Hotel Zephyr and Valley River Inn Team Up to Offer Bay to River Tour

Zephyr Hotel, seen here, has teamed up with Valley River Inn to offer the Bay to River tour.

Hotel Zephyr in San Francisco, and Valley River Inn in Eugene, OR are teaming up to offer the Bay to River tour when guests stay one or nights at both hotels. The tour, also called the “drive the coast,” is designed for those who want to explore the Pacific or Oregon Coast Highway. 

This trip is an additional package that can be added on to a stay and will take guests on a bike tour across the Golden Gate Bridge and offers passes to complimentary wine tastings at LaVelle Vineyards, Noble Estate, and King Estate in the Willamette Valley, Oregon region.

Hotel Zephyr is a boutique hotel and one of the few on the water in Fisherman's Wharf. It has 361 guestrooms, many with balconies. Rooms offer views of the San Francisco Bay and cityscape, Golden Gate Bridge, and Fisherman’s Wharf. The hotel is located close to Pier 39, Ghirardelli Square, and the Alcatraz ferry. There are community spaces throughout the property including a Game Room and outdoor lounge and event space. 

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Eugene's Valley River Inn is a riverfront hotel that offers 257 rooms, including suites. The hotel is next to the Willamette River and offers and outdoor pool, indoor whirlpool, 24 hour fitness center, and SweetWaters on the River, an award winning Pan-Pacific Northwest restaurant. Located nearby is the Autzen Stadium, wineries and breweries, and the Valley River Center offering shopping and dining options.

The Bay to River tour package starts at $209 per night. The offer is available now through September 11.

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