Located in Tigard (South Portland), Extended Stay America Portland - Tigard is minutes from George Fox University Portland Center and Portland Temple Visitors' Center. This hotel is within close proximity of Live Laugh Love Glass and Broadway Rose Theater Company.
Make yourself at home in one of the 137 air-conditioned rooms featuring kitchens with full-sized refrigerators/freezers and stovetops. 32-inch flat-screen televisions with cable programming provide entertainment, while complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected. Conveniences include desks and microwaves, as well as phones with free local calls.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Make use of convenient amenities, which include complimentary wireless Internet access and barbecue grills.
A complimentary continental breakfast is served daily.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk, luggage storage, and laundry facilities. Free self parking is available onsite.
My stay at this hotel was enjoyable. It's location is easy to get to, and also in a good location to visit local attractions. The room was clean and I loved the recliner chair. The front desk was very helpful.
Location is great, and quiet. Rooms are clean, and pleasant, and the mini kitchen comes in handy. Staff is very pleasant & helpful - I will definitely be staying here again.
I stayed at the Homestead Suite in Tigard. It was everything I expected and in a great location. When I go back to Portland I plan to stay there again.
Very out dated rooms, the bedding was dirty and worn, there were patches in the blankets. Unfortunately we arrived late after the office closed so we had our friends check us in and get the keys. If I could have I would have gone somewhere else, but it was past midnight already.
What a fantastic find! This gem is distant from the freeway despite easy, direct access. It's nestled amongst giant redwood trees and looks more like a setting within a National Park. The room was well-appointed, the bed was comfortable, and the rate was bargan!!!
Wife and I were passing through Tigard, OR and found this place online. The price was the least expensive that we found and we, accordingly, had fairly low expectations. \nTo our surprise, the room with kitchenette was stocked with what we needed (plates, cups, flatware, cooking utensils, etc) and was in good condition. The only small downside was that there was no oven; just two burners. \nThe room was fairly spacious and clean. \nThe inn is located off of I-5, but not so close you could hear it. It's tucked back in a business complex, which obviously wasn't open on the weekend. There was little to no traffic. \nIt's conveniently located near 217 (Beaverton/Tigard Hwy) but again, not so close you can hear the traffic. \nThere are a couple of stores located close as well. \nOverall, a good place to 'hang out' for a while. \n
We arrived around 1:30am (office closed at 11pm). I called earlier to let the hotel know we would be late and was told that was no problem, and to just use the emergency phone and the night person would check us in. When the night person handed me the keys, she told me to just check first because there might be someone in the room already. I asked her to call since I didn't want to wake anyone up in the middle of the night, so she ended up going down to the room and there was someone using the room. We went back to the office and she gave us another room which smelled like an ashtray (we had requested non-smoking) and said she couldn't give us a key because she couldn't issue keys....the office people would have to do that in the mornning. When I commented about the cigarette smoke in the non-smoking room, she said she knew and went back to the office to see if she had any more rooms. She found one more room (that I think was reserved for someone else) that was fine. I had a difficult time sleeping wondering if anyone else would be given keys to our room during the night. I don't blame the night person really. Everything should have been left ready for her. However, she didn't know the answer to any of my questions (like how much was internet access and the password, etc.). The rest of our short stay was fine. So, if you use the place, just don't check in after the office has closed!
This hotel might be fine for extended stay, but not families. The lobby closes after 11:00, and we were given the wrong room. The cleaning lady couldn't help us. She did find blankets so our kids could sleep on the floor, but no pillows. We got the right room the next day, but it took an argument with the management. No one apologized for their mistake. We won't stay there again.
We've stayed here annually for about 6 years. Just off the I-5, but nice quiet neighborhood. Since Homestead acquired by Extended Stay, facility not kept up as well and fewer staff around. e.g. worn carpet, no coffee pot in our room, porch needs swept. Still OK. You can walk in area for exercise. will go back.