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REGION 2: CENTRAL COAST THE LANDING AT NEWPORT The Landing at Newport offers a peaceful vacation retreat. You can feel the tension leave your body as the glowing sun slowly slips beneath the ocean beyond Yaquina Bay Bridge. The view from your balcony is stunning; the fishing fleet glides homeward through the bay and the marina’s pleasure craft create a pleasing tableau as you sip your evening cocktail, “We offer true peace and tranquility here, and everything moves at a slower pace,” explained General Manager Dee Shannon. “It’s one of Newport’s most peaceful getaways with beautiful views that really sell this place. Our amenities are simple: cleanliness, friendliness, peace, and tranquility.” The concept behind The Landing at Newport combines a 52-unit resort hotel with condominium ownership. It is selfmanaged and provides its guests and owners with 24-hour frontdesk service,housekeeping, and maintenance services. “We offer studios, one, two bedroom, and three bedroom, fully equipped, fully-furnished condos; it’s like an apartment and all units are non-smoking, and we have designated pet units.” WWW.OREGONTRAVELCOUNCIL.COM Hotel guests and owners enjoy free Wifi, cable television with premium HBO channels, a fitness center, business center, a conference room, movie rentals, and a friendly and professional staff. Other amenities consist of a large patio with a gazebo, BBQ's, crab cookers, spectacular views, and sufficient seating for up to 75 guests. Located on the north end of the historic Bayfront, guests can walk to the many shops and fine-dining restaurants along the waterfront. In addition, there are many other attractions, “We’re right across the bay from the Oregon-Coast Aquarium, the Hatfield Marine Science Center, The Performing-Arts Center, and when you’re looking out of your unit, you are looking at NOAA ships and the fishing fleets,” added Shannon. Please go to the Website for more information. 41