26, November 2014: Each one of us has an ideal place where we want to live. These places could either have days of beautiful sunshine, trees everywhere, or where the neighbors are the most hospitable people in the world. Unfortunately, there is rarely a place where all of these things can be found; that is except if you are in Medford.
The city of Medford is located within the Jackson County in Oregon. For residents and neighbors, the city of Medford is the place you go to if you want great performances; and this does not just pertain to the art. With Medford, you get to experience great food, great sights, and one unique experience. After all, Medford is where you will find such places as the Alba Park, the Bear Creek Park, the Medford Carnegie Library, the Vogel Plaza, and the I.O.O.F. Eastwood Historic Cemetery, to name a few.
If you want to take in all that Medford has to offer, your best move would be to make sure that you get yourself booked in any of the Medford Oregon hotels in the area. One of these Medford OR hotels that you might want to consider is the Red Carpet Inn.
Guests of the Red Carpet Inn can enjoy such amenities as free wireless Internet, free continental breakfast, free wired high-speed Internet, availability of coffee or tea in the lobby, free local calls, and free self-parking,
For more information about Red Carpet Inn, you can visit http://www.dodbusopps.com/99810/23.htm. The site features a quick reservation form on the left side which you can use in order to book a room without having to leave the comfort of your own home. All major credit cards are accepted.
For Media Contact:
Red Carpet Inn Medford, Oregon
525 S Riverside Ave Medford, OR, 97501, USA
Phone: (541) 772-6133
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