Albany is located at the convergence of the Willamette and Calapooia Rivers in northwestern Oregon. It is 25 miles south of Salem and 45 miles north of
downtown Eugene. All Albany hotels are east of downtown near I-5, Exit 233 at US 20 or near I-5, Exit 234 at Knox Butte Road and 99E.
The I-5 hotels below are shown in exit number order.
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"Hotel room was nice. Enjoyed the indoor pool and sauna. All the employees were friendly, and there were even fresh cookies at check-in. Good breakfast with plenty of selections. I'd stay again.2015-03-07"
"I spent 4 days at this hotel. It was set back from the highway, so there was no traffic noise. Easy access to Oregon State University and downtown, and there were lots of restaurants nearby. The staff was kind, helpful, and made my stay comfortable. Great breakfast bar and coffee. When my car wouldn't start, the employees gave me a jump.2018-09-24"
"This hotel needed a lot of work. The walls were dark and dirty, and the pillows were so flat that even folding them in half didn't help. Clean bathroom, but the bathtub was too slippery. OK breakfast, but I'd prefer not having to make my own waffle. Stay someplace else.2017-02-05"
"Not worth the price. This was the dirtiest motel I've ever stayed in and needed a complete makeover. The mattress and bedding were old and had holes. The carpet was old and stained, and there was no coffee pot. The bathtub had mold, and there wasn't enough hot water. The housekeepers were nice, and the restaurant and bar were OK. Don't stay here.2017-07-30"
We order the hotels on this page by how close they are to this attraction.
Most of our competitors order these same hotels in other ways that make them more money.
How Do We Define Motel?
To us, motels are smaller lodgings that have rooms you can enter directly from the parking area.
At hotels, on the other hand, you can enter your room only through a hall inside the building.
Hotel Booking Tips
Beware of non-refundable reservations that could cost you a lot of money if you change or cancel them. +Non-refundable reservations are a gamble that will usually save you less than $10. If you make a $90 non-refundable reservation instead of a $100 refundable booking, you are betting $90 to win $10. Would you do that in Las Vegas? -
Don't assume you can cancel a non-refundable reservation without penalty if you notify the hotel weeks or even months in advance. +Often you cannot because some hotels' profit strategy is to get paid more than once for the same room for the same night. -
Always read cancellation policies carefully before you make a reservation. + When is the latest date and time you can cancel without penalty? - More >
When you make a reservation, you will receive a confirmation email. Take a copy with you to the hotel.
The earlier in the afternoon you check into a hotel, the more likely you will get a room or suite that matches your preferences.