Nestled in the heart of downtown Portland, Oregon, this elegant all-suite hotel offers exceptional levels of convenience and service. Built in 1912, the building combines original architecture and features with modern comfort, and is only two blocks from the city’s Max Light Railway System Remain productive during your stay at the Embassy Suites Portland - Downtown hotel with the 24-hour BusinessLink™ Business Center and high-speed internet access. Your two-room suite gives you the space to work or relax while the microwave and refrigerator offer the comforts of home. Start your day in style with a complimentary cooked-to-order breakfast, then unwind with a drink in the evening at the complimentary Manager’s Reception*. The hotel’s Portland Prime restaurant is a popular downtown Portland dining venue, serving fresh cuisine from local sources with evening jazz entertainment Wednesday through Saturday *Service of alcohol subject to state and local laws. Must be of legal drinking age
Lack of cost effective or variety menu selections in steakhouse
The hotel is nice and in a good location
I only gave this place three stars because the windows are only single pain which made our room very noisy. Lots of street noise and loud music from the club down the street. We went there to hang out down town but would also appreciate a good night sleep. Also the rate on kayak was the same as I could get just booking direct with the hotel.
I had a good experience.
Location was great. Parking Garage right across the street. The staff is the best in all departments. Room Service is outstanding and the Food delivered perfect.
The beds were too hard and I woke up with a back ache both mornings. There is only one door between adjoining rooms and you can hear every thing that is said. Which also made us whisper. High school choir were in town and ran up and down hall way knocking on doors . Possibly they could place kids on one floor or wing as not to disturb your other customers.
The air conditioning was very noisy, and we had to turn it off which made the room uncomfortable.
Clean and comfortable, got upgraded to a nice suite. Building architecture was beautiful.
Parking in the garage was convenient, but we weren't told upon leaving that we still needed our room key to get out. We had to back up and run back into the hotel get abd get a key to leave. Not a huge deal, just wish they would have told us upon checking out.
that wifi wasn't complimentary, that the shower head wasn't secure and would droop down on its own. no bath tub
Great room, clean and nicely setup. Location great for walking around the area
Very noisy area at night, people partying and yelling in the street below until 2 am.
The breakfast and the pool
I didnt like the price
The room was clean, loved the soap, TV's were great, breakfast was very good and all the staff were very friendly and professional!
The snacks at the evening Happy Hour could have been a little more substantial.
Location was perfect, being close to everything. I could walk almost everywhere and taking the light rail was easy. The 2 bedroom suite was spacious and clean, with large windows letting light in. The included breakfast was nice and had a lot of choice, compared to other hotels I've been to. It included the common toast and cereals, but also had a hot breakfast with eggs, bacon, sausages, potatoes and moreover there was a make your own omelette stand with a chef preparing what you ordered in front of you.
Elevators are small and having a stroller made it more difficult to get to our room. The Kitchenette is not really a kitchenette, just a little counter space with a small sink, a coffee maker with not enough coffee for more than 2 people, a small fridge and an outdated microwave. I woke up in the middle of the night clearly hearing the conversation of the next door neighbour, so not soundproof.
ES provides a small but adequate workout facility. During the morning and evening hours they provide a terrific breakfast and social hour.
My room was small and my overlooked the hotel's exterior ventilation system.
Fantastic location in the heart of old town Portland. Two blocks from fantastic public transit system, excellent waterfront park/greenway and the Saturday Market. Hotel has a large and impressive, art-deco (or earlier?) style lobby... and the rooms are furnished in a similar style. Think 1920's.
For a 'suite' hotel, the kitchenette amenities were lacking. There is a mini-fridge, microwave and two-cup coffee maker... which are all great, except there are no dishes, no cups (just paper cups for coffee), no utensils and no toaster. Plates and utensils were brought up to the room upon request, but after deliberately seeking out a 'suite' style hotel with a kitchenette (they are hard to find in Portland), this was disappointing. Also, we were given a room around the corner and behind the elevators. I'd read in other reviews that this could be noisy, so I was a little concerned upon check-in. Ultimately, this didn't bother me too much as I'm from a busy city and used to sleeping with some noise - but be forewarned that if you get one of these rooms anywhere near the elevators, they are noisy and almost sound like a subway car passing along the tracks. Not jarring or rattling sounds, but still a hard-to-miss rolling, whooshing sound every time an elevator car goes up or down past your floor.