The price is $155 per night from Jul 10 to Jul 11$155
Jul 10 - Jul 11
4.3/5 Excellent! (997 reviews)
"Our stay was fantastic. Staff was so nice and everything on site was clean. The surrounding area is sad. It is Portland and just the way Portland is now days I feel bad for people who are still trying to make their biz work with all the conditions surrounding With homelessness and graffiti. It’s ..."
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University of Portland is located in a welcoming area of Portland known for its beautiful river views and picturesque gardens. If you're looking for a convenient place to stay, check out the 7 hotels and other accommodations you'll find within a mile.
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You might want to spend some time browsing the exhibits at Portland Art Museum, Museum of Contemporary Craft, or Oregon Historical Society Museum. While you're exploring, swing by Pittock Mansion, McMenamins Crystal Ballroom, and Burnside Bridge to learn a bit about the area. You can check out the local talent at Roseland Theater, Keller Auditorium, and Wonder Ballroom.
Recent reviews of University of Portland hotels
expedia verified reviews
"Our stay was fantastic. Staff was so nice and everything on site was clean. The surrounding area is sad. It is Portland and just the way Portland is now days I feel bad for people who are still trying to make their biz work with all the conditions surrounding With homelessness and graffiti. It’s a very sad city now days. What used to be bustling with food carts and local biz is now an empty shell of that. "
A verified traveler stayed at Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Portland-NW Downtown, an IHG Hotel
"It is a very convenient place to visit Providence Park.
The room and bed are clean and comfortable.
There was a tiny refrigerator to keep drinks cool or warm. It makes up to ~ five water bottles slightly colder than without using it but cannot make the drinks cold. It was almost useless. "
A verified traveler stayed at Park Lane Suites and Inn
"The property is located in a great location and within walking distance for many opportunities. The front office was beyond welcoming and helpful. The room was super clean. Their bath towels are so big and soft! "