Comfort Suites Portland

1477 NE 183rd St., Portland, Oregon, 97230, United States
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Accommodations near the convention center

by tutuq8

Can anyone recommend a place to stay that is basic, clean, and inexpensive, that is within walking distance of the convention center?

Re: Accommodations near the convention center

by bocmaxima

What's inexpensive to you? Under $100?
The Doubletree would be my first thought. They have some good deals sometimes if you prepay.
Otherwise, the Red Lion, but that's nearly always over $100/night.

Re: Accommodations near the convention center

by tutuq8

Thanks for your reply. $100 is expensive. I was thinking there might be a bed and breakfast in town?

Re: Accommodations near the convention center

by bocmaxima

Portland is not cheap. There are a couple of places that you can get for well under $100 (Portland Guesthouse, Banfield), but they are no where near the convention center. Lloyd Center is not necessarily a great area. At the least, you would need to get on the light rail for a few stops. Most of the hotels by the airport run $50-80, but that's further out.
Try the Doubletree though. I know that, when I was looking at Portland hotels once, I saw it for about $70/night prepaid. That wasn't in the summer though (the high season for Portland). The Jupiter is also usually a little under $100 and fairly close to Lloyd Center, but it's also ultra-hipster.

Re: Accommodations near the convention center

by TashieKitten

There are also some hostels in Portland. We had a friend stay at one in NW and you can check it out here: The one in NW is nice because there's a street car in the area that you can catch on the way to the light rail to get across the river. Or just walk across one of the bridges.

There's also one on SE Hawthorne but I don't know anyone who's stayed there. There's a bus that runs down Hawthorne to downtown and the hostel is fairly close in to downtown.

Neither hostel is super close to the convention center but Portland is VERY walkable and there's the fareless square, as i mentioned before.

Re: Accommodations near the convention center

by glabah

The area around the convention center actually has quite a number of hotels. Some are close enough to be walking distance away.

Red Lion Hotel, Convention Center
Motel 6 on NE Holladay
"Inn at the Convention Center"
Holladay Inn Express on NE Holladay
Hotel Room Portland on NE Grand Avenue

All of these and several others are within 1 block of the convention center.

Three blocks away there is La Quinta Inn on NE Multnomah
One block north of that there is a Courtyard by Mariott Hotel

Take a look at those and see if any of those meet your needs. If not, I will give you some more names you can research.

Travel Tips for Portland

Parks Galore!

by xeberus

Portland has tons of them! The best known to visitors because of the Rose Gardens and Japanese Gardens is Washington Park, but some others that you may want to check out are:
The South Park Blocks between PSU and Taylor St with lots of trees, statues, the Art Museum, churches, etc.
Mt. Tabor, our own urban volcano! Don't worry, she's sleeping soundly. And from the top you can take in great views of the city both towards downtown and to the east to Mt. Hood. There are also some lovely resevoirs on Tabor.
Council Crest: This is the highest point in the city and on a clear day you get a wonderful view over the urban area and out to many of the High Cascades.
Laurelhurst Park: A lovely large urban park with a lake and great landscaping.
Forest Park: Over 70 miles of trails for hiking, biking, and horse riding in the woods, totally within the city limits!
Waterfront/Esplanade: Enjoy the calming waters of the Willamette up close.

Fleet Week

by Shaft28

During June the Rose Festival begins and the Navy comes to town. Any relevance to why so many babies are born 9 months later (I'm not kidding!).
Anyway, a great chance to climb onto one of our Navy's ships for a tour.
We took my boss' boat out and got some great shots of the fleet coming in. You can see the firemen's tugboat spraying red, white & blue water into the air.


by deWilde

If you even start to get out of your car to pump your gas you will immediately be noted as an outsider. At no point on your visit to Portland, or anywhere in Oregon, are you going to pump your own gas. We have a crew of highly educated gasologist that have spent many years of rigorous training and schooling to master the art of gas pumping. To even attempt to pump your own gas would be like grabbing the brush away from Picasso and making a few strokes of your own. Unlike Nike.. the saying here is, “Don’t do it”.

Big Pink: US Bank Tower

by glabah

If you hear Portland residents refer to "Big Pink", it is most likely the US Bank Tower in downtown Portland.

Built in the 1980s, the building stood out among the many smaller buildings in the northern part of downtown that surrounded it.

Today, though the Portland skyline has risen quite a bit, Big Pink still stands out due to the number of low level buildings around it.

Aside of the bank, the tower is also the home of the Portland City Grill (where Atwater's Restaurant used to be), with spectacular views since there is nothing other than the mountains to stop the view.

Vista Road in Portland

by aquatic

One day we just lost our way and were lucky enough to drive through a beautiful neighborhood up on the hill from where you can easily see almost all Portland. The street were called Vista. In case you are visiting Japanese Garden or Rose Garden, it is very close...


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