Found the Hotel Modera over the web and made a reservation to stay there. I spent 4 nights and found it to be an excellent place. According to friends in Portland it used to be a Days Inn (or something like that) but has been redone as a boutique hotel. The decor is nice, the staff is very friendly, I had breakfast one morning in the restaurant and it was good too. Though I didn't use it, the outdoors bar seemed nice. The room, a legacy of its past life, wasn't very large but was quite good. A fitness center a block away is available for free use by hotel guests.
The location is also excellent, next to Portland State Univ., and within walking distance of the Art Museum, Historical Society, many good restaurants, and the riverfront. I enjoyed the stay very much.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The rooms are indulged with the softest linen, down blankets and a luxurious pillow top mattress. Our desk includes outlets that are easily accessible with a comfortable leather desk chair. Tarocco bath products are formulated with Sicilian Red Oranges. Amenities include high-speed wireless internet, complimentary passes to 24 Hour Fitness, iPod docking stereo, 46" LCD TVs with HD premium channels, a mini refrigerator, minibar, and an in-room safe big enough to accommodate a full size laptop. A daily Amenity Fee will be collected at the property. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Modera Hotel Portland