Overall good. Decent three star hotel. We had stayed three nights at other hotels which were 2 to 2.5 star and this was a definite upgrade. Good full hot breakfast. Overall would stay again. About 40 minutes to Portland Downtown. Nice commercial area.
Traveller from Toronto Canada
Situated near the airport, this hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of Battle Ground Lake State Park, Three Brothers Vineyard and …More
"The inside of my room was great but a bit pricey. "
My room was great but the overall experience was not. Some of it my fault. The outside of the building smelled of pee and beer. The handrail was broken on the stairs. I could have fallen as I was carrying my luggage up and down the stairs and I am a 75 year old senior. I had to hang unto the rail for dear life as that is how I could get my luggage up to the second floor. I should have reserved a downstairs room. In the AM I came down the stairs in the same fashion, hanging on for dear life.
As I got to the bottom of the stairs I was lucky to have noticed that the railing was detached. Had I continued as I had, I would have ended up on my tush or worse.
Also, Expedia did not ask and I forgot to ask for senior pricing, so I lost out on that. But my room was clean, quiet and comfortable. I am grateful for that.
Traveller from Boise, Idaho
Situated in Vancouver, this motel is within 9 mi (15 km) of Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, Grotto, and Wellington …More
This was the cheapest hotel near Portland. It was in a sketchy location. The beds were fine, the staff was fine. I would not come to this hotel for a date night/anniversary or anything, its mostly for bringing prostitutes to, if you're poor/cheap, or if you have low to no standards about your hotel. Its not bad, just don't come expecting much. I'd stay again probably
Traveller from Seattle
Situated in the historical district, this motel is within 6 mi (10 km) of Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, Washington …More
While Washington may claim Vancouver as its own, it takes just 20 minutes to drive between the city and Portland’s downtown. Public artworks, including the Salmon Run Bell Tower and Glockenspiel, reference the city’s centuries-old past. Elsewhere, visitors to the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site discover a 19th-century reconstructed fort, replete with furnishings and staff in period dress.