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WorldMark Depoe Bay

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939 NW Highway 101, Depoe Bay, OR 97341, United States
+1 541 765 7600

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WorldMark Depoe Bay
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9.2/10 Excellent
Based on 230 reviews

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  • Spacious rooms
  • Friendly service
  • Well-maintained rooms
  • Great view

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  • 0.6 mi Whale Watching Center
  • 0.6 mi Tradewinds Charters
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Home to the world's smallest natural navigable harbor, Depoe Bay is a true Oregon Coast treasure. Rich with history and sightseeing, it's popular with outdoor enthusiasts of all kinds. Whether deep-sea fishing, waterskiing, windsurfing, kite flying, hiking, boating, horseback riding, or mountain biking is your passion, it's all there. Foodies love the local cuisine, focused on fresh-caught seafood and seasonal ingredients. Candy makers and art galleries line the streets with Tanger Outlets nearby, offering up the local scene to anyone that wants it. WorldMark Depoe Bay features spacious two- and three-bedroom resort suites that comfortably sleep six to eight guests and feature one king bed in the master rooms with a queen or two twin beds in the guest rooms and a sleeper sofa in the living area. You are sure to appreciate the privacy of separate bedrooms, the economy of a fully equipped kitchen, and the convenience of a washer/dryer in each suite. Plus, a whirlpool tub (in most suites), seperate living and dining areas with fireplace and a balcony or terrace with barbecue grill are all comforts that would be hard to find in an average hotel. Perched on the coast, Oregon lodging reaches perfection in the whale-watching capital of the Northwest. Watch them breach from your private balcony. Depoe Bay, Oregon is truly one of the most beautiful and most photographed places in North America. A global whale-watching destination where jagged cliffs and old-growth forests tower over crashing azure waters.

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