Best Western Plus Vintage Valley Inn
911 Vintage Valley Pkwy, Zillah, WA 98953-9608
Phone: 509/829-3399 | Fax: 509/829-3428 | 69 Rooms
Check Out Time: 11:00 AM | Check In: 3:00 PM | Online Reservations
The Yakima Valley is well-known for its wines and agriculture; however, our location in Zillah is ideal for family events and the corporate traveler, as well.
With over two dozen wineries in the Zillah area, our hotel is the natural choice for the wine enthusiasts. However, there are numerous farmer’s markets, u-pick farms, and beautiful lavender farms. You will also appreciate the rich, amplified colors as the seasons change throughout our valley, in addition to the stunning vistas of snow-capped Mt. Adams and Mt. Rainier.
The Pacific Northwest is rich with history and beauty and the Best Western Plus® Vintage Valley Inn is positioned perfectly for those who love the outdoors. Located to the southwest of us is the Columbia River Gorge where family and friends will enjoy hiking, biking, water sports, museums, and wineries. Also, to the northwest of us is White Pass and Rimrock Lake, which are ideal for hiking, picnicking, hunting, fishing, white water rafting, snow shoeing, and skiing. Finally, to the west of our hotel is the historic Fort Simcoe Park where you will enjoy the museum, bird watching, wildlife viewing, picnicking, and gorgeous views of Mt. Adams. All of this is within 60-90 minutes of Zillah which makes our hotel the natural choice for you and your family to stay after enjoying many day trips.
The quietness of our town, our amenities, and exceptional guest service are why many guests appreciate coming back to our hotel after a long day of work or sporting events in the Yakima area. You will enjoy our newly updated lobby, relaxing in our spacious pool/spa area, working out in our large fitness center, or coming down to our dining room for the complimentary evening snack. Yet, it is our attention to detail and friendly staff that will keep you coming back again and again.
We look forward to developing relationships with our new guests and re-kindling the relationships we have with our regular guests. Welcome home!
Hotel Amenities & Services
- 100% smoke-free hotel
- Complimentary breakfast
- Complimentary full breakfast. Scrambled eggs, Cheese omelets, Sausage links and patties, Waffles or pancakes, Biscuits & gravy, Roasted potatoes, Cereals, A variety of breads, Breakfast muffins, Oatmeal, Yogurt, Fresh fruit, Coffee, Juices, Milk, Hard boiled eggs.
- Indoor pool, heated
- Hot tub
- Universal gym
- Stationary bike
- Interior corridors
- 24-hour front desk
- Multilingual staff, English and Spanish
- Guest laundry, 8 a.m. to 2 a.m., a fee of .75 cents per load.
- Express check in
- Express check out
- Late check out
- Cable or satellite television
- Free wireless internet access available in public areas and all guest rooms
- Business center, three Windows 10 based workstations running Microsoft productivity software and shared multi-function printer in a contemporary sleek environment makes all your business e-mail, boarding pass printing or last minute print jobs a breeze.
- Video conferencing
- Meeting facilities, 550 square feet, seating/15, large table, AV equipment, granite buffet counter & restroom.
- Banquet facilities
- Conference facilities, Tuscan 1 & Tuscan 2 total 1200 square feet, can be divided into two areas or used as one large space. Maximum occupancy is 99.
- Convenience store/Sundry
- Pool lift
- Elevator, wheelchair accessible
- Parking for the physically challenged, 24 hours, free
- Ice/vending machines
- Free parking, 24 hours
- Outdoor parking, 24 hours, free
- Higher rates may apply for holidays/special events
Best Western Plus Vintage Valley Inn
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Conveniently located, the best western plus vintage valley inn in Zillah, Washington is shown on the map. Detailed driving directions from popular points or nearby cities are listed below. For those with GPS, here you go:
Longitude: 46.405975 / Latitude: -120.279635
Driving Directions to Hotel
From: Seattle. Merge onto I-90 E toward Bellevue/Spokane. Merge onto I-82 E via Exit 110 toward Yakima. Take Exit 52 toward Zillah. The Best Western Plus® Vintage Valley Inn is just ahead.
From: Portland, Oregon. Merge onto I-84 toward The Dalles. Take Exit 104 toward Yakima/Bend. Turn left onto US-97, crossover into Washington. Turn left onto Highway 14. Turn right onto US-97 N. Turn right onto Highway 22. Turn left onto N. Meyers Road. Turn left onto Vintage Valley Parkway. The Best Western Plus® Vintage Valley Inn is just ahead.
From: Yakima. Merge onto I-82 E. Take Exit 52 Zillah. Turn left onto N. Meyers Road. Turn left onto Vintage Valley Parkway. The Best Western Plus® Vintage Valley Inn is just ahead.
From: Kennewick. Merge onto I-82 W. toward Prosser/Yakima. Take Exit 52 Zillah. Turn right onto N. Meyers Road. Turn left onto Vintage Valley Parkway. The Best Western Plus® Vintage Valley Inn is just ahead.
Best Western Plus Vintage Valley Inn
We care about the quality of your stay with us. Below are nearby attractions, shopping and restaurants that are popular with our guests. Listed locations are nearby with approximate distance listed where available.
More Area Attractions & Services
- 6 mile(s) from Yakama Legends Casino, features all of your favorite Vegas-style games with a hometown flair. Featuring 1,400 of the newest, hottest slots around, there is no doubt that your favorite machine is waiting.
- 5 mile(s) from Bonair Winery, quietly producing fine wines since 1985. No tasting fee with wine purchase. Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from noon to 4:00 pm. Enjoy a glass of wine with Bung, the wonder dog, on the patio. Bonair 2012 Yakima Valley Cabernet Sauvignon won Double Gold and Best of Show at the Seattle Wine Awards. The 2013 Petit Verdot won Double Gold.
- 5 mile(s) from Cultura Winery, winemakers Tad and Sarah Fewel grew up in the Yakima Valley. They know this sunny hill country well. Both come from orchard farming families. Sarah’s great-grandfather arrived from Scotland and immediately started the pear orchard that has been in her family for the last 100 years. Tad still works on his family’s Triple T Orchards in Zillah and runs the farm’s bio diesel plant. The vegetable oil fuel is used to run Cultura’s vineyard equipment and they call their personal mix Bio-Fewel. Our small lot Bordeaux style reds, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc, reflect the Yakima Valley terroir, where temperature-driven growing conditions and our easy-going approach to the good life are often compared to France.
- .1 mile(s) from Severino Cellars, in the heart of the Yakima Valley. We invite you to come experience our newly released wines in our gorgeous tasting room. Stop by and visit with our family, sample our delicious wines and make new friends. Our award winning wines are all hand crafted and produced in small lots. We harvest our grapes from our own estate and vineyards within the Yakima AVA where the fruit thrives in the soils and climatic conditions of Washington's top wine producing region.
- 5 mile(s) from Hyatt Vineyards, established by Leland and Lynda Hyatt in 1983. Evolving from a modest Estate vineyard surrounding the Winery, Hyatt Vineyards has grown to 180 acres in four separate sites all within 3 miles of the original plantings. Each of the four different vineyards, Cherry Hill, Three Rocks, Roza Ridge and the original Estate Vineyard display significantly distinct soils, elevation and exposure. Varietals include Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Chardonnay, Riesling, Black Muscat and Zinfandel. From the Winery’s first release in 1987, awards, medals and very favorable press have followed consistently year after year.
- 5 mile(s) from J.Bell Cellars & Lavender, you'll find that this is a unique winery in the Yakima area. We set out to make sure that along with fine wine, you enjoy a memorable experience. We believe in the Simple Pleasures of Life. And you'll find out just how much when you step into our tasting room, or out into our courtyard. We're artisans in wine. And we partner with the finest farms for premium grapes. The finest wines come from the finest vineyards and each year we hand-select the grapes that go into our premium hand-crafted wines.
- 8 mile(s) from Knight Hill Winery, our winemaking adventure started as a hobby. We had a passion for wine, and a curiosity about the art of winemaking. There are no pretenses here. We are small and committed to an artful conversion of grapes to wine; and to having fun. We make elegant red wines as well as crisp and delicious whites. Our grapes are from the best growers in the valley as well as our estate-grown Syrah and Cabernet Franc. When you approach Knight Hill Winery, the first thing you notice is the awesome, 360-degree view. As you enter the winery, formerly a horse barn, the aroma of fermenting/aging wine takes over and you find yourself smack dab in the middle of this wine making adventure. We are honored by the support of friends and neighbors who can often be seen pitching in to get the job done. Please take part in our adventure, bring a picnic, come to an event, or join the Knight Hill Wine Club for great wine all year around.
- 7 mile(s) from Paradisos del Sol Winery, our tasting room is open daily from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. We have a $10 tasting fee that we rarely collect. The fee is not charged if you spend at least $20 on anything. We are strong believers that wine should go with food so we offer a small plate of morsels to accompany our wine. We are located on Highland Drive, two miles north of Zillah, WA. We are in the thick of it with a third of the Yakima Valley’s tasting rooms within 15 minutes. Sometimes during the winter our hours might vary. Over the winter we occasionally close for an hour or a day, so please call ahead to make sure one of us is here! If we are just gone for a few minutes, you can visit another winery and then come back to us.
- 8 mile(s) from Portteus Winery, we found our current site in April of 1981 and bought it. In Feb. 1982 our first 8 acres were planted in Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay and Merlot. Then we planted all the other varieties which weren't supposed to have succeeded either. There are now 74 acres invested in wine grapes. In 1981 Washington State had 13 wineries. Only 2 or 3 of those were in the Yakima Valley. In 2009 there are over 600. Our advice to approximately the last 500 of them is to find something else to spend their money on. Of course this is what they told us in 1980. When the economy is booming, we have lovely, chic wines. When the economy is not, we have lovely cheap wines. We are always planting something new, acquiring stray dogs, cats and people, creating voluptuous blends, enjoying life and welcoming each gorgeous day in paradise. We are grateful to God for each vintage. Life is a gift. We'll drink to that.
- 8 mile(s) from Silver Lake Winery, founded in 1987, this is Washington’s largest consumer owned winery. At Silver Lake Winery, we offer award-winning premium, super-premium and ultra-premium wines that you can enjoy today or cellar for the future. We have a passion for wine and the wine lifestyle. Come join us for a taste of Zillah, Washington. We look forward to welcoming you. Our Zillah Tasting Room is closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from December 1st to April 1st.
- 10 mile(s) from Treveri Cellars, a family-owned sparkling wine house that produces some of the finest handcrafted sparkling wines in the United States. Treveri opened its doors on November 23, 2010 with a mission to put Washington sparkling wine on the map. Since its opening, Treveri wine has been served at White House State Department receptions and the James Beard Foundation in New York. Producing a wide array of sparkling wines, including non-traditional varieties such as Riesling and Mueller-Thurgau, Treveri largely focuses on 100% varietal sparkling wines, and is also launching a reserve tier of sparkling wine.
- 4 mile(s) from Maison de Pagett Winery, for those who like great architecture, beautiful gardens and wines that demand attention, this winery is for you! Bold Tuscany architecture, crushed marble pillars imported from Spain, hand crafted oak wrapped iron doors, high ceilings and custom stone work make this winery a feast for the eye. Savor their hand crafted wines, featuring Risqué Chardonnay, Dry Muscat, Gewürztraminer, End of the Road Part V Red, Malbec, Merlot Reserve, Fat Sow Red Wine and the irresistible sweet Singing Toad and Funky Monkey Ice Wine. Two Ports, a Coffee Port and Cream Sherry round out your tasting enjoyment.
- 7 mile(s) from Dineen Vineyards, located in the Yakima Valley just north of Zillah, Washington. We are a small family owned and operated viticulture business devoted to growing the finest wine grapes in the area. We have dedicated partnerships with our winemakers who consistently produce highly-acclaimed wines from our fruit. In addition, Dineen Vineyards produces a limited amount of estate bottled wine under our own label. Dineen Vineyards tasting room is open Fri, Sat. and Sun., Noon-5pm from April 1st to October 31. Our grounds overlook the vineyard, Mount Adams and Mount Rainier and are available for picnicking. On selected Saturdays throughout the year, we will be offering wood fired pizza hand-crafted by Chef Chris Guerra and the team from Guerra's Gourmet. Chris’ pizzas feature fresh local ingredients.
- 6 mile(s) from Two Mountain Winery, we offer a versatile collection of estate grown wines. Our unique working facility exudes a welcoming, approachable and educational experience for all wine-lovers. Our name, Two Mountain Winery, was inspired by the majestic views of Mt. Adams and Mt. Rainier, which serve as the backdrop of Copeland Vineyard. At the end of the day, it is our job to make wine. It’s in our best interest to make good wine. We really like doing it, for us and for you.
- 9 mile(s) from Owen Roe Winery, we are committed to practicing the highest standards of winemaking. Since our first vintage in 1999, our goal has been simple; to produce beautiful wines from superior sites in the Pacific Northwest. A place where the fruit ripens slowly and fully, resulting in excellent acidity and balance. All of our grapes are hand harvested, handled with minimal processing, small-lot fermented and aged in French oak barrels. In these images, winery owners, from left to right: Julie and Ben Wolff, David and Angelica O'Reilly, are shown breaking ground in Union Gap for our 2013 winery project. Completion of the first phase was September 2013, allowing our crew to prepare for blending and Spring bottling. Our new winery is now home to our Washington wine production and will become a destination winery for visitors to the Yakima Valley, through our future events and tasting room.
- 8 mile(s) from Tanjuli Winery, celebrates wine as a labor of love and attention to detail; the magical synergies of old and new; the camaraderie and small joys of winemaking. Tom and his wife Hema settled into the Rattlesnake Hills to start Horizon's Edge Winery, eventually selling it to the Padgetts in 1999 to focus on other ventures in Woodinville and his home state of Montana. Today, the Tanjuli vineyard consists of Pommard Pinot Noir, Lampia Nebbiolo, Carmenere, Mourvedre, Aglianico, Sagrantino, Teroldego, Viognier, Picpoul Blanc, Orange Muscat and Black Muscat. Each small block of grapes is meticulously managed from vine to bottle, resulting in exceptional wines that are at once old and new, imaginative and familiar, rare and remarkable.
- 9 mile(s) from Windy Point Vineyards, a 100% estate grown boutique winery. We are currently producing reds only. Standard varietals we produce are Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, and Zinfandel. We also have a selection of unique varietals that are not common in Washington State. This includes, Nebbiolo, Malbec, Barbera, Graciano, and Pinot Noir. We produce, two Bordeaux style blends and a Rhone blends, as well as a port. Give a taste and you’ll see what makes Windy Point Vineyards unique, exciting and a favorite for wine lovers around the world.
- 5 mile(s) from American Hop Museum, our valley is one of the biggest hop producers in the world. Because of our unique place in the hop heritage of America, we feel it is vital to preserve, protect & display the historical equipment, photos, and artifacts that have long been important in the raising and harvesting of this obscure perennial vine that is vital to the brewing industry. The American Hop Museum, located in the heart of the nation's largest hop producing area, features striking exhibitions and intriguing displays, and a unique gift shop highlighting an array of items devoted to the history and future of hop cultivation. Since most of the hops grown in the U.S. are here in the Yakima Valley, few people outside the area have ever seen them. The museum chronicles the history of the American Hop industry from its early days in the New England colonies to the rapid expansion into California and ultimately the Pacific Northwest.
- 5 mile(s) from Northern Pacific Railway Museum, located in the historic 1911 Northern Pacific Railroad Depot in Toppenish, this quaint museum has restored telegraph office, a complete engine repair facility and numerous displays about Pacific Northwest railroads. Outside the depot are pieces of Northern Pacific railroad rolling stock, from cabooses to boxcars and a 1902 steam locomotive undergoing restoration.
- 12 mile(s) from Central Washington, Agricultural Museum, a magnet for farming and history buffs, the 15-acre Central Washington Agricultural Museum is located in Union Gap. Through displays of large farm equipment, horse-drawn machinery and more than 3,000 antique tools, the museum illustrates the role of machinery in the Yakima Valley's rise as one of the most productive agricultural regions in the country.
- 6 mile(s) from Yakama Nation Cultural, Center, is a unique facility. We have the Yakama Nation Museum, Cultural Center Gift Shop, Heritage Theater, Yakama Nation Library, and the iconic Winter Lodge. Cultural Center Yearly Events: April – Easter Egg Hunt for youth, June - Yakama Nation Treaty Day Commemoration Celebration and Cultural Center Anniversary, August – Yakama Nation Giving Back to the Community Back pack Giveaway – Yakama youth – sponsored by YN Credit Enterprise, November – Native American Month.
- 5 mile(s) from Jones Farms, Harvey and Mildred Jones began farming in Zillah, Washington in 1946. They began with 320 acres of sagebrush which is now the orchards and fields that supply the produce for Jones Farms. In 1974 Harvey’s sons partnered in on the farm. Each brother partnered in with a 100 acres. Eventually both brothers bought into the corporation of Harvey L Jones Farms Inc. Dennis and Linda then began concentrating on produce specifically tomatoes which used to be sold as a u pick. Tomatoes and sweet corn were the beginnings of the produce business. Eventually peaches, nectarines became part of the produce business and nearing the mid 80’s they were doing fruit stand business. In 1991 Jones Farms Fruit and Produce was built. The produce business started with a fourth of an acre and now takes half the farm to supply this growing business. Over 200 acres is marketed through whole sale or the fruit stands.
- 20 mile(s) from Bills Berry Farm, a small family farm located in the beautiful Yakima Valley of eastern Washington. We specialize in Farm Fresh Produce and Family Fun and would love to have your family come pick some of our organically and biologically grown fruit, fresh from the field. If you have never been to the farm before, take a look around our website, discover a little about who we are and what we have to offer, and plan a visit. You won't want to miss our new Farm Store and Gift Shop. And our hot donuts available every Saturday are a real treat. We believe the answer to this is in the natural soil and plant health eco-system we have developed with our biological farming practices. We believe biological farming is better than organic as it is not just about avoiding harmful pesticides and herbicides as in organics, but rather, focuses on the health of the soil and plant which results in fruit that is more flavorful.
- 5 mile(s) from Toppenish Mural Tour, began in 1989 with the inaugural mural titled Clearing the Land. The idea was formed when state seed money was distributed to small communities in correspondence with the State of Washington's centennial celebration. A group gathered and brainstormed the idea of historical murals and hosted the first annual MURAL-IN-A-DAY event in which an entire wall sized mural is painted in one day by a dozen or more artists. Since the first mural was completed a Mural Society was formed and the organization has completed 75 additional murals, including a single mural in a day each year on the first Saturday in June. Hundreds gather to come and watch paint dry. Tour of these murals can be taken on foot, by car or by old west covered wagon.
- 20 mile(s) from Valley Mall, a large mall area in Union Gap, the city adjoining to Yakima with 43 stores within the Mall buildings. There are also 7 frontage stores near the Valley Mall area.
- 6 mile(s) from Toppenish Downtown, has a few shopping areas such as the Amish Connection, Krafts and small local shops.
- 15 mile(s) from Mid Valley Mall, semi-large mall with 23 stores located in Sunnyside.
Local Area Recreation Opportunities
- Hot tub
- 6 mile(s) from Mount Adams Country Club Golf Course, 18-hole course in Toppenish, Washington features 6,292 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 70.6 and it has a slope rating of 121 on Rye grass. Mount Adams golf course opened in 1926. Richard A. Farrell, PGA manages the course as the Golf Professional.
- 30 mile(s) from Apple Tree Resort Golf Course, it is their goal to deliver a unique golf experience that blends a challenging design with outstanding course conditions, excellent service, and beautiful natural scenery while surrounded by 100 year-old apple orchards. In our commitment to excellence, Apple Tree has truly one of the Pacific Northwest's premier golf experiences.
- 35 mile(s) from Yakima River Canyon, rafting, rowing, bicycling, picnicking, fishing and camping. The canyon attracts bald eagles, especially in winter, as well as 21 raptor species and birds of every variety, which flock to the numerous mini-climates and vegetation types found on the river. You are also likely to spot river otters, coyotes, cougars, bears and deer. The upper part of the river is nationally know for its fly fishing activities.
- 45 mile(s) from Tieton River Area, white water rafting, fishing, rock climbing, picnicking, camping and bird watching.
- 50 mile(s) from White Pass, scenic driving, skiing and cross country skiiing, snowmobiling, snowboarding, access to the Pacific Crest Trail, hiking, fishing, mountain biking and nature photography. This pass has excellent Alpine and Nordic facilities with an expanded ski area and additional 767 acres of terrain as well as two more quad chair lifts and a 3,000 square-foot mid-mountain lodge.
- 50 mile(s) from Chinook Pass, scenic driving, skiing, cross country skiing, snowmobiling, snowboarding, access to pacific Crest Trail, hiking, fishing on several natural and man-made lakes, mountain biking, nature photography and bird watching.
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