January 22, 2022

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Bend’s Campfire Hotel offers something novel: a winter season pass

The Bend hotel has a pass to stay at the facility, which is good for November through March.

Here’s their news release:

CAMPFIRE HOTEL LAUNCHES NEW LODGING SEASON PASS, PROVIDING UNLIMITED WINTER STAYS AT BEND’S HIPPEST HOTEL FOR AN AFFORDABLE FLAT FEE
Enjoy the amenities of a ski town with a home away from home stay at Bend’s urban basecamp, where the spirit of adventure thrives

(BEND, Ore.) — For those who can’t get enough of Bend’s abundant winter offerings, from skiing and snowboarding to snowshoeing, snowmobiling, and more, Campfire Hotel’s new winter Season Pass provides a unique, convenient, and affordable solution. Offering unlimited stays at Campfire Hotel from November through March, the Season Pass is available at two levels: a midweek option for just $1,250 or an unlimited pass including weekend stays for $2,000. 

“Budgeting multiple ski trips in advance can be a daunting task these days, as hotel rates fluctuate daily,” says Daniel Elder, general manager of Campfire Hotel. “With the Season Pass starting at $1,250, the return on investment adds up quickly, with the added assurance of knowing that your lodging is prepaid and taken care of.”

While the Campfire Hotel Season Pass is geared toward winter outdoor enthusiasts who make frequent trips to Bend, or who don’t want to worry about price gouging or finding last-minute lodging on a powder day, it’s also a convenient option for business travelers who regularly commute to Bend for work. And both audiences will appreciate the free property-wide high speed WiFi, convenient grab-and-go breakfast options, locally roasted coffee in the lobby, and additional on-site amenities.

Season Pass holders will also enjoy Campfire’s intimate yet communal setting, amidst twinkling string lights, multiple outdoor gathering spots, and of course the hotel’s namesake 10-foot fire pit, all in the heart of one of the West’s most popular mountain towns.

By day enjoy easy mountain access with public transportation only steps from the hotel’s front door. By evening, soak in the outdoor hot tub or heated saltwater pool. Weekends often bring up pop-up music through the Campfire Unplugged series or DJ beats in the popular Canteen Bar. Other amenities include the s’mores package to be enjoyed around the fire pit, or the stargazing package featuring Rumpl blankets and buckets of local beer.

“If the past year has taught us anything, it’s that travelers want convenience, flexibility, and value, and the Season Pass provides all three,” says Heather Anderson, director of sales for Campfire Hotel. “Whether you’re a fan of Mt. Bachelor’s long season and deep snowpack, are partial to Hoodoo’s laid-back community vibe, or if you just want to relax and chill while working remotely by the fire, Campfire Hotel has you covered.”

For larger groups, season pass holders can book additional rooms at a 25% discounted room rate. To learn more about the Campfire Hotel Season Pass or to book your next visit at Campfire Hotel, visit www.campfirehotel.com.

About Campfire Hotel

The Campfire Hotel in Bend, Oregon, gives Oregon Camp Culture an urban adventure spin. With 100 freshly renovated and vintage camp-inspired guest rooms, an onsite pool, and plenty of space to store your outdoor gear, you’ll have plenty of space to unpack, unwind, and hang out by the Fire. In addition to the best night of sleep you’ll have in Bend, we offer all our guests: ● 900-sq foot in-ground guests-only swimming pool and hot tub ● Community fire pit for hanging with your crew or meeting new folks ● Canteen lobby bar & café ● Local adventure add-ons for epic outdoor fun ● complimentary use of acoustic Instruments from Breedlove & Dean Guitars● Free local coffee in the lobby, plus a highly-curated Campfire store ● Free guests-only WiFi for planning your daily escapades ● Friendly and knowledgeable staff who double as Bend adventure experts.

Bend’s Campfire Hotel offers something novel: a winter season pass