. Express check-out and laundry facilities are available for added convenience. There's also a complimentary airport shuttle, and pets are welcome for an added fee. Located right on the Columbia River and next to the Waterfront Renaissance Trail, the Red Lion is just off I-5 in downtown Vancouver. Walk to shops, restaurants, the Vancouver Farmer's Market or the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra in five minutes. You're one mile from the Clark County Historical Museum, Fort Vancouver or the Victorian homes along Officer's Row. Head 15 minutes south to check out downtown Portland or cruise one hour east for a day trip to the Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center Museum in Stevenson. Portland International Airport is 11 miles away. The Red Lion Inn Vancouver at the Quay's "great amenities," "nice restaurant and lounge" and "very spacious" rooms with "fancy bathrooms" make it an ideal place for our guests.
There is a $20 one time pet fee per room. There is a $15 pet fee for R&R members, and the R&R program is free to sign up.
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