Hyatt Place Portland Airport

9750 NE Cascades Parkway, Portland, Oregon, 97220, United States
Hyatt Place Portland Airport / Cascade Station
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Things to do or see near Aladdin Theater

by travelgirl214

Hi,
I will be in Portland for the day for The Polyphonic Spree concert on July 14. Is there anything to do or see around the Aladdin Theater? Good places to eat? Cool retro/vintage shops? Any information would be much appreciated!

Re: Things to do or see near Aladdin Theater

by mossyfeet

There's not tons of stuff in the immediate vicinity of the Aladdin. The Nite Lite is one of my favorite bars and it's sort of near there on SE 21st & Clinton. They have great food, no smoking, good music, quality drinks and outdoor seating in the early evening.

You might enjoy walking down Hawthorne, there are a couple retro/vintage clothing shops and further down there are some shops that sell funky antiques.

I'd recommend the Pied Cow on Belmont for coffee and desserts, but get there either really early or really late to get a seat. In the summer they have great outdoor seating which relieves some of the seating congestion. You can order a hookah with flavored tobacco to share with your friends if you're seated outside. I'm not a smoker, but the novelty of it is fun if nothing else.

You might enjoy the Delta Cafe on Woodstock, it's sort of southern food. Great fried okra. You can order a 40 (that is, ounces of malt liquor). Just up the street from there is Tani's sushi, which was always tasty and fresh and reasonably priced for sushi.

There's lots of good thai food in Portland, Khun Pic's Bahn Thai on Belmont has great food and is actually kinda romantic. It's behind the wall of bamboo! Typhoon is expensive, but excellent. Pok Pok Whiskey Soda Lounge is actually closest to the Aladdin, it was just getting started when I moved away, but it was fabulous. I hear it expanded and it's the new favorite of a friend whose judgment in food is impeccable.

There is also a cluster of restaurants at SE Bybee & Milwaukie, which is easy to access from the Aladdin.

If you get a chance to get across the river, you shouldn't miss Powell's Books. There are some great breweries in Portland, my favorite for food is the Laurelwood up on NW Kearney. If you're near either of those places you must get some gelato at Mio Gelato.

OK, now I'm very hungry! Let me know if you want more specifics on anything, or are looking for something in particular.

Let me know if you want more specifics on any of these. There are good restaurants on the other side of the river, too, I just wasn't sure how far you want to travel.

Travel Tips for Portland

Walk along the riverfront...

by AussieKitten

Walk along the riverfront, grab a microbrew and visit the International Rose Garden. Hmmm, what I mostly remember about Portland is its laidback style and pretty surroundings. It did rain a fair bit on each visit, so that added to the scene and made indoor venues a haven (which is where most people tend to be).

Kells Irish Pub and the Panorama nightclub are 2 venues that I enjoyed going to with friends for the live music, drinks and 'interesting' crowd.

*photo of Portland under a light snow cover*

Don't Forget The River

by Geoff_Wright

Take a look around the River Place area, on the Willamette River, between the Marquam and Hawthorne Bridges. The view here is at the beginning of the Governor Tom McCall Waterfront Park, which follows the River Willamette Northeast, to the Old Town District, and China Town, a bit to the left of Old Town.

The most eco-friendly city in the US

by Jefie

I'm not sure exactly how it all started, but whenever a list is made of the "greenest" cities in the world, Portland always comes up near the top. Portlanders in general care very much about the environment, and several environmentally-friendly initiatives and inventions originate from Portland. For example, I was told that the towel program we now find in most hotels around the world (where you hang your towel if you wish to use it again) first started at the Hilton Portland. I also noticed that solar-powered trash compactors were being tested at different locations in the city, which makes total sense - after all, if something that is solar-powered can work in an overcast city like Portland, it can work anywhere! We also saw several parking spots with free charging stations reserved for electric cars in the downtown area, and I thought it was interesting to know that Portland is the American city with the highest ratio of hybrid cars per inhabitants.

Packing List

by Rude_boy22

If you are coming any time other than summer, the key word here is 'Gore-Tex'. It doesn't pour here much, but there is an almost constant drizzle and overcast between December and March. Oh, and don't use an umbrella...Oregonians love to make fun of people who use them.

The Columbia River Gorge

by mcpangie

You can make a day trip of the Columbia River Gorge. One option would be to drive east on I-84 to Cascade Locks, OR and drive over the Bridge of the Gods to Washington's SR-14 (which would eventually reach I-205 in Vancouver, WA).

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 Hyatt Place Portland Airport

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Address: 9750 NE Cascades Parkway, Portland, Oregon, 97220, United States