McMenamins Grand Lodge
Built in 1922, this former Masonic & Eastern Star rest home has been transformed into unique hotel rooms, restaurants and small bars, secret passageway, spa and heated soaking pool and expansive grounds and gardens.
In the summer of 2022, the Grand Lodge Concert in the Grove began, bringing in national recording artists such as Fitz and the Tantrums, Amos Lee and others, to perform on the Grand Lodge’s front lawn.
Steeped in history and art, the Grand Lodge has a story to tell. From the Foundation level that collectively represents McMenamins’ inspirational influences from the likes of Jerry Garcia, J.R.R. Tolkien and Bob McMenamin. To the photos and stories on the walls throughout, showcasing the history of the community, the land and the people who once lived in the area.
Recharge in one of the 90 guest rooms, featuring whimsical artwork and original porcelain sinks. Choose one of the rooms on the 3rd floor where each room is named after a literary passage or book and then find the secret passageway that leads you back downstairs. Guests may choose from rooms with private baths, or shared common private bathrooms down the hall.
After a meal in the Ironworks Grill, a gathering space for meals since 1922, meander the property where you may come across the Doctor's Office Bar, where pool tables beckon. Or seek out the outdoor fire pits at Pat’s Corner, where the records spin and McMenamins handcrafted beer, wine or cocktails are available to choose from.
And don’t miss the heated outdoor soaking pool nestled among the greenery, open year-round, which pairs well with a massage, manicure or other restorative wellness options at Ruby’s Spa.