I started yet for business for three days. The hotel is cute and funky in the common areas but pretty staid in the rooms. The rooms are a bit small but nothing outrageous. The bathrooms are actually quite large.
We checked in late Thursday night and were hungry and ready to relax. Jim at the front desk offered us two drinks whether it be from our honor bar or the actual bar. We opted for the main bar as they were still serving food (amazing) they served pizza by the slice or whole…
If you are looking for a boutique hotel experience where the staff is friendly and professional, the location is prime, and the beds are cloud soft — this is the place.The rooms are not huge, but are right-sized and very comfortable. The decor has a great vibe and the artwork is…
Loved the location and the amenities for a mid-priced independent hotel in downtown Portland. The rooms were fine, the gym was a nice feature and staff was friendly without being over bearing. Lots of areas in the lobby to sit away from the doorway and talk, read, etc.
If you’ve spent any time in Portland or read travel magazines and dreamt of visiting, you hopefully have a sense of how dedicated to craft the people of this city are... whether brewing, distilling, cooking, creating or hoteling, Portland is serving up and creating exquisitely…
"Choose one off the street--was noisy in the middle of the night with people having a little too much fun in the middle of the night."
"Upper floor rooms with SW Boardway view are the best...."
"Stay away from Stark Street!"
"We were in room 407 which faces the street. It did get a bit noisy at times, but not bad."
"Mention comfy beds!"