Updated: December 2017
Seven Feathers Hotel and Casino Review:Last year during a Blazers game I was fortunate enough to catch one of the envelopes that drops from the blimp that circles the inside of the arena during the game. Inside the envelope was a FREE night stay and a $40 dining credit to the Seven Feathers Hotel and Casino in Canyonville, Oregon. I have driven by this casino about 20 times over the last few years but never thought about actually going to it. It's not necessarily a destination for me as I live closer to Portland. We drive back and forth to California several times each year and so I thought, let's get a head start one day and drive the 3 hours. The casino rooms are nice and the lobby is spacious. We did not use valet parking, although that is very convenient since the parking lot is only a few yards away. The room we had reserved was a queen/queen and it was plenty big in size. It overlooked the rooftop of the indoor pool. The guest reception staff was very friendly and they showed us where the pool and casino were located.
The rooms in the Seven Feathers Hotel are very nice, with a new feeling to them. There was a small refrigerator in our room along with the 2 queen beds and a well appointed bathroom. The day we departed, my kids left their swimming goggles and swimsuits in the lobby and we were able to call guest services to tell them we would be back in a few days to pick up the gear. They were very nice about it all and gave us a claim # so we could recover our lost swimming gear. I would definitely say that Seven Feathers Hotel is a good spot to stop off at on I-5 if you are going past. They offer concerts, cage fighting, wine tasting, and other seasonal events right on site. The River Rock Spa is another aspect of the hotel that we have yet to experience but I heard good things about it. You can get a massage, body treatment and more. Of course there is the actual casino. Bingo and keno are some of my favorites, but if you like table games try blackjack or craps. The crowds were light the evening I was on the floor and the dealers were pleasant. Like any modern casino, it seems like the slots or video poker machines outnumber the tables 50 to 1. For around $80/night the Seven Feathers Hotel is a reasonably priced placed to stay with above average food and plenty to do.