Tournament Location & Lodging
HILTON VANCOUVER HOTEL
301 West 6th Street, Vancouver, Washington
360-993-4500 (please call hotel directly)
$107.00 King/Queen ~ Call for Suite prices. To receive this rate you must ask for the "Group rate for Pacific Jewel". *Early departures subject to departure fees.
visit www.hilton.com, type in Vancouver WASHINGTON & hit the Find It button!
RESERVATION Cut-Off Date
April 23, 2012.
The Hilton Vancouver Washington hotel offers 226 boutique style guestrooms exceptionally furnished including "The Serenity Bed by Hilton", a luxury bed with down duvet comforters, and for the business traveler, work desk and high-speed internet access in every room. Hilton Vancouver hotel amenities include our complimentary Fitness Room, indoor pool, self-service Business Center, Room Service, Esther's Espresso (open 5am-8pm) and Deli and The American Bistro and Bar Gray's At The Park, serving Washington's Northwest cuisine for breakfast (6:30am-11am), lunch (11am-2:30pm) and dinner (5pm-11pm). Across the street is Esther Short Park, in the heart of downtown Vancouver, Washington, USA. The Hilton Vancouver hotel is only 10 minutes from downtown Portland which includes attractions such as the Portland Art Museum, Rose Garden Arena, the Oregon Zoo and Portland State University. Nearby historical attractions include the Pearson Air Museum, Fort Vancouver National Historic Site and Officers Row. From the Hilton Vancouver hotel, guests can walk to neighborhood boutiques, art galleries and locally owned restaurants.
A longer stroll takes you to a 3K promenade along the majestic Columbia River with additional shops and river view restaurants and parks. Just across the park, spend free time at the year-round Vancouver Farmers Market. Visit www.vancouverfarmersmarket.com Additional coffeehouses and eateries within walking distance including: Starbucks, Subway and much more!
Scenic drives will take you east into the Columbia George to Multnomah Falls, north to experience the awe of Mt. St. Helens, west to the rugged coastline and south to the Willamette Valley wineries.
For outdoor enthusiasts, the Northwest is full of adventure including hiking, boating, windsurfing, fishing, skiing and snowboarding.