Otter Rock, Oregon
Your Royal Aloha Vacation Club condominium at Otter Crest offers an escape from the ordinary.
The resort is located amidst a 35-acre evergreen forest and sits above a stretch of coast discovered by Captain James Cook in 1778. Capt. Cook named the region Cape Foulweather, but The Inn’s mailing address is Otter Rock (a tiny town with just a fire station and a school).
The Inn at Otter Crest is oriented to the sea and surrounded by natural wonders.
Relax in this tranquil setting with the Royal Aloha Vacation Club on Oregon’s Central Coast.
Flat Panel TV
Iron and Ironing Board
Fully Equipped Kitchen
Outdoor Heated Pool (Ocean-View)
Whirlpool Spa, Sauna
Tennis, Basketball, Volleyball Courts
Please Note: This location requires a lot of walking and stairs. The resort provides transportation via a golf cart, from the parking lot to your unit and also available to transport guests around the resort upon request. Call the resort for more information.
Activities & Attractions
You’ll find that many of the wonders of the Oregon coast are within walking distance. From the Inn’s front lawn, you’ll see Resident Harbor Seals haul out on the rocks, during the spring and winter migrations, whale sightings may occur, and during the summer and fall months, the central coast is home to several resident Grey Whales who frequent the area in front of the property.
For those who are able to endure flights of stairs, the Inn’s private stairway will lead you to the beach and tide pools, which are accessible at low tide every day. Pick up beautiful colored pebbles or hunt for crabs or clams at the popular Otter Crest Beach or strolling southward from the stairs will take you past a small waterfall to the cave entrance of the Devil’s Punchbowl, a natural formation that can be entered at low tide.
Explore the nearby towns of Depoe Bay, Lincoln City, and Newport, which offer quaint restaurants, art galleries, antique and craft shops, winery tours, and deep-sea fishing charters. The Oregon Coast Aquarium and the Hatfield Marine Science Center in Newport showcase the beauty and diversity of sea life. Oregon’s picturesque coastline beckons you to indulge your love of nature!
Royal Aloha does not have its own staff at the Oregon location. Check-in and other services are provided by the friendly staff of the Inn at Otter Crest.
Check-in Office Address
301 Otter Crest Drive
Otter Rock, Oregon 97369
Check-in Office: (541) 765-2111
Fax: (541) 765-2047
Open 24 Hours
For the shortest route from Portland:
- Take 99W southwest to Newberg and McMinnville.
- Take State Highway 18 to the coast.
- At Neotsu, the highway joins U.S. 101, and it is 15 miles to Depoe Bay.
- Two miles beyond Depoe Bay, look for the Otter Crest Loop, which leads directly to the entrance of The Inn.
- In daytime, allow leisure time to stop at the frequent turnouts between Depoe Bay and Otter Crest. Along this stretch, the highway hugs the coastal cliffs and, at one point, rises to 450 feet above the sea. The turnout nearest The Inn offers the best view. It leads to a Coast Guard station where a vantage point looks directly down upon Otter Rock, rooftops of The Inn, and the magnificent coast beyond.
An alternate route is:
- I-5 South to Highway 34 (Corvallis exit).
- Turn right and head west to Corvallis.
- Take Highway 20 exit and head west to Newport.
- At Newport, turn right onto U.S. 101 and head north.
- It is approximately 8 miles to Otter Rock.
- Take the Otter Crest Loop exit and proceed to the resort.
Check-In: Monday, 4:00 pm*
Check-Out: Monday, 10:00 am
* If you will not be arriving before 6:00 pm Monday, please inform Royal Aloha’s Reservations Department.
Royal Aloha has a no-smoking policy.
Smoking is prohibited inside all RAVC units.
Other than a certified service animal, pets are not
allowed in the unit.
Quiet hours are observed:
Sunday – Thursday: 10:00 pm – 8:00 am
Friday – Saturday: 12:00 midnight – 8:00 am