This is a great place to stay. It's not right in Portland, is in the mountains, like 5 hours by car from the city.
There are lots of activities during Summer and Winter.
It has a fantastic view.
Golf, Spa, private homes, concerts, fly fishing, ski, etc...
Check out the web site written down below.
An old ranch, a insane asylum, an old elemantary school, and more - all converted to hotels. McMenamin's offers a handful of creative hotels with great restaurants, pubs and more inside. Some even have movie theatres and glass blowing house.
You have to check them out to undertands them- and all a great deal financially.
Each one is more unique than the next - nothing else out there like these.
Best known in the US for where Jack Nicolson was filmed in the Shining, but to the ski community it is a place where there is almost year-round skiing.
Truly a ski lodge with small, but quaint rooms.
Great service and a fantastic restaurant.
Views are amazing and worth the not very expensive price.
Just an hour away from Portland, what more can you ask for!
Near the peak of Mt Hood.
Great pool and saunas.
The architecture is wonderful
$75 to $230.
There are two main hostels, one on the west side of the city(NW) and the other one on the east side(across the river).
The NW location is on 17-18th and glisan, very close to NW 23rd's shopping area, the Portland Street car, a 15 minute walk to Powells books and next to World Cup Coffee, a primo place!
The SE hostel is in a somewhat more relaxed area, but it has many theaters, cafes and neighborhood pubs nearby. Both hostels are somewhat off the main cruising streets so noise shouldnt be too bad.
Both are cheap, in the city, have good places to shop, eat and hang out nearby.
Its also a fairly quick walk or ride to the train station.
Whenever I'm in Portland I am always trying out new B&B (Bed and Breakfast) and Portland has a wide fine selection of those. So I will mention some of my top fav here.
'Clementine's B&B': A cozy Italian Victorian B&B built in 1888. Located near downtown.Most of the rooms have beautiful views of the river and surrounding mountains.
'Days Inn City Center':on 6th Ave in Portland. Very nice hotel with data ports for you internet junkies and free Gold's Gym for guests! REasonablly priced in the $80-100 range.
'Falcon's Crest Inn': This might be an Inn but make no mistake, it is a luxory chalet-style bed and breakfastat! One of my top favs. They serve elegant six-course dinners with a great selection of wine!To top it all, it is located high on the southern flank of majestic Mt. Hood. Price range $120-180 range last time I was there!
'Heron HausB&B': Again don't let the B&B in the name foo you! This is a stately old mansion in one of Portland's best neighborhoods!Fireplaces in each room, breathtaking city views, a hot tub and sun deck so you can catch a tan! Still cheaper than many standard franchise hotels!!
'The Lion and The Rose Victorian B&B': The name sounds like some Shakepearian play! And it does live up to the name! In the Irvington District,The Lion and The rose looks like a lavish movie set from the inside,Vintage furniture, flowing draperies and designer outfitted rooms make you go back in time to the Victorian days. priced around $140-160 but worth every penny in my opnion!
Nico I'm a VIP and I want something good enough for a president! Hmm .. I guess I'd say you should stay at the White House then! Portland's White House that is!!
Its a Super Luxory B&B located in Historic Irvington that looks remarkably similar to the Washington DC White House! Minus the security of course :) from 1 to 10 I'd give it 12!! Romantic, elegant and sophisicated! My 1st choice for a romantic weekend. Price you ask? Well when I was there it was around $160 which is not bad for a night at the white house!
Nico I a modest down to earth sorta dude, anything for me? Well try
'General Hooker's B&B': NO! No hookers are supplied with the room .. to the best of knowledge anyway! :)
Located in a quiet neighborhood just south of downtown.Reasonabbly priced $80 range.Nice clean rooms.
'Portland Guest House' $60 range. However if you want something really cheap(notice I said cheap not inexpensive) then try 'Portland Hostel'. You will have to share with roommates but you pay something like $15/day!! I have never stayed there myself but I have friends who have and they liked it.
So here you have it Portland does have a wide variety ranging from a White House to a Hooker's B&B!! You make your own jokes :)
There are several McMenamin Brother B&B locations in the Portland area. They all pride themselves on their unique art and homeade brews. Portlanders appreciate that McMenamin Brothers purchase run down historic buildings and revamp them to everybodies liking.
Marriott Waterfront, Benson Hotel, RiverPlace Hotel
In US currency, an average room would cost you between $150 and $300 per night. 99% of downtown Portland hotels are going to charge you for valet parking, so beware and always ask!
All of these hotels provide a great view!
$119.00 -- $149.00 USA
First class hotel, located in the heart of downtown Portland, in the Lloyd Financial District. Newly renovated guest rooms feature upscale corporate decor and include: individual climate control, work area with desk and lamp, coffee/tea maker with complimentary coffee & tea, refrigerator available upon request, electronic door locks, nonsmoking rooms available, remote control color TV with cable and PAY Per View movies, direct dial telephone with modem/data port connection and voice mail, iron, and ironing board, alarm clock radio and hair dryer. Hotel amenities include: complimentary airport shuttle, outdoor heated swimming pool,24 hour fitness center, concierge services, laundry/valet, safety deposit boxes, full business center, gift shop, restaurant, room service, lounge, complimentary parking and meeting facilities. Hotel is 20 minutes from Portland International Airport and only minutes from fine dining, shopping and entertainment.
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