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The Vancouver Columbia Tech Center SpringHill Suites hotel is just minutes from Hewlett Packard, RS Medical, Nautilus World Headquarters, Wafertech, Southwest Medical Center and the Vancouver Convention Center.
The Vancouver Columbia Tech Center SpringHill Suites hotel is just minutes from downtown Portland and Vancouver, and is located near many restaurants and shopping.
The SpringHill Suites Vancouver Columbia Tech Center hotel's associates are available 24 hours a day for reservations, guest registration, and helpful travel information.
Our Queen/Queen Suites feature two spacious queen-sized beds, a large work desk connected to our complimentary high-speed Internet service, a living area populated with comfortable seating, a 32-inch flat screen television, microwave, and mini-refrigerator.
King Suite Sleeping Area
The King Suites at the Vancouver Columbia Tech Center SpringHill Suites have everything you need to work and play comfortably. We provide a large, spacious work desk connected to our complimentary high-speed Internet access, a living area populated with comfortable seating, a 32-inch flat screen television, microwave, and mini-refrigerator.
King Suite Living Area
All suites feature a living area with a small refrigerator, sink, microwave, and a large, well-lit desk.
Suite Living Area
Enjoy our suites which feature separate living areas and are 25% larger than most hotel rooms.
The luxury doesn't end at the bedroom. Bathrooms at the Vancouver SpringHill Suites feature amenities such as curved shower rods that provide more space in the shower, upscale bath soaps and lotions, and beautiful granite counter tops.
Paul Mitchell® Amenities
Shower. Repeat. Relax. Enjoy Paul Mitchell products next time you stay with us.
Start your day off the right way with our complimentary hot breakfast that includes fresh juice, coffee, cereals, waffles and more.
Lobby & Dining Area
Take advantage of our comfortable lobby seating anytime you want to relax over a cup of fresh coffee and a newspaper; meet with your group to finalize plans; or just mingle with fellow travelers. Designed with your comfort in mind, our lobby is available 24 hours a day and offers a variety of seating options.
SpringHill Suites Hot Breakfast
Start your day with fresh inspiration with our free customized breakfast, featuring all of your favorites – scrambled eggs, healthy meat options like turkey sausage, fruit, yogurt, waffles, assorted breads and cereals, and of course freshly brewed coffee and tea.
Breakfast Eggs & Salsa
Enjoy a fresh start to your day with a complimentary hot breakfast – we’ve given that all-important morning meal an inspired twist, like scrambled eggs with spinach, cheese and local salsas.
Healthy Breakfast Options
Our wholesomely delicious free breakfast includes Greek yogurt, which is fresh, healthy and filling, especially when customized with your favorite toppings from our toppings bar.
Breakfast Meat & Cheese Plate
It’s the protein-boost start to a great day – fresh deli ham, Havarti and cheddar cheeses from our free hot breakfast buffet.
Camas Meadows Golf Course is adjacent to Lacamas Lake amid preserved wetlands and beautiful towering evergreens of Southwest Washington. The course features rye grass fairways and bent grass greens with water hazards, forced carries, and 50 bunkers strategically placed to make your round as challenging as you would like. Camas Meadows Golf Club was recently named The Best Public Golf Course to play in the Northwest and has received a 4-Star rating from Golf Digest Magazine. Photo courtesy of the Southwest Washington Convention & Visitors Bureau.
Columbia River Crossing
Columbia River Crossing, the Interstate Bridge, is actually made up of two side-by-side bridges. The northbound bridge was built in 1917 and the southbound bridge in 1958. After serving both Washington and Oregon so well for over 90 years, it is time to replace the two structures to best meet the next century's growing travel needs across the Columbia River. Today, the Interstate Bridge carries 135,000 vehicles per day. A replacement bridge will be designed to address future traffic demand, eliminate the need for bridge lifts and meet current seismic standards. Photo courtesy of the Southwest Washington Convention & Visitors Bureau
Columbia Tech Center Walking Trail
The Columbia Tech Center Walking Trail is 2.7 miles of walking trails that cover 13 acres. The area includes water features, benches, picnic tables, a neighborhood park, volleyball and basketball courts and an amphitheater. The trail connects to the hotel.
This 14-foot wide, shared-use concrete trail is the crowning jewel of Vancouver's Columbia River Waterfront Renaissance, connecting the downtown area to the city's long-neglected shoreline. The Water Resources Education Center lies along the trail, as do the Old Apple Tree, Marine Park, Kaiser Viewing Tower and Shipyards, and Tidewater Cove. Along the way are shops, restaurants and great places to picnic, play or just enjoy the view. The trail will continue east with the future Wintler Park extension. Photo courtesy of the Southwest Washington Convention & Visitors Bureau
Nautilus World Headquarters
The Nautilus World Headquarters is located in Vancouver, Washington right next door to our hotel. The 480,000 square foot building, on the 26 acre smoke-free campus, houses an on-site state-of-the-art fitness center and a big back yard with football, soccer, softball, basketball and walking track. Approximately 400 employees are located at the campus including the executive team, sales, marketing, administrative and support staff as well as their world-class call center.
Clark College was founded as a private, two-year junior college in 1933 and was granted initial accreditation in 1937. The college received accreditation from the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities in 1948 and has maintained that standing today. Clark College serves nearly 13,000 students at its main campus, Clark College at Washington State University Vancouver, and Clark College at Town Plaza. Clark College at Columbia Tech Center will open in fall 2009, offering classes in the eastern part of the college's service district. Photo courtesy of the Southwest Washington Convention & Visitors Bureau
Esther Short Park
Esther Short Park in Vancouver, Washington was established in 1853, and is the oldest public park in the state of Washington. It has been called the "oldest public park in the West" by some, but was created after Lafayette Park in St. Louis, Missouri. It is located in the city's downtown between West Columbia and 8th Street. It was bequeathed to the city in 1862, and includes a children's playground, a rose garden, a large fountain system made of columnar basalt, a bell/clock tower, and the historic Slocum House. The park also houses the outdoor farmer's market each weekend. Photo courtesy of the Southwest Washington Convention & Visitors Bureau
Fort Vancouver was a 19th century fur trading outpost along the Columbia River that served as the headquarters of the Hudson's Bay Company in the company's Columbia District (which covered the northern half of the region known to Americans as the Oregon Country). Named for Captain George Vancouver, the fort was located on the northern bank of the Columbia River in present-day Vancouver, Washington, near Portland, Oregon. Today, a full-scale replica of the fort, with internal buildings, has been constructed and is open to the public. Photo courtesy of the Southwest Washington Convention & Visitors Bureau
Our versatile meeting space is a perfect place to hold a variety of functions – from wedding receptions to conferences. Call our event planning specialists today for more information. Our meeting room can hold anywhere up to 75 people.
Our Cascade Boardroom is the perfect intimate meeting space to hold your next board/executive meeting. This space can seat up to 12 people.