Best Hotels, B&B's and Hostels in Portland

We list the best hotels, hostels, B&Bs and guesthouses in Portland as recommended by travel experts from CNN, Lonely Planet, Frommer’s, Fodor’s, New York Times and more. All hotel recommendations have been referenced with customer reviews and we only listed places that have at least a 4 out of 5-star customer review rating.
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  • 4.5 Sentinel Portland

    Hotel Sentinel, Portland

    New York Times

    “One of Portland’s oldest hotels, Sentinel is the newest incarnation of former Governor Hotel, the National Historic Landmark where Gus Van Sant filmed My Own Private Idaho.”

    Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Portland.

  • 4.5 Society Hotel Portland

    The Society Hotel, Portland

    Lonely Planet

    “This pretty hotel in the historic 1881 Mariners Building – originally a lodging house for sailors  has impeccable fashion sense. Options include dorms as well as private rooms. There’s a lively bar and rooftop deck, plus Wednesday wine tastings and drag bingo on Thursday. Some corner rooms have huge windows designed to catch sunlight.”

  • 4.3 Hotel Nines Portland

    Hotel The Nines, Portland

    Fodors

    “Located right in the center of downtown Portland and just steps from “Portland’s Living Room” Pioneer Courthouse Square, The Nines Hotel is an elegant, contemporary hotel located in the historic Meier and Frank Building.”

    Featured as Fodor’s Choice in Portland.

  • 4.5 Heathman Hotel Portland

    The Heathman Hotel, Portland

    Fodors

    “If you’re looking for a sophisticated travel experience in the City of Roses, look no further than The Heathman Hotel. Located in the heart of downtown Portland, this iconic hotel boasts an impressive art collection, eclectic decor, and a library that would put The Beast to shame.”

    Featured as Fodor’s Choice in Portland.

  • 4.3 Ace Hotel Portland

    Ace Hotel, Portland

    Fodors

    “Located in downtown Portland just a stone’s throw away from the famous Powell’s City of Books, the Ace Hotel is a hipster’s paradise. With a design aesthetic that perfectly blends modern and cozy, this hotel is a favorite with travelers looking for a unique and stylish hotel experience in the heart of the city.”

    Featured as Fodor’s Choice in Portland.

  • 4.7 Caravan Portland

    Caravan The Tiny House Hotel, Portland

    New York Times

    “Rent an entire tiny house — complete with kitchen, living space, bedroom and bath — at the Alberta Art District’s Caravan.”

    Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Portland.

  • 4.4 Kennedy School Portland

    Hotel McMenamins Kennedy School, Portland

    Frommers

    “This former elementary school (built in 1915) has been brought back to life as possibly the most unusual hotel in town. There’s colorful hand-painted art on the walls, a couch-filled movie-theater pub, a brewery, and a saltwater soaking pool outdoors, for starters. Choose from two restaurants, which continue the quirky decorating vibe with paintings and other artwork.”

    Featured as Frommer’s Exceptional Choice in Portland.

  • 4.6 Woodlark Portland

    Woodlark Hotel, Portland

    Lonely Planet

    “Stitching together two revived National Historic Register buildings, this new boutique hotel delivers sumptuous design with swanky amenities. Mid-century modern furnishings, tropical plants and elemental accents make up the opulent lobby, while forest green upholstered headboards and foliage-themed wallpaper feature throughout the 150 rooms.”

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Hotel Sentinel, Portland

Reccomended by:

New York Times, Frommers, Fodors, Telegraph

4.5
170 euro 151 gbp 210 usd 22260 jpy 163 cad 163 aud 1644 hkd 277 sgd 197 chf 1333 cny 1732 sek 1268 dkk 1635 nok

The Society Hotel, Portland

Reccomended by:

Lonely Planet, Fodors, Frommers

4.5
36 euro 32 gbp 45 usd 4770 jpy 35 cad 35 aud 352 hkd 59 sgd 42 chf 285 cny 371 sek 271 dkk 350 nok

Hotel The Nines, Portland

Reccomended by:

Fodors, Frommers, Telegraph

4.3
194 euro 172 gbp 240 usd 25440 jpy 187 cad 187 aud 1879 hkd 316 sgd 225 chf 1524 cny 1980 sek 1449 dkk 1869 nok

The Heathman Hotel, Portland

Reccomended by:

Fodors, Frommers, Telegraph

4.5
133 euro 118 gbp 165 usd 17490 jpy 128 cad 128 aud 1291 hkd 217 sgd 155 chf 1047 cny 1361 sek 996 dkk 1285 nok

Ace Hotel, Portland

Reccomended by:

Fodors, Lonely Planet

4.3
117 euro 104 gbp 145 usd 15370 jpy 113 cad 113 aud 1135 hkd 191 sgd 136 chf 920 cny 1196 sek 875 dkk 1129 nok

Caravan The Tiny House Hotel, Portland

Reccomended by:

New York Times, Telegraph

4.7
121 euro 108 gbp 150 usd 15900 jpy 117 cad 117 aud 1174 hkd 198 sgd 141 chf 952 cny 1237 sek 906 dkk 1168 nok

Hotel McMenamins Kennedy School, Portland

Reccomended by:

Frommers, Fodors

4.4
121 euro 108 gbp 150 usd 15900 jpy 117 cad 117 aud 1174 hkd 198 sgd 141 chf 952 cny 1237 sek 906 dkk 1168 nok

Woodlark Hotel, Portland

Reccomended by:

Lonely Planet

4.6
117 euro 104 gbp 145 usd 15370 jpy 113 cad 113 aud 1135 hkd 191 sgd 136 chf 920 cny 1196 sek 875 dkk 1129 nok

FAQ

What are the best neighborhoods to stay in Portland?
There is no doubt that Portland is one of the best city in the United States. It has all the sources which help people to live a high-quality lifestyle. However, as this a big city, it can be a little difficult for you to know where to stay in Portland. If you are feeling confused about this, then you have arrived at the best place. In this article, you will get to know about some best neighborhoods in Portland where you can enjoy a better lifestyle. Let’s jump right into this and explore them.

Top neighborhoods to stay in Portland

Pearl District
Pearl District has emerged as one of the best playgrounds for parks, hotels, shops and more. The area has gone through a lot of changes with time, but still, it shows the creative vibes. It is an ideal destination for those who want to experience a perfect stay in Portland. It houses Powell’s City of Books which is the cultural gateway of Pearl District. This is a paradise for book lovers.

Downtown Portland
For the first-time visitor, this can be a perfect place to stay. It is home to famous museums, galleries, locals, and markets. This central location is well connected with different areas across Portland. You can easily travel Pearl District and Hawthorne via public transport or on foot. If you love to try our different foods, then Downtown has a lot of things to offer. Here you can find a lot of street food stalls, food trucks, and hotels. Try out the delicious sandwiches to tacos. In free times, visit the Portland Art Museum. You will definitely enjoy your stay here.

Hawthorne
This neighborhood is located on the southeast side of Portland. With famous vintage shops, theatres, amazing eateries and all, this has become the trendiest neighborhood in Portland. It is the place where you can see Portland’s relaxed and cool side. If you have a limited budget, then you should choose Hawthorne. In Portland, you may not find many hostels, but Hawthorne has some budget-friendly hostels and apartments.

Central Eastside
This is a neighborhood where you can enjoy Portland’s day and nightlife. Famous for its unique coffee culture, it has a lot of bistros and cafes where you can try authentic Portland coffees. Starting from classic to flavored coffee, it has unlimited options for you. Apart from coffee, this is a great place where you can experience the excellent nightlife. Enjoy the night at pubs, clubs, and bars and hit the dancefloors. In other words, nightlife here is electric.

Nob Hill
Are you looking for a fashionable area in Portland? Then Nob Hill is the best for you. It has some famous attractions like tree-lined streets, cafes, Victorian houses, and more. It offers you a village-like environment making it perfect for families. The area is covered with forests, amazing landscapes, and parks.

So, if you are traveling to Portland, then check out these top neighborhoods to enjoy a perfect stay in Portland.

Also check out our guide about the best areas to stay in Portland.
What is the best budget hotel in Portland?
If you're looking for a cheap hotel in Portland, then book The Society Hotel. It's an excellent budget hotel offering great value for money. It's in a good location, it's been recommended by travel experts and the hotel has excellent customer reviews.
What is the best luxury hotel in Portland?
If money isn't a problem and you're looking for a luxury hotel in Portland, then go for Hotel The Nines. The hotel offers excellent service, it's in a top location, it has been rated very highly by previous guests and renowned travel critics have recommended it.
How much does it cost to stay in a Portland hotel?
If you're looking for a 3-star hotel in Portland then you'll have to pay around $190 per night. For a 4-star hotel you have to pay about $260 per night and if you're looking for a luxury 5-star Portland hotel that will cost your about $380 per night.
Which Portland hotel serves great breakfast?
If you're looking to start the day with a great breakfast, then try the Heathman Hotel. The hotel has excellent customer reviews for the breakfast they serve.
Which Portland hotel is the best for families?
If you're looking to visit Portland with your family, then try Caravan The Tiny House. The hotel has excellent recent reviews by families.
What are the best things to do in Portland?
Portland: Columbia River Gorge Waterfalls Morning Tour. Drive the scenic Columbia River Highway on a 3.5-hour tour to some of the beautiful waterfalls, and visit sites such as the Portland Women’s Forum, Crown Point Vista House, Latourell Falls, Multnomah Falls and Horse Tail Falls. Price: $65.

Oregon Coast Day Trip: Cannon Beach and Haystack Rock. Explore the stunning beaches and beautiful towns along Oregon’s northern coast on this full-day trip from Portland. Visit the charming towns of Manzanita and Cannon Beach—home of the famous Haystack Rock. Price: $100.

Bike Portland: Bridges, Doughnuts, Parks and Roses. Learn Portland's neighborhood secrets. Smell the roses, taste the doughnuts, ride across bridges, and along the river. This is the best way to experience the diversity of culture, art, poetry, nature, parks, and quadrants in Portland. Price: $45.

More things to do in Portland

About Portland

Known for coffee, hipster culture, and craft breweries, Portland is the largest city in Oregon State of the US. At a population of 653,115, Portland ranks 25th among the most populated cities in the US. The city holds the reputation of being the birthplace of James Beard, one of the top culinary masters of the country.

An environment-friendly culture

The city appears as a collection of many small towns with a particular focus on environmental friendliness. The large expanse of public parks and the community of bicyclists in the city keep the environment clean. Also, you could find that people prefer to walk in Portland, and the public transportation network is well-built.

A heaven of delicacies

The city of Portland showed rapid growth after 2000 and is known as the ‘City of Roses.’ The nickname is given to Portland because it is suitable for cultivating roses. However, you will find a lot of options to fill up your tummy while exploring Portland. First of all, you get the assurance of fresh ingredients with the mix of many innovative concepts applied by Portland chefs in their delicacies. Also, you can also find many fast-casual diners and food carts to appease your hunger.

Many cultures, one city!

The culture of Portland is quite accommodating of different characters and communities. As discussed before, Portland is made up of different small towns. Therefore, you are bound to find many unique cultures and communities living adjacent to each other. Furthermore, the city promotes an open-minded culture where you can witness many oddball happenings. For example, naked bike rides or an adult soap-box derby isn’t that uncommon in Portland!

We recommend that you read our guide about where to stay in Portland. It gives you an excellent overview of the most popular areas, highlighting the main attractions and hotel recommendations for each area. If you like our list of best hotels and hostels in Portland, then you should also check out our selection of recommended hotels in New Orleans or the best hotels in Seattle.