$109 - $203
|CHEAPEST NEIGHBORHOOD IN PORTLAND||Southeast Portland||24% cheaper||Hotels in Southeast Portland are the cheapest in Portland at just $109 per night on average|
|MOST EXPENSIVE NEIGHBORHOOD IN PORTLAND||Downtown||29% more expensive||Downtown has the highest priced hotels in Portland with rooms averaging $203 per night|
|MOST POPULAR NEIGHBORHOOD IN PORTLAND||Downtown||65% more users visited||More momondo users search for hotels in Downtown than any other neighborhood in Portland|
Below are the 11 user recommended hotels in the area of Portland that is closest to Moda Center. The average price near Moda Center is $152/night, with prices varying based on several factors including time of year. Hotels near Moda Center are typically 5% more expensive than the average hotel in Portland, which is $144.
|Low Season||January||cheapest month to stay|
|High Season||December||most expensive time to stay|
|49%||expected price decrease|
|40%||expected price increase|
$91 - $294
|Highest day of week||Friday||is the most expensive day of the week to book|
|Cheapest day of week||Monday||is the cheapest day of the week to book|
|$174||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
|$133||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
|Cheapest time to book||The cheapest time to book hotels in Portland is: 1-2 star, on the same day that your stay begins. 3 star, on the same day that your stay begins. 4-5 star, 24 days before.|
$93 - $117
$158 - $177
$203 - $222
With a host of outdoor activities that Portland offers, the warmer months from June – August make for a better time to visit this beautiful city in the Pacific Northwest. This is also the peak tourist season, so book your accommodation in advance. If you are looking for some bargain prices, then winter is a good time to consider a trip to Portland. However, average temperatures hover around 40 – 45 degrees Fahrenheit, rain showers are frequent, and many sites and attractions have shorter hours of operation. The shoulder months from September – November and March – May are not warm enough to do justice to the beautiful outdoors, but hotel prices are cheaper than in the summer.
The downtown area of Portland is compact and can be easily covered on foot. The TriMet operated buses and MAX light rail provide excellent connectivity and service all over the city. Tickets and passes are available in 2.5-hour increments for $2.50 USD and a Day Pass at $5.00 USD allows unlimited travel on the MAX light rail, TriMet buses and Portland Streetcar. Streetcars run through Downtown Portland and from Northwest Portland to the Southwest Waterfront. However, streetcars do not have special lanes and can sometimes be delayed due to the road traffic conditions. Taxis are easily available and fares start at $2.50 USD with every added mile charged at $3.00 USD. Ride-shares such as Uber and Lyft also operate in the city. Portland has over 300 miles of bike trails and has been consistently named one of the most bike-friendly cities in the US. Its bike-share program called Biketown allows single rides up to 30 minutes at $2.50 USD per trip while a Day Pass costs $12.00 USD and allows unlimited trips with a total ride time of 180 minutes.
Shilo Inn Suites Hotel - Portland Airport
11707 Northeast Airport Way, Portland, OR, United States
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Hip, friendly and laid-back Portland, Oregon’s largest city, has diverse cultural offerings and an equally diverse set of nicknames. Whether you call it the City of Roses, Rip City, Stumptown, PDX, Bridge City or Beervana, Portland is a destination for all things artistic and alternative. Choose a neighborhood and the type of accommodation based on your interests and itinerary.
A lively and thriving cultural center, Downtown Portland offers upscale restaurants and shopping, dozens of museums and galleries, and bustling craft stalls. Enjoy a stay at The Benson Hotel, an opulent, historic hotel which has played host to every sitting US President since its inception. Or opt for modern amenities and a contemporary stay at Hotel Lucia in the heart of downtown.
Nob Hill and North Portland
One of the most fashionable neighborhoods of Portland, Nob Hill has plenty of sophisticated boutiques, cafés, wine bars, and elegant Victorian homes on tree-lined streets. For a comfortable stay with modern amenities, book the Holiday Inn Express & Suites Portland NW Downtown. Or enjoy a unique stay steps away from world-class restaurants and boutiques at The Inn at Northrup Station.
Chinatown and Pearl District
Chinatown is an energetic neighborhood teeming with Chinese grocery stores and restaurants while the hip Pearl District is the hub of Portland nightlife. Stay at the charming riverfront property of Hotel Vintage Portland or enjoy the hipster ambience of Ace Hotel Portland which puts you within one block of Powell’s City of Books, the world’s largest used and new books store.
A maze of inexpensive restaurants, unique boutiques, music stores, and antique emporiums showcases Portland’s diversity and alternate vibe in the East Portland neighborhood. Check out the Marriott property Residence Inn Portland Airport at Cascade Station or the Hampton Inn Portland East.
Rose Quarter / Lloyd District
Across the river from Chinatown and Pearl District, the Lloyd District plays host to big concerts and sporting events, and is also home to large department stores and retail chains. Hotel Eastlund is a great choice if you fancy a hip, glamorous, yet cozy vibe, and a convenient location close to the Oregon Convention Center and Lloyd Center shopping.
Apart from the traditional hotel offerings, Portland is loaded with a host of creative, hip, historic, and alternative accommodation within a reasonable budget. Check out A Painted Lady Bed and Breakfast Inn for comfortable accommodation in Northeast Portland or the HI Portland Hawthorne Hostel in East Portland. You might also want to look at the small, historic property of The Camas Hotel minutes away from Downtown Portland. You also have The Society Hotel in Old Town Chinatown for boutique-style accommodation at budget-friendly prices.
With an intent to be everything funky, alternative, creative, and non-conforming, the city’s unofficial motto is ‘Keep Portland Weird’. So whether you are looking to explore quirky shops and restaurants, or a wide variety of ethnic food and food carts, or the funky range of local brews, your trip to Portland promises to be an entertaining one.
Alberta Street is short but busy street, with plenty to appeal to both locals and tourists in Portland. It is the most interesting business cluster between 15th Avenue and 25th Avenue. Booking a hotel on this street will enable you to conveniently walk around and experience some of the city’s finest shops, food, and art galleries. McMenamins Kennedy School is one of the cheap hotels in Portland that is located on Alberta Street. If you book a room at McMenamins Kennedy School hotel, you will enjoy multiples bars, an outdoor pool, a movie theater, and many other great amenities. This unique hotel is located a short drive away from Portland Art Museum and Portland Japanese Garden, both popular tourist destinations. If you book a room at The Alberta Petite Hotel, you will enjoy spacious rooms in a hip bed and breakfast. Both free parking and free breakfast are provided, making it a budget-friendly option in Portland.
Many hotels in Portland offer family-friendly amenities and are ideal for families traveling with kids. When looking for kid-friendly hotels in Portland, you should consider booking those located near exciting destinations where you can take the kids and have some fun. Tiny Digs Hotel is an affordable kid-friendly hotel in Portland. Located on NE Glisan Street, this hotel has spacious rooms to accommodate your family. Booking a room at this hotel will put you a short distance from Portland Art Museum, where you can visit with the kids. The Hotel Zags Portland on SW Clay Street is another good option for those traveling with the kids. Located in downtown Portland, this hotel is close to several interesting boutiques, in addition to the Hoyt Arboretum, where you can take your family to enjoy an outdoor oasis in the city.
You can find several quiet and peaceful Portland hotels as you start to move further away from the city center. Travelers who want a hotel away from the noise and traffic of the city should consider booking one on Glisan Street, Harbor Way, or NE 16th Avenue. A Painted Lady Inn, located on NE 16th Avenue, is a good option for travelers who want to spend time in a quiet but well-decorated room. The hotel feature cozy rooms alongside a garden patio and porch. This hotel is also conveniently located close to Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI); those who are interested in science will enjoy visiting this museum, which has a number of science labs and a wide range of artifacts. Tiny Digs Hotel Portland, located on Glisan Street, and The Hotel Zags Portland on Harbor Way are other good options for travelers who want to stay in a more tranquil environment while visiting the city.
Downtown Portland and Southeast Portland are two of the best neighborhoods in the city where you can enjoy delicious meals. Southpark Seafood and Mother’s Bistro & Bar are some of the most popular restaurants among the locals in downtown Portland. At Southpark Seafood, you’ll enjoy a wide range of fresh seafood dishes, including salmon, tuna, and scampi. The restaurant’s delicious cuisine is complemented by the beautiful surrounding green spaces. At Mother’s Bistro & Bar, you will have access to an amazing selection of drinks in addition to delicious locally sourced meals. Tonari on Belmont Street and Alley Mezza on Division Street are some of the most popular restaurants among locals in southeast Portland.
When visiting Portland the average booking length is 2 nights.
On average, rooms will be priced around $161 per night when booking a hotel in Portland; however the price you pay for your room will vary significantly depending on seasonality, location and facilities.
The cheapest month to book a hotel in Portland is January. The cost of your room could be as much as 49% cheaper than peak months.
Room prices for hotels in Portland will be at their lowest on Sunday and peak on Thursday.
Per person, per night, a hostel in Portland (or a sub 2 star rated hotel) is priced at $115, on average. This price is $46 cheaper than your average Portland hotel.
When visiting Portland, people tend to book hotels in Downtown, Pearl District, Southeast Portland and Northwest District - Nob Hill.
With generally low rainfall expected (1.7″) and an average temperature of 64.4 °F, those staying at a hotel in Portland may want to take some time during their visit to go see popular landmarks in the area. Considering the weather during June, attractions worth visiting near Portland are Union Station, Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, and St. Johns Bridge.
The city of Portland has vacation rentals available as well as hotels if you’re looking for different accommodation options. At the moment, there are 39 vacation rentals in the city. We recommend booking Southeast Portland Retreat for your stay, which is the most popular rental in Portland. Search for deals on vacation rentals in Portland.
Yes, Portland hostels are available if you aren’t interested in staying at a traditional hotel. Howard Johnson by Wyndham Portland Airport is the most popular out of the 70 hostels in Portland. Search for deals on hostels in Portland.
Studio 6 Portland, OR
4911 Northeast 82nd Avenue, Portland, OR, United States
Hampton Inn Portland East
3039 Northeast 181st Avenue, Portland, OR, United States
New Portland Neighborhood Studio
Portland, OR, United States
Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Portland-Nw Downtown, An Ihg Hotel
2333 Northwest Vaughn Street, Portland, OR, United States
Comfort Inn Portland
8225 Northeast Wasco Street, Portland, OR, United States
University Place Hotel and Conference Center
310 Southwest Lincoln Street, Portland, OR, United States
Homewood Suites by Hilton Portland Airport
11936 Northeast Glenn Widing Drive, Portland, OR, United States
Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Portland - Jantzen Beach, An IHG Hotel
2300 North Hayden Island Drive, Portland, OR, United States
Moxy Portland Downtown
585 SW 10th Avenue, Portland, OR, United States
Portlander Inn And Marketplace
10350 North Vancouver Way, Portland, OR, United States
Motel 6 Portland North
1125 North Schmeer Rd, Portland, OR, United States
Hotel Vance, Portland, a Tribute Portfolio Hotel
1455 Southwest Broadway, Portland, OR, United States
SpringHill Suites by Marriott Portland Airport
11922 Northeast Airport Way, Portland, OR, United States
405 Northeast Columbia Boulevard, Portland, OR, United States
Best Western Plus Portland Airport Hotel & Suites
11938 Northeast Airport Way, Portland, OR, United States
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