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Location


Valley River Inn
In the Willamette Ballroom from 5:30 PM to 9:30 PM

1000 Valley River Way
Eugene, Oregon 97401
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(541) 743-1000
(800) 543-8266

Located in the Heart of the Willamette Valley…

Although you feel like you’re miles away, Valley River Inn is conveniently located in Eugene, Oregon, in the heart of the city. The Willamette River, Eugene’s largest shopping mall, and miles of scenic bike paths are just outside the doors. The hotel is just minutes away from downtown, the Eugene Airport, the Lane Event and Sports Center, and the University of Oregon.

Directions


Directions From I-5

From I-5 to exit 194b (I-105 west), then take second exit marked #1 Delta Hwy/Santa Clara – Junction City. Merge to the right lane and take the 1st exit to Valley River Center. Get into the left lane as you are coming over the overpass. At the bottom of the overpass there is a four-way lighted intersection: turn left onto Valley River Way. Follow to the end, on the left.

Directions From Airport

Leaving the airport terminal, turn right onto Greenhill road. At the four-way stop turn left onto Airport road.

Follow to the end and turn right onto Highway 99. Go about 1.5 miles to Beltline road east (right hand on-ramp) follow Beltline east to the Delta Highway exit. Exit off of Delta Highway, take the Valley River Center Exit. Take the center lane at the exit. There will be a four- way lighted intersection. Go straight through onto Valley River Way and follow to the end, on the left.

Area Transportation


Valley River Inn is conveniently located on the Lane Transit District bus line. There is also complimentary shuttle service to and from the airport. Rental cars are also available at the airport, or you may arrange for one through the concierge. The concierge is also happy to help you with taxicabs and other transportation needs.

Besides being a great destination hotel, Valley River Inn is also the perfect stop-over point when traveling up and down the I-5 highway. We’re just a two-hour drive south of Portland, three hours north of Ashland (home of the popular Shakespeare Festival), and four hours north of the California border.