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800 East Burnside Street, Portland, OR 97214, United States of America – Show map
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Public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed) and costs USD 10 per day.
Room Service, 24-Hour Front Desk, ATM on site, Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Business Center, Fax/Photocopying, Hair/Beauty Salon
Family Rooms, Air Conditioning
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One child under 12 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
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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 825 reviews Good
This lodge is just 1 mile from downtown Portland and offers free coffee and tea in the lobby and free guest parking. Guest rooms offer free Wi-Fi and feature satellite TV.
Score from 180 reviews Good
Located directly across from the Oregon Convention Center, Inn at the Convention Center offers free Wi-Fi. The Moda Center, home to the Portland Trailblazers, is just a 10-minute walk away.
Score from 426 reviews Good
Less than 5 minutes' walk from The Max Lightrail, this hotel features 2 on site restaurants and bars. Rooms offer cable TV with per-per-view options. Free WiFi is offered in the lobby.
Score from 244 reviews Very good
It's so unique!!
I kept getting woken up by people walking above our room. I could hear bags being zipped open, the door opening and closing...
Accommodations were nice and comfortable. Bed was very nice. Location and proximity to events and night life was great...If you don't mind not sleeping and listening to people stomping around and being rude until the early morning.
The room walls and ceiling are paper thin and you can hear EVERYTHING! Bar closed at 2 am and young drunk people have no common sense and like to yell and stomp around. After party in room above and next to ours went on till 4:30 am, I finally fell asleep around 4:45 am. Woke up at 7 am to start the day and be where we needed to be...long night. I like to drink and party as much at the next person, but I was in bed with my significant other at 1 am and ready for sleep around 1:30...definitely not a place to stay if you like to sleep between the hours of 2 am and 5 am...which I do.
I loved the sett up of the idea and how it was just so relaxing. I absolutely love how each room and a chalkboard door and chalk was provided so we could write all over the door. Overall the hotel was amazing!
Very comfortable staff; laid back vibe. Modern updates on an older travel lodge type hotel,which gave it a nice fresh look.
We asked to be on the "chill" side of hotel but the noise in the morning started at 5:30 a.m. & even with earplugs (provided on nightstand) it was so noisy! Big detriment in my opinion.
Great funky little Hotel. Amazing bar, great food and friendly service. Yes the place is a little loud but if you're young and looking for a place to do a bit of partying this is it. Families or people on business trips should probably not stay here. The only reason I won't go back is because I like a Hotel to have a gym and pool. Other then that great little unique place. Very comfortable rooms.
The bathroom was a little run down looking. The bathroom (shower) was not as clean as I would have liked. There were hairs in the tub and on the tiles that were not mine!!!!
Staff was friendly and competent
During check out they try to charge me twice the booking.com fee and I felt like they were hoping I wouldn't want to ask for a printed bill. Which meant that I had to fight it in retrospect which I am sure would have been lengthy and perhaps legally disadvantageous for me.
Great funky place.
Complained a couple of times that we had no hot water. It was barely warm. Old hotel u guess.
The room was so cute! Came with a condom in case things go crazy! The chalkboard doors were so much fun!
Staff Internet location atmosphere
noise bad insulation bathroom
Funky vibe, designer decor, chalkboard for your inner artist. Newly renovated. Cool location near a brewery and fancy restaurant Le Pidgeon, and a 20-30 minute walk to the downtown and pearl district. Price was reasonable. Beds and pillows and doonas were down and very comfy.
They tried hard to make it a cool boutique hotel, but ultimately due to the age of the existing building, it feels more like an upscale hostel. We could hear water rushing very loudly through the old pipes every time the neighbours used the facilities (oddly enough, our pipes was quiet, or maybe our neighbours could hear ours?). The air conditioner was one of those big boxy ones which protruded into the room circulation as it was mounted at shoulder level, and makes noisy bursts of air. Yes, you can turn it off, but there's no openable windows so it would be stuffy. The placement of the joinery where you put your suitcase was also awkward at the foot of the bed as there was not much room left for circulation, whereas there was a larger area in front of the window which appeared under-utilised. Oh and they placed a branded red condom very conspicuously on the bedside table, which kind of gives you an idea of the crowd they are going for! A bit crass for me. I would have preferred a mint chocolate.
Doug Fir next door Great food and drinks ate there 4 times. Walking to everything we wanted to do. Free Parking pass since it was my husbands 50th B-Day. Staff was great :) The condoms
No room for 4 people in the bar double queen to even walk around. No dresser and only 4 hangers for 4 people staying 3 nights. No fridge. Musky. Had to turn tv off and on to get sound. For $203 a night we were all very unsatisfied. We go to Portland every year and have had A LOT better for less.
I always stay here. Sushi down the street, chalkboard doors and wonderful vibe. The staff was friendly (and cute) and just a great place to be. I can't wait to go back.
That I had to leave.
everything, 10$ for secure underground parking leave your car and bike everywhere food at the Doug Fir is amazing (a 5$ milkshake!!) Chalkboard doors for expression. So much food close by too.
I stayed at the hotel with 3 other girlfriends and we had a blast. The hotel is in a very convenient location. It took 5-10 mins to get to other main attractions in the city of Portland. The nearby Doug Fir lounge is really cool. I recommend checking it out. I like that it was within walking distance of our room. The price was great and I was offered a discount on my next stay so I would definitely stay at this hotel again!
If your neighbours are loud you will hear everything. It didn't bother us too much but If you're looking for silence at night this might not be the best place to stay. It was also tough carrying out luggage up and down the steps. It would've been nice to get assistance with our bags by the hotel.
That is was available on a busy week in Portland.
Rooms were not in good shape. Doors didn't shut well, tv didn't work well and A/C was not working correctly. To top it off, the room came with earplugs and condoms. Doesn't seem like a quality place.
Warm welcoming staff Unique creative touches such as the blackboards Pet friendly Good location Good notes on local rstaurants We lived it!
No coffee in the room Extra charge for the kitchen
I love the Friendly Staff, cleanliness, stylish furniture, nice patio, excellent location, great price.
Walls may be too thin, thus at late night /early morning it is very easy to hear everything that occurs in the room next door.
I completely fell in love with Portland, and the hotel was really nice too. We had a quiet room but there were parties a few nights that were quite noisy, BUT they all finished before bedtime, so no worries there at all. The Doug Fir restaurant is really nice too.
Cool place, nice to have live music.
but a little expensive and noisy on weekend nights. Would've been nice to have a mini-fridge.
Location and friendly staff
First off rates increased by 15% before checking in, there was a wedding reception in the common area (by our room) till midnight with a DJ. Hotel also has a very popular and noisy lounge. I dont mind a goid party but Cant see paying $220 a night for no sleep!
Very cool design, patio, comfortable room. Love the location for the price. Love the bar
A little loud due to it also being a concert venue, actually it was just some of the concert goers that were loud.
Room upstairs; no elevator & no help Anti-Israel propaganda blazed on one door Very loud at all hours Smoking is everywhere. This is not truly a non-smoking hotel.
Friendly helpful staff.
Late night noise due to nearby venues.
Fun atmosphere location staff
Needs a good cleaning and bathroom tub disgusting
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