This lovely hotel, located in the heart of downtown, is attached to one of the best Italian restaurants in the city, Pazzo Ristorante. The hotel was built in 1894 and restored in the early 1990s; the richly decorated rooms take inspiration from Oregon's wineries and vineyards. For a special weekend, reserve a two-story townhouse suite with a jetted tub, or sleep under the stars in a special room with conservatory windows for stargazing from bed. Enjoy nightly wine tasting in the fireside room.
Garcia Marquez, Beverly Cleary and Ken Kesey are not names of past guests, but rooms (named after authors) at the Bluebird Guesthouse. Located in the Division neighborhood, this is a captivating 1910 structure that ensures a restful, comfortable stay. Apart from airy rooms, guests can avail of the full kitchen, WiFi, laundry machine, and free local phone calls.
3031 Southeast Hawthorne Boulevard Portland, OR 97214
If you do not mind sharing a bathroom and making your calls from a pay phone in the lobby, then you cannot beat this hostel for price and convenience. Choose from a bunk in a dormitory room or one of two private family rooms. The common areas are spacious and cheerful, with a big dining table, kitchen facilities, a luxurious front porch and a huge new deck overlooking the backyard. And it is only going to get better. Walk to all the Hawthorne area attractions.
949 East Burnside Street 9th & East Burnside Portland, OR 97214
Located just across the Burnside Bridge from downtown Portland, the three-story motel Thriftlodge Portland Central offers some of the lowest prices around. The relatively early check-in time is refreshing. The property was built in 1959 and remodeled in 1995. Guestrooms are plain, but comfortable and contemporary. Business travelers will appreciate coffee, local calls and incoming faxes at no additional charge. With easy freeway access, the property is just minutes from everything in the city.
2311 North East Schuyler Street Portland, OR 97212
The country-style decor of this bead and breakfast, features a wealth of antiques and old-world charm. As part of your stay at Clinkerbrick House, you will enjoy a flavorful gourmet breakfast. Be sure to visit nearby Lloyd Center Mall, or see what is happening at the Rose Garden Arena. Delicious neighborhood dining is located just outside the front door. Offering basic facilities, this small accommodation is a good option for travellers on a budget.
2321 Northeast 28th Avenue At Thompson Street Portland, OR 97212-4913
Located on the east side of Irvington, this magnificent old home makes for a wonderful stay. The manor offers five rooms, three with private bathrooms. The rooms vary in size to fill your specific needs. Tudor House Bed & Breakfast offers discounts for multiple-room bookings, longer stays and corporate traveling. Whether you are looking for a romantic room with a fireplace or a functional room with an extra bed, the innkeeper here will take good care of you. Children are welcome and full breakfasts are served between 7:30a and 9a.
While contemporary bed and breakfasts seem to lack the warmth of Old World charm, Irvington Inn Bed and Breakfast escapes frills and fluff without jeopardizing that essential ambiance. The rooms are dressed in ethnic themes with colorful quilts and heavy antiques, especially in the Amish Star Room and the African Room. This cozy 1934 Tudor is close to everything. The operators also seem to understand the meaning of bed and breakfast. Wake up to percolated coffee and Apple Puff Pancakes with Cinnamon Custard Sauce or try the Oatmeal Brule with Minted Berry Compote.
2331 Northeast Knott Street Portland, OR 97212-3431
For a different kind of stay in a historic Portland neighborhood, this grand old house could be the ticket. Built in 1910, Knott Street Inn Bed and Breakfast offers cozy, comfortable lodgings in a central location, only a quick drive over the Broadway Bridge from Downtown. The inn is also close to Northeast Portland attractions, including the Rose Quarter, Oregon Convention Center and the shops of Lloyd Center. The neighborhood is a perfect place to take long walks or to explore intimately.
Georgian House Bed and Breakfast-1922 bed and breakfast is located in the historic neighborhood of Irvington. The property is a red-brick colonial house with dark-blue trim and a wrought iron gate. Relax in one of four rooms, two of which have private baths. While staying here, enjoy the gas fireplace, afternoon tea, sunbathing veranda, rose garden and the neighborhood's old tree-lined streets. Full breakfast is served in the dining room and is complete with homegrown berries of the season. Check in time varies with room availability. Check out time is after breakfast.
A grand home is yours if you stay at this friendly bed and breakfast in the city's historic Irvington neighborhood. The house was built in 1906 and lives up to its designation on the National Register of Historic Places. Rooms are intimate and cozy, but still have that Victorian elegance. Be prepared to share some conversation with the other guests during breakfast, which is served at a large, antique table in a wood-paneled dining room.
A great place to get your work done, this airport
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