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This place is amazing -- a renovated old mansion with beautiful art deco details throughout, and thoughtful accommodations -- fast internet, updated bathrooms, a kitchen available for use and stocked with a delicious and varied continental breakfast! It is an older building -- so the plumbing seemed a little finicky, the doors were thin and the building loud. I don't know why the windows don't have screens, but we had trouble with our climate control and had to leave them open, so that was a little inconvenient. Basically zero on site staff (it felt like) which was a little ghostly to come in and leave without interacting with anyone but the stray other guest.
The bathroom and vintage setting was very nice and comforting. The ability to also grab your own extra toiletries was a nice bonus.
Airport shuttle, friendly, breakfast, fridge, microwave, hairdryer. Would stay here again if needed. Can be noisy depending on what type of guests are staying. Not in the best part of town although the Ramada itself is nice though. On the ground level the air conditioner unit was blowing air up into the curtains which defied the purpose a bit. Also there wasn't enough electrical outlets by the bed because the fridge and microwave and lamp were using the same socket. We noticed later on in the week when we returned, and had a room on the third level, that a multiple plug in socket was used, this was helpful. ( I like to plug in my cell-phone close to the bed) Alarm clock did not go off on the appointed time... and yes we double checked that we had set it right.
Close to the freeway, close to everything, convenient, daily breakfast, non-smoking. The parking - 4 parking lots, but the best 2 parking lots closer to the hotel were always full. Saw pets at the hotel and the hotel does not advertise that it is pet friendly.
Close to our business activity Rooms extremely small Yogurt at breakfast (all of them!) were outdated by a month
location ~shabby room ~poorly trained front desk staff ~over priced
Needed to stay near PDX to catch an early morning flight out. Room was clean, staff courteous and efficient. Needed 5am airport shuttle so they called a cab to take me (hotel paid for; assuming they do this during off hours). Left early so didn't get to sample breakfast. Hotel was quiet when I was there. Would use again if needed to stay near airport.
The staff was kind and breakfast was really good.
Very helpful staff at the front desk l Delicious breakfast!
Somewhere to sleep? Crackheads rapping upon our chamber door. A night all alone i hear a rumble, so alone, er tho rumbles a crackhead so noir. Through some peephole a menace beyonde below, begging for smoke, and no more, we wished him a well travel, but sent him off with black a mild a plenty, such a uncouthed vagrant he beggdd for scrapped, yest be cast him about a yappin. Quote the crackhead "You-aint-got no mo?'". "'Tis my last square." I uttered. Though i may have softly spoken, desipite the reefer i'd been smoking., i said, "no more" "In my robe of complementary so galore I uttered begone harlot so wishing to be galore. Alas, I stayed in hotel of the trees, though noisiness never let me get a nut. Like an acorn, their rating fell, like a bat out of hell. A wonderful trip still happrnened nut unto ye, old chestnut tree.
First of all I made a reservation online under "pet friendly" and accidentally booked it for the wrong weekend. I called the hotel and the front desk was extremely rude and told me to call whomever I booked through. When we got there we were told our room was not pet friendly and our dog was not allowed. I was also asked for $100 deposit who h was never mentioned when I booked either. It was an ok room but we alarmed that the police showed up to loudly escort the people above us from their room in the middle of the night. Never ever again would I stay here. Don't do it.
The staff was very friendly and helpful, with answers to all of our questions. Having the in-room fridge was incredibly useful. Water pressure was decent, and sufficiently hot as needed. Over all, we were quite satisfied. This is more of a comment towards Portland in general, but the cigarette smoke was pretty heavy around there. We were in a no-smoking room, but we could still smell it with all the doors and windows closed, when people outside would light up. Similarly, my mother was staying in a no-smoking room a few doors down from us, and her room was permeated with the smell.
There wasn't anything to like about this place. To start, when I arrived, they panicked because they didn't have my room. All they could do is put me in a smoking room. I took it because I needed a place to stay. And as far as I can tell I still paid the extra that I reserved through Kayak for a non smoking room. The room smelled like smoke, and the lady at the front desk offered to spray it for me. Really? The bed and pillows had burn holes in them, which I had to disclose so I could get my $50 deposit back. This place is a joke, do not stay here!
The bed was very comfortable and made every day of our stay. It is very easy to get into downtown because it is right next to the main highways.
Cheap and good location No refrigerator, no laundry, extremely cramped. Have stayed at other Motel 6's that had much better amenities and more space.
I liked how conveniently located it is. It's a short drive to downtown. The fact that wifi is extra is a reason for me to reconsider staying here again.
location was ideal for Portland. Close to downtown, could take the bus and be there in10 min. Close to Safeway and convenience stores. required payment for wi-fi old CRT type TV took up too much space on small desk picture was not very good. noisy A/C Staff was helpful and was able to save a few bucks by correcting the occupants to 1 adult and 1 child (kayak had defaulted to 4 adults) No way you can fit 4 adults in that small room
nothing to like here The staff was unfriendly, the staff were not polite. The room when we got to it had dirty yellow sheet and was stinking. When we asked the staff to do something about it, they said they were understaffed and all the other rooms were taken so could not do anything about it.
This place is overpriced. Unless your main objective while visiting Portland is to visit the strip club next door or go bowling at the place across the street I would not stay here. There are hardly any amenities available even if requested. The worst part? There were bugs in the bed.
Close to bus stop A fridge and expensive wifi
The hotel seemed slightly oversold, but I think it was a good value. The atmosphere was of a motel, but it was a good motel. The room was excellent. Neighborhood not great, but ok. I think they should not have bothered with the continental breakfast. They did not replenish the coffee in my room. That wouldn't matter, except that I kept expecting them to. The staff was fine, other than this minor issue, which they probably would have corrected if I had raised it with them.
Great value, A very friendly and helpful staff. room was larger than expected. A very light breakfast, muffins / coffee / juice, but it was free.
We were from out of town and having lab work done at a local lab so the location was great for that purpose--just spent one night. The staff was friendly and helpful, room spacious and attractive, and bed comfortable (sheets weren't paper thin and clingy). There was a 4' divider that separated the couch from the sleeping area/bed. Along a wall was a counter with a microwave and refrigerator, which is something not all hotel/motel rooms have. It wasn't plush, but more than adequate for our needs and for a reasonable price. Because of the lab work we were fasting so couldn't try the breakfast they make available for their guests. We didn't check it out, but that isn't a negative in regard to them.
Staff was very friendly. Everything was fine. It was a perfect location and price for me.
Old and a little worn but clean and cheap. Large rooms. Felt kind of run down, cheap mattresses and linens, old furniture.
It is very close to the freeway, restaurants and banking. First room wasn't ready when I got there, second room that was supposed to be ready - the beds were not made. The third room was okay and on a level that was convienent for me. TV needed a chennel that shows stocks, metals markets.
Location Cigarette burns in the comforter, As well as on the bathtub and toilet in non smoking roomGiant hole in bathroom door covered by wood colored paperNO PRIVACY -they insist on waking u up to clean the room regardless of do not disturb signRude staff
NOTHING! It was a horrible experience... The room I rented in June was filled with syringes! So they gave us another room. AGAIN, syringes, and both room's had syringes under the matresses! It was clear that it's a place frequented by drug user's. It took us 3 hr's. to find a safe place to stay.
Free parking, clean sheets. It was not the Econo Lodge I planned to book. I didn't know that I was booking the one in East Portland. I meant to book the downtown location.
Hotel staff are great Cleanliness, location and smell of the room was very bad. Also old furniture
Very close to the venue we went to the show at. Not a bad price for Portland lodging. Kind of a sketchy area in Portland. Family who ran the hotel were kind of nosy and glared at us too. Also, you have to leave a 5 dollar deposit just to get the key and remote at check in.
Location is convenient I suppose. Extremely dirty, the people hanging around the parking lot and hallways looked like they were either on drugs or about to stab someone, room was filthy - dirty sheets, stains everywhere, holes in the tiles and wall, cigarette burns in the blankets - seriously felt so uncomfortable. Just the worst hotel I've ever stayed at. The front desk is a tiny window with probably bullet proof glass which I don't blame them for using given the people who come by. Next time I wouldnt stay here even if it was free.
Cheapest available. Escorts out front. Bed bugs. Cigarette smoke everywhere
Windows that open and freedom to smoke. Quality of guest rooms and the aroma of the hotel.