Extended Stay Hotel
All the benefits of home, with less to worry about
Make Yourself Comfortable, and Stay Awhile!
Book your stay at The Cerulean Hotel and take advantage of our new Extended Stay Program! Enjoy a furnished studio at an exceptional price that includes free utilities, cable and wi-fi services for you to enjoy. A long-term hotel stay with us means you won’t have to pay extra on monthly bills, including electricity, gas, water, cable and internet. That could mean a savings of several hundred dollars each month! At Cerulean, when you stay longer... you save more. Learn more about our Stay Longer, Save More discounts here.
Each of our fully furnished, pet-friendly suites features a fully equipped kitchen with a refrigerator, microwave, toaster and coffee maker. Guests may use our on-site guest laundry (open 24/7) and housekeeping services available. Sit by the pool in the middle of summer or explore the downtown area only a short drive away from our location.
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Discover Klamath Falls, also known as Oregon's playground. Just under an hour's drive to Crater Lake National Park. Visitors come from all over the world to visit Klamath County's year-long outdoor activities. Including hiking, biking, rafting, ice skating, fishing, hunting and of course world-class bird watching at our sister property, Running Y Ranch Resort.
"This has become our go to hotel when visiting Klamath Falls. The hotel is clean, in a good location, and reasonably priced. It is also dog friendly without extra cost. There are restaurants and shops near by and easy access to the freeway. The staff is friendly and ready to help if needed. Definitely will be staying here again."
KLAMATH FALLS' BEST VALUE HOTEL
BALDWIN HOTEL MUSEUM
"Fascinating place, great and very patient guides, themed rooms filled with history. Loved it!!!! It is wonderful that historic old places like this are valued by the community."