Marriott Portland Downtown Waterfront1401 SW Naito Pkwy, Portland 3.5 out of 5.0
Mt Hood provides a scenic backdrop for this waterfront Marriott, set across from Tom McCall Park and a riverfront promenade; Keller Auditorium is 4 blocks away; ...
Best Western Inn At The Meadows1215 N Hayden Meadows Dr, Portland 2.5 out of 5.0
Located in North Portland, this motel is 0.3 mi (0.5 km) from Portland Meadows Racetrack and 0.9 mi (1.5 km) from Portland International Raceway. Portland Expo ...
Hilton Portland & Executive Tower921 SW 6th Ave, Portland 3.5 out of 5.0
In the center of Portland's downtown business and shopping district, this high-rise hotel is 1 block from the Schnitzer Concert Hall, Pioneer Courthouse Square, ...
Red Lion Hotel Portland Airport7101 NE 82nd Ave, Portland 3.0 out of 5.0
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 ...
Hotels in Portland
Portland is a unique metropolis in that it has a vibrant, intriguing downtown, yet provides many pursuits for the outdoor enthusiast. With hotels to meet every budget around the city, you can hike in 5100 acres of temperature rain forest--rare among cities in the United States--and experience the laid-back town with a local beer at night. Known for good, cheap food and interesting neighborhoods, it is a city that is easy to walk around or explore by bike.
With more than 221 breweries, Oregon offers some of the best beer in world. Good food is abundant and not only found in the top restaurants. Chefs prepare delicious foods in sheds and carts on road sides, so you usually don't have to worry about making reservations. However, you can expect long lines during lunch hour at the most popular food carts.
Hints and tips
The greenery stays green because of the rainfall, which occurs most of the year. Although summers are warm and sunny, you can expect a quick shower any time, so keep an umbrella or raincoat handy. If you are caught in the rain, Powell's City of Books is a great place to spend a rainy afternoon. Outdoor markets on the weekends provide interesting and delicious shopping. Although driving around is easy, the city puts bikers first, and a network of roads with wide bike lanes extends throughout the city.
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