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Ace Hotel Portland is one of the most unconventionally designed hotels you will ever come across. The interiors of the hotel remind you of an art gallery and cafe with the walls painted in pop art and animal shapes like cats, dogs and deer by the likes of Evan B Harris and Brent Wick. Private rooms as well as shared rooms are available. The hotel has a happening and youthful look about it, but is located in a charming 1912 building, creating a fascinating contrast. They also have a restaurant, cafe and bar within the hotel premises.
Located near the Willamette River, Jupiter Hotel offers comfy rooms close to the restaurants and shopping stores of downtown. The boutique hotel dates back to the mid-20th Century which opened as a small motel in the 60s. Updated to meet the needs of the modern traveler, the hotel today has a youthful feel, with a funky design scheme and smart decor choices. Rooms are well equipped with the necessary amenities to make your stay very comfortable. Chalkboards on the doors, platform beds and the Doug Fir Restaurant, which is one of the most popular destinations for musical concerts in the area, add to the unique charm of the hotel.
Located in close proximity to the city's many attractions, Shilo Inn Rose Garden is a cozy place to stay. Attractions like the Portland Children's Museum, Multnomah Falls, Oregon Zoo and Downtown Portland are located quite close to the hotel. Their comfortable suites are a haven for travelers. Families traveling with kids can take advantage of their policy wherein kids below the 18 years can stay free with their parents. You can also get along your canine friend for a small charge. Though there are no restaurants on-site, you will find plenty of options nearby.
Everett Street Guesthouse gives you a pleasant stay experience in its 1907 structure. The guesthouse features two rooms and one studio and is well-facilitated with modern amenities to make you feel at home. Plonk yourself on the cozy bed and watch your favorite movie on the flat-screen television that is offered in both the rooms. The cottage studio features elegant furnishings and also has a patio garden to enjoy your evening tea with long conversations with your loved ones. Besides, the studio is facilitated with a kitchenette, washer and dryer, iPod and Cd player and a DVD library that takes care of your recreation. Everett Street Guesthouse impresses you with its excellent services and gives you an unforgettable experience to take back home.
Well-known locally for architectural preservation and the hand-painted decoration at their various pubs, the McMenamin brothers converted an abandoned country farm into McMenamins Edgefield, a charming lodge in 1990. Just outside Portland city limits, the grounds of McMenamins Edgefield include a brewery, a winery, several restaurants, a movie theater, and a golf course. With a spa, a heated pool and several dining establishments on site, McMenamins Edgefieldis a convenient place to relax and unwind.