The Inn at the Convention Center was a very comfortable stay for my husband and I. The bed was very comfortable, the room was spacious, the night-time city view was pretty, and it was quiet (we were on the parking lot side). It's a great deal for a 2-star, inner-city hotel. The area around the hotel felt very safe and had public transit right on the same block. This hotel is literally 2 minutes from the Oregon Convention Center.
Traveller from Renton WA
This downtown Portland hotel is across the street from the Oregon Convention Center, a block from the MAX Light Rail, and 4 …More
We stayed there for a couple of nights on a double queen. The hotel was clean and had a friendly front desk and valet staff. Housekeeping promptly respected the signs on the door. AC was however a little bit on the louder side. They capped the TV volume at half its capacity. I guess that's to avoid unwanted hotel trashers from disturbing others. The patio was nice and we hung out there for a while without the wait staff bothering us.
They had clean pool and gym, but we didn't use. This hotel is NOT at a walkable distance from the downtown.
This Portland hotel is just a few blocks from the Oregon Convention Center and Moda CenterMore
Only stayed one night so really was just a place to sleep. However it was worth spending the money to stay in quiet and comfortable hotel such as this one. Highly recommended if you plan on staying a few days or weeks.
Located in the heart of Portland, this aparthotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Holladay Park, Moda Center, and Veterans Memorial …More
Check in was easy with the evening gent very helpful and friendly. Well positioned accommodation with parking. While older and fairly busy I found the room pleasant and quiet.it worked well for me to explore the city via public transport.
Traveller from Wellington, NZ
Situated in Portland, this motel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Oregon Convention Center and Moda Center. Portlandia and Pioneer …More
Pocket Guide: Portland Oregon Convention Center Hotels
Just off I-5 to the east of the Willamette River, the 30-acre Rose Quarter features the Rose Garden arena, Memorial Coliseum, and the Oregon State Convention Center. Acts ranging from Elmo to Bruce Springsteen have played the 20,000-seat arena. To catch the city in bloom, visitors swarm to the Rose Festival’s Grand Floral Parade in June. Nearby, the Lloyd Center is a convenient shopping venue.