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Great location,staff excellent.Wonderful decor.Would definitely stay there again. Load staff although the rude was quiet after 230 am which staff maintained.
The staff was extremely helpful and the location was walking distance to great food and bars. No gym and air conditioner was all or nothing.
The Doug Fir Restaurant and Front Desk was awesome Cigarette smoke coming into our bedroom, thin walls, rooms enhance outdoor noise
a bit noisy
I arrived pretty early and while they didn't have a room available at that moment, they got me in as soon as they could. The location is perfect. Lots of great places within a few blocks. The room is on the small side but they do give that info online. I was by myself on a work trip so it was fine.
The bed, pillows, and bedding were amazing. The chalkboard doors were a cute touch. The room was super clean. Location is great with lots to eat and do in walking distance. Room size was smaller than expected. There was also a huge noise factor that we weren't aware of based on the website or prior to booking. While the staff alerted us to this at check in, it would have been nice to know before so we could plan accordingly. No fridge or coffee maker. And most of the electric outlets in the room didn't work.
Parking is and was an issue. They have a tiny garage. They don't have an elevator from the parking garage. If you travel light no worries. However we didn't and it was terrible lugging our luggage up two flights of stairs.
Funky boutique hotel near the river. Rooms are small but the property is unique and I'm glad we stayed here versus a generic hotel room. Small rooms
The staff was super friendly and helpful. They were very accommodating and made my needs easily met. The lobby is very "modern chic." The room was cool and comfortable. I liked the painted wall and the various seating/desk options. The shower pressure was very low, which can be difficult for people with long curly hair. It also took quite a long time to warm up. I felt cold while showering, even though I had the water temperature set to the highest possible.
The location is great. You can walk downtown or to Southeast Portland in just 15 minutes but there are also a lot of good places to eat and drink within a few blocks. And the staff are very nice -- one person at the desk gave us some good suggestions on things to do around town. The bar in the complex is fairly noisy at night, even on weeknights. The rooms don't ventilate well so you'll see many people leaving their doors open. Overall fairly "bare bones" rooms but totally livable if you can get a good deal.
We had a very exhausting flight with a morning arrival and the staff allowed us to check in early which was a huge blessing. The location was great and the hotel itself was beautifully redone since the renovation. The room was small but you can't expect too much since it was formerly a motel of some sort. There was a condom on the night stand (unused and clearly placed there by the staff). Our first reaction was "that is very strange" and then "what if we had children with us?" We didn't care for that. The next door restaurant was partying pretty loud after 10pm and we simply turned on the super old air conditioning unit which was very loud but soothing and went straight to sleep.
Close to everything and everyone I needed to see. The room was clean and the staff was very friendly. My room was overlooking the restaurant/bar. I couldn't sleep during any one of the four nights I was at the hotel. It was extremely loud with people partying under my room until 4am in the morning. I get it - the hotel and the restaurant are hip and trendy but if I didn't need to sleep, I would have not booked a hotel at all. If I knew that this was the set up of the hotel, I would have chosen another hotel.
Clean, comfortable room, excellent desk service, location was where I needed it to be... not a 4 star hotel, but it didn't need to be. Perfect.
The location was extremely convenient for going across the river (by bus or car) to the Pearl, Nob Hill and Downtown districts. Also, the immediate vicinity was good, as the hotel is very near to the Jupiter Hotel and Doug Fir Lounge and Restaurant, which has good breakfasts and a nice nighttime bar. The rooms were clean and functional - and quiet. The staff was friendly and helpful. I give this hotel my top rating! No complaints.
Vintage motel in great location with friendly staff. Don't expect fancy little soaps, room service or marble countertops. Lots of fun places nearby, good bus and bike connections.
great location, nice staff, newly renovated, clean. the bathroom is a little dated.
Great location, close to downtown. Staff was friendly, rooms appeared clean. A little noisy at night. The room smelled heavily of perfumed air freshener. The bathroom had what appeared to be fruit flies.
Staff is friendly Beds are mediocre. Sheets and mattress both
The best part about it is the location, which is right in the heart of downtown Portland. Clean enough, though not anything fancy. Seemingly nice staff. Noisy. A little sketchy. Didn't feel 100% safe there.
Great location. Free WiFi. No frills. Minimal room, but comfortable beds with good service and a clean atmosphere. It's an older motel, so it definitely has a run-down feel. For my trip (visiting Portland with a friend to go enjoy the city, nightlife, etc) this was perfect. It's confusing to find parking (small lot) and to get around the motel.
The staff was very accommodating, they allowed us to check in a few hours before check in time so that we could freshen up and explore the city! The location of this motel was great, we could have walked to the convention center (where we attended comic con, the reason for our visit), and most uber rides downtown were around 7-10 dollars! There were also a few decent restaurants within walking distance! I definitely recommend breakfast and J and M. While the actual location of the hotel was great, it did get a bit noisy at night, with or without open windows.