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Hotel Rose - A Piece of Pineapple Hospitality - Portland Hotels
AU$394

Hotel Rose - A Piece of Pineapple Hospitality

50 SW Morrison Street, Portland - Map
 
 
4.3 out of 5 (2,084 reviews)
Hotel Modera - Portland Hotels

Hotel Modera

515 Southwest Clay St, Portland - Map
 
 
4.4 out of 5 (2,166 reviews)
The Paramount Hotel - Portland Hotels

The Paramount Hotel

808 SW Taylor St, Portland - Map
 
 
"Good hotel well located in downtown"
We found the hotel convenient and generally comfortable. Bathroom facilities good but the quality of the bed could be better- mattress that is -was a bit soft and tired. We enjoyed our stay.
Traveller from Auckland
Park Lane Suites and Inn - Portland Hotels
AU$187

Park Lane Suites and Inn

809 Sw King Avenue, Portland - Map
 
 
4.0 out of 5 (2,939 reviews)
Sentinel - Portland Hotels
AU$313

Sentinel

614 SW 11th Avenue, Portland - Map
 
 
4.5 out of 5 (1,418 reviews)
McMenamins White Eagle Hotel - Portland Hotels

McMenamins White Eagle Hotel

836 N. Russell St., Portland - Map
 
 
Hotel Eastlund - Portland Hotels
AU$269

Hotel Eastlund

1021 NE Grand Avenue, Portland - Map
 
 
4.2 out of 5 (165 reviews)
The Benson, a Coast Hotel - Portland Hotels

The Benson, a Coast Hotel

309 SW Broadway, Portland - Map
 
 
4.3 out of 5 (2,422 reviews)
Inn at Northrup Station - Portland Hotels
AU$292

Inn at Northrup Station

2025 NW Northrup Street, Portland - Map
 
 
4.6 out of 5 (713 reviews)
Hotel deLuxe - Portland Hotels
AU$284

Hotel deLuxe

729 SW 15th Ave, Portland - Map
 
 
"Truly a gorgeous 'little Inn'."
Amazing staff and warm ambience. A little old but this adds to its character. Wine time was an excellent way to meet great people. I'll definitely stay again.
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    Accommodation In Portland

    “Keep Portland weird” is a popular saying on Portland’s buildings and bumper stickers. And the capital of Oregon is definitely a quirky city. A hipster hang-out that inspired the TV show 'Portlandia', Portland has bizarre museums, ghost tours and a nude bike ride, as well as less eccentric attractions like food trucks, tax-free shopping, craft beer and parks and gardens. Whether you fancy bearded men on bicycles or you just want to get back to nature (maybe both), book your Portland hotel with us for a city that’s weird in the best possible way.

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    Things to do

    Portland has some truly unusual museums. The Freakybuttrue Pecularium is a “gallery of the strange” (and ice cream store, yum!) where you can live out your lifelong dream of being an alien autopsy. The Faux Museum is a collection of completely fake historic items. Lovers of the supernatural can take a creepy tour around some haunted sites. If you love bikes, love getting naked and hate oil dependency (which this is a protest against), rock up to the World Naked Bike Ride in June to cycle through the streets with thousands of naked Portlanders.

    Another (not so weird) side of Portland is the beauty of its parks, gardens and other natural features. There’s Portland Japanese Garden, with its colourful plants, tiny waterfalls and tranquil ponds and streams. Lan Su Chinese Garden is a Ming Dynasty-style garden with a man-made lake, traditional Chinese architecture and open-air concerts in summer. If you’re a keen hiker, you won’t want to miss a day trip out to the Columbia River Gorge, which has walking tracks to more than 90 waterfalls.

    Portland’s nightlife ranges from live bands to karaoke to stand-up comedy and friendly local neighbourhood bars where craft beer flows.

    And make sure you visit popular spots like the Oregon Zoo, the Portland Art Museum and the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry.

    Shopping and dining

    Portland’s shopping is both tax-free (hooray) and diverse. The Portland Saturday Market is a large open-air crafts market, Powell’s City of Books is the largest independent book store on Earth and covers a city block, and Lloyd Centre is Oregon’s largest mall. Portland’s dining scene is a mixed bag of independent restaurants boasting delicious dining options, as well as plenty of decent street food carts.

    Getting here

    Keen to get to Portland now? Then book one of our cheap flights to Portland. You can get around Portland by light rail, streetcar, bus, hire car or bike. Book your Portland accommodation with us and you’ll see that – weird or not – Portland is a great place to spend your time. And that’s the naked truth.
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