The Arch Cape Loft Debuts as Oregon Coast's First Microhotel

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The Arch Cape Loft Debuts as Oregon Coast's First Microhotel

How one local architect and lifelong surfer turned an abandoned building steps from the Pacific into the region’s newest modern vacation destination

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