Banfield Motel and Hi Portland Hawthorne District Hostel are affordable options in Portland with rates from 41US$. Rodeway Inn & Suites is situated within walking distance of Chuck E Cheese's and offers affordable rooms at 74US$ per night.
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Where to stay in Portland?
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Portland airports & Subway stations
Visitors arriving late to Portland or jetting off early may want to consider spending the night at a hotel close to Portland International airport like Hampton Inn Portland Airport and Embassy Suites Portland - Airport. If you are visiting Portland, think of booking a hotel near Pioneer Square North metro station that lies in Downtown Portland district, such as Kimpton Hotel Vintage Portland or Hilton Portland Downtown. If you want to stay close to Portland Union railroad station and have the option to explore surrounding areas by train, think over The Hoxton Portland, a budget accommodation only a 10-minute walk from the station.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
The 3-star Courtyard Portland City Center is a 5-minute walk from the center of Portland. For those who enjoy staying near natural places, Lucia is a popular option, set in proximity of a harbor, a river and parks, 1150 feet from Portland city center. If you're visiting Portland, it's perfect to stay in Lloyd /Convention Center district, which houses 4 hotels, such as Shilo Inn Portland Rose Garden or Courtyard Portland Downtown/Convention Center.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Portland
The higher-end option is River's Edge Hotel Portland, which offers plenty of amenities, a 4-star rating, and is situated next to Oregon Health Sciences University Marquam Hill Campus. For a romantic stay in a boutique hotel in Portland, pick Crowne Plaza Portland-Downtown Conv Ctr in Lloyd /Convention Center district. If you're looking for chain hotels in Portland, there are 4 excellent options, such as Econo Lodge At Port Of Portland or Portland Expo Center Inn.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
Mt. Scott Manor Bed And Breakfast is a budget-friendly apartment in Portland, also close to Lents Gilbert Church of God. There are 46 B&B options in Portland, including Pelicanstay In Portland Pearl District and Doyle Lovejoy. For families traveling with kids, Portland Marriott Downtown Waterfront or Best Western Inn At The Meadows are must-stay accommodations, as they offer a health club, a Jacuzzi and windsurfing. Dossier is an elegant resort hotel set less than a 15-minute walk from Burnside Skatepark.
City Guide: Discover the best of Portland
It’s s nickname Portland acquired thanks to Henry Weinhard – the father of brewing in the United States’s Pacific Northwest. Due to his merit Portland became a beer-perfumed destination when Henry Weinhard bought the oldest brewery in the city - the Liberty Brewery, producing from 2,000 barrels per year to 40,000 barrels within a year of his takeover.
Numerous other breweries followed suit.
Some of that beer being kept cool in your refrigerator may originate from Portland. If you want a trip to the home of the oldest beer recipes, than consult Booked.net. This is a website to meet discount prices on all hotels in Portland from cheap rooms to those that are luxury appointed.
In Portland, to refuse from a good bottle of beer is equal to crime and this city has even special way to sample the quality that produced beer has. It is the Skidmore Fountain – a historic place where Henry Weinhard volunteered to pump beer from his brewery at the day of its dedication.
Other attractions include;
- Pittock Mansion, Victorian mansion in the hills of Portland
- Portland Art Museum, a home to several art collections of contemporary artists
- Jamison Square with a city park at the heart of the Pearl District
- Chinese Classical Garden, urban retreat with beautiful pond
City parks and green gardens make up a distinct feature of Portland's face. In fact, this is the main reason the city nicknamed a ''City of Roses''. Portland is not just one of the most impressive cities in Western America, but also the second largest in Pacific Northwest after Seattle.
Portland is considered to be a ''West American Beauty'' soaked into the laid-back northern Pacific coast. Portland lies in Oregon at the nearby confluence of the Willamette River with the Columbia River at Vancouver, Washington.
This proximity to the rivers meant the fertile banks of Portland were first inhabited more than 10,000 years ago. As legend has it, among the first to discover Portland were William Overton and Asa Lovejoy. They obtained this land because of its commercial prospects.
Commerce was fuelled by its riverside location thus fishing, lumber, and agriculture industries began. Then railroad arrived in the 1880s, and Portland became the largest city on the west coast till Seattle eclipsed its growth when railroad came to the state of Washington too.
From its history to geography Portland has many options to fuel your interest in it, while Booked.net has many hotel offers for you in Portland.