hotels with a view in West Linn, OR

1. 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

2. 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!!

3. 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

4. Holiday Inn Express Portland SE – Clackamas Area, an IHG Hotel (3-star hotel)

About this hotel

Off I-205, this straightforward hotel along the Clackamas River is 5 miles from Clackamas Town Center mall and 16 miles from Portland International Airport.Featuring river views, the bright, classic rooms also have free Wi-Fi and TVs, plus minifridges, microwaves and coffeemakers. Upgraded rooms and suites add balconies, and living areas with pull-out sofas.Parking and a breakfast buffet are complimentary. Additional amenities include an indoor pool and a gym, as well as a coin-operated laundry and a meeting room.

Things You Need to Know

  • Guests praised the large rooms, which have TVs
  • Guests praised the beds
  • 14 min drive to the Leach Botanical Garden
  • Guests mentioned the service is friendly
  • Guests mentioned hot tubs 17 times
  • Guests praised the river views
  • The fitness center has weight machines and elliptical machines
  • One of the few hotels in the area with an indoor pool

Feedback From Real Customers

Keith Michael Godfrey

This place never fails to disappoint Front desk staffing is bizarre and very unprofessional

usually looking at their cellphones If you are expecting housekeeping, again you’ll be disappointed Recently stayed there 6 nights and my room was serviced ONCEand the trash was not emptied I would imagine they spent all of 3 minutes in my room The only good thing about this property is it’s location near the 205 freeway and the Safeway within walking distance

5. 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

boborising

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

6. Best Western Plus Northwind Inn & Suites (3-star hotel)

About this hotel

This understated all-suite hotel off the Pacific Highway West is an 8-minute walk from the King City Golf Course and 2.4 miles from the Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge.All of the relaxed suites have free WiFi, flat-screen TVs and sofas, as well as minifridges, microwaves and coffeemakers. Upgraded suites add whirlpool tubs.Hot breakfast is complimentary, as is outdoor parking. Other amenities include a heated indoor pool with a hot tub, plus a 24-hour fitness room, a business center and guest laundry facilities.

Things You Need to Know

  • Guests liked the beds
  • Guests praised the rooms, which have kitchenettes
  • 14 min drive to REX HILL
  • Guests mentioned the service is friendly
  • Guests mentioned lobbies 19 times
  • Guests praised the breakfast
  • Guests praised the indoor pool and the hot tub
  • Guests praised the bar

Feedback From Real Customers

Dee Jay

One of the best Best Western I’ve stayed in The hotel is very clean and the staffs are friendly The beds are comfortable and bathrooms are clean

We booked the two bed-room suite and was very happy with the layout and how spacious everything was Free coffee in the front lobby is a winI would definitely stay here again when I’m back in town There was free breakfast but due to lack of staff, we received McDonald’s voucher for breakfast Can’t say I can have that for 5 days straight 😏

Mariah West

Absolutely the worst stay! Very upset with how we were treated in dealing with our reservation!I was quoted one thing over the phone and sent and email and paid a different price than quote When my family tried to check in they were told they couldn’t find the reservationWe left for the day and asked for our room to be cleaned and it was not

They advertise breakfast which is also not trueOver all this was a waste of money and truly put a huge frustration on our tripIf you’re looking for a place to stay that cares They simply do notAdvise to anyone looking Don’t waste your time or money here It’s absolutely unnerving how rude they are!

Molly Anderson

I had a wonderful stay Ireland and Amy were so kind and knowledgeable of the area and they both made this stay excellent!The room was beautiful, comfortable, quiet, and clean – keep up the great work! I will definitely be staying here if I’m back in the area!

7. 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

8. 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

9. 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

10. Hotel deLuxe (4-star hotel)

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

About this hotel

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

Things You Need to Know

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

Feedback From Real Customers

Alex Castle

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

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

Jackie Simon

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

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

Safal Neupane

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

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

11. Hampton Inn & Suites Portland-Pearl District (2-star hotel)

About this hotel

Amid the bars, galleries and dining of the trendy Pearl District, this casual hotel is a 2-minute walk from a light rail station and a 15-minute walk from the Portland Art Museum.Relaxed rooms with colorful accents feature free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, as well as minifridges and coffeemakers; some have sofabeds. Suites add separate living rooms and wet bars. Kids age 15 and under stay at no charge with a parent.Cooked breakfast is complimentary. Other amenities include a restaurant, a heated indoor pool and a gym, as well as a business center and a 24-hour convenience store. A rooftop terrace offers panoramic city views.

Things You Need to Know

  • The rooms have microwaves and coffee makers
  • Walking distance to Powell’s City of Books and the Lan Su Chinese Garden
  • Guests praised the professional, friendly service
  • Guests liked “Patio”, mentioned 34 times in reviews
  • Guests praised the grounds and liked the terrace
  • Guests praised the breakfast
  • Guests praised the panoramic city views

Feedback From Real Customers

Dionne Showers

Great location The front desk people were really helpful answering questions on how to get around town to places we were visiting The young valet guy was really nice, outgoing, and helpful even though we didn’t use the valet

He gave us tips on best and safest places to park overnight Did not know there was a roof top patio with music, that was a nice bonus Had a burger and a drink in the Tavern restaurant around 9pm and it was good! The bartender was nice, very professional and hustling around his bar His bar back didn’t seem very helpful but she also seemed really new (at least I hope she was) Even got a cocktail to go to take to my roomThe room looked clean but I saw one incident that was concerning We were waiting for the elevator and a person from housekeeping had a large rolling bin of bright white freshly folded towels and had a dirty door stop sitting on top of a clean towel in her bin, yuck😖 We were in a hurry to go to an event so I didn’t talk to anyone but it was all I could think about when we got back late to the room to take showers Everything felt clean up until that point

Beth Machek

If I could I would give 10/5 starsHonestly from the moment we got here we left like we could be at home The staff were great, the breakfast was decent for a continental breakfast and everything was clean

We did call to check about a play pen and we’re told it was first come first serve which ended up being fine as the hotel we stayed at the night before didn’t have any so we had to get our ownThis hotel is kid and dog friendly and I will be telling anyone going to Portland to check them outGreat roof top patio and pool as wellWater and coffee available in the lobby and a to go breakfast brown bag in the morningI think that’s it Honestly one of the best hotels I’ve stayed at

Todd Leadens

WE had a great experience here We opted for the executive suite and it was amazing for the price! The hotel has a nice pool designed for families, a huge workout room, food options, and even a rooftop patio We ended up sleeping in because the bed was so comfy we didn’t want to get up! The open airy feel of the room was one of the best experiences I’ve had in a hotel room

Overall every aspect of the hotel was a pro except for the following minor items:Cost of valet parking was high, especially if you tip on top of that Still worth it though compared to parking on the street in Portlandthe microwave in the room was quite small, too small to even cook the free popcorn provided in the room properlyAnd that’s it honestly, I’m not sure how this is only a 2-star hotel With an attentive respectful staff, more amenities then we even used, and a level or quality that we didn’t experience with the three other hotels we stayed at this weekend the Hampton Inn & Suites Portland-Pearl District is definitely a place to stay

12. Best Western Plus Rivershore Hotel (3-star hotel)

About this hotel

Offering views of the Willamette River, this straightforward hotel is a mile from the End of the Oregon Trail, and 2 miles from both Camassia Nature Preserve and Museum of the Oregon Territory.Featuring wood furnishings and carpeted floors, the down-to-earth rooms and suites offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minifridges, plus microwaves, and tea and coffeemakers. Some have pull-out sofas, sitting areas and/or balconies.Parking is complimentary. Other amenities include a restaurant, an outdoor pool and a hot tub, plus a gym and a cocktail lounge with karaoke. There’s also a cafe, and meeting and event space. Breakfast is available.

Things You Need to Know

  • Guests praised the clean rooms, which have refrigerators
  • 15 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 liked the balconies, mentioned 43 times in reviews
  • Guests praised the views
  • Guests praised the nightlife
  • One of the few hotels in the area with a bar

Feedback From Real Customers

Colton mohrland

Booked a 2 bedroom suite for 2 nights Very much enjoyed the rooms and the responsiveness when I called the front desk for bedding The king bed was nice, but definitely not as comfortable as many hotel beds I’ve stayed in (too firm)

Hot tub was great being inside Biggest complaint is lack of Continental breakfast The hotel gave us two $7 coupons for the restaurant breakfast which still ended up being almost $40 for two modest meals Almost everything seemed cooked well but shockingly bland Like zero flavor The french toast was just plain bad Overall, would definitely stay again but I’d avoid the restaurant

Hyperjackaboy 3583

I loved my stay here! The rooms were very clean and comfortable Most rooms have a small balcony that looks right out onto the river There are walking trails next to the river and even a dock to walk on

The staff is amazing The lady that helped me upgraded my room to one with a jet tub for my husband and I The restaurant has very good food When you check in they give you a voucher for 7 dollars towards breakfast Overall it was a great stay and we will be back!

Stacy Caswell

Great place to stay Rooms and beds were comfortable Service is responsive

Personnel very helpful Restaurant on property very convenient and the food was great Hotel located across the river so the views were great Washers and dryers on premise Conveniently located to freeways and highways A number of great eateries nearby Good size refrigerator in room Microwave and coffeemaker in room too Tea, coffee and hot water available in lobby Convenient parking on premise

13. 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

14. The Porter Portland, Curio Collection by Hilton (4-star hotel)

About this hotel

A 5-minute walk from the Willamette River, this chic hotel among bars and eateries in the downtown Fountain District is 3 minutes’ walk from the nearest light rail station.Streamlined rooms offer free Wi-Fi, sitting areas and Italian linens. All provide HDTVs and Keurig coffeemakers, plus minibars. Some add pull-out sofas and/or city views. Suites feature separate living/dining areas and wet bars. Upgraded quarters add river views. Room service is offered.There’s an upscale Italian restaurant, and a rooftop sports bar and lounge that has a terrace with city views. Other amenities include a spa, a gym and a heated indoor pool.

Things You Need to Know

  • Walking distance to the Oregon Historical Society Museum and the Portland Art Museum
  • Some guests complained about the kitchenettes
  • One of the few hotels in the area with 24-hr room service
  • Guests mentioned hot tubs 32 times
  • Guests liked the fitness center
  • One of the few hotels in the area with a pool
  • The hotel has a sauna

Feedback From Real Customers

Amber Johnson

We stayed this last week and had an amazing experience The kindness and overall service received from the employees was phenomenal We felt very welcomed and accommodated

It is a beautiful hotel that is clean and well maintained It is located in a nice area with numerous parking garages surrounding the area The only complaints would be that the pool was unexpectedly closed during our stay, and the in room fridge was not working properly I’d definitely stay again!

Anna Berntsen

Beautiful rooms that feature floor to ceiling windows, a mini fridge, and glass shower doors It was very nice that they welcomed me back once they had seen that a was a returning customer It was also great to see that they checked in by text to see hiw my stay was going

The downside was that it was a little dusty and the windows with the amazing view still had the fingerprints of young children However, I don’t blame them for wanting to get as close as possible to that amazing view They did come and bring some new linens upon asking for maid service Great little spot with a fantastic view

Kellen McInerny

Note that I use hotel points to check out this placeThe hotel is really well styled The pool is fancy and kid friendly

The patio provides a cool sunken vibe where you’re safe from the street noise while you admire towering skyscrapersThe location is close to the waterfront But I recommend coming here as a romantic valentine’s day or celebrate an anniversaryAt the time the steam room was out of order But if the sauna, steam room, and pool are all open I would make an effort annually to come here as a local to have a spa retreat from my regular Portland work week

15. 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

16. Hilton Garden Inn Wilsonville Portland (3-star hotel)

About this hotel

Set among business parks off I-5, this polished hotel is 10 minutes’ walk from Memorial Park, 13 miles from Woodburn Premium Outlets and 18 miles from Downtown Portland.The warmly decorated rooms offer Wi-Fi and smart TVs, plus minifridges, microwaves and coffeemakers. Upgraded rooms add sitting areas with sofas.Amenities include a contemporary restaurant, a bar and a convenience store, as well as an indoor pool and a gym. There’s also a terrace and a sports court. Breakfast, parking and guest laundry facilities are available.

Things You Need to Know

  • Guests praised the large rooms, which have kitchenettes
  • The rooms have TVs
  • Some guests disliked the bathrooms
  • 10 min walk to Memorial Park
  • One of the few hotels in the area with room service
  • Guests liked the friendly service
  • Guests mentioned restaurants 16 times
  • One of the few hotels in the area with a bar

Feedback From Real Customers

Lauren Nowak

My husband and I hosted our wedding near Wilsonville and had much difficulty securing a room block with this hotel The hotel was recommended to us by a family member who stayed there for a corporate event and had good things to say about his stay We started inquiring about a room block 9 months before the wedding and nothing was settled until the week of making things very stressful as most of our guests were coming from out of town

The details: 9 months out – My husband and I contacted the hotel to inquire about a room block Communication with the hotel was EXTREMELY slow and finally 6 months out my husband received a credit card form to reserve the block Once he sent in his credit card information, we never received any word back from the hotel for several weeks We ended up driving to the hotel (we live an hour away) to ask if she was working The front desk informed us the staff member who we were working with was no longer employed 5 months out from wedding, we were then passed onto another staff member who gave us a corporate room block contract to sign (first contract we had seen) The contract would hold us personally responsible to paying up to 30 rooms if another Covid-like event happened We did not sign it as we are not a corporate company She then gave us the option of using a 15% off discount code for guests which seemed more appropriate 3 months out from the wedding, we had a sit down meeting with the staff member to discuss rooms and a bunch the following day Our concerns were that our guests were getting charged anywhere between $140- over $200 for the same night Also we wanted to host a casual morning after wedding brunch with coffee and bagels and inquired about the hotel’s policies In regards to the rooms, we were told they would work on a flat rate for our guests and the bride and groom room on wedding night would be complimentary In regards to the brunch, we were told no outside food was allowed and given options from a catering menu Menu was new and beyond the service and budget we were looking to spend We were told the catering department was new and they could accommodate what we were looking for After the sit down meeting, we received excuse after excuse in emails with no progress on the room rate, brunch options, and wedding room comp We called multiple times Eventually we reached the manager (who answered the main line) on the phone 2 weeks before the wedding who helped confirm a flat room rate for our guests and planned our brunch However, these details were not confirmed until 3 DAYS before the wedding – very stressful and frustrating considering we tried solidifying this 6+ months ago The bride and groom room was never comped and they charged us $70 more than our guest rate for a standard room We brought in 70+ rooms over the weekend to this hotel Bottom line, would not recommend this hotel for a wedding as it was a nightmare of horrible after horrible communication However, the stay and rooms were pleasant and the day after brunch ended up being nice Our guests found the stay pleasant as well

Amanda Schmidt

We had the unfortunate experience of staying here while the entire hotel was catering to an enormous wedding party When we arrived to check in for a room I booked a week ago, we had to wait while they checked if our room had been cleaned and we had to wait while they found us a clean room, which took about 10 more minutes than I wanted to spend at the desk Not a huge deal, tho odd since we arrived to check in at 5PM

You would think they would have had time to have our took readyIt was one thing that they offered zero breakfast for the price of a very basic room, but the “restaurant” they boast was sealed off for the wedding party the night before A member of our group’s room was located behind the restaurant and they had to step over a rope with their baby to get in and out of their room The wedding party was mostly on our floor and there was a ton of commotion The next morning, the “restaurant” wasn’t physically roped off as it was the night before, but only the people from the wedding party were seated and they were telling everyone else it would be a wait They weren’t making a wait list and people were starting to gather waiting to be seated, despite about 3 of the 25+ tables being occupied So we ended up having to get breakfast elsewhere The nice diner close by was backed up out the door, I imagine because all the other hotel guests had to go there as well So we ended up at Shari’s, which was not ideal If the “restaurant” (it’s a dining room where every other hotel of this rating serves free breakfast) was reserved for the wedding guests only and would not be available to regular guests, they should have made that clear in the handful of THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW emails I received The person at the front desk also ignored me for a good 10 minutes, without acknowledging my presence, when I had a question about checkout Room was adequate and clean, I’m just annoyed that I did not receive equal treatment as a paying customer We had planned to dine at the restaurant for both dinner and breakfast

v jg

My family and I really enjoyed this hotel The rooms were nice, updated, clean We were traveling with a toddler and I left safe in the room and not like something could hurt him or that he might break something

Our only complaint is lack of staffing Not that I’m blaming them We didn’t ask for room service just for a few towels We didn’t encounter any bad employee but a special thank you to Erin up front, Nina in bar/restaurant area she went out of her way to help my family Thank you girl! Esperanza with housing keeping was a kind as could be and hard working If ever in Wilsonville, Oregon would definitely stay again Thanks

17. Embassy Suites by Hilton Portland Washington Square (3-star hotel)

About this hotel

A 9-minute walk from the Washington Square Mall, this contemporary extended-stay hotel off Highway 217 is 6 miles from the Oregon ZooStreamlined suites feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and separate living areas, as well as minibars, minifridges and microwaves. Some quarters add pull-out sofas or whirlpool tubs.Complimentary perks include parking, a breakfast buffet with cooked-to-order items, and an evening reception offering snacks and drinks. There’s a casual restaurant and bar, an indoor pool and a hot tub. Other amenities include 24-hour fitness and business centers, in addition to coin-operated laundry facilities.

Things You Need to Know

  • Guests liked the large rooms, which have refrigerators
  • 11 min drive to the Washington Park
  • Guests liked the service, which has a concierge
  • Guests praised the casual restaurant
  • Guests mentioned “shopping malls” 32 times
  • One of the few hotels in the area with a casino
  • Guests praised the indoor pool
  • Guests praised the bar

Feedback From Real Customers

Chris Rhoades

Nice place to stretch out and stay if you find yourself in the Portland area We got two days for a very reasonable price and were very pleased with the value Shoot, we probably put them in the red for our stay for all we eat at the scrumptious continental breakfast

Pool hours were a bit confusing and I think I ended up with about a dozen key cards after the previous eleven failing at one point or anotherof course this very well could have been operator error Super convenient having Target within tripping distance of the back door and they even offered complementary drinks for happy hour with our purchase My high compliments to the staff and management of this fine establishment

Kimberly Stewart

The hotel was a madhouse Kids were running all around the hotel doing whatever they wanted and there was no hotel staff around to keep things under control Kids pressed every button to stop the elevator on every floor so you had no choice but to ride it out or take the stairs

There was tape on the carpet, tape on the ceiling Cleanliness was questionableCheap precooked food was served for breakfast and the buffet was not restocked as it should have been The staff seemed to be more concerned with closing and shutting down than making sure guests were happyEvening reception was a joke Bagged chips and cheese? Insulting The line for drinks didn’t seem to move Stood in line 30 minutes and still never received my drinksThe bed was hard as a brick and linen had holes in itRequested a room cleaning and the front desk clerk told me I needed to request it the night before despite never telling me that during check inWe had to change rooms because someone left their dog in the hotel room and it barked for hoursNever staying here again

Michelle H

Avoid booking here if you have other optionsThere were multiple bus loads full of young people in the hotel who decided to stay up well past “quiet hours” to have a huge pizza party with music, singing and yelling within the central common area This was going on when we checked in around 8pm but didn’t stop

I called the front desk at 9pm and asked when the quiet hours would be enforced I was told by the front desk manager that security was “handling” the situation and it would be quiet soon for the 9pm quiet hours curfew Unfortunately, that never happened The noise actually grew louder as the crowd grew more raucous I kept calling the front desk when there was no hint of it calming down at 10:30pm, but no one bothered to pick up the phone at that point My call, and likely many others from angry and distressed guests (many who are parents of young kids like us), was sent to hold I actually considered calling the police to assist the incompetent staff to control the crowd, but decided Portland Police probably had more urgent issues to addressI understand that it can be hard to control rowdy and inconsiderate guests, but it appears that there were no attempts made to try In fact, according to the reviews, this is a common occurrence in this locationI never would have booked a stay in this location had I known the inferior quality control and complete lack of decorum and consideration for the other guestsI emailed the general manager and he (promptly) offered his “deepest regret and apology” I don’t want an apology I want to get what I paid for…a pleasant and comfortable hotel experience with my family

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