The Shilo Inn Suites – Salem is conveniently located off Interstate 5, near the State’s capital buildings and Oregon State’s Fairgrounds. Whether traveling for business or pleasure, Salem is a great place to visit and may become your favorite destination for the whole family. Kids under 18 always stay free with an adult at Shilo Inns. Dogs welcome with nominal fee.
ADA compliant rooms available, call 800-222-2244 for details or use comments field online to reserve
Coffee Available in the Lobby
Free Breakfast for Guests
Free Parking for Guests
Guest Laundry: Washers & Dryers
High Speed Internet Access
Meeting and Banquet Rooms Available
Sauna and/or Steam Room
This Hotel Is 100% Smoke Free
Alarm Clock Radio or Call the Front Desk to Request a Wake-Up Call
Cribs/Play Pens Available upon Request
Free Local Calls and/or Voicemail.
Make Shilo your first choice for a small gathering or executive off-site meeting. Our knowledgeable staff will assist you with all your planning needs including room setup and audio visual presentation. If you want food and beverage service, we can offer a list of preferred vendors to contact.
The first settlers came to the banks of the Silver Creek, following timber and water power, in the 1800s. In 1846, James Smith and John Barger established a sawmill on the creek and a small settlement, Milford, began to grow. In 1854, Milford was abandoned and the businesses that had started there moved downstream to the current site of the city of Silverton.
The Bush House Museum is nested among natural groves of old oak trees in a gracious pastoral setting that served as a gentleman’s farm for the Bush family. It was the home of pioneer Asahel Bush II, a key figure in the early politics of Oregon and in the development of Salem as Oregon’s capital city.