I arrived at the hotel at 1:30 am after multiple delays from the east coast and the young lady (forgot her name-no name tag) was VERY helpful with the check in process as well as my late night accommodation requests. The hotel is 36 mins from the Portland Airport and is easily accessible by route 205. The hotel was renovated and the rooms are clean, no odor and no traffic noise audible. Breakfast includes varieties of both hot & cold options. Easy access to public transportation.
Traveller from Worcester, MA
Located in Southeast Portland, this hotel is 2.1 mi (3.4 km) from Clackamas Promenade and 2.6 mi (4.2 km) from Clackamas Town …More
The construction made it difficult to locate rooms.
It would have been helpful for the staff warning us about construction. And been more helpful about how to locate our room specially late at night.
Over all nice staying.
Located in Southeast Portland, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Oregon City Shopping Center and End of the Oregon Trail …More
Room was better than we'd expected; freshly refurbished, immaculate, spacious, had a kitchenette area with fridge & microwave & convenient low counter area for groceries etc. Staff were nice & courteous; no issues.
Traveller from Keizer, OR
Located in Southeast Portland, this hotel is 0.7 mi (1.1 km) from Portland Aquarium and 2.9 mi (4.6 km) from End of the …More
Really enjoyed our stay. Free breakfasts saved us money and were very good. Room was a little small, with two queen beds, but the beds were so comfy. Slept great and our room was quiet. Staff was helpful and friendly. No pool, which was a bummer, but workout room was great and there was a hot tub. I would have loved a drawer next to the bed.
Traveller from Longmont, Colorado
Located in Southeast Portland, this hotel is 2.1 mi (3.4 km) from Clackamas Promenade and 2.6 mi (4.1 km) from Clackamas Town …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.