Close to I-5, overlooking the Willamette River and adjacent to the Willamette Greenway, this stylish boutique hotel is a half-mile from Water Tower shopping ...
The hotel is located near a beautiful river and a convenient walking trail that leads to the downtown area and the tram that overlooks all of Portland. Close to shops, restaurants, and city transportation. I did not need a car to see the sights. Their spa services are excellent and their customer ...
Located in Downtown Portland, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of The Dreamer and Tom McCall Waterfront Park. Portland State University and Pioneer Courthouse ...
Found the hotel on line. Stayed in a very comfortable King suite, and although we did not use all the amenities it was good to know they were there. The suite has a small kitchenette and dishwasher along with a small refrigerator so if one doesn't care to eat out all the time, snacks can be kept ...
Downtown boutique hotel adjacent to light rail; close to Tom McCall Waterfront Park; within 4 blocks of Portland Art Museum.
Great location! Very nice and modern hotel. Would recommend to anyone Staying in the area
The Ramada Portland Airport is a half-mile from the Colwood National Golf Club and 1.5 miles from Portland International Airport.
I would stay again for a night. If it had breakfast included I might stay a couple of days. Bed was very comfortable. Did have missing outlet cover behind bed and tub plug did not work! Over all worth what I paid and I have paid much higher for worse! 6 out of 10!
This casual, intimate hotel overlooks Director Park and is located in the heart of downtown Portland near concert halls, art museums, Pioneer Square shopping, ...
The Hotel staff were all very friendly and helpful. We only stayed one night but everything was perfect.
This luxury full-service boutique hotel in downtown Portland Eastside with panoramic views of the city is across the street from the Oregon Convention Center ...
I prefer the free breakfasts offered by less pretentious hotels. Also, a free current newspaper would have been welcome instead of a four day old one offered in the breakfast room. And the taxi we asked the desk clerk to order our last night did not show up the next morning. However, the "bellhop" ...
Located in Downtown Portland, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of The Dreamer, Portland State University, and Tom McCall Waterfront Park. Pioneer Courthouse ...
I had an excellent stay here. I'm not sure why it's received such terrible ratings. Huge, comfortable kind bed, high thread count sheets. Fantastic water pressure in the shower. Only wish I had access to a mini fridge.
Guests on the go appreciate the hotel's complimentary, 24-hour airport shuttle and a convenient location about 5 miles from Lloyd Center shopping and 8 miles ...
We only stayed here for about 8 hours after a super late flight. The bed was comfortable and the room was a good price. It is very loud started around 8am with all the airplane traffic.
Set across from the Willamette River and Tom McCall Waterfront Park, and river walk, this 5-story hotel is 4 blocks from downtown's Pioneer Place.
Heater didn't work. It was very cold to stay. I ended up coughing in the morning without heater. The AC & heater control is very old and not very good. It showed how old the hotel was. And there's no ventilator! It can be very embarrassing. I took pics of AC&heater setting. I didn't break anything! ...
Built in 1913, this hotel is 4 blocks from Pioneer Square, MAX light rail trains, downtown shopping, and Pearl District shops, galleries, and restaurants. The ...
Very nice hotel, excellent staff ! Nicely located in downtown Portland. Within walking distance to many attractions !
On the northern Oregon-Washington state line is the laidback, eco-conscious city of Portland, a place famed for its beautiful botanicals, from roses to rhododendrons, along with elegant parks like the Lan Su Chinese Garden. The Portland Farmer's Market and forested nature trails nearby continue the green theme, but Portland's just as renowned for its trendy vintage wardrobe, labyrinthine book stores and epic beer scene. Get into the city vibe by biking across the bridges over the Willamette River, hanging out at arts hubs like Portland Art Museum, and dropping in at Stumptown Coffee for a taste of the other kind of local brew.
Portland is known as the beer capital of the world or even “Beervana” to some. Thirty-eight local breweries serve an assortment of fresh beers sure to excite your taste buds, and tours let you glimpse the inner-workings of how they are created. From amber ales to lagers to fully organic beers, and America's first Hefeweizen, tastings are a treat here. Try Hair of the Dog Brewery or Cascade Brewing Barrel House, and time your visit during the World Beer Cupusually in the springif you feel like truly indulging.
The Rose Test Garden is one of the twenty-four official testing sites for the AARS (All-America Rose Selections), where they test new varieties of roses and give awards to the best of the best. The test roses are judged by color, fragrance, vigor and eleven other categories. The Rose Garden Store is also located at the test garden, where visitors can choose from a huge selection of gorgeous roses for themselves or a special someone else.
Get prime views of the city and its mountainous surrounds from this hilltop vantage point, and gaze up at the grandeur of this Continental pile, designed with the elegance of a French chateau, and boasting enough rooms and pristine outdoor acres to thoroughly lose yourself in for an afternoon.
More than just somewhere to buy your fruits and veggies in the morning, this collection of weekly markets dotted around the streets is a source of local pride, as well as a source of the best in orchard fare, fresh fish, baked goods, chocolates and many other unique offerings. Both regional and international in flavor, try Wednesday's Shemanski Park market Downtown for everything from a doorstep sandwich to a Middle Eastern feast.
A growing trend in America today is the gourmet food truck, and Portland has many of them; more than 600, in fact. These aren't your typical purveyors of greasy lunches and late-night snacks, but dish up a variety of delicious foods from around the world, made to order in compact kitchens located within the truck. Whether you're in the mood for American, Hispanic, Asian, seafood or just love bacon on everything you eat, these trucks have it. The food trucks of Portland combine great food with speed and creativity to please the bellies of locals and travelers alike.
Portland hotels are located throughout the city, but areas in Downtown or near the Willamette River have an incredible view of the lights and sounds, as well as strong transport links at the Portland Transit Mall which connects the city through various buses, streetcars and light rail. Board the MAX rail within this zone and you can ride for free.
A youthful district of the city, head to 23rd and 21st Avenue in the Northwest for some chic wining and dining. Over on the Northeast side, Alberta Street is home to boutiques and tucked-away coffee houses; expect live pop-up gigs on the street and galleries that double as music venues, and stick around if you feel like staying up late.
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