Village Inn - Springfield44.0634, -122.9967
The 2-star Village Inn is situated a mere 7 km away from Museum of Natural and Cultural History .
The hotel is set within a 30-minute walk from the city center.
Guests can reach Village Inn from Eugene airport within 25 minutes' drive.
There are 66 non-smoking rooms at Village Inn feature complimentary wireless internet, climate control, a private safe, a fridge and a DVD player. A microwave and coffee/tea makers are also provided for self-catering.
Eat & Drink
Guests will enjoy Italian and American cuisine of Izzy's pizza bar & classic, which is about 100 meters away.
The on-site comforts include free self parking, a cash machine and a convenience shop.
The property indulges guests with a hot tub and a sauna as well as a gym and a fitness centre.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
Public parking is possible on site for free.
Number of rooms: 66.
On-site car park
Bar/ Lounge area
Outdoor swimming pool
Indoor swimming pool
Sports & Fitness
- Fitness centre
- Wedding services
- Newspaper service
- Bar/ Lounge area
- Business centre
- Game room
Spa & Leisure
- Indoor swimming pool
- Outdoor swimming pool
- Garden area
- Air conditioning
- Tea and coffee facilities
Rooms and availability
360 sq. feet
1 King-size bed
In the Room
360 sq. feet
2 King-size beds
In the Room
- City landmarks
Convenient location in Springfield. Seemed like a safe location. Provides breakfast though we ended up going out with friends instead.
Non-smoking room smelled of old cigarette smoke. Unfortunately, hotel was booked and unable to change rooms. We paid more than I normally would for this class of hotel, but there was a Ducks game that night and hotels were full and prices inflated all over town. On a non game night this hotel would probably be a better value, but if you are sensitive to cigarette smoke, stay somewhere else.
Great value. Beds were fairly comfortable. Large rooms. Not luxurious by any stretch, but I'm happy with what we got for the money.
Don't expect much out of the continental breakfast - there was very little. However, I still consider our stay a good one.
I made reservations a few weeks in advanced and was given an upstairs room. I requested a well lit area near the office...I guess that I should have explained in more detail. There were several on ground floor rooms near the office that should have been reserved for me. When checking in, I mentioned that I was military and asked about that discount. I was told that I had already gotten it. I made reservations online and there was nothing about military discount mentioned so that was not a true statement by the gal who checked me in.
Great staff, really super. Easy online scheduling. Quiet rooms. Reasonable rates.
Unfortunately, we based our trip on this Village Inn from past visits many years ago. First, let us say...your staff, very helpful, very friendly and tried the best we assume with what was at their means to do so. My husband and I had just completed our last leg of a travel trip between portland-Corvalls-Eugene and back to Corvallis. We had to gather family for a graduation at OSU, plus be in Eugene for our daughters training as a senior counselor for kids. Needless to say, by the time we were done for the day at Eugene, we went to Village Inn where our reservations were made. Addy was the wonderful young lady who not only kept our room secured until we got there (near midnight), but gave us a nice quite room. However by the time we checked in, turned the air on (it had been 80 degrees that day...) and took our showers...the A/C never came on. Even with calling your kind staff, they assured us to wait, it would kick in. Now it's 1am...the air never came on, we were already unpacked, showered and in pjs. We just gave us went to sleep. However our bed was quite odd in the "creaking" and "crunchy" sounds it made when you moved. Like newspaper was stuffed in the mattress. Again, 10 hours of driving, arriving at midnight, no air...we gave up and one of us slept on the couch. We had set aside apples and fruit bars for a breakfast and found that ants had covered our night stand and counters. We mentioned this at check out, but other than a quick apology, nothing was further mentioned regarding lack of air and sleeping in a sweltering room, a crackling, noisy mattred pad or worst of all, the ants. That's just unsightly and uncleaned. We remember the Village Inn as being reasonable price and clean. We just needed a good nights sleep after getting our family ready for the college grad day the following morning. But, the hotel is lacking in much needed updates, some modern mattress, working A/C and please, get rid of those ants!
I was very happy with my stay @ the Village Inn, and will recommend them to friends. The price is reasonable,the food good,staff friendly and the rooms clean..I like having coffee in the room and microwave.
The only suggestion I would make is that you provide more fruit at the continental breakfast.
The staff was friendly and helpful. The room was what I expected for what I was paying and it was clean and adequate for a quick stay to the area.
Controlling the temperature in the room was difficult because it was either really hot with the ac off or very cold when you turned the ac which made it hard to sleep.
The location was good. We loved the restraunt right there. The staff was very friendly. The Village Inn served its purpose for this trip.
We were suposed to have a 2 queen beds and i dont think they were queen beds me and my husband couldnt fit in the bed and we are not large.
clean comfortable and very very nice rooms
We enjoyed our stay, rooms were very clean, great price. We would come back to Villiage Inn.
Location and price, and the afternoon and evenig staff. We will be coming back up to the Springfield-Eugene Area again in March for a medical appt and will be again booking at the Village Inn. By the way the Cottage House next door is an excellent place to eat and the 10% discount on meals really helps with the expenses of traveling.
Please consider removing loveseats and putting recliners in the rooms or at least a portion of the rooms should have recliners. . I think this would defintely help some of your travelers especially those who have had surgery and not able to sleep in a bed.
I like the location of the Inn to the Hospital. The Inn does need to post a sign that says their is a step up into the room. I fell flat of my face the first time I entered into the room. I am a sixty eight yr old woman. I only suffered bruising. I would like to thank the Inn for letting me have my pet. Thank you Shelby Eichman
Convience to shopping, hospital, restraunts, comfrotable rooms with lots of amenities, like iron, ironing board, mirrors, microwave, fridge, blow dryer, etc. Comfortable king size bed, and a coffee pot, with plenty of coffee grounds.
Limited breakfast choice - no peanut butter.
Our car had battery trouble and they had room for us.
They said it was a nonsmoking room but it reeked and hurt our throats!
- Location, friendly staff, affordable price, beds are fairly comfortable, microwave oven, portable refrigerator, quiet rooms, and bigger room space - also close to fastfood stores and other restaurants
- My gps (tomtom) consistently fails to locate this motel; - unpleasant smell (e.g. urine?) in the room given to us - bath soap has an unpleasant smell so be sure to bring/buy your own toiletries