Luxurious accomodations at Atticus Hotel. Photo by @melissarighero
Finely crafted furnishings complement original artistic pieces from local artists.
Personal bars featuring French press, electric water kettle and kitchen and barware.
A restaurant and bar, fitness room, Dutch style bicycles and electric car charging stations.
These are just some of the amenities that make the historic 36-room Atticus Hotel a super luxury hotel destination surrounded by wine country in McMinnville, Oregon.
“At the Atticus Hotel, we stitch together a welcoming tapestry of amenities — from grand details like fireplaces in every room, to small touches like locally sourced teas and coffees — to help you enjoy Oregon luxury in its purest form,” explains the hotel website.
More than 700 vineyards and 530 producers are spread among the Willamette valley’s six American Viticultural Areas, which vary in terms of climate, soil type, elevation and the character of the resulting wines.
No two rooms are alike at Atticus Hotel, which features Willamette Valley’s only luxury bunkhouse and a penthouse with balcony, two private bedrooms, fireplace and “curated book selection.”