This historic property is no ordinary institution of learning—the former classrooms have comfy queen beds and private bathrooms as well as chalkboards, the auditorium is a second run movie theater, and the detention room is strictly for drinking beer and smoking cigars.
1710 NE Multnomah St, Portland
In ShortEstablished for travelers staying for more than a few days, this all-suite hotel offers home-like amenities. Generously sized studios and one- and two-bedroom suites have…
1828 NE Siskiyou St, Portland
Willie is absolutely amazing, I can tell she loves running her B&B. She made us feel very welcome, and we enjoyed chatting with her and imagining what the backyard looks like in…
2022 NE 15th Ave, Portland
This B&B is a foodie's dream! Jonathan and Suzanne make, by far, the most amazing breakfast we've ever had. They use local, fresh, organic, seasonal ingredients in innovative,…
836 N Russell St, Portland
Once a brothel, the rooms above this historic building-turned-rock club have been turned into an inexpensive hotel.
2321 NE 28th Ave, Portland
In ShortThis friendly bed-and-breakfast welcomes all, from families and honeymooners to business folk. The antique-filled common rooms are both elegant and comfortable. For a…
2331 NE Knott St, Portland
The SceneThe Irvington neighborhood is coveted by both locals and visitors for its historic setting not too far from the sites of the city, and this refurbished 1910 house makes…
1810 NE 15th Ave, Portland
On our 31st anniversary weekend first-time stay, we felt the house was over-decorated to the point of being cluttered. We prefer decor that is simple and elegant, but found the…
1914 NE 22ND Ave, Portland
I am a neighbor of Portland's White House. The owner (a 50 something grown man) called me a bitch without any provocation, because I refused to move my parked car from the public…
1927 NE 16TH Ave, Portland
We loved this place, and granted they're not very slick on the phone, but once you get into the rooms prepare to be impressed.
McMenamins Kennedy School. Wipe away even the most traumatic of dyslexia- and ADHD-riddled childhoods and make new memories of school at McMenamins Kennedy School. Drink beer in detention, have a passionate night in one of the classrooms, and goof off in the auditorium with a cheap movie.… read more
McMenamins Kennedy School. The movie theater is a fantastic find. Couches fill the theater and hits fill the screen for $3! The soft pretzels, pizza and hot dogs rule as the best movie munches! Beer, wine, juice & soft quench your thirst. Great in theater service. Check schedules for mommy & me matinees and scheduling. … read more
McMenamins Kennedy School. This historic property is no ordinary institution of learning—the former classrooms have comfy queen beds and private bathrooms as well as chalkboards, the auditorium is a second run movie theater, and the detention room is strictly for drinking beer and smoking cigars.… read more