|"Fab hotel with great decor and comfort."||(in 31 reviews)|
|""Friendly and helpful staff, great location.""||(in 63 reviews)|
|"Bed and pillows super comfortable!"||(in 17 reviews)|
|"Nothing like the other ace hotels."||(in 2 reviews)|
|"Parking was not free."||(in 7 reviews)|
|"The sink was a little unpractical"||(in 3 reviews)|
|great location||in 141 reviews|
|room was small||in 90 reviews|
|friendly staff||in 85 reviews|
|great hotel||in 62 reviews|
|coffee shop||in 49 reviews|
|bed was comfortable||in 38 reviews|
|great restaurant||in 35 reviews|
|cool vibe||in 26 reviews|
|great bar||in 22 reviews|
|old building||in 19 reviews|
|lot for parking||in 18 reviews|
|next door||in 16 reviews|
|downtown portland||in 15 reviews|
|sink in the bathroom||in 15 reviews|
|thoughtful touches||in 10 reviews|
|one night||in 7 reviews|
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|record player||in 5 reviews|
|thin walls||in 5 reviews|
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Love everything about it, especially the tub/shower and the comfortable bed.
It was a bit loud, especially every morning.
Just west of the Willamette River, in the middle of some of Portland, Oregon’s best known landmarks, Ace Hotel Portland is a gorgeous place to serve as a home base while touring all that Portland has to offer.
Offering queen and king sized beds in rooms decorated with individual murals from local artists and Ace friends, comfort and style are the standard at this hotel. Amenities feature pet friendly rooms, room service, free Wi-Fi, down pillows, organic towels, organic cotton bedding, fully-stocked mini bars, the best bathrobes by wings+horns, “really comfy” hypoallergenic mattresses, and locally made and vintage furniture.
Onsite, guests can enjoy inspired, seasonal fare and an awarding-winning bar at Clyde Common, just off the lobby, sip drinks at the 36-seat, 16-foot zinc bar in the basement at Pepe Le Moko, enjoy a local, organic, European-style breakfast at Breakfast 215. Nearby, visitors can find iconic places to visit such as Voodoo Doughnut, Deschutes Brewery, Portland Art Museum, the Oregon Zoo, Providence Park, and Lan Su Chinese Garden.
For guests needing a one-of-a-kind venue for meetings, weddings, or social events, The Cleaners at Ace Hotel Portland has 1,200 square feet of flexible event space offers 18-foot ceilings, 15-foot windows, restored fir floors, gallery track lighting, a high quality AV system with plug-ins, an HD projector, Wi-Fi, and wrap-around window seats. Catering from Clyde Common is available and the hotel has a curated list of trusted local vendors for everything from florists to decorators.
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Policies vary by room type and provider.
If you are interested in staying in a room that is both spacious and stylish, make a reservation for a 500 sq ft Superior Deluxe Corner Room, as they can fit up to four people, contain comfortable wrap around couches, and have large clawfoot tubs. For a room that is particularly comfortable, opt for the Superior Deluxe Back, which can also sleep up to four people and contains a separate living area, a double sleeper sofa, and chic hardwood floors.
When staying at the Ace Hotel - Portland, you will find that one of the easiest ways to explore the city and visit its attractions is to use public transportation. Fortunately, the hotel is located near several transport stops, including the Mark Spencer Hotel bus station that is a 2m walk away and services the Downtown Express line. The NW 10th & Couch light rail station can be reached by foot in 4m, and it services the A Loop and the NS line. Tickets for both the bus and light rail cost $2.50 each, while an all-day pass can be purchased for $5.
For a homemade pastry or sweet treat, head to Heart Coffee, a cozy cafe that is only a 3m walk from the Ace Hotel - Portland. If you enjoy seafood, Jake's Famous Crawfish is a 4m walk from the hotel and is known for its happy hour specials and late-night food. El Gaucho Portland is a fancy steakhouse that has its own cigar bar, and it can be reached on foot in just under 5m.
When your flight lands at Portland International Airport, there are several ways for you to then travel to the Ace Hotel - Portland. If you would prefer to go as quickly and easily as possible, either rent your own car or grab a local taxi. The drive generally lasts between 25 to 30m, and a one-way Uber fare will cost you around $25. If you are traveling on a budget, it is also possible to use public transportation. When taking the Downtown Express bus, the trip will last you between 55m to 1h, and the total fare will from the airport will cost approximately $14 per person.
For guests that are interested in seeing a concert or performance during their stay at the Ace Hotel - Portland, head to the McMenamins Crystal Ballroom, a venue that is just down the street from the hotel and known for its house-brewed beer. To visit a museum during your trip, consider going to the Oregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education, which is a 7m walk from the hotel and known for its interesting rotating exhibits, guided tours, and periodic lectures by prominent historians. (Prices checked 26/06/19).
Ace Hotel - Portland is located at 1022 Southwest Stark Street in Downtown, 0.4 km from the centre of Portland. Powell's City of Books is the closest landmark to Ace Hotel - Portland.
Check-in time is 16:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at Ace Hotel - Portland.
Yes, Ace Hotel - Portland offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Ace Hotel - Portland does not offer free parking.
No, Ace Hotel - Portland does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Ace Hotel - Portland is 10.1 km from Portland.
No, Ace Hotel - Portland does not have a pool on-site.