The best thing was the staff--very friendly and helpful. The hotel rooms have kitchens with a microwave and small frig. There are no utensils or dishes as in some hotels with kitchens. The bed was decent, and we were given a room away from the road noise, another plus. On the other hand, the shower water stayed hot about one minute, maybe two at most, and this was consistent morning and night. After that the water was just more than lukewarm. The sink in our room drained rather slowly, and the electrical outlets (other than the one by the sink) were not tight, so I charged my computer all night and it was almost dead in the a.m.
I noticed when booking the room that someone had mentioned spotty internet. It was better than that. And definitely the price for the room was very good. I would recommend the hotel as an inexpensive place to stay, but warn about the shower and just a heads up on the outlets.
Traveller from Washington
Located in Southeast Portland, this motel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Portland Aquarium, Milwaukie Museum, and Providence …More
The hotel is well located with a view of the Willamette River, the rooms were clean and the beds comfy.
However, unless you get a top floor, be prepared to have no insulation from the room above you. Our upstairs person was up at 1:30, 4 an 6:30 am.
Traveller from z
Located in Southeast Portland, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Oregon City Shopping Center and End of the Oregon Trail …More
I lived in the Portland area for 35 years and chose this hotel because of it's location, price, and age. It is located close to the events I was in town for. Everything was as expected, except for the noise level. This is the second time my wife and I have stated there, and both times the noise from the hallway and the neighboring rooms has been very loud. The noises from the nearby freeway are not really an issue for us, but people having full blown conversation outside of our door at 0500 hrs. is ridicules. Same goes for having the T.V. on at full volume next door, then falling asleep with it on until ??? My gosh, your in Portland, during Rose Festival, with the beach, Mt. Hood, the Gorge, Mt. St. Helens, Downtown, Hawthorne District, etc. Go outside!
Located in Southeast Portland, this hotel is 1.6 mi (2.5 km) from Oregon City Shopping Center and 2.3 mi (3.7 km) from End of …More
We stayed for 2 nights and had a wonderful time. A mere 20 minutes east of downtown, Della was a gracious hostess. breakfast was at 9 every day, and that was perfect for our schedule. The grounds were lovely, it was very peaceful and serene. Will definitely book here my next time in Portland.
Traveller from san francisco bay area
Located in Southeast Portland, this bed & breakfast is 2.5 mi (4 km) from Leach Botanical Garden and 2.9 mi (4.6 km) from …More
We did not have much to complain about when we first checked in. Sure, the mirror in the room was cracked, but we were only in there to sleep and to go back home the next day.
But the person next door had his TV on very loud and kept us awake most of the night. In the morning, when he finally turned off the TV (for about an hour, then the people elsewhere started talking very loud. This isn't anyone's fault, really, but if you're a very sensitive sleeper, you may want to know that the inn has very thin walls.
Traveller from Vancouver, BC
Located in Southeast Portland, this motel is 1.1 mi (1.8 km) from Oregon City Shopping Center and 1.9 mi (3 km) from End of …More
Situated southeast of downtown, this area’s funky cafés, secondhand shops, and record stores make for an engaging stroll. The Hawthorne Street, Belmont, and Antique Row districts draw foodies and bargain-hunters alike. Stumptown Coffee Roasters serves as a shrine for local coffee lovers. Other sites of note include the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry and Mt. Tabor, an extinct volcano.