By Tammi Cline
Photo gallery would like to welcome you to book a fun and memorable get away to Salem, Oregon. The capitol city of the State of Oregon, Salem offers travelers a unique and unforgettable experience, as the beauty of the state opens its arms before you.
Founded in 1842 and nestled in the heart of the Willamette Valley, the city of Salem offers countless top rated historical museums and homes, theaters, art museums, wineries, and restaurants catering to and welcoming travelers of any age. suggests you begin your sightseeing tour at the Oregon State House. Built in 1938, the State House is the hub of the political community and standing strong and bold atop the building, representing the first settlers, is the famous Golden Pioneer statue, clad in layers of super thin, fine sheets of 23k gold. recommends experiencing the State House through the many informative tours offered daily by the visitor’s center.
During your stay in Salem, also encourages you to take in the beauty and the awe of the historic Deepwood Estate, a Victorian style home that dates back to the 1800’s and includes just over 5 acres of bountiful, fragrant gardens and woodlands. Salem’s historic Elsinore Theater, which opened in 1926, is another must see on your tour destination. The theater, with its castle-like, gothic appearance, gave way to many up and coming performers on its stage such as; Clark Gable and Edgar Bergen and holds a great deal of significant historical values. Exclusive tours are available and will gladly link you to all the vital information you need to help make your traveling and visiting experience hassle free and complete.
Rounding out your visit to Salem, Oregon, wants to help indulge your curiosities by recommending a stop to see the premier historical attraction of the area known as Mission Mill Museum. Built in 1889, the museum features; the working displays of a woolen mill, a water and power interpretive exhibit, numerous artifacts and relics of yesteryear, workshops, living history, influential speakers, hands on activities, and a variety of festivals and events.  Incorporated onto the site, many of Salem’s oldest and most unique buildings, homes and structures have been relocated to become what is now the newest and most exciting Mission Mill Museum ever. Salem is also home to the Hallie Ford Museum of Art, which is the second largest art museum in the state, featuring Native American, Northwest European, and Asian art.
Located 2 miles southeast from downtown is Salem’s Municipal Airport (SLE), located on 751 acres and home to the Oregon Army’s National Guard, Salem’s airport, also known as McNary field, recently expanded its passenger terminals to ensure the utmost comfort and ease to accommodate travelers. Approximately 60 miles from Salem’s airport is the Portland International Airport (PDX). can help you complete your journey to the beautiful capitol city of Salem, Oregon with ease and confidence. Book your next vacation with by using the following link for flights ( can also help you with hotel reservations. Just click here ( to view our hotel finder to search the best deals in the area.
Hotels in Salem
By Francisca Ramirez
DoubleTree by Hilton Salem, OR
1590 Weston Court NE, Salem, OR
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Nestled in Oregon’s Willamette Valley - an area of historical importance in the development of the nation’s westward expansion – is Salem’s DoubleTree by Hilton. With a location in the most populous area of the state, this DoubleTree is conveniently located near destinations ranging from vineyards and orchards to corporate and state government offices. Check-in time is 3 p.m., and the hotel provides both luggage storage and luggage holding services.

Newly-renovated accommodations greet guests at the Salem DoubleTree. A standard room is fully furnished with hypoallergenic down pillows on either a king or two queen-sized beds. A 40-inch flat-screen HDTVs provides over 60 channels, and complimentary internet access and remote printing services are also provided. Among the comforts of home available in a standard room, each also offers an additional seating areas with sofas and ottomans, daily newspaper delivery, ergonomic workspaces and large vanity areas.

A 1,500 square-foot meeting area is available for business or other events hosted directly inside the DoubleTree.  And after a day of attending to business or touring local attractions, guests can take a swim or relax in the hotel’s pool, or work up a sweat in the fitness room. The game lobby offers, among other entertainment, chess tables and comfortable, well-lit areas for reading, as well as common areas furnished with sofas and fireplaces. The Press NW Bistro and Bar offers everything from brunch to evening nightcaps seven days a week from 6:30 a.m. to 10 p.m., and those seeking snacks or other convenience items can visit the hotel’s 24-hour Pavilion Market.

Guests can breakfast before or after the 11 a.m. checkout time. With a location in the state capitol and close proximity to Silver City State Park, Enchanted Forest Theme Park, and the scenic gardens and vineyards of the area, there’s much to explore while staying at the Salem DoubleTree by Hilton. Book your experience today (