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3310 South East 82nd Avenue, Portland, OR 97266, United States of America – Show map
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WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Vending Machine (drinks), 24-Hour Front Desk, Fax/Photocopying
Non-smoking Rooms, Heating, Air Conditioning, Designated Smoking Area
From 3:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 12 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
Any additional older children or adults are charged USD 7 per person per night when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed on request. Charges may apply.
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On the Portland State University Campus in downtown Portland, Oregon, this hotel features a 24-hour gym, on-site coffee shop and spacious rooms with free internet access.
Score from 854 reviews Good
Portland Memorial Colosseum and the Rose Quarter are less than a 15-minute drive from this motel. Rooms feature cable TV and guests can take advantage of an outdoor pool.
Score from 72 reviews Review score
Only 1 mile from Portland International Airport, this Oregon hotel has a free 24-hour airport shuttle, an on-site bar and restaurant and a seasonal outdoor pool. Free Wi-Fi is provided in every room.
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Off of I-5, and less than half a mile from the Oregon Convention Center, this Portland motel features guest rooms with free Wi-Fi and serves a daily continental breakfast.
Score from 154 reviews Good
Dirty bathroom and walls
Staff were nice
Gross floors and sheets. Looks as if they've never washed a damn thing. Towels has stains all over them. Doors thin and stuff was broken. Didn't feel safe. Also the owner just yelled money money aggressively at me when it came time to pay him.
Nothing at all
Very run down and old. Hard to clean 50 year old shag. No character to the rooms.
I enjoyed the owner and his family. Tom was friendly and helpful he made my stay warm and welcoming. I would come back just to see him
Very dirty, dusty room and amenities. Dust was thick on the chair, tv, tables and I wouldn't be surprised if the bed covers were not cleaned at all. They gave us one small soap for each person but I have never encountered a hotel with no shampoo (much less conditioner)!!! Obviously a rip off, I would have paid <$40 for this hotel and not $70+.
Location was ok, it was near Petite Provence and the Union station but the inn itself looked isolated and the parking lot looked dodgy.
Pics posted nothing like hotel, carpet in shreds, stunk like curry throughout hotel, first room given did not have microwave or fridge as stated on booking.com. Them next room given had no microwave, they brought one that looked like it was from the 80's and was rusted all over, but had to plug it into the bathroom outlet and balance its bottom with a bar of soap. The water pressure in the tub was so bad that it wouldn't even give bubbles to bubble bath. Horrible place to stay. Oh, and the container they give you for ice is smaller than a slurpee cup.
The sheets had blood stains, it was the kind of place I wished I had brought my own bedding. I was also concerned that the nearby tweakers were going to try to break into our room and steal things.
We had privacy and the gentleman at the front desk was very nice.
This motel was disgusting and smelled horrible. The toilet was cracked and leaked constantly. The toilet paper holder was located four feet from the toilet making it completely useless. The tv had a total of 4 stations that actually worked, the rest were either extremely fuuzy/no sound/completely absent/ distorted. It was impossible to keep anything plugged in, no matter what I put in the wall sockets, it either wouldn't work at all, or the plug would fall out. I've never seen anything like it, the plugs would literary just fall out. The only wall socket I was able to use was in the restroom, which was conveniently located in the corner of the restroom. The shower was disgusting, I wore sandals in it bc I didn't want to get a disease. The sandals turned out to be worthless though, the tub would always flood so by the end of the shower I was standing in three inches of water. The shower head was also broken, it sprayed water well enough, but it just hung there. It sprayed water, but straight down. It was impossible to move the direction of the spray because the faucet head couldn't be moved from it's downward spraying location. Throughout the room there were flies, mostly in the restroom, but everywhere else too. The air conditioner was supposed to have two knobs, one for cool/heat/air and one for strength of air blowing. It only had one knob. The air conditioner was stuck on off, bc the single knob was conveniently located on the strength of air blow side (Luckily I was able to pry the knob off with pliers and change the setting to high cool). This motel was awful. I unfortunately paid for 8 days and so stayed there for over week. Located about 3 properties away is a motel named Unicorn Inn. My 8 days at Best Value Inn cost me $475. I needed a motel for another week and went down the street to Unicorn Inn. 7 days at the Unicorn Inn cost me $199. Unicorn Inn was significantly better in every way.
The maids that cleaned my room were very nice, and did a good job.
I did not like all the filth, and nasty body order, the fact that the workers are apparently wacked on meth, the carpets are black,not blue. There are drug needles in the parking lot. And it just gets worse! No one should stay..ever! I asked for a refund and was denied!
They said that they "ask" people not to smoke and then sprayed air freshiner. They did bring a frig and microwave that did not work.
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