Housed in a gorgeous theater dating back to the 1920s. Enjoy some typical McMenamin's grub & grog while watching a movie or take a seat in the laid-back pub. Way better than a multiplex.
The coolest hotel I've ever stayed at. The room interiors are fashionable and cozy with great amenities like wifi, and across the way is a great restaurant and bar. All at reasonable rates. Will definitely stay here again.
If I weren't so anti-commute, I'd try and move into this spectacular Dundee B&B, which despite being a cork's pop from town, manages to feel like another world, and like something out of a Nicolas Sparks book. The lush grounds are incredible, the interiors are opulent, and it's only a quick jaunt up to Winderlea, Erath and Torii Mor.
Adorned with Jim Morrison memorabilia, the Morrison Hotel sits amid rough & tumble bars and fits in nicely. Sit tight for a stiff pour & enjoy the show.
1022 SW Stark St, Portland
The very first Ace Hotel, this boutique hotel is quite unique and cool and definitely worth a visit... or a stay.
525 Sw Morrison, Portland
The undisputed Grande Dame of Portland luxury accommodations, this luxurious hotel caps Macy’s in the center of downtown, and has two diverse restaurants—Urban Farmer (great happy…
518 Ne Holladay St, Portland
In ShortFounded in 1974 in the Pacific Northwest, Shilo Inn has since opened locations throughout the western United States. In-room amenities include free high-speed Internet…
2025 NW Northrup St, Portland
This funky, kaleidoscopic Alphabet District hotel is literally in the backyard of one of Portland’s most legendary special occasion dining spots (Paley’s Place) and steps from…
719 SE Morrison, Portland
Yummy mac-n-cheese. A great selection of beers to choose from. Pinball, pool and sports. A comfortable and laid back place to hang out.
1457 Ne Orenco Station Pkwy, Hillsboro
Hotel on the Max line offers flat screen TVs, Bose systems, free long-distance calls, business center, pool and tennis courts.
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…
Bagdad Theatre & Pub. Great neighborhood anchor for movie, casual dining, and pub faring needs. Thanks Brian n Mike McMenamin. … read more
Bagdad Theatre & Pub. $3 buck tickets, and Tuesdays are only $2 with kids $1! A great place to sit back with a slice of pizza and a glass of Black Rabbit Red and enjoy a movie with or without the kids. After the movie go for a walk and enjoy the shops on Hawthorne. An entertaining afternoon or evening.… read more
The Heathman Hotel. This historic hotel is so charming in so many ways. The service is Old School gracious, friendly and helpful from the minute you pull up to the curb. Rooms are comfortable, even if the bathrooms in some tend to be on the smaller side, keeping one foot in the past. Yet, the in-room amenities such as French press coffee, the free WiFi and much-appreciated slippers, are thoroughly modern. The location, just a couple of blocks from the heart of downtown, is terrific, too. If you do stay, don't miss the early evening wine tasting in the hotel's super cool library. For more than 30 years, authors who stay here have made it a tradition to leave a signed book. It's possible to borrow books if you're a guest. Browsing the shelves is like devouring a delicious list of Who's Who in American literature and Pop Culture. Instead of watching TV at the end of the evening, my husband read Calvin Trillin's witty poems about the 2012 election from the book Dog Fight aloud. What a treat! And speaking of treats, if you're a fan of afternoon tea, there's a lovely one served in the handsomely decorated lounge. (Pictured here.)… read more