"Easy access to PDX airport and Portland"
I would give this hotel a solid 3.5 stars (out of 5) rating. There are pros & cons to staying here, as there usually are for hotels away from the middle of the city. So they are:
• Free breakfast (typically scrambled eggs, sausages, and very thin/small pancakes, oatmeal, cold cereal, and continental style breakfast pastries)
• Free parking (plenty of spaces including street parking)
• Proximity to Portland (about 15 minutes drive into the heart of Portland with close freeway access).
• Coffee/Tea (there's a hot coffee, tea, hot water station available to you in the lobby)
• Comfortability (the bed we slept on in room 130 was NOT comfortable at all! It is dipped in on one side and it felt like I was sleeping in a hammock)
• Noise (this is important to me because along with comfortability, the noise level from neighboring rooms impacts the amount of sleep you get. But every morning, I could hear our neighbors talking! Either the walls or thin or they love to talk really loudly. Also, the AC/heat unit made lots of noise while on)
• Room amenities (while not high on the list of priorities for people trying to budget while traveling, the amenities in the actual room, such as shampoo & conditioner & soap, clothes hangers in closet, blow dryer are all very low quality. I am used to having lotion provided and there was none. Again, I understand this may or may not deter you, but you can definitely feel like you're staying at the budget friendly Residence Inn and not th
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