"Good for the $$"
My family and I stayed for a full week at Extended Stay- Beaverton. We are well traveled and it was our first time traveling with both our children, ages 3 and 8 months. Our room had one King sized bed, a sleeper sofa, coffee table, small eat in kitchen with two stove burners, sink, full-sized fridge and microwave.
The king bed was comfortable but the sleeper sofa's mattress was super thin, so you could feel every spring or support bar underneath it. The kitchens come bare but a "kit" is available upon request from the front desk with dish clothes, dish soap, toaster, a couple pans, dish drying rack, coffee maker, plates, cups, and silverware. They also threw in some coffee pods. We usually used the microwave so I can't speak for how well the stovetop worked. The room's cleanliness was subpar but I think it partly has to do with how old the rooms are. The bathroom especially could afford to be dipped in bleach b
While I liked that the lobby always had fresh coffee available, the "breakfast" left plenty to be desired. If you enjoy different variations of oats: flavored instant or Nature Valley granola bars with either peanut butter, chocolate chips, fruit, or crunchy honey- you'll love their complimentary breakfast selections. They also had prepackaged, pre frozen muffins available in chocolate, blueberry, and banana nut.
There is a Fred Meier grocery store about a block away from the hotel, which is very handy for stocking the kitchen and jazzing up the sad breakfast offered.
Traveller from Rio, Wisconsin