5 star hotels in Milwaukie, OR

1. Crowne Plaza Portland-Lake Oswego, an IHG Hotel (3-star hotel)

About this hotel

Off Interstate 5, this modern business hotel is 3 miles from Oswego Lake and 6 miles from Tryon Creek State Natural Area.The unfussy rooms come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and desks. Upgraded rooms add minifridges, microwaves, pull-out sofas and/or balconies, while suites have separate living rooms. Room service is available.Parking is complimentary. Other amenities consist of a relaxed atrium restaurant and bar, as well as indoor and outdoor pools, and a fitness room. The 5,000 sq ft of event space includes a ballroom. Breakfast is available for an additional fee.

Things You Need to Know

  • The unfussy rooms have TVs
  • 12 min drive to Tryon Creek State Natural Area
  • Some guests complained about the kitchenettes
  • One of the few hotels in the area with room service
  • Guests liked the lobby, mentioned 28 times in reviews
  • Guests praised the fitness center
  • One of the few hotels in the area with an outdoor pool
  • Guests liked the bar

Feedback From Real Customers

Jill Toppo

Everything was great until the girls basketball teams came then we got talked to about being too loud We were laughing at a TV show

Guess that annoyed someone No freezer, have to ask for microwave Pool was dirty with stuff from trees Lounging chairs filled with the same tree stuff and no towels at pool Yet towels were laying everywhere Front desk people were amazing

katie hopper

Very unhappy with the service I reserved a room for my son’s wedding night Tried to pay in advance and was told that they could not let me pay since it was for my son

Sent him the money He tried to set-up an early check-in multiple times (in advance) and was told he would need to call the morning of – when he called they declined an early check in He checked in at the scheduled time and used his card (since I sent him the money) They charged my card When I called, I was told there was nothing they could do It was a very frustrating experience all around and we will not be using them again

Clark Johnson

This is a nice hotel with friendly staff I felt the room to be a big snug, with just the two of us tripping over each other and our belongings CAUTION – Do not expect the hotel restaurant to have good food, because it does NOT

It is mostly empty so corners are cut The food is pre-prepared and then heated up I had some sort of breakfast burrito that was probably the worst thing I have ever eaten It was a concealed clump of eggs, potatoes, and meat Gross The waitress was nice, took it back, and removed it from the bill

2. Hyatt Regency Portland At The Oregon Convention Center (4-star hotel)

About this hotel

Adjacent to a light rail station and 4 minutes’ walk from the Oregon Convention Center, this refined hotel with views of the Willamette River is 3 miles from the International Rose Test Garden.Polished rooms provide flat-screen TVs and safes, along with minifridges and coffeemakers. Suites with separate living rooms offer city or river views; some have dining space.Amenities include a sleek restaurant, a bar and a 24-hour snack shop, as well as a gym and 39,000 sq ft of event space. Breakfast, Wi-Fi and valet parking are also available.

Things You Need to Know

  • Guests liked the beds
  • 4 min drive to the Lan Su Chinese Garden
  • 3 min walk to nearest transit
  • Guests mentioned the service is friendly and professional
  • Guests praised the views
  • Guests liked the bar

Feedback From Real Customers


This hotel is impeccable Every single one of their staff members felt like they were invested in your stay being a great experience Stayed here so I could be close to the convention center in Portland

It’s the perfect location if you want a 2-3 minute walk there Right next door! My stay included 4 free breakfast meals which was so nice And this hotel’s breakfast is very good with tons of selection to choose from My favorite was their honeycomb I will definitely repeat a visit here next time I need to be close to the convention center


Great, Clean, Quiet hotel in the midst of a chaotic city I was upgraded to a corner suite as part of the globalist benefit (Thanks Shane!) and the hotel performed much beyond expectationsLocation: The hotel is situated far enough from the chaotic old town/downtown Portland to avoid the tent people and other interesting personalities, but still close enough to be a short drive away from everything, including shopping

I really enjoyed my time here and felt that the hotel was the perfect locationRoom: All the rooms seem to be outfitted with hard wood floors and had a great balance of art and functionality The view was awesome, and all the furnishing looked fresh and new I was really surprised by the quality given that this is a category 3 hotel (12k points a night) and would even say this is one of the nicest business-y hotels in the US The standard of quality that Hyatt guarantees across their brands once again impresses meService: Very friendly and professional staff, not much to say here, as I didn’t interact much with themBreakfast: Buffet style breakfast, good selection but not the best Had salmon, yogurt, fruits, muffins, baked pastries (Pain Au Chocolat was a bit under cooked, but croissants were good) as well as various other standard items (bacon, eggs, juice, coffee, pancakes, etc) I also got it free as part of globalist so nothing to complain about, but probably a good enough value for $27

Kristina Helwing

I’m quite happy with this modern hotel, the bathroom design is convenient for sharing; the toilet has a separate enclosure and the shower is separated by a nice, long sink counter It is clean and feels safe, all of the entrances from the side require a key-card for accessMy only minor complaint is that the auto sensor lighting is overly abundant and bright

If your partner wakes up in the middle of the night to use the bathroom then you will be woken up first by the under-bed lighting, then the spillover light from the under sink and over toilet lighting At 2 am all of these lights feel akin to a searchlight from a police helicopter shining directly into your bedroom window—hence the posting of this review at 3:18 am after lying awake for over an hour My recommendation is to bring a sleep mask if you are sharing a room

3. The Grand Hotel at Bridgeport (3-star hotel)

About this hotel

Off Interstate 45, this relaxed hotel with a polished interior is a 3-minute walk from Bridgeport Village Mall, 1.7 miles from Tualatin Country Club and 5.6 miles from Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge.The rooms feature casual decor with leather furniture, plus coffeemakers, microwaves and minifridges, as well as flat-screen TVs and Wi-Fi. Suites have separate living rooms or additional bedrooms. Some have in-room whirlpool tubs or full kitchens.There’s an indoor pool, a hot tub and a fitness room, as well as several meeting and banquet rooms. Local shuttle service is available. A breakfast buffet is offered, as is parking.

Things You Need to Know

  • Guests praised the clean, large rooms and the kitchenettes
  • Guests praised the beds
  • 16 min drive to the Washington Park
  • Guests liked that this hotel is near shopping
  • One of the few hotels in the area with room service
  • Guests mentioned lobbies 15 times
  • Guests praised the indoor pool and the hot tub
  • One of the few hotels in the area with a spa

Feedback From Real Customers

Dan Reamer

This place was fantastic I like to stay at more independent hotels and we picked this place because of the great reviews I see why the reviews were so great; this hotel pays attention to the details! The complimentary breakfast was incredible with a different menu every day

The hotel room was spacious and even had a leather couch The indoor pool and hot tub were also great They even had cookies every night in the grand lobby which was a nice touch I would highly recommend this place!

Daisy Maya

The grand has a beautiful grand entrance and just steps inside is a large living room area With several small intimate seating areas to sit and visit They have complimentary coffee bar as well

The rooms are spacious and well appointed My room had a king bed, couch and desk Many plug-ins and electronics plug ins too The bathroom was big and nicely done with wall paper and granite counter tops The shower was stand alone and a bit tight fit, but the shower head was a rain one and I loved that I am not much of a bath person The tub was very shallow and average length So if you wanted a soak, I think you would be disappointed For a quick bath with kiddos it would be perfect The bathroom floor tile had pops of fancy pretty tiles to break up the plain tile I loved the pops of color and design In room coffee maker did not use plastic cups, loved that!!!! I try hard to avoid plastic My room also had mini refrigerator and cabinet with drawers, suitcase rack and hair dryer Being so close to the highway was not a problem, well insulated from the noise of the highway Walking distance to Bridgeport Mall and all it has to offer The only down side to my room was the view out the window There was a roof and then a 2 foot strip of surface that had vents and such All the black and green moss and such was not pretty to look at, personally I would definitely stay here again

Ben C

We recently used there meeting room to hold my moms memorial It went off without a hitch Communication with Erica was fantastic

The front desk staff were very accommodating when we needed any extra things as well We were even able to get into the room a day early to set things up and not be rushed the morning of the celebration They were able to reconfigure the room as our rsvp list was over 60 people My mom was there in spirit and I know she would have loved the celebration for her Thank you grand hotel staff

4. Monarch Hotel & Conference Center (3-star hotel)

About this hotel

Off I-205, this straightforward conference hotel is a 6-minute walk from shopping at the Clackamas Town Center, 12.6 miles from Portland International Airport and 14.5 miles from downtown Portland.The unassuming rooms and suites all feature flat-screen TVs, pillow-top mattresses, minifridges and free Wi-Fi. Some add whirlpool tubs, and suites offer additional living and dining spaces. Room service is available.Amenities include a restaurant, a seasonal outdoor pool, and free parking, as well as a business center and 20,000 sq ft of event and conference space. Airport and local transportation are provided free.

Things You Need to Know

  • 11 min drive to the Leach Botanical Garden
  • Some guests disliked the kitchenettes
  • One of the few hotels in the area with room service
  • One of the few hotels in the area with a restaurant
  • Guests mentioned “shopping malls” 22 times
  • Guests praised the breakfast
  • The fitness center has weight machines and elliptical machines

Feedback From Real Customers

David Brown

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I’ve been staying here for a very long time If you decide to stay here you for sure won’t be disappointedWe had an early flight into Portland and called the hotel when I landed (like they told me to when I called earlier in the week) and they put us in a room that was ready when we arrived at 10am! Super helpful staff Clean and definitely worth the cost

Wayne Beaumier

I’ve been to the Monarch a few times now for a yearly convention and I always enjoy myself The rooms and halls are still somewhat dated and older but that never bothers me The pool area has been built up and is great to relax at

Both the indoor and outdoor restaurant is delicious, while the underground themed area is fun and different The staff is always courteous, kind, and easy to get ahold of They do an excellent job of taking care of the convention goers before, during, and after the event Cannot wait to come back next year

Anne Pettus

I’ve stayed here in the past and had a great experience But that was 5 years ago This time was awful

We needed a place to stay while we were selling our house and had our open house The first night, the keys didn’t work to the first room they gave us, so they gave us another room This room was on the first floor and was very dirty The sink had grime all around it, the shower head was falling out, there was black hair in the tub and I’m pretty sure it hadn’t been cleaned in a very long time House keeping only comes if you call and request and they do bare minimum, they didn’t even change our sheets even though I had requested that Oh and the whole first floor reeked of pot the whole time We booked three nights and only stayed two Avoid this hotel if staying in the area Go to the Marriott down the road It’s worth the extra money!!

5. Courtyard by Marriott Portland Southeast/Clackamas (3-star hotel)

About this hotel

Off Interstate 205, this modern hotel is a 2-minute walk from shopping at Clackamas Promenade and a 1.5-mile drive from Mount Talbert Nature Park.Contemporary rooms offer free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs with premium cable channels, plus desks and coffeemakers. Suites add living areas, and some offer microwaves and minifridges.Social spaces include a living room-style lobby, a patio and a restaurant serving Starbucks coffee. Other amenities include an exercise room, plus a business center, meeting space and free parking.

Things You Need to Know

  • Guests praised the beds
  • Guests praised the rooms, which have refrigerators
  • 10 min drive to the Leach Botanical Garden
  • One of the few hotels in the area with room service
  • One of the few hotels in the area with a restaurant
  • Guests mentioned “Bistro” 21 times
  • Guests liked the fitness center, which has treadmills
  • One of the few hotels in the area with a bar

Feedback From Real Customers

Kevin Vu

One of the better Courtyards I’ve stayed at The main lobby was very spacious and had many lounge sofas and the interior was decorated beautifully I was surprised this location didn’t have a pool which I was looking forward to use

The 24hr gym has decent amount of equipments and was well kept I was surprised there was even a bike trail behind the hotel which I made use of The trail cut thru the forest behind the hotel so it was a nice quiet place away from city noise

Wolfgang’s Mom

I am a traveling nurse I started with 4 other nurses I showed up, on a Sunday and was unable to lock in a price for nurses

Was told to speak to the manager J Paul, the next day He offered me $149 a night, or whatever price was on the website, for that day My stay for Sunday was $116, the next next it was $150 Aqua, the check in lady, said it would be lower than $113 for the rest of my stay Another, younger, better looking nurse got a rate of $113, for the same contract, that I am working We are 5 women, that wanted to stay together, but he was not about to help us, as we traveled to his town, to help out his communityThe was no breakfast, for $149, no muffin, no juice My shower didn’t drain My TV turned off, every few hours, to reboot I had a great view, in the back, of the homeless, living in the woods If you want a different view, get a room in the front Stains on the chair and bedspread Housekeeping entered my room, without knockingThey charge high prices, for motel 6 qualityThe other nurse, left the same day as myself We are now at a Hilton property, for much less, with nicer rooms and free breakfastI am letting all my fellow travel nurses know, avoid the Marriott They don’t like nurses

Katie Anderson

The service was kind, the place was clean, and it slept us all My only reason for 3 stars is that I had booked a king with a separate seating area, shown with a door dividing This is perfect for our family

They seemingly just put us in any room, asking if we had a floor preference, and we ended up in a standard king No privacy for the kiddo, and no reduction in charges

6. Portland Marriott Downtown Waterfront (4-star hotel)

About this hotel

Across from the Willamette River, this polished hotel in the city center is 3 minutes’ walk from the Keller Auditorium and 3 miles from the Oregon Zoo.Decorated with local artwork, the bright, refined rooms feature flat-screen TVs, Wi-Fi (fee) and coffeemakers. Suites add river views, living rooms, iPod docks and private balconies. Club level quarters provide access to a private lounge that offers complimentary breakfast and snacks. Room service is available 24/7.A breakfast buffet is offered for a surcharge. Amenities include a 24-hour gym and a restaurant/bar, plus a business center and over 44,000 sq ft of meeting/event space.

Things You Need to Know

  • Walking distance to the Oregon Historical Society Museum and the Portland Art Museum
  • Guests praised the professional service
  • Guests liked the rooms but some thought they were small
  • Guests mentioned “Ballroom” 11 times
  • Guests praised the river views
  • Guests liked the fitness center
  • Guests liked the nightlife
  • Guests liked the bar

Feedback From Real Customers

Hampus Engstroem

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I have been coming here for a long time If you stay for a few days you for sure will love it I’m sure!Excellent service and stay! All those we interacted with on the Marriott team were incredibly kind, competent, and helpful Our room was comfortable (great bed!), clean, and the view was beautiful We were particularly impressed with the customer service provided by Aurelio in the M Club Definitely recommend a stay here! We’ll be back!

Diane Psaros

Very nice hotel This was our second stay Room had everything we needed for a night

Great restaurant downstairs Check in and check out was quick and easy Valet was expensive but easier and safer than parking elsewhere Clean, stylish facilities Convenient location within walking distance to several fun places Wish we would have had a room with a view of the river like last time, but it wasn’t a big deal

Russ Johnson

Had another great stay and decided to leave a review about my fantastic river view roomPros:Great staff, clean and updated rooms, nice on-site dining options, great location, Great M lounge breakfast The fitness center is large, well-lit, and has well maintained equipment

The valet service is promptCons:The rooms are updated but small by todays standardsThe M lounge is sad and empty in the evening, with just a cash barAny hotel with a lounge, should have at least beer and wine for a couple of hoursThe manager said they are working on the M lounge situation so I look forward to that during my next stay

7. Jupiter NEXT (4-star hotel)

  • Address: 900 E Burnside St, Portland, OR 97214
  • Phone: (503) 230-9200
  • Ratings: 4.6 (335 reviews) Excellent
  • Website : Jupiter NEXT
  • Check-in time: 4:00 PM
  • Check-out time: 11:00 AM
  • Quick Summary: Trendy boutique hotel offering city views & dining, plus a lively concert hall & a bar.

About this hotel

In the trendy Central Eastside district, within walking distance of art galleries and restaurants, this hip boutique hotel is a 5-minute walk from the SE Grand & E Burnside streetcar stop and 2 miles from Portland Art Museum.Modern rooms have colorful decor and a vintage-chic vibe, with retro-style furnishings and photographic artwork. All come with Wi-Fi, flat-screens, minifridges, music streaming equipment and safes. Upgraded rooms add city views; suites also include sofabeds.There’s a fashionable restaurant, and a lively concert hall with a bar. Event/wedding facilities are offered.

Things You Need to Know

  • 5 min drive to the Lan Su Chinese Garden
  • Some guests complained about the bathrooms
  • 5 min walk to nearest transit
  • Guests praised the service
  • Guests mentioned lobbies 22 times
  • Guests praised the breakfast
  • Guests praised the bar

Feedback From Real Customers

Adam Bliven

Nice hotel with WONDERFULLY COMFORTABLE beds The large picture window looking out was a nice touch Check in was easy, check out was easy, and secured parking was free

The clerks and housekeeping were very helpful The hotel was clean, freshly styled, and in an electric part of town This area of town was not all touristy, but had a good mix of bars, local restaurants and diners, and an easy walk to the river It was a fun place to stay

Sheridan Pritchard

Cute, quirky and friendly hotel! If you need an animal friendly or day use hotel I would highly recommend Jupiter NEXT Our room was very stylish, clean and well maintained with a beautiful view of the city All the staff at the front desk, bar and room service were helpful and friendly! We took an elevator ride with someone from room service who had just gotten a Scottish fold cat and was such a pleasure to talk to! I wish I had caught his name! Thank you for the wonderful stay!

Rachel Clark

We got married here and did the full 2nd floor buyout and it was WORTH EVERY PENNY The Jupiter staff was great and so accommodating to everything leading up to our big day and even after They were really good at communicating and answering all my questions

It was so easy to work with them Our wedding was perfect and I do it there all over againNow about our stay It was wonderful We had so many out of town family members and friends who also commented how great of a hotel it was It was in a great location, not too busy of an area but lots nearby to eat/drink/visit all within walking distance The area seemed very safe too The rooms were clean and very well kept This hotel is great, the food at Hey Love was also awesome The feel and overall “vibes” of this place is great and the staff is so friendly All our family and friends LOVED this place and we had so much fun celebrating here!

8. McMenamins Crystal Hotel (3-star hotel)

  • Address: 303 SW 12th Ave, Portland, OR 97205
  • Phone: (503) 972-2670
  • Ratings: 4.5 (1329 reviews) Excellent
  • Website : McMenamins Crystal Hotel
  • Check-in time: 3:00 PM
  • Check-out time: 11:00 AM
  • Quick Summary: Offbeat music-themed hotel offering eclectic rooms, dining & live music, plus a saltwater pool.

About this hotel

Set in a building built in 1911, this quirky rock and roll–themed hotel is across the road from the Crystal Ballroom, a 12-minute walk from the Portland Art Museum, and 4 miles from Washington Park.Eclectic rooms with vivid colors are named after famous musicians, and offer city views and private bathrooms. Suites add en suite facilities. Kids age 6 and under stay at no charge with an adult.There’s a relaxed restaurant, a casual pub, and a basement bar offering live music. Other amenities include an indoor saltwater pool and a music-themed art gallery. Pets are welcome for a fee.

Things You Need to Know

  • Walking distance to Powell’s City of Books and Pioneer Courthouse Square
  • Guests liked the service
  • Guests liked the relaxed restaurant
  • Guests mentioned “postage stamps” 10 times
  • Guests praised the breakfast
  • Guests praised the nightlife
  • One of the few hotels in the area with a hot tub

Feedback From Real Customers

Ray Boone

When we got to our room, there was a strong smell of cleaning chemicals We’re sensitive to stuff like that so asked if they could move us and they found us another room with no hassle, no questions The new room was a little smaller but didn’t face Burnside, so quiet and a nicer view

I felt like they really took care of us and were very gracious about doing so It was refreshing to get such nice service and really made our stay fantastic The staff were all friendly and eager to help Really enjoyed our stay

Kathijune Bruyere

Absolutely fun experience for a creative being like myself! We got the Werewolf room and the quote around the room though dizzying to follow is the greatest thing I have seen The art in the room and halls (and I am sure the other rooms as well) gives me a through the looking glass feel The bed is comfortable and clean and the staff/personell are helpful and friendly

Dave Cramton

This place is all about attitude and convenience Tiny rooms and shared bathrooms aren’t for everyone But the rooms are clean, the bathrooms (single occupancy, not dorm style!) are kept clean as well

Provided robes are comfortable and voluminous Typical of McMenamins, everything is funky and stylish Great place to stay if you’re seeing a show just up the block at the Crystal Ballroom Zeus Cafe in the lobby makes a great brunch

9. Inn at Northrup Station (3-star hotel)

About this hotel

A minute’s walk from the streetcar stop, this modern, colorful all-suite hotel is an 8-minute walk from the art galleries at Nob Hill and 2 miles from the Portland Art Museum.The bright, eclectic suites feature retro-chic furnishings, pull-out sofas, kitchens and desks, as well as flat-screen TVs, iPod docks and free Wi-Fi.Complimentary amenities include continental breakfast, weekly wine-tasting sessions and parking. There’s also a rooftop terrace and a business center.

Things You Need to Know

  • Guests praised the kitchenettes and the beds
  • Guests praised the bathrooms
  • 7 min drive to Powell’s City of Books
  • Guests praised the friendly service, which has a concierge
  • Guests liked the breakfast
  • The hotel has a boutique store

Feedback From Real Customers

Jeff Larsen

The Inn at Northrup Station delivered a home run in service, value, and amenities Here is what I enjoyed the most about my recent stay:*Awesome vibe throughout the hotel with inviting colors and artistic decor*Welcoming and personable front desk staff at check-in

*2 good-sized televisions in suite; perfect for my march madness viewing experience!*Wonderful specious kitchen with all the essentials (microwave, refrigerator, plates, bowls, cups etc)*An “out of this world” mattress 10/10 for comfort

Autumn Meisel

However, I was really disappointed in their lack of environmental consideration at breakfast Great location with comfortable rooms and the free parking is a great bonus We had a double queen with balcony and there was plenty of room for the three of us

Beds are comfortable and I love having coffee, kettle, and fridge The decor is equal parts dated and a bit tacky, but the hotel is clean and friendly, so I can forgive the decor! However, I was really disappointed in their lack of environmental consideration at breakfast Milk is provided only in single serving plastic bottles which is utterly wasteful Dozens and dozens are opened and “recycled” (most people dumped in the trash) every morning Being there over Earth Day I was saddened that we (the general we here) still just are not thinking/caring/acting as we need to Also half and half in those stupid plastic single serve cups (and most people need 2 or 3) They have the counter space to easily add a hotel pan with ice and a pitcher of milk and half and half One morning I requested almond milk (kept behind the front desk) for my cereal which I had carried up to the desk Instead of pouring directly into my bowl, they poured into a plastic cup to hand to me These things just need to stop happening! Hello Portland, you had a heat wave of 115 degrees last summer, wake the f up!! I would stay here again but truly hope some changes are made

Jackie Young

Decor is fun, Beds are soComfy, full kitchen is a great feature, breakfast had everything we needed and more, staff is friendly, free parking and lastly it’s nicely located to food and the market We would definitely stay here again!👏 great job

10. The Benson Portland, Curio Collection by Hilton (4-star hotel)

About this hotel

Built in 1913, this upscale landmark hotel is a 6-minute walk from events in Pioneer Courthouse Square, and a 14-minute walk from the Pearl District.The refined rooms feature flat-screen TVs and iPod docks, plus coffeemakers and free Wi-Fi. Upgraded rooms offer city views, and suites add sitting areas and/or separate living rooms. Room service is available.There’s an elegant lobby restaurant, and an acclaimed steakhouse with a cigar bar and nightly live music. Additional amenities include an exercise room, a business center and meeting space. Valet parking is available (surcharge).

Things You Need to Know

  • Guests liked the beds
  • Walking distance to Powell’s City of Books and Pioneer Courthouse Square
  • Guests praised the friendly service
  • Guests praised the elegant restaurant
  • Guests liked the concierge, mentioned 16 times in reviews
  • Guests praised the lobby
  • Guests liked the breakfast

Feedback From Real Customers

Joshua Russell

Beautiful lobby and a classic hotel I stayed here for a few days for a work meeting and was very impressed with the hotel The lobby is beautiful and takes you back to another time

The staff were all very nice and quick to help I had a corner room and it was quite large and very nice All the furniture was very comfortable and very clean The windows also opened which was great to enjoy the beautiful weather The hotel does have a restaurant and I enjoyed multiple breakfasts, all were very good and made exact to order Overall I was very impressed and would definitely recommend and come back again

Brianna Bowles

Pros: Hotel had a timeless beauty to it that was lovely All of the people working there were welcoming and accommodatingCons: Stayed here prior to and the night after surgery to recover and the tempurpedic beds were not comfortable at all, it was rough

There were small parts of the room that weren’t entirely clean when we arrived (floor, sink,)Would stay here again but would 100% request a pillow top rather than memory foam mattress

Ian Taber

A huge thank you to The Benson! They got us a great room for our wedding night on very short notice and was very welcoming to us after our nuptials The front desk staff was always gracious and happy to congratulate us We both slept well and woke up wilt views of Mount St

Hellens We both recommend The Benson to those looking for a luxurious hotel in the downtown Portland area! Thanks again!

11. Sentinel (4-star hotel)

  • Address: 614 SW 11th Ave, Portland, OR 97205
  • Phone: (503) 224-3400
  • Ratings: 4.5 (1077 reviews) Excellent
  • Website : Sentinel
  • Check-in time: 4:00 PM
  • Check-out time: 12:00 PM
  • Quick Summary: Grand 1909 building housing refined rooms & suites, plus a traditional grill restaurant & a bar.

About this hotel

Occupying an imposing downtown building dating from 1909, this refined hotel is an 8-minute walk from Portland Art Museum.The elegant rooms with early 20th-century decor have flat-screen TVs and iPod docks. Suites add separate sitting rooms with pull-out sofas; some have terraces or whirlpool tubs. WiFi is available for a fee. Room service is provided.There’s a traditional grill restaurant, a cocktail bar, and a Starbucks cafe in the lobby. Other amenities include a fitness room and a 24-hour business center. Event spaces, including a columned ballroom with high ceilings, are available, and pets are welcomed with beds, bowls and treats.

Things You Need to Know

  • Guests liked the beds
  • Guests mentioned the rooms are large
  • Some guests complained about the bathrooms
  • Walking distance to Powell’s City of Books and Pioneer Courthouse Square
  • Guests praised the service
  • Guests liked the architecture, mentioned 16 times in reviews
  • Guests liked the cocktail bar

Feedback From Real Customers

Rene Haw

Ok so where do I begin? Room window was left open so room was freezing when I arrived, Dusty so it’s terrible for those of us with allergies (It had me wheezy and sneezy all night EVEN on meds!) heater in room didn’t work, horrible parking experience, carpet in hotel smells old!!!! To say that this is a “4” star hotel, The hotel stay was a horrible horrible horrible experience! Will NOT recommend! Ever! I left sick after a 1 night stay! HORRIBLE

J. B.

Very interesting place Consider this before you go, examine architecture carefully before booking I liked the vibe and each corridor had something fascinating (because it appealed to me)

Don’t expect natural light filled areas and brightly colored walls Expect something rustic & more of a Your Grandfather’s Man Cave vibe Worked for me! See pics of the room, bathroom, & corner table Great service by the way from valet to front desk I took some time to explore, although the place was a little dead (covid, duh), it was fun Like I said, INTERESTING place for sure Go see

Jerod Beeson

The staff here REALLY know how to WOW with hospitality and competence! Stayed for my wife’s birthday, and from check-in to check-out, the folks at the front desk were extremely generous for her birthday, as well as helpful (going above and beyond) every time we had a question about the area or needed something The hotel is taking covid precautions very seriously and implementing smart and effective solutions to keep their guests safe Not to mention that the hotel was as beautiful as it was comfortable

Would give more stars if possible! We’ll definitely be back when in Portland again! Thanks guys!

12. Dossier Hotel (4-star hotel)

  • Address: 750 SW Alder St, Portland, OR 97205
  • Phone: (503) 294-9000
  • Ratings: 4.4 (107 reviews) Very good
  • Website : Dossier Hotel
  • Quick Summary: Dossier is a multi-floor hotel at 750 Southwest Alder Street in downtown Portland, Oregon. Built in 1999 and renovated in 2011, the building was previously a Westin Hotel. Dossier opened on August 1, 2017. The hotel is operated by Provenance Hotels.

About this hotel

This trendy, sophisticated hotel among shops is 3 minutes’ walk from a light rail station, 8 minutes on foot from the Portland Art Museum and 2 miles from city views at the International Rose Test Garden.Chic rooms with midcentury modern–style decor provide Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, plus Bluetooth speakers and minibars. Suites add sitting areas. A 2-bedroom penthouse comes with a fireplace and a dining area. Yoga mats and exercise equipment are available by request.There’s a fitness center, meeting and event space, and a fashionable restaurant with a bar. Breakfast and valet parking are available.

Things You Need to Know

  • Guests praised the large, clean rooms and the beds
  • Guests praised the bathrooms
  • Walking distance to Pioneer Courthouse Square and Powell’s City of Books
  • Guests mentioned the service is friendly
  • Some guests complained about the breakfast
  • The hotel has a boutique store

Feedback From Real Customers

Kat Golik

Pros : Absolutely Fantastic location in central downtown Portland just a few minutes away from Powell’s Bookstore The rooms were very quiet once the window was closed and they even had blackout curtains The shower was great

Was able to secure a room with two double beds that were very comfortable and clean The room had a safe and nice bathrobes There was also a TV and the staff were only a text away Did not stay long enough to access the gym facilities The staff are very hands-off which is nice for me Free coffee and pastries at breakfast and your choice of local craft alcohol on checking inCons : No cleaning service until requested or you reach a 3rd day, no insuite mini bar just an empty fridge Can’t order room service as the restaurant and bar on site seems to be closed long-term instead, you have to order from a restaurant online that requires inputting of all your information again and was quite expensive Since the hotel was so central you were spoiled for choice in regards to food options outside the hotel so that wasnt a big deal for us Also no extra movies or things you could order on the tv if you were in the mood for that They charge a resort feeAll in all my complaints are pretty small and the hotel was at a good price point and so centrally located I would 100 percent stay there when I’m in Portland next If you are bombing around town all day it’s a perfect base camp for your adventures

Laura Nichol

We stayed at the Dossier because Travelportlandcom recommended it (in a recently updated article from Oct 2021) as a place that was dog-friendly with no pet fees that even had special amenities for dogs (bed, bowls, treats, and a “spiritual menu” we were dubious of and intrigued at the same time) The only box it ticked was the first one

We weren’t offered so much as a MilkBone for our pup, and when I saw the itemized receipt in my email, there was a $25 pet fee included in the bill It’s a nice place and we had no issues with the staff, but were disappointed from our expectations We had thought we’d be getting something extra special or we’d have opted to pay half as much to stay at Holiday Inn or something Maybe they need to talk to TravelPortlandcom about getting their info straight if they don’t want other guests to feel shorted

13. Hotel deLuxe (4-star hotel)

  • Address: 729 SW 15th Ave, Portland, OR 97205
  • Phone: (503) 219-2094
  • Ratings: 4.5 (1089 reviews) Excellent
  • Website : Hotel deLuxe
  • Check-in time: 4:00 PM
  • Check-out time: 12:00 PM
  • Quick Summary: Old Hollywood-influenced hotel with elegant lodging, art deco decor & a 1950s-style cocktail lounge.

About this hotel

Inspired by Old Hollywood glamor, this art-deco-style 1912 hotel is 2 blocks from the Providence Park MAX Station and an 11-minute walk from the Portland Art Museum.The contemporary rooms feature pillow-top mattresses, flat-screen TVs and iPod docks, as well as Wi-Fi (fee). Suites add separate living rooms, and the Marlene Dietrich suite features a circular bed. Room service is available.Amenities include a 24-hour exercise room, a business center and meeting space, in addition to a classic American restaurant and a 1950s-style cocktail lounge.

Things You Need to Know

  • Guests praised the beds
  • Walking distance to Powell’s City of Books and Pioneer Courthouse Square
  • Guests praised the friendly service
  • Guests praised the classic restaurant
  • Guests mentioned “Tea” 19 times
  • Guests praised the breakfast
  • Guests praised the nightlife

Feedback From Real Customers

Alex Castle

Stayed here on Saturday June 4th We came down to Eugene from WA for my best freinds funeral unfortunately It is my birthday weekend so my wife wanted to salvage what she could of it and booked us a room here

When we arrived we were greeted by Morgan with so much warmth and kindness My wife had mentioned it was my birthday and they put out some decorations and a card and upgraded our roomA lot hotel claim to be dog friendly but act put out Not here! We had dog beds and toys sent up and Morgan even came out from behind front desk and greeted our ancient dog personallyEvery other staff member was also extremely kind and helpful I would also like to note that the rose festival was going on and they were extremely busy and still had the best customer service we have received at a hotel in PortlandThank you!

Jackie Simon

Stayed at the hotel Deluxe for a night with some girlfriends We were able to get early check-in Our room was fantastic

Easy Uber rides to Keller Auditorium where we saw Hamilton After the show, we got back to the hotel and had a drink at the Driftwood, I chose to have the bartender make me a drink of his choiceI’m not a drinker, so when I got my cocktail, it was a surprise how much I enjoyed said cocktail After drinks, we ended up walking a few blocks to the Melting Pot, had a fantastic dinner and was easily able to Uber back to the hotel We woke up the next morning and had breakfast downstairs at Gracie’sgreat staff, delicious food, convenient location, we just took the elevator down We were able to go back to our and relax before our very easy check-outAll in all, such a fabulous stay at a beautiful hotel Great atmosphere The front desk was helpful and inviting Looking forward to booking another girls night when we go to another show at Kellers

Safal Neupane

I was travelingSo, I called in to reserve a room I was told the price and the time I am supposed to check out

I traveled for 30 minutes in the middle of night to get there to find out it was all lie The price went up, the check out went down Is it a simple misunderstanding? Or a way to take advantage? Such a big hotel and The hotel might be good hotel to stay but in terms of hospitality, might not be the best choice

14. Hi-Lo Hotel, Autograph Collection (4-star hotel)

About this hotel

Near shops and restaurants in downtown Portland, this upscale hotel is 10 minutes’ walk from live music and nightlife at McMenamins Crystal Ballroom, a 12-minute walk from the Portland Art Museum, and 2 miles from the sprawling Portland Japanese Garden.Polished rooms feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and sitting areas, as well as safes and coffeemakers. Upgraded quarters add city views; suites provide separate living rooms.Dining options include a modern Mexican restaurant, and a casual bar serving regional dishes; breakfast is offered for a fee. There’s also a gym and a stylish lobby lounge.

Things You Need to Know

  • Guests praised the rooms
  • Walking distance to Pioneer Courthouse Square and the Shanghai tunnels
  • 2 min walk to nearest transit
  • Guests praised the service
  • Guests liked the modern restaurant, which has a dinner buffet
  • Guests liked the lobby, mentioned 23 times in reviews
  • Guests praised the fitness center
  • Guests liked the casual bar

Feedback From Real Customers

Lisa Mayo

I cannot recommend this hotel highly enough It’s a great location and I love the design Our room was beautiful and so comfortable

Beyond everything else, Hope and everyone at the front desk were the best! They made us feel welcome and called us by name when we entered Hope scheduled a taxi for our return to the airportTommy in the bar was so much fun It felt like everyone in the lobby truly works as a team to make guests feel at home

Sibin Stephen

Always a pleasure staying at this hotel Very convenient if you are looking for food trucks Very clean and accommodating inside the hotel

The staff was very responsive and made sure that the overall stay was outstanding I would stay here again and recommend anyone that needs a night in Portland to stay here! Walking distance from tons of restaurants as well

Seattle Adventures

I pulled into this beautiful hotel in downtown Portland and I just got a new car When I pulled up to the valet I had the pleasure to be checked in by JeffreyI am writing this review because of Jeff

My experience and this hotel and the surrounding area were great I was checked in my car safe and secure and Jeff give me a little info to check out some local hot spots Thank you Jeffrey for taking of my new ride and directing me to the local hot spots Highly recommended

15. Embassy Suites by Hilton Portland Downtown (4-star hotel)

About this hotel

In an elegant building dating to 1912, this polished hotel among downtown eateries is a 4-minute walk from the Oak/SW 1st Ave light rail station and a mile from Portland Art Museum.Refined rooms offer flat-screen TVs and WiFi, plus minifridges, microwaves and coffeemakers. Suites add separate living rooms with pull-out sofas. Upgraded suites add fireplaces, or mezzanine levels and meeting spaces.Freebies include cooked breakfast and regular evening socials. There’s a fitness center and a heated indoor pool. Other amenities include 11 meeting rooms and a business center.

Things You Need to Know

  • Walking distance to the Shanghai tunnels and the Lan Su Chinese Garden
  • Guests mentioned the service is friendly
  • Guests praised the restaurant
  • Guests liked “omelettes”, mentioned 49 times in reviews
  • The hotel has a game room
  • One of the few hotels in the area with a hot tub
  • Guests praised the bar

Feedback From Real Customers

Carley Grimes

Very nice historical hotel, with all the charm but all the modern features one would expect today We stayed in a King Suite The room was incredibly spacious, and clean

The bed was very comfortable and there were tons of pillows The AC didn’t work as well as we would have liked but the room temp was still comfortable Self parking was available for free and breakfast was delicious with a made to order omelette bar

Tara Henry

Our hotel stay was great, we loved how friendly the staff was and they were quick to respond to our added requests The complimentary cocktail hour could have used more sacks but when your getting free drinks there isn’t much to complain about The complimentary breakfast was great, with made to order eggs/omelets it was definitely good

Only negative we have is that the parking prices were steep and the parking garage was not well secured, we felt uncomfortable walking there at night due to the plethora or homeless hanging out

Jennifer R

I was the primary meeting planner and event coordinator for a meeting at this hotel and they were SO excellent Mary, the event planner that I primarily worked with and spoke to prior to my arrival in Portland, was exemplary and I am so appreciative for all her help In fact, I didn’t speak to a single employee of the hotel that wasn’t extremely helpful and friendly

The hotel itself is beautiful and the rooms were spacious and clean My meeting attendees had a great time and were very complimentary of the hotel and staff as well I would not hesitate to stay at this hotel again as a guest (for personal travels) and my organization would certainly consider hosting another meeting at this hotel if/when we return to Portland

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