Built in 1913, this hotel is 4 blocks from Pioneer Square, MAX light rail trains, downtown shopping, and Pearl District shops, galleries, and restaurants. The Portland Center for the Performing Arts is nearby.
Guests on the go appreciate the hotel's complimentary, 24-hour airport shuttle and a convenient location about 5 miles from Lloyd Center shopping and 8 miles from downtown Portland.
Located in Downtown Vancouver, this motel is within a 10-minute walk of Vancouver Farmers Market and The Academy. Fort Vancouver National Historic Site and Portland Expo Center are also within 3 mi (5 km).
Located in Downtown Vancouver, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of The Academy and Vancouver Farmers Market. Fort Vancouver National Historic Site and Portland Expo Center are also within 3 mi (5 km).
Located in the downtown core of both the financial and artistic core of the city, The Heathman Hotel is within a few blocks of Pioneer Courthouse Square, City Hall, and the renowned Pearl district.
Close to I-5, overlooking the Willamette River and adjacent to the Willamette Greenway, this stylish boutique hotel is a half-mile from Water Tower shopping and 2 miles from downtown Portland
Across from Esther Short Park in the heart of downtown Vancouver, the Hilton is within a block of shopping and dining, about a mile from the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, and 8 miles from Portland.
Downtown boutique hotel adjacent to light rail; close to Tom McCall Waterfront Park; within 4 blocks of Portland Art Museum.
While there is certainly something to be said for getting behind the wheel and heading out to explore the natural wonder surrounding Vancouver like Mount. St. Helens, Silver Star, and the Willapa National Wildlife Refuge, the city is a great place to explore without a car. For many people who travel to Vancouver, downtown hotels like the Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Portland-Jantzen Beach are preferable because they put you within walking distance of so many restaurants, shops, and attractions. The Renaissance Trail along the Columbia River offers a welcomed opportunity to stretch your legs as you soak in the sights. If you are looking for a more strenuous trek, Mountain Falls rewards your hike with an awe-inspiring view of southern Washington. Then again, a leisurely stroll through Uptown Village takes you past a treasure trove of bistros, boutiques, and book stores.
Another popular method is to pedal your way around town on a bicycle from one of the many downtown Vancouver rental shops. Bike across the Columbia via two different bridges linking Vancouver and Portland. If you are staying at the Oxford Suites Portland - Jantzen Beach, this is a particularly convenient transportation option as the hotel is on an island between the two cities.
Much like the local culture, the weather in Vancouver is a melting pot of different experiences. In the summer months, you’ll enjoy temperatures in the upper 70s F with very little precipitation. From November through February, the temperature dips and the rainfall increases. With lows hovering around the freezing line, the chances of rain turning to snow begin to strengthen. Depending on when your travel plans are for, your outdoor activities can be heavily influenced by the weather. In the spring and summer, the hiking trails, Columbia River, and Pacific coast beckon to be explored. If you prefer to be at one with nature with a barrier of fresh powder, you can enjoy fall turn into winter at the Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge. With so much to do and see, take advantage of any of the great deals for Vancouver on Travelocity and discover what the city has to offer, no matter the weather.