Wonderful room, as always. Only two issues I had with the staff were that I had booked a two queen room and got a king, and requested a room overlooking the southern parking lot. I ended up with a partial view of the western side. Neither were deal breakers although my teenage son got very little sleep on the couch. We were only there for a few hours and he asked me not to get the room changed. Had I known how poorly he would end up sleeping I would've requested a room change.
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Hyatt Place Portland Airport is located within one mile of the Portland International Airport-PDX , and in the Cascade …More
I needed a room just for the night it was clean the bed was memory foam. I had a hard time connecting to their wireless but they provide a toll free number to call and the issue was resolved. The breakfast bar was very lacking they had fresh fruit a waffle maker and cereal and toast.
We stayed there Thanksgiving week while we visited with family members who live in Portland. The hotel was conveniently located. The daily breakfast was awesome. We enjoyed the nightly wine & cheese reception only once, but we're delighted to be entertained at it by a local magician who was quite good. The rooms were clean & nicely furnished but the beds were not as comfortable as other Hilton hotels we have stayed at. Staff was very friendly and welcoming. There were leaks in the skylight in the atrium that need to be fixed. The kids were delighted to find that the hotel is a Pokémon Go Stop & the atrium full of Pokémon. Overall a great value.
Nice location, staff was very friendly. Only problem I had was the room above me seemed to have kids running around stomping on the floor. Once I was sleeping, it was no problem, but it didn't make watching tv easy. I was only in the room to sleep really. This is not an issue with the hotel at all, just rude guests.
Tucked away in a residential area of the Portland industrial district the Northrup Hotel is a boutique style facility designed for the urban traveler. Close to restaurants, coffee shops, and several neighborhood grocery stores, the Northrup offers an unique hotel experience. Request a room on the north side as the commuter train runs a scheduled out the south side.
The complimentary breakfast is adequate, but falls short of memorable. Most of all units have kitchens so beware of unsolicited cooking "smells" lingering in hall ways and making their way to you room. Somewhat of a turn off. If your travels take you to this area of Portland and you what to try something a bit different, then my all means give the Northrup a shot.