Staying in Oregon doesn’t have to break the bank. Book one of these hotels in Portland.
Portland, compared to other West Coast cities such as Seattle, San Francisco, and Los Angeles, is a very affordable place to travel. With its underrated appeals – mountain ranges, easy access to the ocean and burgeoning food scene – it’s poised to become the ideal budget destination for the west coast of the USA.
Affordable doesn’t mean lacking in luxuries. Crowne Plaza is decked with plush rooms, plus a spotless indoor pool with accompanying hot tub. Better yet, when the weather allows, the pool has full bay doors that open on to a small sun deck. Wake up to fresh coffee from your in-room Keurig machine and finish the day with a beer at the pub-style bar.
This historic building has all the modern upgrades without losing its vintage charm. The rooms are furnished tastefully with wood and leather furnishings, while downstairs you can enjoy a complimentary daily breakfast with fresh coffee each morning. If you select the right suite, you can cozy up in front of a private fireplace while enjoying your sweeping view of Portland’s glimmering nighttime lights.
Sleek granite countertops, deep soaking tubs, and ultra-soft bathrobes are all ready to be discovered at The Paramount. Opt for a Deluxe King Park View room for extra space and eye-catching views of the river. Don’t forget to pop downstairs for a meal and nightcap at Swine.
Warm, comforting ambience is the guaranteed vibe at this perfectly located hotel, with access both to the airport and Portland proper. More of an old-school atmosphere, you’ll feel right at home in the timeless bar and restaurant, ordering juicy steaks and oysters, plus pints of beer. Let’s not forget, there is a warm indoor pool and hot tub that await weary travelers.
Exposed brick walls hold vintage flair and sandwich windows peek out over the city at the Mark Spencer. Butter-yellow decorating accents bring instant cheer to the hotel, and plenty of natural light adds to the mood-brightening effect. Step outside into this historic part of downtown and enjoy a quick walk to the river or to scores of restaurants for every budget.
Sleek wooden interiors and a fitness center characterize the AC Portland Downtown, offering luxury for travelers on a budget. Glass wall panels and minimalist accents add texture to the lobby, while in the warmer months full bay doors open to let in the Portland temperate weather. There’s an onsite shop for any essentials – including Portland’s Water Avenue Coffee. At the end of the day, ease into the floating bed in a guest room equipped with smart TVs.
A hotel that aligns with Portland’s quirkier sensibilities, Hotel Rose is classy and stylish, with a flair for the dramatic. There is no shortage of color here, with the art and decor keeping things fresh and upbeat. Pineapple-shaped biscuits and free coffee add to the homely touch. The hotel bar is sure to impress, with its studded leather booths and open-fire table to warm up in the winter.
An affordable option that won’t feel like traveling on a budget, this charming hotel is located in the quaint suburb of Lake Oswego, just a 15-minute drive from downtown Portland. Escape the city at this natural lakefront property with most guest rooms offering private balconies with water views. During the summer, the seasonal outdoor pool is just feet from the riverside, so you can lounge while watching the birds and boats pass by.
Geometric feature walls and floor-to-ceiling art greet you as soon as you enter this boutique hotel in the heart of Portland’s trendy Lloyd District, just across the river from downtown. Giant windows let light pour in, even on Portland’s gloomy days. The rooftop bar and restaurant is a show-stopping centerpiece, the perfect combination of excellent food and ambience that will make you stick around late into the night.