Feb 26, 2020 - Feb 27, 2020

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Portland is a city full of surprises. Located in the shadow of Mount Hood between the Columbia and Williamette rivers, Oregon's largest city is known worldwide for its quirky neighbourhoods, artisan markets, and eco-friendly culture. A network of parks, bridges, and bike trails ensure that nature lovers feel at home, while foodies flock to the city for its unique food carts, microbreweries, and coffeehouses.

Tourism in Portland, Oregon

There is no such thing as a typical day in Portland. To see the city at its peak, take a cycling tour through some of Portland's coolest neighbourhoods:

  • Alberta Arts District - Galleries, boutiques, restaurants, and bars line the streets here, but the real draw is their monthly "Last Thursday" street fair, where local artisans, artists and performers gather to show off their talent.
  • Pearl District - Located just north of Downtown Portland, this area is packed with port city charm and chic, stylish restaurants. Don't forget to stop at Oregon's oldest craft brewery, the Bridgeport Brewing Company!
  • Hawthorne - The centre of Portland's food culture, Hawthorne hosts a wide variety of vegan dining options as well as dozens of unique food carts offering everything from bagels to Korean barbeque.

Where are hotels located in Portland?

Most of Portland's hotels are located downtown near the harbour. This offers easy access to all of Portland's major attractions, including the Portland Japanese Garden, the Portland Art Museum, and Pioneer Courthouse Square, the city's main centre of activity.

How much do hotels in Portland cost?

Most standard hotels in Portland cost $75-$125 USD per night, while luxury hotels like The Heathman Hotel or The Nines can run up to $250 USD per night in peak season.

Are there any unique boutique hotels in Portland?

Yes! Portland is home to a huge variety of unique and quirky hotels! A former elementary school, McMenamins Kennedy School has been repurposed in true Portland fashion, with a unique vintage vibe and cool amenities like a saltwater pool and auditorium cinema. For a more modern experience, check out Mcmenamins Crystal, a quirky music-themed hotel with rooms designed around artists like Blondie and The Flaming Lips, who performed at the Ballroom across the street!

Are there any luxury hotels in Portland?

There are a few luxury hotels in downtown Portland, all located in historic buildings. For a quirky, modern experience check out The Sentinel, which was designed to inspire creativity in its artistic, musical, and entrepreneurial guests. Those who tend toward classic, elegant design should check out The Nines instead.

Which Portland hotels are suitable for families?

The Residence Inn Downtown RiverPlace is a great option for families - it's budget and pet-friendly, offers family suites with a kitchenette, and has a great pool. As an added bonus, it's only steps away from Waterfront Park! For something closer to downtown, check out the Embassy Suites Portland Downtown, which has a kid-friendly pool with 2 hot tubs, good-sized rooms, and is within walking distance of the Saturday Market.

How do I book a cheap hotel in Portland?

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What are travelers saying about Portland?

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Viri Leal
Viri Leal

Great food, people is nice to each other, very green and great to walk and eat.

A Duval
A Duval

Our daughter was just about 2 at the time of this visit. We visited the Children’s Museum and the Oregon zoo. Also, this was early December.. and we are from Hawaii. Soo it tells you how beautiful Oregon actually is!

Bernadette  Johnson
Bernadette Johnson

Absolutely love Portland, canon beach and the Columbia River gorge area. Can’t wait to go back! Waterfalls, hiking, wineries, seafood. What’s not to love?

Scott  Tsai
Scott Tsai

First time here and had the best two days ever! Started off to seaside ecola states park then cannon beach on day 1 and downtown Portland on day 2!


The least expensive month is October, with an average of C$131 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Portland is August, with an average price of C$287 per night.
The average price of a hotel in February last year was C$214 per night. This is the same as the average nightly price seen over the previous 12 months.
In Portland, the expected average temperature in February is 6.3°C/43.3°F. The warmest month is typically July, which averages 29.0°C/84.2°F. The coolest month is February, with temperatures averaging 0.9°C/33.6°F.
The nearest airport to Portland is Portland (PDX) (9.66km). Other nearby airports include: Salem (72.84km)

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