The hotel has bar /lounge and a restaurant inside of it. The bartender was super friendly and very attentive. The place had a nice atmosphere and made for a pleasurable evening. I highly recommend this place
"Great pet friendly hotel outside Downtown Portland"
This was a great hotel to stay at. The rooms were big and clean. The location is close to restaurants and shopping with easy access to freeway. It was pet friendly with adequate parking, indoor swimming, free breakfast (great breakfast), free WiFi and work out facility. The staff were friendly and accommodating. The room had a good size fridge for leftovers and a microwave to warm up the food. Will definitely stay there again.
A friend who was on the road and I decided to meet up in Portland and picked this hotel. Booked for 10 days and hotel was very quiet (we were on third floor where guests with pets are put and it was off-season so that might have contributed to it being quiet) and room was clean and spacious. Front desk and cleaning staff were very friendly and helpful. Front desk clerk told us about Gabriel Park about a 10 minute drive away that has an off-leash area for dogs (park also has some nice forested areas). Some reviews of this hotel said internet wasn't good, but we found it to be quick and reliable throughout our stay. The included breakfast was the standard carb-fest served by most hotels, but decent enough. There's a market called Barbur World Market (or Foods?) just around the corner that has a good selection of deli foods, fresh baked breads and even organic produce that is a good place to get foods if you want to save some money by avoiding restaurants (hotel rooms have microwave, fridge and coffee maker). Due to construction, the entrance onto I-5 North is a bit tricky, but being so close to the interstate made it easy to get to other places. Being in suburbs, there are no big entertainment venues nearby, but rooms have cable TV and the McDonald's next door has one of those red box DVD rental vending machines so if you have a laptop with DVD drive you can rent a movie (I think they cost around $1.50/night). There's a public library just up the road too.
We chose this hotel for price and good location. It was less expensive than downtown Portland area and had free parking. It was a safe location close to I-5. I liked the light and bright decor in the lobby. Rooms were very clean and quiet. Staff was very welcoming. I'll be staying here again on my next overnight trip to the Portland-metro area.
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To the south and southwest of downtown, this family-friendly region claims some of the city’s greenest pastures. Hayhurst’s 52-acre Alpenrose dairy complex boasts a stadium and a velodrome. Inside the Western-replica town of Dairyville, visitors find a doll museum and opera house, among other venues. Toward downtown, Portland Children’s Museum offers still more activities for the young folk.