Hotels in Portland, Oregon
The Benson, a Coast Hotel, Portland
Elegant, historic building w/ antiques
The Benson Hotel has been a landmark in downtown Portland since 1913. The elegant building's decor is luxurious, with period-specific furniture and gleaming wood accents. A lobby lounge offers a comfortable place to relax by the fireplace. Deluxe bedding in each room offers a great night's sleep.
Portland Hotel Deals
With so many things to do in Oregon's largest city, Portland is a great place for your next adventure. Stroll through the International Rose Test Garden, attend the Oregon Brewer's Festival, picnic in Forest Park, drink your way down Distillery Row or find your zen at the Portland Japanese Garden. Find pet friendly hotels in Portland and deals on hotels near PDX all in one convenient location.
Shilo Inn Suites Hotel - Portland Airport
- Indoor pool, a spa tub, and a sauna
- Refrigerators and microwaves in room
- Restaurant, lounge and room service
Red Lion Hotel Portland Airport, Portland
- Comfortable bedding, cable TV
- Restaurant, bar and outdoor pool
- Close to airport with free shuttle
Things to see in Portland
Portland is not only the largest city in Oregon, but also a hub of major cultural and culinary activity. Some of the best Portland hotels can be found on Dunhill Travel Deals, where you can book a room with mountain views just as easily as one right by the airport.
The city may be low key, but dive deep and you’ll discover what makes The City of Roses so brilliant in every way. There’s the magnificent Lan Su Chinese Garden, inspired by the Ming Dynasty and immaculately arranged around a placid lake. About 15 minutes away is the renowned International Rose Test Garden, a botanical delight featuring more than 7,000 rose plants. You’ll find several cheap hotels in Portland right by the garden—an ideal choice for flower enthusiasts.
The city is also home to the Portland Art Museum, which is the oldest art museum on the West Coast. Many excellent Portland hotels are just blocks from the museum, which also puts you in proximity to Pioneer Courthouse Square. This enormous public space is known for its extensive shopping, restaurants, and events.
Of course, no visit to this city is complete without a walk through the bustling Portland Farmers Market. This non-profit organization operates seven markets throughout the Portland area, all of which brim with edibles and wares from local vendors. If you’re a foodie, this is a must. And you can easily find cheap hotels in Portland right around the corner from each market.
Portland is considered one of the best food cities in America for a reason. It’s home to hundreds of restaurants that take visitors on veritable culinary journeys. Try the iconic 24/7 Voodoo Doughnut shop, the Swedish cuisine at Broder, and the hearty pies and biscuits at Pine State Biscuits. If you’re a food junkie, look for Portland hotel deals downtown—you’ll be within walking distance of almost every must-eat establishment in the city.
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