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Hotel Modera - Portland Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$256

Hotel Modera

515 Southwest Clay St, Portland - Map
 
 
"Great place to stay! "
We have stayed at modera several times and would highly recommend it. The staff is great, the beds are comfortable and it is close to everything downtown.
Traveller from oregon
Downtown boutique hotel adjacent to light rail; close to Tom McCall Waterfront Park; within 4 blocks of Portland Art Museum.More
The Heathman Hotel - Portland Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$262

The Heathman Hotel

1001 SW Broadway, Portland - Map
 
 
"Great luxury experience"
Loved it! Brunch at the restaurant is a MUST, but don't forget to make reservations.
Traveller from Oregon
Located in the downtown core of both the financial and artistic core of the city, The Heathman Hotel is within a few blocks …More
Sentinel, a Provenance Hotel - Portland Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars
$239

Sentinel, a Provenance Hotel

614 SW 11th Avenue, Portland - Map
 
 
"Location is great but the hotel needs update"
My husband and I stayed there for our anniversary. The hotel is clear and stuff is nice. There are lots if restaurants within walking distance as well as theater and Portland Art Museum. The only problem that I have is noise in the room. The air condition was very noisy and I couldn't sleep. We turned the air condition off but there was some other noise perhaps from next door room air condition. The bathroom is clean but the water is not warm enough. I had to stop jump out if shower quickly because I was freezing. The Internet was free but the stuff said they are changing to charge the week after.
Cybercheer
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this hotel is 4 blocks from Pioneer Place Mall and Pioneer Courthouse …More
Hotel Rose - Portland Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Hotel Rose

50 SW Morrison Street, Portland - Map
 
 
"Haven in Portland"
Great location, friendly staff, nice accommodations. It's on the MAX route, so if you're taking MAX tfrom the airport to Portland across the river it's a convenient location. It has an in-house restaurant and is close to other restaurants.
Traveller from Portland
Set across from the Willamette River and Tom McCall Waterfront Park, this 5-story hotel is 4 blocks from downtown's Pioneer Place.More
Hotel Lucia, a Provenance Hotel - Portland Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$259

Hotel Lucia, a Provenance Hotel

400 SW Broadway, Portland - Map
 
 
"Nice hotel with superb staff"
Very nice higher end hotel if you don't mind a room on the slightly smaller side. Very clean and comfortable (rooms and lobby areas). What really makes this place is their staff. They were very friendly, accommodating and went out of their way to take care of our group's every need, including carefully storing our delicate bicycles.
Cyclists
This boutique hotel is in downtown's shopping and business district, 5 blocks from the Pioneer Place Mall, 8 blocks from …More
Hotel Monaco Portland, a Kimpton Hotel - Portland Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Hotel Monaco Portland, a Kimpton Hotel

506 SW Washington St, Portland - Map
 
 
"Perfect downtown location"
In a great location downtown, the staff is friendly and very efficient, and the room was a bang for the buck. If I had to complain about anything, the beds weren't very comfortable.
Traveller from Maryland
The Hotel Monaco Portland - a Kimpton Hotel is within 6 blocks of shopping centers, theaters, museums, and the Westside Riverwalk.More
The Paramount Hotel - Portland Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

The Paramount Hotel

808 SW Taylor St, Portland - Map
 
 
"Perfect location, views! "
My husband and I needed a hotel for a quick weekend trip. I found this hotel whie browsing Travelocity on my tablet, and by booking on my tablet I got an extra discount which was great! The hotel was nice, comfortable and in a great location. We were able to walk all over downtown to shopping and fun restaurants. The two restaurants downstairs are delicious, we went to the Whiskey Bar and it was the perfect night to not have to leave the hotel to have fun. The only thing I didn't like about this hotel was the parking. We couldn't valet even if we wanted to because there were so many cars in front of the hotel we couldn't stop the car to get help. So we decided to just park in the garage right across the street, and I'm glad we did because come to find out that is where the hotel valets the cars anyways. We saved a lot of money by doing it ourselves.
Traveller from Idaho
This casual, intimate hotel overlooks Director Park and is located in the heart of downtown Portland near concert halls, art …More
The Benson Hotel, A Coast Hotel - Portland Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

The Benson Hotel, A Coast Hotel

309 SW Broadway, Portland - Map
 
 
"Amazingly beautiful hotel"
I had such an amazing experience at this hotel despite there being a water leak in my hotel room in the middle of the night on my first night there. The staff handled the issue expeditiously and professionally. They upgraded my room to a suite at no extra charge and every staff member I had an interaction with was the definition of a professional. Being a manager in the hospitality industry for the past twenty years, I've never been more impressed by an entire operation as I was with the Benson Hotel. The rooms were beautiful, the cocktails and the food from the Palm Court were perfectly crafted and delicious. I highly recommend this hotel to every and anyone.
Traveller from Tucson, AZ
Built in 1913, this hotel is 4 blocks from Pioneer Square, MAX light rail trains, downtown shopping, and Pearl District …More
River's Edge Hotel & Spa - Portland Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$229

River's Edge Hotel & Spa

0455 Southwest Hamilton Court, Portland - Map
 
 
"Very nice hotel and location."
My room was well appointed, clean, of good size with a sizable balcony and good view of the river. Service staff was friendly, accommodating and helpful without being over bearing. I would recommend this hotel.
RegularTraveler1858 from Oklahoma City, OK, USA
Close to I-5, overlooking the Willamette River and adjacent to the Willamette Greenway, this stylish boutique hotel is a …More
Hotel deLuxe, a Provenance Hotel - Portland Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Hotel deLuxe, a Provenance Hotel

729 SW 15th Ave, Portland - Map
 
 
"Nice digs close to the action."
We loved the character of the hotel. The movie theme is very well done. The rooms are small but very well appointed and quiet. There is a very nice bar and restaurant downstairs and the staff were very friendly and knowledgeable.
Traveller from Medford, Oregon
A tribute to Hollywood's Golden Age, this downtown Portland hotel is 5 blocks from the Pearl District, full of shops, bars …More

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    Portland, Oregon Hotel Guide

    Portland loves being quirky and making its guests feel at home, which is reflected in the character of many of its accommodations. Find the standby chains that do offer wonderful amenities, great downtown locations, and more, but feel free to get more adventurous and support some local business owners as well.

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    When staying in downtown Portland, hotels often boast gorgeous scenery, especially of towering Mount St. Helens in the background. The sunny, temperate weather also makes for great greenery, held protected by city dwellers who like to be eco-friendly and embrace nature, even downtown. In fact, many of the top hotels and boutique accommodations in Portland have been named “Green Leaders” when it comes to local business practice.

    The diversity of Portland hotels ranges from sprawling architectural wonders along waterfronts to small hidden gems tucked in between commercial endeavors. Grand decor surrounds lobbies and in-house, modern restaurants, and the rooms offer state-of-the-art amenities. Stay a while, relax, and indulge in the city’s great spas, shops, and even live music, all found inside its fabulous hotels.

    Compared to neighboring pricier cities in California or Washington State, the cost for accommodations in Portland is fairly reasonable. However, there are possibilities for everyone from budget family travelers to luxury adventure seekers. Most of the best hotels are downtown, but if you’re looking for more variety, venture outside city limits for cozy bed and breakfasts or more unusual, quieter options.

    Hotels in Portland, Oregon

    The largest city in Oregon and the third-most-populous in the Pacific Northwest, Portland is known for its beautiful parks and gardens, microbreweries and micro-distilleries, friendly residents, and laid-back culture. Their approach to urban planning and strategic use of outdoor spaces has earned Portland the title of one of the greenest places to live. If you're planning a trip to the City of Roses, book now with Travelocity to find the best deals on hotels. Portland, Oregon, is a beautiful city with plenty to offer travelers both young and old, and when you save money on your hotel using Travelocity, you can experience it all.

    If you're flying into Portland, you will arrive at Portland International Airport. Once on the ground, there are many different transportation options available that will take you to downtown Portland, such as rental cars, shuttles, taxis, and chartered buses. Don't think you will need a car to enjoy Portland, however. The city is known for its excellent public transportation. In addition to its bus and rail system, the city has a streetcar system that operates downtown and in the immediate surrounding areas. You will also find that walking and cycling is a very popular mode of transportation due to the city's many trails designated for this use.

    Anyone staying in Portland is aware of its fame as a beer-lover's paradise. Home to world-famous breweries like BridgePort Brewing Company and the Widmer Brothers Brewery, Portland is known as a craft beer capital, and rightfully so. Currently, the city is home to 56 breweries, more than any other city in the world. Beer enthusiasts staying at one of the many downtown Portland hotels will definitely want to visit or take a tour of some of the numerous microbreweries scattered across the city, many of which are located downtown and within walking distance of each other.

    Active vacationers can leave their Portland, Oregon, hotels early in the morning and head out for a jog through Forest Park. The city also has plenty of trails and bridges where you can ride your bike like a native Portlander. Companies such as Portland Bicycle Tours and Pedal Bike Tours can show you around, or you could rent a bike from either place and explore on your own. Washington Park is home to the International Rose Test Garden and the Portland Japanese Garden as well as the Oregon Zoo. Another impressive garden worth seeing is the Lan Su Chinese Garden, which is influenced by the classical gardens of Suzhou.

    Of course, there are plenty of indoor attractions, as the weather can be a bit rainy at times. In a world where brick-and-mortar bookstores are on the decline, Portland is a book-lover's paradise. Sit down for a delicious brew, this time of the caffeinated variety, and peruse the aisles of Powell's City of Books, the flagship store of the independent chain of bookstores Powell's Books. The store is so large that they even will provide a map! There are also so many indie coffee shops and roasters located throughout the city that even the pickiest coffee connoisseur can find a satisfying cup. Lovers of the fine arts can visit the Portland Art Museum, which houses works from American, Asian, European, and Native American artists.

    When hunger strikes, Portland's many dining options will not disappoint. From Middle Eastern to Asian to European to American, you can find cuisine to satisfy any palate. Some of the city's finest eateries include Veritable Quandary, Andina Restaurant, Le Pigeon, and Castagna. Since Portland is known for clean and sustainable living, it should come as no surprise that the city is a vegan's and vegetarian's paradise. Restaurants like Natural Selection, Blossoming Lotus, Loving Hut, and Portobello Vegan Trattoria are just some of the many establishments dedicated to serving vegan and vegetarian cuisine. It's also worth pointing out the resurgence of food carts. Be on the lookout for popular favorites like Nong's Khao Man Gai, Tiffin Asha, or Miss Kate's Southern Kitchen. Of course, no dinner is complete without dessert. For delicious ice cream that is handmade using only the best local and organic ingredients, head on over to Portland's beloved Salt & Straw. For unusual treats and an even more unusual atmosphere, check out the world-famous Voodoo Doughnut shop.

    There is no bad time to visit Portland, and the city's natural beauty and unique attractions draw people year-round. Most of the city's annual festivals take place between June and August, which makes summer peak season, not to mention that the weather is the most favorable during these months. Be sure to book early to find the best deals on hotels in Portland, Oregon. Hotels fill up quick during high tourist season, and rates can go up with demand. Portland International Beerfest brings crowds for live music, great food, and, of course, beer from all over the world. The Oregon Brewers Festival is held annually during the last full weekend of July and provides an opportunity to sample craft beers from across the country. Not all of Portland's events are beer-centric, however. The Portland Rose Festival is an annual tradition that dates back to the early 20th century. Held during the month of June, the event includes three parades along with other culturally-rich activities. The Waterfront Blues Festival takes place in July and is the largest blues festival on the West Coast. Proceeds go to the Oregon Food Bank, so visitors can enjoy music and support a good cause. The event attracts blues fans from around the world and has more than 150 performances on four stages. Another music festival is the Mt. Hood Jazz Festival. Located just east of Portland in the city of Gresham, this event is a must for jazz-lovers and also features some of the region's best wine, beer, and food.

    Winter travelers can find great deals on hotels in Portland, Oregon, from January through March, as this is low season. Winter sports enthusiasts are drawn to Portland for its proximity to Mount Hood and the latter's famed ski resorts. You can reserve a spot at any of the Portland hotels downtown for bargain prices during this time. Although many of the parks and gardens have shorter hours of operation during the winter season, the museums stay open.

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