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  • 1
    Econo Lodge Portland City Center

    Econo Lodge Portland City Center

    Class:
    4
    4 reviews
    Very Good! - 81% of guests recommend

    This is a very central location right in downtown, by OHSU, Portland State, and the park blocks. It's small so it's easy to get in and out of quickly, and it does have parking, although it costs $10 a day. Some of the more expensive hotels in the area charge $30, so this is not a bad deal, and you ...

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    The Inn at Park Lane Suites

    The Inn at Park Lane Suites

    Class:
    4
    4 reviews
    Good! - 78% of guests recommend

    The rooms at the Inn at Park Lane Suites are more modern than the rooms at Park Lane Suites across the street. Check in at Park Lane Suites, but I prefer these rooms at The Inn. There's no carpet on the floors and the bed spreads are white-white. You really don't need much more in a hotel, and the location ...

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    Candlewood Suites - Portland Airport

    Candlewood Suites - Portland Airport

    Class:
    3.5
    4 reviews
    Excellent! - 88% of guests recommend

    Unlike many new or recently renovated hotels, the Candlewood Suites is a modern hotel that does not feel like you are walking into an office. This is a long stay hotel that goes out of its way to accommodate their guests, who are mainly professionals on extended work projects, with a all the amenities you would expect but catered to ...

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    Eastside Lodge

    Eastside Lodge

    Class:
    4
    3 reviews
    Fair - 72% of guests recommend

    East Burnside was once one of the most dilapidated parts of Portland, known for its cheap karaoke lounges and seedy hotels. The past decade or so has seen some serious gentrification, and while the street that divides NE from SE Portland still has an element of shadiness, most of the small businesses here have really cleaned up their acts. The ...

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    Shilo Inns - Rose Garden

    Shilo Inns - Rose Garden

    Class:
    3.5
    4 reviews

    Grose. It's a convention center hotel and it's cheap. It smelled smokey. You're very close to your car, so if you had a dog in it or you were worried someone was going to break into it, maybe this would be a good choice for you? It's really small, and doesn't have any of the excessive stuff you might be ...

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    Comfort Inn Portland

    Comfort Inn Portland

    Class:
    4.5
    2 reviews
    Very Good! - 84% of guests recommend

    If I had to stay anywhere along Portland’s super-sketchy 82nd Street, the Comfort Inn would probably be the place because of its convenient location, well looked-after rooms, and really friendly staff. The hotel is located just across a freeway bridge from the MAX light-rail, and you can easily get here from the airport or downtown without the need to rent ...

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    Aladdin Inn and Suites

    Aladdin Inn and Suites

    Class:
    3.5
    4 reviews

    I was a little nervous standing in the small lobby of this inn/motel at night alongside a very large man with large forearm tattoos and a large scar across his face, but my feelings were proved invalid when he turned and smiled at me after receiving his room key and heading out. My judgements were stomped on a second time ...

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    Motel 6 Portland Central

    Motel 6 Portland Central

    Class:
    3
    3 reviews
    Mediocre - 57% of guests recommend

    I used to have a major bias towards Motel 6, thanks to a bad incident I had involving filthy sheets in a California Motel 6 many years ago. I've passed by this motel on SE Powell many times and always assumed it would be a grimy haven for bedbugs, so when I visited it the other day I was pleasantly ...

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    Hospitality Inn

    Hospitality Inn

    Class:
    3.5
    2 reviews
    Mediocre - 62% of guests recommend

    Located on SW Capitol Highway and Barbur Blvd, close to the I-5S ramp, the Hospitality Inn is centrally located in a very busy SW Portland neighborhood about five miles from downtown Portland. As such it is within easy distance of all the main attractions of the Portland area , the I-5, and Portland Community College. The Inn is a dated ...

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  • 10
    Travelodge Portland City Center

    Travelodge Portland City Center

    Class:
    3
    3 reviews
    Mediocre - 59% of guests recommend

    This hotel is near OHSU and Portland State. The small rooms come with a parking space and a coupon for Asian food next door, and breakfast. At $119 a night, for a room in high season, it's a bit over priced if you don't get a room online or off season, but if you have a car, most downtown hotels ...

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  • 11
    Days Inn Portland Airport

    Days Inn Portland Airport

    Class:
    4
    1 review
    Mediocre - 60% of guests recommend

    Assuming you're looking for a place to sleep/rest when you're not otherwise working, this is the place. The room (room 229) was clean, well-appointed, and had good WIFI. The most impressive thing was how quiet it was - considering its closeness to both a major Portland street (82nd Avenue) and a freeway (I-84). And the air-conditioning was absolutely Heaven. I ...

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  • 12
    Super 8 Portland

    Super 8 Portland

    Class:
    2.5
    3 reviews

    The appeal of Super 8 is that they have a park and ride system for people who are leaving their cars long term while they fly somewhere else. For the same price you can probably stay at La Quinta, just up the road, but they don't have that parking deal. Super 8 is very basic and cheap, but it wouldn't ...

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  • 13
    Briarwood Suites

    Briarwood Suites

    Class:
    2.5
    3 reviews
    Mediocre - 58% of guests recommend

    Formerly known as the Travelodge, the Briarwood Suites is the kind of run-of-the-mill place you'd stay if you don't plan to spend much time in the hotel and are really just looking for a place to sleep at night. All the rooms are clean and basic and have microwaves and fridges. There’s also a little East African sandwich shop across ...

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  • 14
    Econo Lodge Expo Center

    Econo Lodge Expo Center

    Class:
    3
    2 reviews
    Mediocre - 51% of guests recommend

    While the Econo Lodge at the Expo Center is far from a dream hotel, it serves its purpose of offering cheap accommodation in a pretty convenient location for convention attendees. The staff are genuinely nice and, when I asked for the rates, they told me that it would be cheaper to book online than directly with the hotel, which I ...

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    Banfield Motel

    Banfield Motel

    Class:
    2
    3 reviews
    Mediocre - 56% of guests recommend

    If you're looking for a cheap, relatively central place to stay, this is not a bad choice. The staff are really friendly and the rooms are well-maintained. They offer discounts for groups and have a few rollaway cots. Breakfast is not included, but all rooms come with fridges and microwaves so you can always prepare your own. It's just in ...

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  • 16
    Inn at the Convention Center

    Inn at the Convention Center

    Class:
    2
    2 reviews
    Mediocre - 57% of guests recommend

    No cockroaches but saw a couple ants. it's dingy and old. Was cheap but not worth the price. Interesting neighbors. Decent location.

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  • 17
    Motel 6 Portland Downtown

    Motel 6 Portland Downtown

    Class:
    1
    3 reviews

    This place is in a convenient location near the Max light-rail train station, the Convention Center, Lloyd Center Mall, and downtown Portland and has parking. Unfortunately, it's also super shady. The staff seem, to put it politely, spaced-out and while this Motel 6 doesn't seem to attract the same seedy element as similar hotels of it's category, it's the kind ...

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  • 18
    Hampton Inn Portland Airport

    Hampton Inn Portland Airport

    Class:
    0
    Excellent! - 87% of guests recommend
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  • 19
    Portlander Inn and Marketplace

    Portlander Inn and Marketplace

    Class:
    0
    Mediocre - 63% of guests recommend
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    La Quinta Portland Convention Center

    La Quinta Portland Convention Center

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