hotels with a view in Damascus, OR

1. AC Hotel by Marriott Portland Downtown, OR (3-star hotel)

About this hotel

Surrounded by the shops and eateries of Downtown, and offering views of the Willamette River, this sleek, contemporary hotel is 1 mile from Union Station and 2 miles from Moda Center arena.The understated rooms feature marble bathrooms, free Wi-Fi and smart TVs, as well as minifridges, and tea and coffeemaking facilities. Some add river views, floor-to-ceiling windows and/or pull-out sofas.Amenities include a lobby coffee shop, and a bar offering tapas. There’s also an exercise room and a convenience store. Breakfast and valet parking are available for a surcharge.

Things You Need to Know

  • Guests praised the clean rooms
  • Walking distance to Pioneer Courthouse Square and the Portland Art Museum
  • 2 min walk to nearest transit
  • Guests praised the restaurant
  • Guests liked “Barista”, mentioned 10 times in reviews
  • Guests praised the fitness center

Feedback From Real Customers

Kathryn Easton

We had a lovely stay here over the weekend Hotel was nice, staff were friendly and amenities good Being new to Portland, we were not aware of the homeless population that lingered in the streets

I would not say this was any downside to the hotel or our stay as we enjoyed our stay Simply be aware of this when visiting downtownWe enjoyed how quite the hotel was and the black out curtains during our stay It allowed us to sleep-in when we wanted without disruptionWhile travelling, we needed a few essentials that the hotel was able to provide This included a shaving kit and tums Things we clearly forgot to pack Thank you to the staff and who were helpful during our stayValet was around $48 US and was valuable during our stay You’ll notice lots of parkades in the area but knowing our car was safe and secure, and valuable whenever we needed it, was a nice option to have

Ashok Das

Good place to stay for a night or twoWe stayed as a family We reached at late night and our room was ready

Parking is a problem They offer valet parking (at $49), but make sure you offload all your stuffs as they use another building to parkService was courteous, we got a microwave in the room on requestThey had a small breakfast corner where we ordered bagels and croissants (for $4 each)Check-out was a breeze They gave us a few hours more on request

Gen Bee

Not sure what to say about this hotel we had nothing but bad luck…checkin process was decent and the location is good The room was not that great The shower/toilet situation was not the best definitely awkward with the see through glass for the toilet/shower especially at night if you need to use the washroom it’s a little odd definitely not practical

There was a little fridge but no microwave There is valet parking at this hotel and it takes about 15-20 minutes to retrieve your vehicle which is fine but our car was broken into and that was not pleasant dealing with that so it isn’t safe at all They also do not clean your rooms daily The heat/ac system was absolutely awful it was freezing when we came back from a day out so I turned the heat up and then it was suddenly super boiling and the fire alarm went off in our room (we were just trying to nap) They called us and told us not to smoke and they could give us a fine – we didn’t appreciate the tone as we do not smoke nor have we ever We ended up just turning the stupid heat/ac unit off completely as we didn’t want to deal with that again so it was terribly stuffy Having driven there and just wanting to enjoy our first vacation in a long time, we ended up leaving two days early and moving on not trusting our vehicle was safe we definitely did not have the best of experiences sadly Would not recommend

2. Hampton Inn Portland/Clackamas (3-star hotel)

About this hotel

Set in a commercial area alongside I-205, this unfussy hotel is 2 miles from Clackamas Town Center mall, 5 miles from Willamette Falls and 11 miles from downtown Portland.Offering free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, the unpretentious rooms also feature coffeemakers and desks.A hot breakfast buffet and to-go breakfast bags are complimentary, as is off-street parking. Other amenities include a convenience store, a business center and a coin-operated laundry, along with a hot tub and a fitness room. Meeting and event facilities are available.

Things You Need to Know

  • Guests praised the clean rooms, which have TVs
  • 13 min drive to the Leach Botanical Garden
  • Guests praised the friendly service
  • Guests mentioned “cookies” 11 times
  • Guests mentioned hot tubs 14 times
  • Guests praised the fitness center, which has free weights

Feedback From Real Customers

Sandra Jenkins

I’m giving 5 stars because 4 isn’t fair The location is great Yes it’s right off the highway and while in the parking lot traffic is loud—you can barely hear it from the room

The rooms have been renovated While smaller in size they maximize space efficiency and not in a bad way The room felt quite spacious I love using the app to check in—no waiting, texted the desk about a minor repair needed, and checked out without any contact

Theresa L

Stayed for 1 night after landing around midnight Check in was fast and the room was clean They even had a Guest of the Day welcome bag in my room which was thoughtful

Never gotten one before at any of my other Hilton stays lol Breakfast was pretty standard with plenty of options Plus for the crispy bacon and waffle machineThe only 2 things to note were: 1 The bathroom was small so no real counter space 2 There was no real closet to hang clothes Since we were only staying for 1 night, these weren’t deal breakers

Angela Barr

The room we stayed in had incredibly hard beds that gave us terrible back pain We’ve stayed in many, many hotels and expected softer beds for the price Also, we had to pay $50 to let our dog sleep in her own bed on the floor of the room when it is standard most places to charge $20

I could even understand charging a refundable deposit for damage, but an adult dog like ours who doesn’t make messes and came to sleep for 8 hours shouldn’t cost $50 extra On the positive side, it was nice to have warm cookies and water for the kids and the breakfast was decent and had some good options If the beds weren’t so hard I can barely walk today and I didn’t have to pay so much for my dog, I’d probably come back

3. McMenamins Edgefield (3-star hotel)

  • Address: 2126 SW Halsey St, Troutdale, OR 97060
  • Phone: (503) 669-8610
  • Ratings: 4.6 (8987 reviews) Excellent
  • Website : McMenamins Edgefield
  • Check-in time: 3:00 PM
  • Check-out time: 11:00 AM
  • Quick Summary: Rustic hotel in a former farmhouse on sprawling grounds, offering dining, a brewery & live music.

About this hotel

In a former farmhouse amid 74 acres, this homey hotel is 1 mile from Interstate 84 and 2 miles from the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area.Cozy rooms have vintage furnishings, some with murals. Modest single-sex dorms with bunk beds and lockers are available. Bathrooms are shared. Private rooms are available, as are family suites, which add living areas with sofas.Dining options include an outdoor grill restaurant and a tearoom. There’s also a brewery, a winery and a spa, as well as a movie theatre and live music. Arts and crafts are offered.

Things You Need to Know

  • 6 min drive to Sandy River Delta Park
  • One of the few hotels in the area with room service
  • Guests mentioned “glassblowing” 55 times
  • Guests praised the grounds
  • Guests praised the breakfast
  • Guests praised the nightlife
  • Guests praised the pool and the hot tub

Feedback From Real Customers

Dierre Taylor

There is a lot to love about this place The beers, the winery, the decently prized food and it’s proximity to some beautiful waterfalls Nevertheless, there were somethings that rubbed me the wrong way

First, know that unless you specifically request it, the restrooms are shared While I can understand the appeal for some, I needed this to be more explicit prior to our booking We ended up getting a room with our own toilet and shower for an additional $50 a night (we stayed three nights) Second, the restaurants on sight offer mostly fried food I left that place full but feeling like I needed to do a detox for my arteries sake Just know what you are getting into before deciding to go with this place


So much to do and so much fun! It was really nice walking around while waiting on our table to be ready You are able to stop at the different bars for drinks, there’s music, and just an overall great atmosphere The garden was beautiful to walk around and I cannot wait to go back to explore more

The food was delicious, drinks were tasty, and the service was great!

Robert Schindele

This is the only place I’ve been to where they could get 5 stars and be so outdatedThe atmosphere is amazing The facilities are unique

There are multiple bars all within a short walk of one another with their own drinksThe history and art are accessible and interesting I would highly recommend this place for a stay of a few nights

4. Lolo Pass

  • Address: 1616 E Burnside St, Portland, OR 97214
  • Phone: (503) 908-3074
  • Ratings: 4.6 (154 reviews) Excellent
  • Website : Lolo Pass
  • Check-in time: 3:00 PM
  • Check-out time: 11:00 AM
  • Quick Summary: Trendy hostel featuring a cafe & a lobby bar/eatery, as well as an art gallery & a rooftop terrace.

About this hotel

On a main road lined with eateries and shops, this trendy hostel is an 11-minute walk from a light rail station, and 2 miles from both the Portland Art Museum and Portland Saturday Market.Sleeping 4 or 8 guests, the hip mixed- or single-sex dorms feature bunk beds with privacy curtains and reading lights, plus Wi-Fi, lockers and shared bathrooms. Private rooms have en suite facilities.A cool lobby bar serves eclectic cuisine. There’s also a cafe and a shared kitchen, as well as an art gallery, and a rooftop terrace with a seasonal bar. Breakfast and guest laundry facilities are available.

Things You Need to Know

  • Guests praised the kitchenettes
  • 5 min drive to the Lan Su Chinese Garden
  • 18 min drive to Portland International Airport
  • The hotel has a concierge
  • Guests mentioned bars 20 times
  • Guests mentioned “cafés” 14 times
  • The hotel has a boutique store

Feedback From Real Customers

Alison Gill

The best hostel!!!!! I stayed here for a week (in a private queen room) and couldn’t fault it at all Super modern, clean and awesome The rooftop bar was a huge plus, although not open every night so be aware of that

Great location to get to downtown on the bus or walk to some cool restaurants Staff were lovely Seriously can’t stop thinking about how cool the place was, wouldn’t hesitate to stay there again I’ve stayed in a lot of hostels before and this genuinely was the nicest Don’t miss it!

Samantha Georgi

Great idea, has potential, lacking in executionI stayed in one of the 4 bed female dorms for 2 nights I was very excited about a new hostel in Portland

I’ve stayed in many a European hostel so am familiar with the structure and price bracket The facility is clean and modern and the attached cafe and rooftop bar are nice amenities Unfortunately I was too exhausted the first night to check out the rooftop bar, and on the second night it was mostly blocked off for a private event that appeared to also block the computer room area, which I was planning to use I wish that guests were priority in the use of space, especially considering that the price for 2 nights came to $103 total for a dorm room which is higher than most hostelsThe layout of the shared dorms is great in theory – enter into a common area with a small locker for luggage storage and 2 toilets/2 showers shared by 3 – 4 bed dorm rooms which are accessed through this room I would think the intention behind this is to keep non-sleeping activities out of the quiet spaces for sleeping However, the lockers are too small so luggage ends up in the room anyway The photos on the website failed to show single window dorm rooms, which have a more claustrophobic feel The bunks don’t seem to be bolted to the wall, which allows them to shake a fair bit when getting in or outThe most disappointing part of the layout is that despite what seems like careful planning of intentional quiet spaces, the doors are all THE loudest self closing doors in a space with no sound absorption so you constantly hear the slam of doors at any hour someone comes in or uses the bathroom I understand rugs would be hard to keep clean, but some kind of sound absorption paired with soft-close doors would be a huge upgrade to this spaceOverall, the hostel served it’s purpose of offering a reasonably affordable and clean place to stay in a great location And all the staff I encountered seem great

Peter Custer

Perfect place to launch a college reunion trip Lolo Pass was ideal for our group and we used a ton of the first-class accommodations We enjoyed the rooftop views, the coffee at the cafe and even participated in a local wine tasting event held in the lobby

The staff was friendly and helpful…Steering us to a great meal within close walking distanceRoom was clean and quiet Highly recommend

5. 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

6. McMenamins Kennedy School (3-star hotel)

  • Address: 5736 NE 33rd Ave, Portland, OR 97211
  • Phone: (503) 249-3983
  • Ratings: 4.6 (7193 reviews) Excellent
  • Website : McMenamins Kennedy School
  • Check-in time: 3:00 PM
  • Check-out time: 11:00 AM
  • Quick Summary: Offbeat hotel in a restored elementary school with an outdoor pool, a movie theater & multiple bars.

About this hotel

This offbeat hotel in a restored 1915 elementary school is 6 miles from Portland International Airport and 5 miles from downtown Portland.Quirky, individually decorated rooms come with Wi-Fi; there are no TVs. Some rooms feature original chalkboards, cloakrooms and/or literature-inspired themes.Amenities include a courtyard restaurant, multiple bars and a brewery, along with an outdoor pool and a movie theater. Pets are welcome for a fee. Bike rentals are offered.

Things You Need to Know

  • Guests liked the rooms
  • Guests praised the bathrooms
  • 10 min drive to The Grotto
  • One of the few hotels in the area with room service
  • Guests praised the courtyard restaurant
  • Guests mentioned “shuffleboard” 42 times
  • Guests praised the grounds and the architecture
  • Guests praised the breakfast

Feedback From Real Customers

Vincent Valdez

It’s a great place Food is good and booze is better If you plan on coming here just be very patient

The service can be very slow Not a place for anyone in a hurry It’s a very laid back kind vibe Don’t be surprised if you have to track down your server after 2 hr to pay your bill But if have a day with nothing planned and want an amazing environment definitely worth the trip

David Brown

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I have been coming here for years If you stay for a few nights you for sure won’t regret itGreat spot to spend a few hours Fun to explore the building and various bars Loved the gift shop Drink menu was great The grounds were beautiful and the history of the building was interesting We didn’t eat there but was within walking distance of some cool restaurants

Albert Craig

My wife and I came to relax and enjoy our 1 year anniversary We arrived around 12:30 pm

and from the reviews we read ( the reviews said to expect a long wait for service) figured we would grab something to eat and by the time we were done it would be check in time at 3 We were seated, served and full by 1:30 Next we decided to take a stroll through the neighborhood as the weather was nice, it was peaceful and history to be seen if you take your time and look Ran across a nice little herbal medicinal shop ( for those 21 and up) a couple blocks up and scored some really nice smelling scented candles from the glass shop next door We made it back to the hotel around 2 stopped at the front desk to see if they did early check-in and was in the room by 2:15 The room was clean and comfortable and the movie theater well, it was a pleasant and very comfortable experience and a good movie Well let’s just say this was most definitely a good experience that I’m glad we have

7. Homewood Suites by Hilton Portland Airport (3-star hotel)

About this hotel

In a leafy neighborhood 3 miles from Portland International Airport, this casual airport hotel off Interstate 205 is 12 miles from the vibrant indie shops and restaurants in downtown Portland.Unfussy studios feature kitchenettes with dishwashers, and sitting areas with pull-out sofas, while 1- to 2-bedroom suites add living rooms. All provide free Wi-Fi, HDTVs and dining tables.Complimentary amenities include hot breakfast, an airport shuttle, parking, weekday nightly socials and grocery shopping service. There’s a 24-hour business center and a convenience store, plus a gym, an indoor pool and a whirlpool tub. A patio has a barbecue area.

Things You Need to Know

  • Guests praised the kitchenettes
  • 9 min drive to The Grotto
  • 11 min drive to Portland International Airport
  • Guests praised the service
  • Guests mentioned pools 13 times

Feedback From Real Customers

Heather D

Did not really require anything much for services but employees are friendly and attentive Check in Monday and out FridayWhat I LOVED about my stay is how quiet my room was

No light seeps into the room, did not hear anyone in hallways, to the left or right My room was on 3rd (top) floor I have never slept so well at any hotelConvenient to get around, close to freeway and quick drive back to airport 5 days 4 nightsWhat I wish they would do is remove all carpet Seems someone cooked in that room and you could tell there is a bit of residual smell when you open the door

Joe Ousley

Older property that has been updated The service was top notch The location provides easy acces to the airport and Hwy 205

The room was comfortable, though the doorway made a tight fit to get to the bathroom That detail was the only drawback in the room The full kitchen had a full size refrigerator, coffee maker, stove, and microwaveThe breakfast had good offerings I do wish the coffee set up were in a different location It is next to the Very Busy waffle maker This makes it difficult during busy times to simply refill a coffee cup A bigger selection of fresh fruit would have been nice as well The oatmeal was tasty and had a wide variety of toppings The staff was very attentive, and William went above and beyond to assist my 83 year old MotherI also recommend adding EV charging stations Overall a great stay

jennifer schmitt

Great place to stay Very accommodating Room was very clean

We had the two bedroom suite It was bigger than I expected Breakfast was great Good parking We had my whole family here with us and everyone had nothing but great things to say It was close enough to places to eat Right across the bridge is a Walmart Right up the road is the airport Good location! I’d definitely stay here again!

8. 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!

9. Best Western Sandy Inn (2-star hotel)

  • Address: 37465 US-26, Sandy, OR 97055
  • Phone: (503) 668-7100
  • Ratings: 4.1 (648 reviews) Very good
  • Website : Best Western Sandy Inn
  • Check-in time: 3:00 PM
  • Check-out time: 11:00 AM
  • Quick Summary: Relaxed rooms in a straightforward property offering free breakfast & parking, plus an indoor pool.

About this hotel

Off Highway 26, this unfussy hotel is a 15-minute walk from Sandy River Park, and 1 mile from panoramic views of Mount Hood and the Sandy River Valley from Jonsrud Viewpoint.The relaxed rooms have free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, minifridges and microwaves, plus tea and coffeemakers. Upgraded rooms add whirlpool tubs.Complimentary amenities include a hot breakfast buffet, and parking for cars, trucks and RVs. There’s also a 24-hour indoor pool and whirlpool tub, and a fitness center. Coin-operated laundry facilities are on-site.

Things You Need to Know

  • Guests praised the clean rooms and the beds
  • 5 min drive to Jonsrud Viewpoint
  • Guests praised the friendly service
  • Guests praised the restaurant
  • Guests praised the indoor pool and the hot tub

Feedback From Real Customers

Victoria Morse

The staff and amenities here are great Pool and hot tub are 24/7 Destiny and Taylor were two staff members that we interacted with & made our stay enjoyable

They work so hard and wear so many hats, I couldn’t do it, but they do it with a smileBreakfast was versatile, about what you would expect I eat super healthy so the food wasn’t necessary my cup of tea But for a weekend is was fine Biscuits and gravy were a special treatThey also have coffee available in lobby at all times, a nice bonusRooms were nice, I slept great in the bed Everything was clean enoughI would stay here again and recommend to all seeking accommodations

Michael Sowers

Very impressed with the personable nature of check-in The nice young man at the counter (Taylor, I believe?) was extremely busy, checking in several people, yet when I walked in the door, his face lit up, he gave me a big wave and a smile, and said that he’d be right with me I was so surprised that I turned to see who he was looking at behind me

It was as if we were long lost friends He was fast and efficient, got through everyone quickly, was very courteous and friendly, told me exactly how to get in, best place to park, etc etc I do travel a lot, and such a warm response has NOT been the norm lately, unfortunately Seriously, he was so nice that I kept wondering if somehow we knew each other, but I noticed that he treated everyone the same way Very cool! It sure helps to relax and settle down when the check-in is so pleasant The motel was nice, everything seemed to be in “like-new” condition, room was clean, with hardwood(luxury vinyl) floors, so no worries about dust, allergies, and dirty carpet Bed was very comfy, not too soft or firm, with lots of extra pillows My only complaint was breakfast time: It didn’t open until 7 am during the week, which seems a bit late (maybe because it was still the tail-end of COVID?) I had to be out of there by 6:30 so I couldn’t comment on the quality of their breakfast, but at least they had fresh coffee for me to grab as I left, and, there is a Safeway next door, so there was plenty of fresh baked goods and food to grab and go nearby

Nutan Mellegers

Great little spot Room was super clean and the none carpet was awesome! Our 2 little dogs liked all the spots to sit and the fact that the window opened out to a green spaceThe breakfast was as expected—decent

Pool was great!!If we’re in the area again we’d stay here for sure

10. DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Portland (3-star hotel)

About this hotel

Across from a park and MAX light rail stop, this Lloyd District hotel is a 2-minute drive from Interstate 84 and 4 blocks from Oregon Convention Center.Flat-screen TVs and free WiFi are offered in each room, which also feature custom-designed beds. Some rooms have balconies and downtown or mountain views. Suites have living areas, wet bars and patios or balconies, plus some have whirlpool tubs.There are 2 on-site restaurants. There’s also an outdoor pool and a fitness center. Other amenities include 45,000 sq ft of meeting/event space and a business center.

Things You Need to Know

  • 5 min drive to the Shanghai tunnels
  • Some guests complained about the air conditioning and the kitchenettes
  • Some guests complained about the bathrooms
  • One of the few hotels in the area with room service
  • Guests liked the on-site restaurant
  • Guests mentioned “Ballroom” 18 times
  • Guests praised the views

Feedback From Real Customers

Caroline Conroy

We stayed here one night on a road trip, which was really lovely! The hotel was clean, and the staff was friendly It is in a great location within walking distance of many great restaurants/bars Also, it’s pet friendly and the park across the street is a great place to walk your dog

The only con is that there is no plant-based option for the arrival cookie! I hope with more and more people eating plant-based, they start to carry non-dairy cookies as this is the best part about staying at a Double Tree 😉

Sylvia Weise

No restroom access without a key, no key because I could not check in yet Front desk not very professional or friendly I know people are stressed, short staffed and cranky

COVID and all related issues are not an excuse for poor service, it seems to be the excuse for everything When this is all over people will rethink loyalty to chains Bright spot, restaurant staff were great, friendly and good service Even if the conference is held here again I would likely not stay here again


Staff is friendly however my room (room 524) had dirty stains on the window curtains, the heating/cooling system has a mind if it’s own…was either too hot or too cold, and when I went to take a shower, I noticed a dirty stain on what was suppose to be a new towel (it was quickly changed upon me telling the staff) Oh and room service is upon request The hotel otherwise is nice and the food at the restaurant was good

11. 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

12. Hotel Eastlund (3-star hotel)

  • Address: 1021 NE Grand Ave, Portland, OR 97232
  • Phone: (503) 235-2100
  • Ratings: 4.4 (1311 reviews) Very good
  • Website : Hotel Eastlund
  • Check-in time: 4:00 PM
  • Check-out time: 12:00 PM
  • Quick Summary: Sophisticated hotel offering chic rooms, a rooftop bar/eatery & a cafe, plus a gym.

About this hotel

This contemporary hotel is 1.5 miles from Pioneer Courthouse Square and 3 miles from the Portland Japanese Garden.Featuring a subdued palette with spots of bright color, the sophisticated rooms come with free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, plus minifridges and Keurig coffeemakers. Most rooms have city views. Suites add sleeping areas separated by sliding walls, as well as luxe bathrooms with soaking tubs.There’s a stylish rooftop eatery serving American cuisine and local beers, plus a cafe, a bakery and wine bar. Other amenities include a fitness center, a 24-hour business center, meeting facilities and a sundry shop.

Things You Need to Know

  • Guests praised the clean rooms, which have minibars
  • 4 min drive to the Lan Su Chinese Garden
  • One of the few hotels in the area with room service
  • Guests praised the stylish restaurant
  • Guests liked “Robe”, mentioned 10 times in reviews
  • Guests praised the breakfast
  • Guests praised the city views

Feedback From Real Customers

Staci Delgado

One of the better hotels we have stayed at in the Portland area Wish parking was free for overnight guests but understand why it isn’t Location was great and very convenient for our trip

Even though we had a room overlooking the busy street honestly didn’t really hear the traffic noise and room was very clean Beds were very comfy and shower had okay pressure On site restaurant was nice for dinner- atmosphere was loud though but enjoyed the food and views of the city Prices were a little high but is to be expected- not out of the normal for Portland We also had breakfast at the cafe on the main level and food/service was prompt and coffee was good Not a hotel for a family with young kids but for business travels or couples prefect spot really Would stay here againOnly thing missing really was a hot tub or sauna

Karen Loehr-Dufour

Enjoyed the decor and the vibe of the hotel Room was clean and bed was super comfortable I would have given 5 stars if the shower base was cleaner

otherwise I completely enjoyed my stay Cafe was convenient I had the best spinach and aticoke dip I’ve ever tasted at the rooftop restaurant to go drinks were appreciated A highlight was heading down to Amphora Wine Merchant for great wines and small plates The whole place is worth a visit

Justine Bee

The smallest hotel room I’ve personally ever checked into but I thought it was very cute, loved the colors and funky hotel decor Kind of pseudo-modern pop culture, but the hallways were super fun I give them kudos on marketing strategy, placing amenities in your room with a priced menu

I do wish the mini bar would have had space for storing personal food amongst the delicious local brews The shower was very weird, featuring a single glass panel that does not extend shut and has a hole to reach the shower handle without getting wet, but yet one half of the shower stays open anyway? Wouldn’t recommend showering for two unless you want a very wet floor I appreciate the conservancy of toiletries by being attached to the shower wall rather than individual bottles of shampoo/conditioner The restaurant was so much fun, fairly priced although I could have wished for a side of salsa with my – can I point out – very well cooked potatoes 😋 Wonderful service and even though the rooftop area wasn’t open I was allowed more than once to check it out and see the sights from outside Valet parking can be a huge relief almost anywhere in Portland, although at one point they had a hard time locating our car as we’d forgotten our ticket but had our registration name, room # and very specific vehicle model I think they just updated their systems too though so maybe it was just thatJust wanted to point out that I don’t know how the clocks get changed on the TV in the rooms but ours was an hour behind and we’d decided to sleep in Thankfully I realized the time difference and called ahead we’d be having a late check out, otherwise we would have been charged at 1pm for the day us thinking it was noon

13. Camas Boutique Hotel (3-star hotel)

  • Address: 405 NE 4th Ave, Camas, WA 98607
  • Phone: (360) 834-5722
  • Ratings: 4.5 (414 reviews) Excellent
  • Website : Camas Boutique Hotel
  • Check-in time: 3:00 PM
  • Check-out time: 11:00 AM
  • Quick Summary: Casual 1911 lodging offering elegantly simple quarters, some with shared bathrooms, plus free Wi-Fi.

About this hotel

Surrounded by Downtown restaurants and shops, this laid-back hotel built in 1911 is a block from the art deco Liberty Theatre and 16 miles from Blue Lake Regional Park.The elegantly simple rooms (some accessible via stairs only) have free Wi-Fi, coffeemakers and minifridges, plus flat-screen TVs, shared bathrooms and access to a communal kitchen. Upgraded rooms offer en suite facilities, air-conditioning, continental breakfast and weeknight movie tickets. There’s also a suite with an electric fireplace and a Jacuzzi.Amenities include complimentary parking and a bright atrium with seating.

Things You Need to Know

  • Guests praised the beds
  • 4 min drive to Lacamas Park
  • Guests mentioned the rooms are small
  • Guests liked that this hotel is near shopping
  • Guests praised the friendly service
  • Guests praised the restaurant
  • Guests praised the breakfast
  • Guests praised the bar

Feedback From Real Customers

Mary Barber

What a gem! This was the perfect place for a quick little getaway The staff were friendly and accommodating, our room was beautiful and comfortable, and we loved sipping our morning coffee in the atrium I’m not a fan of inflated “5-star” reviews but I truly can’t think of anything that would have made our stay nicer

Even the breakfast place they sent us to (Natalia’s) was awesome Definitely worth a visit!

Robin Ohman

I had what they referred to as a European style room

shared bathroom was across the hall And indeed I have encountered this a few times over the years while traveling Europe No problem the shared bath was huge with a great shower The room itself was very clean with all amenities and a small sink in the corner Staff was friendly and efficient It is a funky little boutique hotel perfectly located in what turned out to be a great little downtown area in Camas, Oregon

Emily Payton

I could not recommend this hotel more! We stayed in the honeymoon suite for the week of our wedding and it was absolutely perfect! The staff was friendly and attentive, the room was so comfortable and charming, and everything about the hotel and town is just so cute, we can’t wait to come back! I loved going over to Natalia’s for our complimentary breakfast each morning too the portions are huge, the space is adorable and the coffee was delicious!

14. 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

15. Tiny Digs Hotel Portland

About this hotel

Surrounded by restaurants, this quirky hotel is 1 mile from both I-5 and Laurelhurst Park, and 2 miles from the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry.Cozy, individually themed cabins (no TVs) range from rustic-chic to modern. All have complimentary Wi-Fi, as well as minifridges, coffeemakers and furnished porches; some offer kitchenettes.A terrace features a fire pit. There’s regular live music. Pets are welcome in some cabins for a fee. Minimum-stay rules may apply.

Things You Need to Know

  • The rooms have kitchenettes
  • 7 min drive to the Shanghai tunnels
  • 18 min drive to Portland International Airport
  • Guests praised the service

Feedback From Real Customers

Mary Bootsie Ragan

We had such a good time on our first stay, that we decided to book the same tiny Bamboo house, for a second timeSadly, it was in a bit of disrepair- missing light fixture, absent kitchen ware, etc As directed, I had requested sheets for the pull-out couch; no sheets were waiting for us on arrival

Maybe we will try a different house, next time

Bridget Van Well

Almost a week after checkout my boyfriend and I keep saying how much we miss tiny digs! We stayed for a short weekend and had the best time in our tiny home There were some issues with my reservation but Leanne was so helpful in getting everything sorted Just be weary in winter times there is a shortage of hot water and only a space heater

This didn’t affect us much as we still greatly enjoyed our stay Can’t wait to come back during our next time in Portland

Tiff Freccero

My sister and I stopped here for a night on our roadtrip up north, and absolutely loved it! Clean, comfortable and very functional for a small space I loved the bathroom! We chose the tiny home that was dog friendly, and it was a great match A ton of restaurants in walking distance

We loved the german one right around the corner! I would highly recommend a stay here again

16. 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

Remember to use ʜoᴛᴇʟʙoʟʟʏᴄᴏm when booking any hotel They compare hundreds of booking websites and usually will have rates a lot cheaper than others! Thank me later on! This resort is the best rated in this area

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!!

17. Hyatt House Portland/Downtown (3-star hotel)

  • Address: 2080 S River Dr, Portland, OR 97201
  • Phone: (503) 241-2775
  • Ratings: 4.5 (1143 reviews) Excellent Eco-certified
  • Website : Hyatt House Portland/Downtown
  • Check-in time: 3:00 PM
  • Check-out time: 12:00 PM
  • Quick Summary: Casual rooms, some with kitchens, in an informal lodging offering a pool, a bar & free breakfast.

About this hotel

At the intersection of 2 major thoroughfares, this unassuming hotel by a tram stop is a 3-minute walk from Poets Beach on the banks of the Willamette River, and 1 mile from the shops, restaurants and events at Pioneer Courthouse Square.Understated rooms feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screens and coffeemakers; some offer river views and/or sofas. Studios have living/dining areas, pull-out sofas and kitchens; 1-bedroom suites add living rooms.A breakfast buffet and grocery delivery service are free. There’s also an informal bar serving snacks. Other amenities include an indoor pool and a gym, plus a 24/7 store and coin-operated laundry facilities.

Things You Need to Know

  • Guests praised the kitchenettes
  • 13 min walk to the Portland Aerial Tram
  • Guests mentioned the service is friendly
  • Guests praised the restaurant
  • Guests mentioned “omelettes” 20 times
  • Guests praised the fitness center
  • One of the few hotels in the area with an indoor pool

Feedback From Real Customers

Todd Tuthill

I stayed here for two weeks with work and loved it Great deck, hearty morning breakfast and a welcoming bar at nice Close to all of the downtown action, but in its own quiet little neighborhood

Easy access to the shops and river boardwalk as well! No problems keeping my bicycle in the room and getting it in the elevator and the best part, the rooms have kitchens! I will be back!

David Brown

Remember to use ʜoᴛᴇʟʙoʟʟʏᴄᴏm when booking a stay They compare countless hotel sites and typically will have rates a lot cheaper compared to others! Thank me later on! This resort is one of my favorites in this area

I’ve been coming here for a long time If you decide to stay here you for sure won’t regret itAwesome location Walk from the hotel along the river for some great iconic views We caught the cherry blossoms while we were there There is also a Saturday market Rooms are really comfy Staff are friendly and the breakfast was OK Probably bring your own coffee, though or get it at a café nearby 🤣

Devin Andrew

Enjoyed my stay Totally safe and very convenient when it comes to public transportation access Only downside is that the hotel floors were always dirty (but I understand that they have labor shortage )and don’t have enough house keepers

We were told that the house keeper would come after fourth night but no one came The complementary breakfast is very repetitive and ya get the same thing (egg, hash, and sausage) everyday except Sunday But the staff were very friendly Overall enjoyed our stay

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