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Check-in: 15:00
Check-out: 11:00
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About Portland Inn

2-Star Hotel

Hotel in Portland OR

The Portland Inn is a hotel located in Portland, Oregon, 6 minutes drive from the Portland Metropolitan Exposition Center. The hotel features spacious rooms with free Wi-Fi and air conditioning, as well as a cable TV. Free parking is available on site.

The hotel features a friendly atmosphere and is located on the edge of town. You'll find it convenient, with free parking and an easy access road leading to the property. The lobby houses a 24/7 coffee bar, as well as newspapers and complimentary tea or coffee. Fax/copy services are available as well. All rooms include ironing equipment, while all but one have a phone.

The University of Portland and Heron Lakes Golf Course are both 9 minutes drive from the hotel.

When staying at the Portland Inn, you'll be close to all the attractions that Portland has to offer!

Check out our blog for more information on things to do in the area.

  • Parking facilityOn-site parking
  • Family roomsFamily Rooms


Business facilities Business facilities

  • Fax/photocopying

General General

  • Non-Smoking Rooms Available
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • On-site parking

Miscellaneous Miscellaneous

  • Heating
  • Family Rooms
  • Air Conditioning

Parking Parking

  • Free Parking

Reception services Reception services

  • 24-Hour Front Desk

Room Facilities Room Facilities

  • Daily Housekeeping

Rooms Amenities

  • Iron
  • Air conditioning
  • Telephone
  • Heating
  • TV
  • Carpeted
  • Private Bathroom
  • Bathtub or shower
  • Cable channels
  • Ironing facilities
  • Free toiletries
  • Toilet

Hotel Portland Oregon Policies

FAQs About Portland Inn - Portland

What are the hotel policies for check-in and check-out time? Check-in begins at 15:00 and check-out can be done until 11:00.
What are some popular tourists attractions nearby Portland Inn - Portland? Interesting place to explore in close proximity to the Hotel are Columbia Children's Aboretum, Portland Meadows, Ainsworth Blocks, Columbia Edgewater Golf Club, Rob Strasser Memorial Field, Curious Comedy Theater and others.
What amenities/facilities are offered for guests at this hotel? The Hotel offers Fax/photocopying, Non-Smoking Rooms Available, Free Wi-Fi, On-site parking, Heating.
What room amenities/facilities are offered for guests ? All rooms of this Hotel include Iron, Air conditioning, Telephone, Heating, TV.
Does the Portland Inn - Portland have on-site parking facility? Yes, On-site parking, Free Parking facility available on-site.
Do the hotel offers any business services? Yes, hotel offers Fax/photocopying.

Guest Score and Reviews


By: Kelsi
Very Poor

Traveller Type: group
  : It was better than sleeping in our car- maybe? At least we had two beds and running water, plus access to a cheap drink machine. Thankfully we were on the second floor and there was a TV with basic cable in the room.
  : Anything you can think of in terms of a motel-type room could have been improved in this inn. My roommate was afraid to sleep in the bed because everything else in the room was beyond gross, worn, broken, etc. We slept in our clothes on top of the sheets- partially for hygiene, partially because it was hot in the room. There was an AC unit and a window that could be opened, but the AC was missing the front portion of the unit and was not safe to turn on, the window didn't have a screen, and there was someone living behind the dumpster directly below the window. Our room was in the corner of the building, near a busy road, so even with the window closed we were constantly woken up by huge trucks shaking the entire room as they drove by. The person at the front desk when we checked in was not helpful, except when I asked if there was any food nearby (the answer was "not really"). We tried to ask for extra clean sheets and new towels (we were not sure the ones in the room had actually been cleaned), but he acted like he didn't know what we were talking about and dismissed the question, saying he'd call our room if he found any. When we told him the phone in our room didn't work (no dial tone, nothing), he said he'd tell someone to bring something to us. We never received clean sheets or towels. We wore our shoes as much as possible in the room and one of us was brave enough to shower, but only while keeping his socks on and standing on a towel he put on the floor of the tub. The room itself looked like a disaster, something you'd imagine seeing in a true crime drama. There were poorly spackled and painted over holes in the walls and ceiling, along with strange stains and residue on the furniture and walls. The price was cheap and we really only needed a place to stay just overnight, but I definitely would look elsewhere or sleep in my car if there were only 1 or 2 of us.


By: Donald

Traveller Type: solo traveller
  : Badly in need of maintenance. Absolutely no amenities not even a place to hang clothes. Furniture was old and in poor shape. The pictures on the booking site clearly did not match the room.


By: Evalee

Traveller Type: young couple
  : The staff was excellent, professional and friendly. The room was clean and well made. The doors locked well. There were no bugs or rodents.
  : It's a colorful neighborhood. We had dumpster divers there blocking the entrance when we arrived. The smoke detector was pulled loose from the ceiling and stuffed in the drawer with the Bible, which had a handwritten story in it by someone who claims to have found God by accidentally stepping on their crack pipe. There were cigarette burns on the nightstands and bathtub, though those may have been left over from back when smoking was still allowed in the room. The mattress felt about three inches thick and sounded like nothing but springs and air. You couldn't move on it without being heard through the walls. Also it's at an intersection of two major streets, so you will hear loud cars all night. Apparently people like to open up their motors and go like crazy at the green lights. I probably should mention that the baseboards were missing and/or loose in the bathroom, though that really didn't hurt much, it just looked kind of nasty.


By: David

Traveller Type: review category business travellers
  : Okay this hotel is the worst hotel in Portland on the internet it's $50 a night cash absolutely totally dirty unbelievably beat I use my camping gear inside the room the room itself was space the AC work in the shower worked Maybe definitely had hot water but maybe no fixtures I wish I took pictures this is one of the worst rooms I've ever stayed in but it was exactly what I needed and exactly what I was looking for I will stay here again if I'm ever in Dirty Old Portland this property is the cheapest motel in Portland maybe something else cheaper like a flophouse but if you're looking for a spicy place to stay bring your bug spray and your own sanitizer and cleaning wipes2
  : I didn't like the Leaky ice machine or the Flies flying around the parking lot I know these are hard to control but also the room condition was really bad I myself am a maintenance man in hotel and I stayed at this worst hotel to see how bad it could really be and man this place is really really bad really cheap and conveniently located and did exactly what I needed a hot shower and a parking spot


By: Christopher
Very Poor

Traveller Type: review category business travellers
  : the graffiti on the nightstand and bathroom wall.
  : This is used as a long term residence, so it is very much like staying in a low income housing complex. people hanging out outside their with radios going (fortunately not at night.) People we’re knocking on doors and coming and going at all hours. through the night there was constant activity on all three sides. It is on a very busy street near an industrial area, so big rigs were stopping and starting at the stoplight in front of the motel all night. The room had an overpowering smell of cigarettes and mold.


By: Jody
Very Poor

Traveller Type: family with young children
  : This was awful place to stay...dirty, noisy and not safe. Stay away!


By: James

Traveller Type: solo traveller


By: Sarwar
Very Poor

Traveller Type: young couple
  : it was dirty and smelly
  : it was dirty and smelly


By: Robert

Traveller Type: group
  : price
  : felt unsafe area


By: Rachel
Very Poor

Traveller Type: young couple
  : The price was the only good thing which turned out not to be worth it.
  : Drug dealers, gang activity, miserable staff behind glass checked us in, dirty room that smelled of smoke... we felt so unsafe that we stayed for a grand total of 10 min before getting a refund and getting back to a safe place. Don't stay here if you value your safety.

About Portland

Portland is Oregon's largest city, located on the Columbia and Willamette rivers. The city is known for its parks, bridges, and cycling paths, as well as its environmental friendliness and microbreweries. Portland is home to thriving art, theater, and music scene. The Japanese Garden, the Oregon Zoo, and the King Willam Canal are all part of Portland's Washington Park. Other popular attractions in Portland include Powell's City of Books, the International Rose Test Garden, and the Lan Su Chinese Garden.

Portland is a unique city with a lot to offer visitors and residents alike. From its world-renowned parks and bridges to its thriving arts and music scenes, there is something for everyone in Portland. If you're looking for a place to explore and enjoy the great outdoors, Portland is the perfect place for you. And if you're looking for a place to relax and enjoy some of the best coffee and microbrews in the country, Portland is also the place for you. Whatever your interests, you'll find something to love in Portland.

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