Coming soon to the Rogue Valley
N amed in honor of the tallest tree in the world, the Hyperion Suites are designed to provide the ultimate stay in the Rogue Valley. Adjacent to the historic Redwood Motel, the family oriented expansion will include a barbeque pavilion and basketball areas, water features and extensive landscaping in harmony with the hotel.
About the Artist
S outhern Oregon is full of talented artists. To bring our vision to life we commissioned world-renowned artist and Southern Oregon resident Bob Eding. See more of Bob’s artwork currently on display in our Lobby. You can also view his famous hand painted murals at Evergreen Park, located along the Rogue River.
What’s a Hyperion?
H yperion is the name given to a Coast Redwood (Sequoia sempervirens) located in Northern California. The Hyperion ranks as the world’s tallest known living tree. It was discovered on August 25, 2006 by naturalists Chris Atkins and Michael Taylor and was verified as standing 379.1 feet (115.55 meters) tall by Stephen Sillett. It is claimed to contain 18,600 cubic feet of wood and estimated to be 700 to 800 years old.
Photo by Mario Vaden: Arborist - To learn more about the Hyperion Tree or see more of Mario’s amazing photos visit mdvaden.com