The front desk staff are great--very, very helpful. The location is excellent; very close to public transport. The room I had was a little noisy, as it overlooked said transport, but it was comfortable, and had been recently renovated. The drapes looked new, the carpet appeared clean, the linens looked fresh. The bathroom is a bit dated, with some mildew stains around the tub and the toilet is behind the door; a little difficult to access. However, the great staff and location make up for the downsides if you're looking for utility vs posh. I'll stay there again.
This hotel is pretty brand new, it's so new the pictures on Expedia are still just 3D renders of the place. Because it was so new everything looked pristine. The air conditioning/vent in our room was a bit loud but outside of that the room was great and the staff was also top notch. It's not as close to downtown Portland as the other hotels but there are still a fair number of restaurants close to Eastlund that were walkable and DELICIOUS! I would recommend this place for people traveling to Portland.
Pretty good room, nice bed and it has all the amenities. The room has a mini fridge, a microwave, a TV and more. The hotel staff were really nice, they even sent us a bottle of beer and some pretzel. Very close to city center and the only thing this hotel lacked was self parking. If you want to self park then you have to park it on the streets. The valet parking was quite expensive. But overall the hotel was good and would recommend to others.
This hotel is a decent place. The bed was very comfortable with great pillows. There is no restaurant but there were a couple of delivery options for food, with a few restaurants within walking distance, plus 2 Starbucks within a block away. The staff were friendly. The decor was simple, a bit outdated but the place was well run and quiet. The continental breakfast was basic - no gluten free options available. I would stay there again.
The room was nice and clean. Could be bigger but was more than adequate. The staff was able to get us a room almost 3 hours before normal 3pm checking at our request which was a great help as we were moving with our luggage from another hotel in portland.
The room was adequate....recently painted and clean but accommodations were very dated and bed linens were very well used, including thin towels, and hard flat pillows. You paid for the close proximity to downtown and convention center. I would suggest this place for a one night stay, but not for long term if you want comforts. Great little café across the street for good coffee and breakfast.
Traveller from Oregon Coast
Motel 6 Portland Downtown is minutes from Portland Intl Airport and within walking distance of the Portland Convention …More
Convenient location: Max station in 5 minutes walk as well as good shopping mall. No problems with parking.
Suites are good equipped. Full complimentary breakfast, and also they have free bbq with beer on some evenings! Awesome idea! )
Just off I-5 to the east of the Willamette River, the 30-acre Rose Quarter features the Rose Garden arena, Memorial Coliseum, and the Oregon State Convention Center. Acts ranging from Elmo to Bruce Springsteen have played the 20,000-seat arena. To catch the city in bloom, visitors swarm to the Rose Festival’s Grand Floral Parade in June. Nearby, the Lloyd Center is a convenient shopping venue.