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Travelodge Portland City Center

2.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

It was good for a one night stay to be able to get around Portland easily. It's nice that they had free parking.

Great location and not a bad price considering all of the solar eclipse..

No soap, no shampoo..cracked paint and overall just falling apart. Tiny room and bathroom in disrepair. I payed $50 less to stay at the Hampton Inn & Suites owned by Hilton.

Nice and friendly staff with the restaurant right next door. If you like karaoke, you are in the right place. It's fun

This hotel was pleasant, though a little off the main road.

This is the worst hotel in Portland, possibly the planet. The room was filthy and the housekeeper didn't clean it. When I reported this to Tony, the manager, he asked what I wanted to do and I requested a discount, which he never honored. The room was so filthy it defied description. I advise anyone to stay under a bridge before they stay here. You will regret it. RUN!

While staff is well meaning and housekeeping tries to keep things clean everything is too old and worn out to ever be really clean. The carpeting has the dirty look of carpet that should have been replaced years ago. The bedding has been washed too many times to ever be crisp and fresh again. The electrical outlets have been updated to steel industrial outlets like you'd find in a factory. The parking lot is full of smokers. In short this is a dump.

Absolutely awesome! Clean rooms, free breakfast, Wi-Fi, off street parking, etc

Okay and a lot less pricey than much of the neighborhood but it is an old hotel and that means creaky floors,and plumbing that's not quite right. But I would stay there again.

Great location., great staff, great room. Awesome continental breakfast. Hiking trails behind hotel. 10 stars if i could.

The room wasn't that great. AC was broken. Had to ask for a hair dryer. Smelled bad.

Good Location but old and a little run down. kind of shabby furniture. Ok for a night, staff was nice.

This was a very convenient location for OHSU appointments and the price was right. Breakfast was pretty minimal but adequate. Room was a little noisy with busy street outside, but with fan running it wasn't bad.

It is pretty close to downtown and cheap and clean. If that is what you are looking for it is great.

Convenient , good value for money, have stayed here several times when traveling to Portland. Very functional for business travel.

The airconditioner was not good. Other than that, it was all right.

The hotel is exactly what you get for the price. The room was clean, staff was friendly. It got a little loud on the weekends because of the bar above it but it wasn't too bad. The locAtion is walking distance to the university area (downtown) and close to the street cars that can take you to other places.

Thankfully it was cheap Or would not stay look elsewhere

Convenient location, although often congested. Clean and very simple. It is OK if all you want to is to sleep. It was hard to get much work done there, because of bad lighting, plus inadequate space and furnishing. Breakfast was minimum. But most other hotels in the area are more expansive.

Perfect for me,downtown on bus line handy to VA . Nice helpful staff spotless room aircon,fridg,coffee maker ext. Plan to stay here again

Room options

Standard Room, 1 King Bed, Non Smoking

King 1 | Sleeps 2

Room, Smoking, Refrigerator (1 Queen and 1 Double Bed)

Queen 1 | Sleeps 4

Room, 1 King Bed, Non Smoking (Upgraded)

King 1 | Sleeps 4

Guest reviews for Travelodge Portland City Center

Everyone (10) Business (16) Couples (17) Family (4) Other (15) Friends (4)
3

close to the downtown area

Everyone

It was good for a one night stay to be able to get around Portland easily. It's nice that they had free parking.

By , from Seattle, WA on Sep 15, 2017

4

just one night

Everyone

Great location and not a bad price considering all of the solar eclipse..

By on Aug 30, 2017

2

rip off

Everyone

No soap, no shampoo..cracked paint and overall just falling apart. Tiny room and bathroom in disrepair. I payed $50 less to stay at the Hampton Inn & Suites owned by Hilton.

By on Jun 22, 2017

5

nice hotel very close to downtown and shops

Everyone

Nice and friendly staff with the restaurant right next door. If you like karaoke, you are in the right place. It's fun

By , from San Jose, CA on Apr 24, 2017

5

nice breakfast for the price

Everyone

This hotel was pleasant, though a little off the main road.

By , from Chicago on Apr 23, 2017

1

the worst hotel in portland, possibly the planet!

Everyone

This is the worst hotel in Portland, possibly the planet. The room was filthy and the housekeeper didn't clean it. When I reported this to Tony, the manager, he asked what I wanted to do and I requested a discount, which he never honored. The room was so filthy it defied description. I advise anyone to stay under a bridge before they stay here. You will regret it. RUN!

By on Apr 22, 2017

1

worn out

Everyone

While staff is well meaning and housekeeping tries to keep things clean everything is too old and worn out to ever be really clean. The carpeting has the dirty look of carpet that should have been replaced years ago. The bedding has been washed too many times to ever be crisp and fresh again. The electrical outlets have been updated to steel industrial outlets like you'd find in a factory. The parking lot is full of smokers. In short this is a dump.

By , from Oregon on Feb 25, 2017

5
Everyone

Absolutely awesome! Clean rooms, free breakfast, Wi-Fi, off street parking, etc

By on Nov 2, 2016

3
Everyone

Okay and a lot less pricey than much of the neighborhood but it is an old hotel and that means creaky floors,and plumbing that's not quite right. But I would stay there again.

By on Jun 7, 2016

5

love this place

Everyone

Great location., great staff, great room. Awesome continental breakfast. Hiking trails behind hotel. 10 stars if i could.

By , from Minneapolis on Apr 23, 2016