The Gorge Amphitheatre is a 27,500-seat outdoor concert venue near the Columbia River in George, Washington. According to The Wall Street Journal, the Gorge is considered one of the most scenic concert locations in the world. If you are looking to be one of the 27,5000 people to visit for a show or festival, you will likely need a place to relax and recharge at the end of the day. Here’s a list of Gorge Amphitheater hotels to stay at.
Forty minutes north of Gorge Amphitheater lies Soap Lake Natural Spa & Resort. This unexpected paradise is nestled on the shores of Soap Lake — one of the only natural mineral lakes in the world. Known for its healing and beauty benefits, travelers from all over the world have flocked to Soap Lake since the turn of the century. Their accommodations include luxury log cabins, modern suites, and spacious cottages. The log cabins are beautifully designed and feature amenities like kitchenettes and comfortable Queen and King size beds. One unique feature of the resort is the in-suite Jetted Tubs! They are able to filter in the lake’s mineral water so you can have a DIY spa from the comfort of your room. Further, with the lake only steps away, you can spend your time swimming, kayaking, or relaxing on the resort’s private beach.
Located just outside of Quincy and near The Gorge, the Suites at Crescent Bay Resort offer a great place to relax. For accommodations, they have one and two bedroom luxury suites that have full kitchens, patios with a BBQ, full laundry facilities, Wifi, and electric fireplaces. With the Columbia River just a short walk away, water sports are a main attraction at the resort. Further, they have a state of the art fitness center, tennis court, basketball hoop, and pool and hot tub. If you decide to visit, be sure to stop in their restaurant and wine bar. They serve scratch food with local products whenever possible!
With breathtaking views of their vineyards, the Columbia River, and the gorge, Cave B Inn & Spa Resort is a great Gorge Amphitheater hotel to stay at. They offer 55 guestrooms, including 15 stand-alone Cliff Houses, 12 Cavern Rooms, three suites and 25 desert yurts. Further, they have a dramatic cliffside outdoor swimming pool! Thanks to their richly-varied topography, the resort is made for nature lovers. Whether it’s Nordic skiing or meandering across the property on cruiser bikes, you will be as wonderfully busy as you’d like to be.
Though not technically a hotel, we wanted to add Gorge Camping to the list! It is the only official Gorge Amphitheater campground and whether you want to be in the heart of the action or looking for something more secluded, they have the perfect spot for you. They offer standard camping, premiere camping, glamping, family camping and more. When there’s not a show going on, you can indulge in one of the many on-site food trucks, hiking, and people watching.