hotels with a view in Aloha, OR

1. Embassy Suites by Hilton Portland Hillsboro, Oregon (3-star hotel)

About this hotel

This polished all-suite hotel with a large atrium is 4 miles from Hillsboro Airport and 2 miles from Hillsboro Stadium.The contemporary suites include separate living rooms with pull-out sofas, microwaves, minifridges and coffeemakers, plus flat-screen TVs, Wi-Fi, dining tables and wet bars.Amenities include a grill restaurant, an indoor pool and a fitness center, plus a business center and 7 meeting rooms. There are regular evening socials. Breakfast and parking are available.

Things You Need to Know

  • One of the few hotels in the area with air conditioning
  • 12 min drive to the Rice Northwest Museum of Rocks and Minerals
  • One of the few hotels in the area with room service
  • One of the few hotels in the area with a restaurant
  • Guests mentioned hot tubs 17 times
  • One of the few hotels in the area with a fitness center
  • One of the few hotels in the area with a pool
  • One of the few hotels in the area with a bar

Feedback From Real Customers

Anna B W

We were so excited to stay here but it was overrun by sports teams, kids and people from conferencesWe stayed Saturday night and paid $300/night (after taxes/fees) for a very chaotic stay This is a smaller embassy suites location but is newer and has some nice touches

Parking is an additional $10 We had to move rooms because the first one wasn’t clean The pool was packed with 10+ kids and even if you were to go for a drink at the bar there was nowhere to sit with kids running around the lobby Also, screaming kids running up and down the hallways outside our room was not enjoyable We mentioned this to the front desk and they offered only a sorry and nothing more We booked through Hilton and are members but we were quite disappointed nothing was done to make up for our stay and lack of available amenitiesAll of the staff were wonderful! The breakfast here is really good with a lot of variety They also have a guest reception with some light snacks (veggies and chips) and beverages (5:30-7pm) Beds were very comfortable and most rooms only have showers(no bath tubs)

Scott Feldman

The hotel and staff while we were onsite were great A few hours after check out I saw I was charged $250 I called the hotel and they stated it was for smoking in the room

I proceeded to mention that I do not smoke I was transferred to the manager and this is when my experience turned bad He and I will leave his name off when on the state his head of housekeeping stated the room smoked like smoke and they took the room out of service He proceed to argue with me even when I say I would get a copy of my medical records to prove I do not smoke It took over 45 min of my precious vacation time to get my money refunded I will never stay at this property and might possible never stay at a Hilton property again It’s difficult to give a company business when a manger calls you a liar If you stay here I would have hotel staff walk through your room with you before you leave because it looks like they are trying to pull a fast one on us I have never had a manger imply or call me a liar or anyone one

Anil Singh

All things good about this hotel and it’s location Definitely worth the money as the experience is greatBuilding is kept neat and tidy

Lobby interior is very elegantRooms are very modern and updatedRestaurant on premisesMy stay was great and I’d definitely stay here again next time I’m in townReducing one star from my original review as I did a second stay and was not pleased with the state of affairs with the iron

2. Century Hotel (3-star hotel)

About this hotel

Set next to the Lake of the Commons, this relaxed hotel is near the shops and restaurants of downtown, and is 7 minutes’ walk from the Tualatin WES Station.The cozy, casual rooms feature flat-screen TVs, iPod docks and Wi-Fi, plus minifridges and microwaves. Most offer private decks or balconies, some with lake views. Upgraded rooms add whirlpool tubs, and suites feature separate sitting rooms with pull-out sofas.Hot breakfast is available. There’s a casual lakefront restaurant serving lunch and dinner. Other amenities include an indoor pool, a hot tub and an exercise room, plus a business center.

Things You Need to Know

  • Guests praised the rooms
  • 18 min drive to the Washington Park
  • 6 min walk to nearest train station
  • Guests praised the casual restaurant
  • Guests mentioned “lakes” 20 times
  • Guests praised the breakfast

Feedback From Real Customers

Emma Virgen

After checking out, there was a charge in my bank account of a couple hundred dollars I called the hotel and asked why I was being charged and they said it was because there was an ironing board, iron, and pillow missing from the room They accused me of stealing the items and had footage of me and my husband checking into the hotel but conveniently “couldn’t find the footage of us checking out”

There’s no way I could fit an ironing board in my over night bag along with an iron and pillow I called the hotel manager and explained the situation and they only agreed to give me $50 back If you don’t want to get accused of stealing, I would find another hotel to stay at

3. 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

4. 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!

5. Hilton Garden Inn Portland/Beaverton (3-star hotel)

About this hotel

In an area with offices, eateries and hotels off Highway 26, this casual hotel is within 6 miles of several high-tech companies, and under 10 miles from downtown Portland.Understated rooms offer flat-screen TVs and Wi-Fi, plus minifridges, microwaves and coffeemakers. Suites add separate living areas with pull-out sofas.There’s a restaurant, as well as a lobby lounge, an outdoor patio and a 24/7 convenience store. Additional amenities include 4 meeting rooms, a business center and an exercise room. Parking and breakfast are available.

Things You Need to Know

  • Guests liked the large rooms and the beds
  • 11 min drive to the Washington Park
  • One of the few hotels in the area with room service
  • Guests praised the friendly service
  • Guests mentioned lobbies 21 times
  • Guests mentioned hot tubs 11 times
  • Guests praised the fitness center, which has weight machines
  • Guests liked the lobby bar

Feedback From Real Customers

lisa kane

Our room was nice and clean This is my second time staying at a Hilton Garden hotel and what I really like about their rooms is that they feel roomy, larger than they are, they are well designed in that they think about how a traveler would use the space, which I really appreciateFor example they have plenty of room and storage for your luggage and all your things, which I have found in many hotel rooms they offer space for one suitcase but nowhere to put a 2nd or more suitcases and your other items you travel with

So you feel crampedAlong with other convenient small things that make traveling easier in their roomsThey had a welcoming and tastefully done lobby with an eating/commons area to just chill outThey also have a great outdoor seating area with a fire-pit So for what I call a good value hotel I highly recommend themThe only thing that wasn’t great was their pillows They were flat and not soft So I was glad that I brought my own pillow

Misty Saunders

Great place Upscale rooms, plenty of parking Hotel Staff were friendly, helpful and courteous

Laundry facility could be upgraded and expanded to accommodate more than 1 or 2 guests at a time Excellent fitness room It was a long walk from one end of the hotel on the 3rd floor to the laundry room all the way on the other end of the hotel on the 1st floor Bit there are key-card controlled exits at each end for convenient ingress and egress from all sides of the hotel No vending machines, but there are sundry overpriced goodies available at a counter by the front desk There is a convenience store/gas station just up the block a bit, (closes at 11pm) within walking distance Lots of meeting rooms on the first floor Ice machines on every floor Overall a great experience, I would definitely recommend this hotel to any road-weary travelers Please note that they charge an additional $25 per night deposit on your reservation, required at check-in, so that added $150 to our week’s stay Don’t know how long it takes for your deposit to get refunded Beautiful hotel, inside and out We loved our Executive King Suite It was roomy and comfortable! And no problems booking with our service dog


Spend your money elsewhere I chose this specific location/Hilton because it offered room service and I was healing from a medical procedure and was trying not to leave my room as much as possible I found out after I checked in that they are not offering it, though it is still being advertised

I called corporate and opened a case regarding my complaint only to be treated poorly on the phone every time I would call to check in on it as though I had done something wrong Management at this hotel also “denied” any compensation for this complaint and claimed they notified me of this, but I never once heard from the hotel manager about this decision When I called corporate they said they couldn’t do anything and it was up to the manager at that location to decide, so I was transferred to the hotel front desk only to be told “there is not a manager on duty” and that there “might” be one in tomorrow?Honestly staying here felt like the McDonald’s of hotels There were big pieces of food on the box spring on the side of the mattress that I had to throw away myself and it was gross I also had called and asked for more bathroom products and never got any Had to call again the following day and “remind them” and then was told I had to come down to get them The bar menu is also extremely limited Don’t waste your money staying at this overpriced hotel- I may as well have stayed at a motel 6

6. The Hotel Zags Portland (4-star hotel)

  • Address: 515 SW Clay St, Portland, OR 97201
  • Phone: (503) 484-1084
  • Ratings: 4.1 (1202 reviews) Very good
  • Website : The Hotel Zags Portland
  • Check-in time: 4:00 PM
  • Check-out time: 12:00 PM
  • Quick Summary: Warmly furnished quarters in a hip hotel offering a restaurant, a courtyard & a game room.

About this hotel

A 3-minute walk from the nearest tram stop, this trendy hotel amid Downtown’s cafes is 10 minutes away on foot from Pioneer Courthouse Square and a 7-minute walk from the Portland Art Museum.Warmly furnished rooms provide flat-screen TVs, minifridges and coffeemakers, in addition to safes and complimentary Wi-Fi. Suites add separate living areas with pull-out sofas. Room service is offered.A courtyard features a vertical garden and fire pits. Other amenities include a casual restaurant, a game room and event space. Bike, camera and fishing rod rentals are available, as are valet parking (fee) and electric charging stations. Pets are welcome.

Things You Need to Know

  • Walking distance to the Oregon Historical Society Museum and the Portland Art Museum
  • Guests liked the rooms but some thought they were small
  • Some guests complained about the bathrooms and the showers
  • Guests mentioned the service is friendly
  • Guests mentioned “skateboards” 18 times
  • Guests praised the grounds and liked the architecture
  • Guests praised the breakfast

Feedback From Real Customers

Hampus Engstroem

Remember to use ʜoᴛᴇʟʙoʟʟʏᴄᴏm when booking your place This web site will compare thousands of booking websites and usually will have rooms a lot cheaper than others! Thank me later! This place is one of my favorites in this area

I have been staying here for years If you choose this place you for sure won’t be disappointedMy wife and I had a wonderful time here It’s perfectly located to lots of things to do, there’s a bus stop right outside & a max line just down the street This hotel was great- they had a gear rental space, something I’ve never seen at a hotel There was live music & a cozy courtyard It definitely seemed like it catered to younger people Parking was a bit rough- we had planned on driving over to the east side after checking in, but we had gotten the last spot & didn’t want to lose it I’m glad we didn’t move either, because when we went down to check on the car later at night, there were several cars circling the garage looking for a spot Overall we really enjoyed it & plan on coming back soon

Lacey Kraft

The hotel is beautiful, clean and comfortably modern The staff is welcoming and lovely The rooms are stunning the bed and crisp linens amazing

Great bathrobes were just a fun luxury I didn’t want to leave The game room is a blast as well Courtyard is beautiful A great experience, I will be staying here every time I come to visit my new favorite city

Courtney E.

Lovely hotel in a great location The staff was friendly and helpful and the rooms are nice and have a mini fridge Their restaurant has good food and their patio is cute

Very clean and climate controlled Also, they have bikes, video games, etc that you can rent from the front desk We didn’t use them, but it’s cool that they’re available

7. Canopy by Hilton Portland Pearl District (4-star hotel)

About this hotel

Set in the buzzy Pearl District full of trendy shops and eateries, this hip hotel is a 2-minute walk from the nearest light rail stop. It’s 13 minutes by foot from Pioneer Courthouse Square and 2 miles from Portland Japanese Garden.Warm, cozy rooms feature floor-to-ceiling windows and offer free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, plus minifridges and Nespresso machines. All rooms have seating areas and views of the city.Complimentary breakfast is served in a hip restaurant that features locally sourced foods. There’s an indoor garden with a modern lounge, plus a 24/7 rooftop gym. Event space is available, as well as valet parking (fee).

Things You Need to Know

  • Guests praised the large rooms, which have TVs
  • 1 min walk to nearest transit
  • Guests mentioned the service is friendly
  • Guests liked the architecture and praised the lobby
  • Guests praised the fitness center
  • One of the few hotels in the area with a casino
  • Guests praised the modern bar

Feedback From Real Customers

Priya Ball

Overall a disappointing experience, especially for the price The lounge area is very nice and the room decor has a fun Portland vibe to it However the rooms left a lot to be desired cleanliness wise

The bathroom had dusty surfaces and active mold growing in the shower, and the sheets and pillows smelled awful The floor also seemed like it hadn’t been cleaned In general the quality of the room does not match the price point We showed up at 5 (an hour after check in time) and our room still wasn’t ready, had to wait 30 more minutes which was not great with an infant The front desk and valet staff were great though, very polite Definitely will not be returning to stay here

Sally Mitchell

I highly recommend this hotel if you want to stay in central Portland I love all the cool rustic chic lounge areas to relax, particularly the winter garden which is really chill I enjoyed the rooftop gym with city views and an outdoor seating area

The staff are all super helpful and welcoming It’s walking distance to some good restaurants and shops in Pearl District and Nob Hill, and also walking distance to Washington Park They also have a restaurant on-site which does great breakfasts! Overall I really enjoyed my stay there

Kierstin Elise

I had stayed at the Canopy before the pandemic and had a wonderful experience so I decided to return for a girls trip Unfortunately my experience the second time around was much different!On the way to the hotel I called the front desk to inquire about whether they had a Tesla charger on site because we were trying to map out our trip/miles The woman I spoke with at the front desk assured me they had one we could use

We arrived, checked our car with the valet and asked if he could place it on the charger for us He let us know they did not have a Tesla charger I explained to him I had called ahead and spoke to the front desk and ultimately she had given me the wrong information The valet luckily was very kind and went out of his way to assist us & was very apologetic about the mishap (he was phenomenal and I wish I knew his name to personally mention)!We then went to check in and I noticed they had booked us in a single king room but our reservation was for 2 queens It took a little time but they were able to get it straightened out after I pulled up my email to confirm However, in hindsight I wish I would’ve stayed with the original roomWe ended up with a room on the 6th floor that had bed bugs Our stay was only 1 night and both of us ended up with close to 30 bites on each of our bodies We weren’t sure what the ‘rash’ was at first (that’s what we thought it was) but a doctor quickly confirmed it was bites from bed bugs We both ended up needing a prescription steroid due to the number of bites and inflammation My friend promptly called the hotel to let them know they may have an infestation and they didn’t seem to take her concerns seriously at all, which was shocking! I would be very cautious staying here! I’d seen other reviews mention the lack of cleanliness but never in a million years did I expect there to be bed bugs!Side note: I will say that the restaurant was a very good experience and between the servers there and the valet attendant, those were the only times I feel I experienced great customer service!

8. 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

9. Hyatt Centric Downtown Portland (4-star hotel)

About this hotel

Set among downtown eateries, this upscale hotel is 7 minutes’ walk from Portland Art Museum and 2 miles from Portland Japanese Garden. It’s 9 miles from both Portland International Airport, and hiking in the Tualatin Mountains.Polished rooms feature Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minifridges, plus Keurig coffeemakers. Upgraded rooms offer mountain views. Suites add sitting areas; upgraded suites have living rooms with pull-out sofas. Room service is available.Amenities consist of a 24/7 gym and a 24-hour convenience store, as well as valet parking.

Things You Need to Know

  • Guests praised the showers
  • Walking distance to Powell’s City of Books and Pioneer Courthouse Square
  • Guests liked that this hotel is near shopping
  • Guests praised the friendly service
  • Guests praised the mountain views

Feedback From Real Customers

Gary Jelks

This hotel was a bit odd on the first impression Concrete floors and ceilings A corporate brand hotel but with a boutique feel

Staff were amazing and not uniformly dressedThe room was spacious and the shower was exquisiteWe ate in the restaurant and the burger was deliciousThe fitness center was well stocked and the water and ice machines easy to useWill definitely look to book Hyatt hotels in the futureThanks for a great stay


Swanky, friendly and high-level! I couldn’t have asked for a better hotel to stay in with my young daughter Right away, there is valet parking which made it easy! You walk in and the decor is very fresh and modern This hotel was renovated/built in 2020 so everything is so fresh and new

The beds and rooms are so comfortable and the views can’t be beat When I walked down to breakfast, I was expecting cereal and stale waffles BUT NO! Amazingly fresh artisan breakfasts with fresh squeezed grapefruit and orange juice You can tell this hotel takes great pride in what they do and have tried to make it a new experience Don’t hesitate to book! I will be back

sushant maheshwari

I stayed at this hotel for 1 night Being an above average traveler, I have traveled many Hyatt properties and this one is average in terms of servicePlus points:1

location is good, walkable to nearby pubs bars but everything closes around 9 so you will have a hard time2 Room ambience is good although few people might find the space to be on the cozier sideNegative points:1 Service was very slow in the morning especially with their restaurant staff, had to wait for over 10minutes after I was seated to have my order placed2 Limited choices in the menu, especially being a vegetarian most of choices were automatically eliminated I wish there were a bit flexible like other properties for their vegan/vegetarian customers

10. 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

Remember to use ʜoᴛᴇʟʙoʟʟʏᴄᴏm when booking any room This web site will compare thousands of booking websites and normally will have prices a lot cheaper compared to others! Thank me later on! This hotel is one of the most well known in the area

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

11. Hotel Rose – A Staypineapple Hotel (3-star hotel)

About this hotel

Located Downtown, this hip, modern hotel across the street from the Waterfront Park Trail is 1 block from a MAX light rail station and a 7-minute walk from Oregon Maritime Museum.The chic rooms have 42-inch flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi and desks with ergonomic chairs, plus minifridges and Keurig coffeemakers. Some have private balconies or waterfront views. The sole suite adds a separate sitting room with a dining table.There’s a colorful restaurant/bar with a floor-to-ceiling fireplace, and a gym. Freebies include coffee and cakes, served in the lobby each afternoon, and loaner bikes. Dogs are welcomed with bowls, beds and treats (fee).

Things You Need to Know

  • Guests liked the clean rooms and praised the beds
  • Some guests complained about the showers
  • Walking distance to Pioneer Courthouse Square and the Portland Saturday Market
  • Guests liked the friendly, professional service
  • Guests liked “cupcakes”, mentioned 36 times in reviews
  • Guests praised the architecture
  • Guests praised the bar

Feedback From Real Customers

Ryan Miller

Service was awesome Location perfect The rooms themselves, we booked 2, were good but could have been a little cleaner

Corners of rooms were dusty so maybe a little more attention to detail The biggest issue was the lack of hot water for showering It was warm but never got to being “hot” We only stayed one night so it wasn’t a huge deal, got the job done Overall it was a go9d experience

Jodie Hebbard

This is now one of my favourite hotel chains and I can’t wait to visit more of them It’s such a chill vibe, but while maintaining excellent service The staff were so helpful and friendly and of course they are SUPER dog friendly which was amazing

We’ve traveled a lot with our dogs and have never come across a place like this that is so welcoming to the dogs Extra nice touches are the robes and free water bottles The food and drinks at the restaurant were really good as well And the location can’t be beat Right on the river and near all the shops and sights downtown and walking distance to the Saturday market Can’t wait to come back!

Christini Inbetweeni

Wonderful stay! Everyone at the front desk was so, so nice (including, of course, the famous Kennedy mentioned in so many reviews) and generous We loved the location and walked all over the city, which was much needed after eating all the wonderful food available Rooms were clean, towels were brought up within just a couple minutes after I realized we needed a couple more, and the hotel was surprisingly quiet with noise from other rooms

I think one night we heard noise from the room next to or below us, but they had to have been exceptionally loud!Overall, I would not hesitate to stay here again! The hotel is lovely but the people here are what really make this such a great place to stay

12. 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

13. Royal Sonesta Portland Downtown (4-star hotel)

About this hotel

Located 2 blocks from a MAX light rail station, this chic, downtown hotel is a 12-minute walk from Portland Art Museum and 2.3 miles from Portland Japanese Garden.All of the eclectically furnished accommodations have retro styling, designer wallpaper and fabrics, desks, and 32-inch flat-screen TVs. Suites add living rooms. Some have dining areas, whirlpool tubs and city views. Wi-Fi is available for a fee, and room service is offered.There’s an all-day tavern and cocktail bar, a fitness center, and in-room spa services (fee). Pets are welcomed with treats, food bowls and dog beds. Grooming and walking services are also available (fees).

Things You Need to Know

  • Walking distance to Pioneer Courthouse Square and Powell’s City of Books
  • Guests praised the large, clean rooms but some complained about the kitchenettes
  • Guests praised the professional service
  • Guests mentioned “wallpapers” 14 times
  • Guests praised the lobby
  • Guests praised the nightlife
  • Guests liked the cocktail bar

Feedback From Real Customers

Joss Dibble

We had a great stay at the Royal Sonesta The rooms are beautiful, clean, and spacious We stayed in a suite with two adults, two toddlers, and an infant

The decor of the hotel is charming and eclectic while simultaneously feeling modern, clean, and high quality The staff was incredibly friendly and helpful, including everyone from the front desk to housekeeping, and overall exceptional service There was valet parking but we arrived Saturday night and we’re able to park for free on the street directly in front of the hotel

Justine Bee

Was pleasantly greeted by the expansive lobby complete with chess set and piano, lots of quirky colorful decor We’d booked before 6pm for our King suite room and upon arrival after 10pm found it wasn’t ready The front desk man kindly made it worth our wait and it wasn’t really an issue

For being a large hotel we were not provided with a map to find our room although we figured it out, I just thought that unusual No complimentary amenities besides water and coffee when we’d arrived In the bathroom of our room I found tiny bits of broken glass beneath the sink, likely from one of their provided glass cups having shattered previously There were no instructions for using the jacuzzi, or more importantly draining it so we were only able to use it the once Also I feel the step up to get into the jacuzzi is a wet safety hazard They removed the mini bar/fridge for covid so no where to store our food overnight The beds have no comforter or blanket, and rough sheets We enjoyed the funky decor and despite everything had considered staying another night as we were visiting family My boyfriend requested of the front desk through their text service and was informed by the first AM shift that our room was still available By 9am while we were asleep it was already booked and no alternatives rooms or rates were offered When asked about this we were informed it was a highly sought after room, but being as we were in house and had asked first we were upset they’d give it to someone else so soon We expressed discontentment and were told a manager would reach out to us after check out but this never happened We ended up booking another hotel


Perfection Absolutely perfection Love the decor

Vintage without the smellI want to meet the interior designer and congratulate them on an exquisite juxtaposition of the sublime, dreamy and plain old vintage Being there transports you to another place, another time Love the chessboard in the lobbyCleanliness, style, service One night of staycation released a season of stress Thank you

14. Aloft Hillsboro-Beaverton (3-star hotel)

About this hotel

Across the street from Amberglen Park, this trendy hotel in an industrial area is 1 mile from the closest rapid transit station and 11 miles from Portland Japanese Garden.Contemporary rooms have free Wi-Fi, flat-screens and minifridges, as well as wet bars, and tea and coffeemakers. Suites add balconies offering park views, and living rooms with pull-out sofas. Room service is available. Kids stay at no cost with an adult.Parking is included. There’s also a lounge, and a cocktail bar serving light bites, plus an indoor pool, a 24/7 gym and a pantry. Dogs are provided with beds, toys and treats (lodging is free; fees may apply for extras).

Things You Need to Know

  • 13 min drive to the Rice Northwest Museum of Rocks and Minerals
  • Guests mentioned the service is friendly
  • Some guests complained about the kitchenettes
  • Some guests complained about the bathrooms
  • Some guests complained about the restaurant
  • Guests mentioned lobbies 26 times
  • Guests praised the fitness center
  • The hotel has a game room

Feedback From Real Customers


Overall a good stay at the hotel The front desk and housekeepers were all pleasant and helpful The hotel is newer and quite modern, and in a safe neighborhood close to restaurants and shops

There were a few things about the hotel that I wasn’t a huge fan of The rooms have an open concept to them, where the sink is outside of the bathroom, and is right behind the wall where the beds are If someone wakes up in the middle of the night to use the bathroom, the light by the sink shines over the wall and can wake others up Also, there is no microwave in the rooms, although there is one in near the front desk that you can use It was inconvenient to go down 4 floors to warm up our leftovers in the eveningI stayed for 5 nights and was told that for my length of stay that they would clean the room every other day (which was perfectly fine), but there was some sort of supposed glitch in their system that made our room get skipped over for cleaning I had to go down to the lobby on the 4th day to see what was going on The lady at the front desk was very sweet and put in a call to housekeeping, which came and finally cleaned our room an hour later Not the worst thing in the world, but after being out exploring all day, coming back to our room to see the trash still piled up and the towels not refreshed, it was a bit of a bummer Then having to leave our room for a while so they could clean it that evening, left us feeling exhaustedDespite the minor inconveniences, I enjoyed our stay here and would return if we are ever in the area again!

Paul Allen

Great Modern place &Wonderful atmosphere! Amazing Staff! Secure building! Kind & courteous people everywhere you turn! This is Definitely a Great place to Stay & Relax & still have access to Whatever you want to do or desire to have a great time! Feels tucked away & also Right there amongst Everything you would want to do! Next time we are in Oregon, we will be checking this place out again & if it is near where we need to do our things, we will Definitely be back! Their breakfast is Awesome & can be ordered the day before as well Great place to be!Thank you, Aloft Marriott!

Brian Rowland

Lots of reasons to love this hotel:- No extra fees for pets (most hotels put a fee in front of you at check-in)- Clean, modern rooms Fluffy towels Mini fridge- Big TV with lots of channels, or stream with included internet access- Quiet location, and only 5-10 min walk to Starbucks and Whole FoodsI’d def stay again

15. Residence Inn by Marriott Portland Downtown/Pearl District (3-star hotel)

About this hotel

This modern extended-stay hotel is 1 mile from the Portland Art Museum and 2 miles from the Portland Japanese Garden.The stylish studios come with fully equipped kitchens and free Wi-Fi, as well as pull-out sofas, desks, and flat-screen TVs with premium cable channels. Some have city views, while 1- and 2-bedroom suites add separate living areas.Hot breakfast is free. There’s a relaxed American bar/restaurant and a grocery delivery service, as well as a 24/7 convenience store, an indoor pool and a fitness room. Other amenities include a business center, 5 meeting rooms and laundry facilities.

Things You Need to Know

  • Guests liked the large rooms, which have microwaves
  • Walking distance to the Lan Su Chinese Garden and Powell’s City of Books
  • Guests liked the service
  • Guests praised the restaurant
  • Guests mentioned “Fire pit” 11 times
  • Guests liked the fitness center
  • The hotel has a boutique store

Feedback From Real Customers

Molly Johnson

Erik at the front desk was phenomenal We scheduled our reservation on the wrong night and the staff was more than accommodating in helping us get things sorted (even gave us two free drinks at the bar) Kevin is a fantastic bartender, super nice and his cocktails are amazing! Get the old fashioned or the charlotte! The whole place smells so clean, the room is gorgeous

We won’t stay anywhere else when we visit the city

David Brown

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I’ve been staying here for a very long time If you stay for a few nights you for sure won’t be disappointedCould not be more pleased Great location, spotlessly clean, aesthetically pleasant, huge room with great amenities, delicious breakfast, friendly staff Would absolutely stay here again

alicia ruiz

Super nice place Friendly staff, complimentary breakfast buffet For how big and nice this hotel is, the pool is TINY and they don’t have a hot tub

But they have a gym? Make it make senseWe stayed in a studio with two queen sized beds and pull out couch The room was very spacious and the bathroom was a decent size also

16. Hilton Portland Downtown (3-star hotel)

  • Address: 921 SW 6th Ave, Portland, OR 97204
  • Phone: (503) 226-1611
  • Ratings: 4.1 (2874 reviews) Very good Eco-certified
  • Website : Hilton Portland Downtown
  • Check-in time: 4:00 PM
  • Check-out time: 12:00 PM
  • Quick Summary: Polished Downtown lodging with a gastropub & a cafe, plus a fitness room & extensive meeting space.

About this hotel

A 3-minute walk from Pioneer Courthouse Square, this upscale hotel is a block from the MAX Light Rail service, providing links to Portland’s main attractions, and 10 miles from Portland International Airport.The warm rooms offer custom-designed beds, 65-inch flat-screen TVs and Wi-Fi (fee). Suites add separate living areas and extra bedrooms; some have panoramic city views.Amenities include a lively gastropub serving locally sourced fare, a warm cafe, and a laid-back bar offering classic American dishes, along with a business center and 70,000 sq ft of flexible meeting space. There’s also a fitness room.

Things You Need to Know

  • The rooms have TVs
  • Walking distance to Pioneer Courthouse Square and the Oregon Historical Society Museum
  • Guests mentioned the rooms are small
  • Some guests complained about the bathrooms
  • 2 min walk to nearest transit
  • Guests mentioned lobbies 108 times
  • Guests praised the panoramic city views
  • Guests liked the fitness center

Feedback From Real Customers

Nick Corcimiglia

It was a great weekend spending time with friends and going to a concert The room was perfect, the whole staff was super helpful, valet, the gentleman running breakfast, the nice lady at the front desk and the amenities are super nice Unfortunately there were just a couple hiccups, my door lock battery died and the room climate controls weren’t working properly

No big fuss though The staff was able to assist when possible The biggest concern is getting these nice folks more help Seemed everyone was running each dept alone Overall, had a great time and loved being downtown

Anh Nguyen

This probably our first and last time staying at this hotel, and will really affect future consideration of Hilton hotels even with my Hilton membership Check-in receptionist not polite and really started our stay with a very uncomfortable vibe, sadly Did not greet us as guests when check-in, couldnt even hear what he said clearly and showed no desire to provide info about our stay, couldn’t answer billing questions (what included in charges/hold at check-in) & again showed no desire to assist us

Also did not wear name tag like other staff, which we had to ask for name When we came to ask to manager, he was right next there and gave us a not nice look as we left after asking manager about credit card charged We have never experienced such bad customer service and an uneasy, unsafe feeling at a hotel, somewhere we should feel safe Couldn’t sleep at ease so up writing a review for management improvement We understand people may have good & bad days at work We’re always nice & courteous to all service staff knowing the hard work they put in, but standard service & sense of safety is expected We paid for a park & stay room rate, and again confused when got an emailed bill for $55 valet parking (yes very pricey parking option but we opted to that rather than public/street parking for safety reasons) The valet guy and manager Raymond were nice though Other than that the room is fine, toilet is pretty compact though (with visible water damage/stain on ceiling) Very close to restaurants and things to do in downtown so you can walk to many places

The K Green Show

The Hilton Portland Downtown is standard fair from a room standpoint in a high rise hotel that had 23 floors That meaning that the rooms are expected to be small and give the basic accommodations of a bed, a chair, and a small desk for the price and had the largest tv in a room I have ever had My room was clean, and the bathroom looked refreshed with hair dryer and plenty of water pressure and too hot sink hot water, although the room could have used some maintenance for the small things like pulled out towel and toilet paper holders

I liked the bed feel, the pillows, and the sheets as it leaned towards being a softer bed The cleaning staff was friendly and they do come by each day without being asked like other covid savings of late Front desk folks were helpful and the hotel has a restaurant in side of it, Hop-City The lobby area is nice looking and has ample seating for meandering about, drinking, eating, waiting for your ride I liked that a lot The conference areas were good and sized to handle many hundreds of people easily Not sure if the conference food was provided by hotel to which I think it was but some of those choices could be questioned like serving cold cafeteria chicken breasts that were meant to be hot But even those servers were nice Large area out front for share riding and taxis Working escalators and fast elevators The area around the hotel was in a nice section of downtown and only 2 or 3 blocks up front the light rail from the airport which only costs 3 bucks to get you there to the Pioneer Square stop

17. Hotel Vance, Portland, a Tribute Portfolio Hotel (4-star hotel)

About this hotel

Amid official buildings in Downtown, this trendy hotel is 3 minutes’ walk from a light rail station and 4 minutes’ walk from the Portland Art Museum.Featuring colorful murals and industrial accents, the contemporary rooms provide Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and desks, plus minifridges and coffeemakers. Upgraded rooms and suites add city views.There’s a restaurant, a Starbucks cafe and 24-hour fitness room. Parking and electric charging stations are available, as is breakfast.

Things You Need to Know

  • Walking distance to the Portland Art Museum and the Oregon Historical Society Museum
  • 3 min walk to nearest transit
  • Some guests complained about the bathrooms
  • Guests mentioned showers 10 times
  • Guests praised the bar

Feedback From Real Customers

Sarah Torres

What a great facility! The rooms are renovated + modern (and ultra clean), the parking is gated and plentiful, the staff is helpful and friendly, and the in-house restaurant was really awesome We had two suppers and a breakfast there, because it was so convenient and delicious Our room was wonderfully quiet, too

The only complaint is the low water pressure – it’s hard to shampoo long hair without a little more oomph from the shower But we’ll be back – great location, great hotel

Whitney Pederson

This probably has one of the best hotel bars I’ve been to The drinks are amazing and my bartender Cain was so nice and helpful The drink menu is very cute

I really liked their beer selection as well My favorite beer is Vortex Fort George and they actually had it I highly recommend the food too! Seriously what a great fun place! Cain let me take a photo of drinks he made for a table

Dianne Hensley

The Hotel was exactly as presented Nothing fancy but clean and well located Street parking was readily available so we saved ourselves the $45 a night (you have to pay a couple of dollars per hour after 8 am but 7pm to 8 am is free)

They lost a star because they didn’t clean the room the first day When I called down to ask they said housekeeping had to be requested I asked how I would know that, and they said I should have been told when I checked in I was not The restaurant in the lobby had a tasty hotpot that was easily shareable

18. The Society Hotel – Portland (3-star hotel)

  • Address: 203 NW 3rd Ave, Portland, OR 97209
  • Phone: (503) 445-0444
  • Ratings: 4.5 (1203 reviews) Excellent Eco-certified
  • Website : The Society Hotel – Portland
  • Check-in time: 3:00 PM
  • Check-out time: 11:00 AM
  • Quick Summary: Airy dorms & private rooms in a hip 19th-century sailors’ hotel with a cafe/bar & a roof deck.

About this hotel

Originally built in 1881 as a boarding house for sailors, this hip hotel is a 3-minute walk from the Old Town/Chinatown MAX Station and less than a mile from the Portland Art Museum.The airy rooms and suites featuring hardwood floors and exposed brick walls are decorated with historical artifacts and offer free Wi-Fi. Shared hostel–style rooms provide bunk beds and communal bathrooms. Private rooms with shared bathrooms are also available, and upgraded suites add sofas and private bathrooms.Perks include a chic lobby cafe with a bar, and a roof deck with views of downtown Portland and the Willamette River. Laundry facilities are available.

Things You Need to Know

  • Guests praised the clean bathrooms
  • Guests liked the clean rooms but some thought they were small
  • Walking distance to the Shanghai tunnels and the Lan Su Chinese Garden
  • Guests praised the friendly service
  • Guests praised the restaurant
  • Guests liked “Patio”, mentioned 39 times in reviews
  • Guests praised the terrace and liked the architecture

Feedback From Real Customers

Jazmine Freeman

My first hostel hotel experience and it was surprisingly pleasant! The rooftop was beautiful and cold The lobby was comfy and warm The drinks were all amazing

I tried different local wines, had some tea, and grabbed a cup of coffee the morning before my departure It was all short, sweet, and comfortable I’ll be visiting Portland more and hope to get a room there again Definitely 10/10

Niusha Tajvidi

I would go back and visit Portland just to stay at this hotel! The staff here are beyond incredible Upon arrival I had a lot of anxiety as I was a first time solo traveller and everyone there made me feel so safe Everyone there genuinely cares about you and your safety

The hotel offers an escort system if you feel unsafe at a location and you can even text the staff at anytime which was super helpful I stayed at a single room which meant I had to share a bathroom and I had some reservations about it before visiting but it exceeded all my expectations! The room and bathroom was honestly cleaner than at any hotel I have stayed at The cafe/restaurant in the lobby had amazing food (I had a chocolate chip cookie from there every single day because honestly it was the best) There’s also amazing views from the beautiful rooftop patio I VERY HIGHLY recommend staying here!

Michelle Rodriguez

Gosh what a unique hostel/hotel I loved staying here They have a big, coed hostel room with comfortable, ship-berthing-inspired bunks

They have privacy curtains which I loved The hotel also has private rooms but I didn’t stay in oneI loved the common cafe area The hours are long and there are always people taking advantage of the spaceThe only thing I can say negatively about this was the location being swamped by homeless people I have compassion for them but there’s a lot of unaddressed mental health issues and it made me feel unsafe leaving at night The doors to the cafe/hotel required being buzzed in or using your room key so that was coolOverall, I would stay here again This is the nicest hostel I’ve been in

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