Doubletree Hotels Portland - Lloyd Center

1000 NE Multnomah Street, Portland, Oregon, 97232, United States
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Very Good (3.5 out of 5.0) 3 reviews
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Convenient location, comfortable

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on March 24, 2010

Very quiet and comfortable, clean rooms, and great view of the city and mountains in the distance. Easy access to the convention center. Wireless internet in room costs extra ($10/day).

Unique Quality: This hotel is conveniently located near the convention center and Lloyd Center on the MAX Red Line, which will take you for free to the city center (it is within the free rail zone) and for $2.30 to the airport (in about 30 minutes).

Directions: Take the MAX Red/Blue/Green Line to the Lloyd Center/NE 11th stop.

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I ALWAYS STAY AT A HILTON PROPERTY

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on September 13, 2006

This DoubleTree is exactly like all the other DoubleTrees Patrick and I have stayed in over the past year or so. The beds are always comfortable, but the air conditioners loud. The hotel was packed this past weekend for a couple of weddings, so we ended up dealing with rowdy party guests half of the night. The staff apologized profusely and gave us a free tin of cookies and credited my credit card. I still got credit for the stay which was awesome. Otherwise, this is the second time we've stayed here. The first time was great this time so so because of the other guests, but otherwise I highly recommend this hotel.

Unique Quality: The linens are great.

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A Bit Of a Disappointment

Bad (2.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on September 25, 2005

I recently chose this hotel because of its proximity to the Rose Garden where we were to attend the Neil Diamond concert. Arrival was fine, checkin was no problems; parking included a bit of a wait, but was in a secure parking structure next door. This hotel hosts conferences and being a weekend was busy. We were given a room on the 5th floor as, it seems, everyone else. Our room, even though I had requested a king bed, was a queen, and two of the lamps didn't work. However finding that one wasn't plugged in helped. Being a bit behind schedule we decided to eat in the hotel. However, the dining area seemed to have a lot of tables waiting for service and we stood for longer than we should have without being seated. We went across the aisle to their Mexican bar and restaurant and encountered a long line waiting to be seated and no empty tables in the bar. So we rode the Max light rail down to the Rose Garden and had a slice and a drink.
Coming back to the hotel after the concert we were in need of a snack but after 11 pm all the food service including room service was closed down. So we thought we'd settle for a cold drink. Unfortunately the vending machine on our floor was sold out. So I went down to the next floor and struck gold. Coming back I decided we needed some ice. Well, the plastic bag for the ice bucket didn't fit the bucket. On top of that the ice machine didn't work. Oh, well, time to go to sleep anyway.
Breakfast the next morning in the hotel dining area was Ok, but the staff could use some smile lessons.
I have to say I was disappointed in this hotel. At one time it was one of the best in Portland, but has seemed to have fallen a bit. I doubt I would stay there again as there are many other choices.

Unique Quality: Actually it is a nice location and could be first rate under proper management. We've attended conferences there in the past and have had no complaints. One hopes they get their act together and make some progress back to what they had been. Until then we will go elsewhere.

Directions: Take the Rose Garden Exit from I-5, thence to Grand Ave. or MLK Ave. and turn east on Multnomah Ave. You can see the Double Tree logo on the building.

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Address: 1000 NE Multnomah Street, Portland, Oregon, 97232, United States

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