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    Park Lane Inn and Suites

    Park Lane Inn and Suites

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    4 reviews
    Good! - 78% of guests recommend

    I was immediately offered free cookies when I entered the lobby of the Park Lane Inn and Suites, which made me warm up to this uptown apartment-building-turned-suite-hotel almost immediately. The super-friendly staff helped color my impression, too, but even if they hadn't been all smiles and cookies, I am sure I would have liked this place quite a bit anyway. ...

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    Timberline Lodge

    Timberline Lodge

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    6 reviews
    Excellent! - 86% of guests recommend

    Timberline Lodge is a mountain lodge (and National Historic Landmark) on the south side of Mount Hood. It was built in the late 1930s and sits at an elevation of 5960 feet within the Mount Hood National Forest. It's easily accessible through the Mount Hood Scenic Byway and was a fun place for my Son and I to wander around ...

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    Georgian House Bed and Breakfast

    Georgian House Bed and Breakfast

    3 reviews

    A few blocks from Freemont Street and the Max light rail (which provides free access to downtown Portland from the Lloyd Center stop), this 1922 house is one of Portland’s most inviting, personable, B&Bs. The owner here is absolutely lovely and warm, and it’s no surprise that this four-room B&B gets plenty of return guests. The living room here is ...

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    White Eagle Cafe Hotel & Saloon

    White Eagle Cafe Hotel & Saloon

    6 reviews

    Ask any Portlander what the most haunted spot in town is, and chances are that she will point you in the direction of the White Eagle. This old-school tavern and lodge was built in 1905 and was once a brothel. It still has an old-time lodge feel to it that harkens back to Portland's past as a logging and port ...

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    The Inn at Park Lane Suites

    The Inn at Park Lane Suites

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    4 reviews
    Good! - 78% of guests recommend

    Formerly the Washington Park Inn, this little motel near Portland's expansive Washington Park is a great deal considering its location and amenities. The hotel is on a quiet little street, just uphill from downtown Portland and due south of the “Alphabet District.” The rooms are small and simple with either one or two queen beds, and have been done up ...

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    Bluebird Guesthouse

    Bluebird Guesthouse

    3 reviews

    This quiet, affordable guesthouse in the heart of Southeast Portland is ideal for people who want the feeling of living like a local. It’s on a major thoroughfare that cuts through A lovely residential stretch of southeast Portland, but is set far enough back from the street that you won’t hear much traffic noise. It’s also in an actual house ...

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    McMenamins Edgefield

    McMenamins Edgefield

    7 reviews
    Very Good! - 82% of guests recommend

    This used to be an old poorhouse, and the murals on the walls are fantastic! The food is tasty, the brewskies local and cold, and concerts in the summer are frequently sold out. We saw BB King and Stevie Wonder here. If you drive to Multnomah Falls this is a great place to make a pitstop.

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    Salishan Lodge and Golf Resort

    Salishan Lodge and Golf Resort

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    3 reviews
    Very Good! - 80% of guests recommend

    This place has it all, golf, spa, restaurant, even shops. If your handicap is 6 or over, I do not suggest going from the championship tees. The course is challenging and will punish you if you don't play "course management" trust me.

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    Inn at Northrup Station

    Inn at Northrup Station

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    4 reviews
    Excellent! - 91% of guests recommend

    This quiet hotel in NW Portland, about 15 min from downtown by streetcar or bus, offers colorfully-decorated rooms, all of which come with en-suite kitchens. There are two types of rooms here (queen and king), both of which have dishwashers, microwaves, and crockery. The larger Superior King Suites also have stoves and full-sized refrigerators (as opposed to mini-fridges in the ...

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    Heron Haus Bed & Breakfast

    Heron Haus Bed & Breakfast

    3 reviews

    A short walk from the string of upscale shops on NW 23rd (often called the “alphabet district” by tourists), this charming B&B is set in a beautiful old house is a quiet, convenient place to call home during a Portland trip. The elegant property features large living and dining areas, a pretty garden and a collection of books (gratuitously referred ...

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    Courtyard by Marriott Portland North Harbour

    Courtyard by Marriott Portland North Harbour

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    3 reviews
    Good! - 76% of guests recommend

    Of the three Marriotts right near each other in the area, this one is the only one with a view of the Columbia River. It is for some reason designed like a large Mexican Hacienda. I don't know why they did that, but the gym has a view of the river. The veranda is huge. There are cookies at check-in. ...

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    The Nines, Portland

    The Nines, Portland

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    26 reviews
    Excellent! - 88% of guests recommend

    **RETRO GLAM HOTEL WITH 5 STAR PERKS** NOTE: Lobby is on the 8th floor. We were not able to check-in early (which was fine) and we had our bags stationed there for a few hours. We had room #851, a beautiful corner room with breath-taking unobstructed city views. I strongly recommend this double room. Large and in charge! The bathroom ...

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    McMenamins Kennedy School

    McMenamins Kennedy School

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    24 reviews
    Very Good! - 84% of guests recommend

    It's probably trite to love this place, but they have the goods. There is something deliciously subversive and chronologically displacing about wandering the halls of an elementary school with a cocktail in your hands, years after it should all be a vague memory. Adding to this temporal shift is the theme bars in the honors bar and the detention room ...

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    Hotel Monaco Portland

    Hotel Monaco Portland

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    9 reviews
    Excellent! - 93% of guests recommend

    Hotel Monaco Portland not only invites your four-legged family members into its plush hotel rooms, but the staff also make sure that Fido will be able to experience all that this diverse city has to offer without leaving your side. Timmy, a yellow lab and the resident Director of Pet Relations, is said to be an expert at sniffing out ...

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    Ace Hotel Portland

    Ace Hotel Portland

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    17 reviews
    Good! - 76% of guests recommend

    Fun, funky, hip and best of all affordable. This is part of a trendy chain of hotels bringing modern style and some sas to the stuffy hotel chain concept. Each hotel is decorated and appointed differently. The Portland Ace hotel is great. Comfy and friendly. Keep in mind that it's high style at a low budget. So if they are ...

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    Benson Hotel

    Benson Hotel

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    9 reviews
    Excellent! - 85% of guests recommend

    Perhaps the best-known hotel in Portland, the historic Benson is an elegant, old-fashioned alternative to the slew of more modern, sterile hotels in downtown Portland. The older part of the building was constructed in 1912 and a second half was seamlessly added on in 1959. Both sides feature similarly priced and appointed rooms, although the older ones are a bit ...

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    Jupiter Hotel

    Jupiter Hotel

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    10 reviews
    Very Good! - 82% of guests recommend

    Great price, great location. It's an old motel that looks straight out of the 50's that has been redone and made into a cool modern hipster hotel. There's a great bar and there are always lots of bands playing downstairs. A pretty hip place to stay. Make reservations early though. It books up pretty quickly.

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    Crater Lake Lodge

    Crater Lake Lodge

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    6 reviews

    UPDATE - 10/2012 During our return visit to the Crater Lake Lodge, we stayed the night. I made a one night reservation months before when we were planning our October trip to the "nearby" Oregon Shakespeare Festival. All we had to do was drive over to Crater Lake from Ashland (via Medford and Prospect) and then drive Home (via Klamath ...

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    Hotel Lucia

    Hotel Lucia

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    7 reviews
    Very Good! - 84% of guests recommend

    On downtown’s busy Broadway Street, Hotel Lucia is a stylish hotel that blends sleek modern interiors with late-Victorian architecture. It underwent a facelift (and a name change, from the Imperial) around a decade ago, and today it features sleek, modern interiors decked out with the photography of Pulitzer Prize winner David Hume Kennerly. The rooms here blend modern and traditional ...

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    RiverPlace Hotel, A Kimpton Hotel

    RiverPlace Hotel, A Kimpton Hotel

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    7 reviews
    Excellent! - 94% of guests recommend

    One of the nicest Kimptons I've seen, and nicest hotels in Portland period. Not cheap but you get what you pay for. Its peaceful riverfront location is more convenient for business than nightlife. (They roll up the sidewalks in this part of town, although it's a short drive or cab ride to plenty of places.) Free wine happy hour daily, ...

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