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Eastside is the part of Portland east of the Willamette River.

Map of Portland (Oregon)/Eastside


The Eastside encompasses three of the six official sectors of Portland:

  • North Portland, bounded by the Willamette River to the west and Williams Avenue to the east. Going toward the Columbia River, the eastern boundary becomes irregular after Williams dead-ends.
  • Northeast Portland, east of Williams and the Willamette, and north of Burnside Street.
  • Southeast Portland, east of the Willamette and south of Burnside.

Hawthorne Blvd, which runs east-west across the river from Downtown, has a broad selection of shops including a menagerie of vintage goods at the House of Vintage and the ornate Bagdad Theater Pub, and is a center of the counter-culture/bohemian community which is dissipating to make way for a variety of upscale businesses. The nearby Belmont Street is also worth a visit if you are in the neighborhood, with a similar - if smaller - array of shops and attractions.

Located along Broadway and Sandy Blvd northeast of downtown, Hollywood is a commercial district for the nearby neighborhoods and home to the Hollywood Theater, a historic non-profit theater with an ornate facade showing a variety of independent, second run, and classic films as well as original programming and interactive events. There is also a popular Saturday farmers market[dead link] in the neighborhood during the warm months.

To the north of the former between MLK Blvd and 30th Avenue, Alberta Street has much the same feel as Hawthorne Blvd; a counter-culture/bohemian community that's becoming popular with yuppies. Alberta is home to Last Thursday, said by many locals to be the alternative to First Thursday in the Pearl District and also featuring wine tasting and gallery openings, along with street vending and performance artists. The neighborhood between Alberta Street and Broadway is known as Irvington, and contains many historic Craftsman homes.

Other neighborhoods to explore include: St. Johns in North Portland featuring the gorgeous St. Johns Bridge, Mississippi Avenue, quaint Sellwood, Inner Southeast a loosely defined neighborhood where bars and music venues have been cropping up amidst the industrial landscape, Foster-Powell, East Burnside and Stark, Division and Clinton Street, and North Williams.

Get in and around[edit]

See Portland (Oregon)#Get around for getting in from elsewhere in the city. You can also get in from Vancouver across the Columbia River in Washington state. Some Vancouver bus lines cross into Eastside Portland; #60 to Jantzen Beach Center and Delta Park/Vanport, #65 to Parkrose/Sumner Transit Center and #67 to the airport. From each of those, you can switch to a MAX train to get further into Eastside (and on to other parts of Portland).

The international airport is in this part of the city.

Places across the Willamette River can be accessed on foot (almost all bridges have sidewalks) or streetcar from Downtown or parts of the northwest. The orange MAX line takes you to the southern parts of the Eastside along the Willamette River.

The other MAX lines take you from Downtown and Chinatown across the Steel Bridge. From there, the yellow line continues north along the North Interstate and North Denver Avenues up to the Expo Center. The green, red and blue lines go east along the Banfield Freeway to the Gateway Transit Center. From there they fan out; the red line north to the airport, the blue line further east to Gresham, and the green line south to Clackamas.

There's also a fairly dense bus network (network map) taking you to places where rail-based public transit won't.

With long distances between places, driving can almost certainly also a good option.


  • 1 Mount Tabor Park, SE 60th & Salmon St. 5AM-midnight. At the eastern end of the Hawthorne District, Mt Tabor is a forested park situated atop an extinct volcanic butte with great views of the city. The park contains a couple of reservoirs and lots of winding trails, and is also the home of the popular PDX Soapbox Derby event (see below under Do). Free. Mount Tabor Park (Q49529163) on Wikidata
  • 2 Leach Botanical Garden, 6704 SE 122nd Ave, +1 503-823-9503. Tu-Sa 9AM-4PM, Su 1-4PM. Free, donations welcome. Leach Botanical Garden (Q5815281) on Wikidata Leach Botanical Garden on Wikipedia
  • 3 Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden, SE 28th Ave & Woodstock Blvd, +1 503-771-8386. Summer: 6AM-10PM daily, winter: 6AM-6PM daily. A display and test garden was initiated in 1950 that includes more than 2,500 rhododendrons, azaleas, and companion plants. Beginning in early spring and continuing into summer, the gardens provide a magnificent display of color, giving visitors the opportunity to view many varieties rarely seen in the Pacific Northwest. During the fall, many companion trees add dramatic coloring. Spring-fed Crystal Springs Lake surrounds much of the garden, attracting many species of birds and waterfowl. $4 in the summer months (free for children under 12); free for all in the winter. Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden (Q5191378) on Wikidata Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden on Wikipedia
  • 4 Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI), 1945 SE Water Ave, +1 503-797-4000, toll-free: +1-800-955-OMSI (6674), . Summer: 9:30AM-7PM daily; winter: Tu-Su 9:30AM-5:30PM. OMSI is great for kids, with hundreds of hands-on activities with a particular emphasis on technology and earth sciences; you can spend a full rainy day here and not get bored. Moored in the river just outside is the USS Blueback, an old navy submarine which is open for tours (separate ticket required). There's also a planetarium and an IMAX theater which requires separate admission, but you can view the IMAX projector in operation without paying for the movie ticket. $15 adults, $10.50 youth, $12 seniors (parking $5/car, IMAX theater, planetarium, and submarine tickets require separate admission). Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (Q174617) on Wikidata Oregon Museum of Science and Industry on Wikipedia
  • 5 Oregon Rail Heritage Center, 2250 SE Water Ave, +1 503-233-1156. Th F 1PM-5PM, Sa Su Noon-5PM. Two working steam locomotives are on display here, with a third undergoing restoration. Many parts needed on these locomotives are no longer manufactured, so you may see volunteers working in the machine shop as well as locomotive and car maintenance crews. Short excursions on trains are occasionally offered, especially during the holiday season. Free, donations welcome. Oregon Rail Heritage Center (Q7101305) on Wikidata Oregon Rail Heritage Center on Wikipedia
  • 6 Laurelhurst Park, SE César Chávez Blvd and Stark St. 5AM-10:30PM daily. A beautiful park designed by a horticultural expert from the same team that designed New York City's Central Park. This park has a great atmosphere in good weather, with lots of locals and visitors enjoying the duck pond, the bike paths, and the off-leash dog area. Free. Laurelhurst Park (Q6500074) on Wikidata Laurelhurst Park on Wikipedia
  • 7 Sapporo Friendship Bell, 777 NE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd (at the entrance to the Oregon Convention Center). This gift from Portland's sister city Sapporo, Japan is encircled by red and yellow roses. Bell Circles II (Q19865305) on Wikidata Bell Circles II on Wikipedia
St. Francis of Assisi statue at The Grotto
  • 8 The Grotto Gardens (National Sanctuary of our Sorrowful Mother), 8840 NE Skidmore St (entrance on NE Sandy Blvd across from NE 85th Ave), +1 503-254-7371. Grounds open at 9AM; closing time varies from 3:30PM in the winter to 8:30PM in the summer; consult website for precise dates/times. Gift shop open 9AM-5PM daily (to 10PM during holiday season). A tranquil and spiritual sanctuary which hosts reflection ponds, secluded gardens, and shrines on the top of a basalt cliff. The best time to visit is during the holiday season when the grotto is illuminated with lights. The Grotto also makes for a very romantic destination for a special night out. Lower level free. Upper level token sold at gift shop: $7 general, $6 senior/military, $4 children 6-12, children under 6 free. Upper level tokens sold up to 1 hr before closing. The Grotto (Q7738354) on Wikidata The Grotto (Portland, Oregon) on Wikipedia
  • 9 Smith and Bybee Wetlands Natural Area, 5300 N Marine Dr, +1 503-797-1545. Sunrise-sunset. Smith and Bybee Wetlands Natural Area (Q14709251) on Wikidata Smith and Bybee Wetlands Natural Area on Wikipedia


  • 1 Portland Trail Blazers, Moda Center (Rose Garden Arena), 1 Center Ct, +1 503-234-9291. An NBA basketball team which plays at the Moda Center. They are well known for having one of the most loyal crowds in the NBA, so make sure to get tickets before the game as it is very rare to have a game that is not sold out.
  • 2 PDX Soapbox Derby, Mt. Tabor Park. A popular event which takes place annually in mid-August and is great for spectators. Some soapbox cars strive for speed and slick design while others are incredibly imaginative and hilarious creations. Bring a picnic lunch and enjoy watching the races.
  • 3 Springwater Corridor. A 21-mile multi-use trail extending from SE Portland to the town of Boring, Oregon. It is designed to accommodate hikers, bikers, wheelchairs and horses.
  • 4 Oaks Park, 7805 SE Oaks Park Way, +1 503-233-5777. Opened in 1905 and one of the oldest historic "trolley parks" in the country. It has a wooden carousel constructed in 1912, along with a couple dozen more contemporary rides including one roller coaster "Adrenaline Peak", and many kid's and family rides. It also has a popular roller skating rink, with a pipe organ played during a couple skating sessions each week. Oaks Amusement Park (Q14709151) on Wikidata Oaks Amusement Park on Wikipedia
  • 5 Portland International Raceway, 1940 N Victory Blvd, +1 503-823-7223, . Hosts many different racing series including NASCAR and IndyCar. Portland International Raceway (Q2662150) on Wikidata Portland International Raceway on Wikipedia
  • 6 Portland Pilots, 5000 N Willamette Blvd. University of Portland sports, competing in the NCAA Division I West Coast Conference alongside eight other private schools in coastal states. With no football team (unlike the city's other D-I school, Portland State), the most followed sports are soccer for both men and women, plus men's basketball. The Pilots have an especially strong soccer tradition. The marker points to the basketball venue of Chiles Center, which also hosts the Blazers' NBA G League affiliate, the Rip City Remix. Soccer plays at Merlo Field next to Chiles Center. Portland Pilots (Q7231995) on Wikidata Portland Pilots on Wikipedia


  • 7 Doug Fir Lounge, 830 E Burnside St, +1 503-231-9663. Located at the Jupiter Hotel, Doug Fir Lounge is Portland's slickest, upscale music venue featuring live shows almost every night of the week in the basement, a restaurant on street level and a bar in both. A decidedly hip variety of traveling and local music. Doug Fir Lounge (Q27438946) on Wikidata Doug Fir Lounge on Wikipedia
  • 8 Aladdin Theater, 3017 SE Milwaukie Ave, +1 503-234-9694. A great venue revamped from an old theater hall that offers shows almost nightly, featuring local favorites as well as Northwest and national acts. Food and alcohol available. Aladdin Theater (Q4705497) on Wikidata Aladdin Theater (Portland, Oregon) on Wikipedia
  • 9 Wonder Ballroom, 128 NE Russell St, +1 503-284-8686. A large ballroom with cash bar featuring many of Portland's favorite music artists and national touring acts. Wonder Ballroom (Q8031732) on Wikidata Wonder Ballroom on Wikipedia
  • 10 Rose Quarter, 1 Center Ct, +1 503-797-9619. The Rose Quarter holds two major arenas, the Moda Center (Rose Garden) and The Memorial Coliseum, which host large, international level touring artists. The Moda Center is also home to the NBA's Portland Trail Blazers. Ticket prices are usually higher for Rose Quarter events. Rose Quarter (Q7367909) on Wikidata Rose Quarter on Wikipedia
  • 11 Revolution Hall, 1300 SE Stark St, +1 503-288-3895. Revolution Hall (Q19881397) on Wikidata Revolution Hall on Wikipedia
  • 12 No Fun Bar Portland, 1709 SE Hawthorne Blvd, +1 503-236-8067. Local music, cheap drinks. Underground Portland music scene.
  • 13 Alberta Street Pub, 1036 NE Alberta St, +1 503-284-7665. M-F noon-1AM, Sa Su 11AM-2PM. Old-school watering hole with live, local and underground music, a covered patio & a menu of classic comfort foods. Alberta Street Pub (Q110363105) on Wikidata Alberta Street Pub on Wikipedia


  • Popina Swimwear, 2393 NE Fremont St Unit C, +1 503-607-8308. W-Su 11AM-5PM. Retro Swimwear brand Popina is located on the Portland Streetcar line in the Pearl District. Popina offers the Popina Swimwear Brand which is designed by Pamela Levenson and made in Oregon. Popina is known for Retro or Vintage Inspired Swimwear akin to the styles of Jantzen Swimwear which put Portland on the map as a swimwear powerhouse in the 1920s. Popina is one of 25 swimwear brands sold in the boutique.

Shopping malls and districts[edit]

  • 1 Sellwood, along SE 13th Avenue, between Tacoma St & Bybee Blvd. A neighborhood shopping area on the east side of the Willamette River south of downtown, specializing in antique and vintage furnishings. Sellwood (Q12068682) on Wikidata Sellwood, Portland, Oregon on Wikipedia
  • 2 Hawthorne District, east side of the Willamette River. A popular shopping area, particularly along SE Hawthorne Blvd between 34th Ave and César Chávez Blvd. Includes head shops, vintage clothing, used books and magazines, local clothing designers and craft stores. Hawthorne, Portland (Q5307812) on Wikidata Hawthorne, Portland, Oregon on Wikipedia
  • SE Division, east side of the Willamette River. A popular shopping area with a variety stores, bars and restaurants along SE Division from SE 12th through SE 60th.
  • 3 Lloyd Center, 2201 Lloyd Center (accessible via MAX Red, Blue, and Green lines), +1 503-282-2511. M-Sa 10AM-9PM, Su 11AM-6PM. A large mall just northeast of downtown near the Convention Center with dozens of stores to visit within the mall itself and the surrounding areas particular along NE Weidler and NE Broadway, north of the mall, from NE MLK to NE 33rd. Lloyd Center was the first urban mall in the United States and the largest mall west of the Mississippi River in the early 1960s when it was built. Lloyd Center (Q6662319) on Wikidata Lloyd Center on Wikipedia
  • 4 Clackamas Town Center, off of I-205 exit 14 (accessible by MAX Green Line), +1 503-653-6913. M-Sa 10AM-9PM, Su 11AM-6PM. Great shopping facilities; smaller than Lloyd Center, but just as much to see. Clackamas Town Center (Q5124882) on Wikidata Clackamas Town Center on Wikipedia
  • 5 Buckman. An up & coming neighborhood in the southeast to rival the Pearl District in the northwest. The neighborhood is bounded to the west by the Willamette River, south by SE Hawthorne, east by SE 28th and north by E Burnside. It was an industrial warehouse district until the end of the 20th century. It is now gentrifying with all sorts of boutiques, antique stores, furniture stores, gift shops, bars and restaurants housed in old warehouse buildings particularly along SE MLK & Grand Ave (OR-Hwy 99E) and along SE Water Ave. The area is also home to OMSI (Oregon Museum of Science & Industry) and is connected to Lloyd Center by the frequent Streetcar going up down SE Union/MLK and to downtown by the Hawthorne and Morrison Bridges. Buckman (Q4983400) on Wikidata Buckman, Portland, Oregon on Wikipedia
  • 6 Fubonn Shopping Center, 2850 SE 82nd Ave, +1 503-517-8899. Fubonn Shopping Center (Q5506908) on Wikidata Fubonn Shopping Center on Wikipedia



  • 1 C'est Si Bon!, 22 NE 7th Ave (Middle of block along NE 7th between E Burnside & NE Couch), +1 503-703-9378, +1 503-935-3761. This crêpe stand offers a great selection of combinations, savory and sweet. Try the Tropical Monkey. They also regularly appear at the farmers' markets too.
  • 2 Costello's Travel Caffé, 2222 NE Broadway, +1 503-287-0270. M-F 7AM-5PM, Sa Su 8AM-4PM. Low-key but sometimes busy cafe with an international travel theme. Offers a substantial breakfast/lunch menu. Good place to catch a soccer (sorry, football) match or other travel-related event. Wi-fi.
  • 3 The Delta, 4607 SE Woodstock Blvd (at 46th Ave), +1 503-771-3101. M-Th 4-11PM, F 4PM-1AM, Sa 9AM-2PM and 5PM-1AM, Su 9AM-2PM and 5-11PM. Southern food (chicken-fried steak, jambalaya, grits, etc.) on the cheap. The food is excellent and in large portions.
  • 4 Gravy, 3957 N Mississippi Ave, +1 503-287-8800. 7:30AM-3PM daily. Great egg scrambles and other hearty breakfast fare. Can be a long wait on weekends. Another location at 3101 NE Sandy Blvd.
  • 5 Olé Olé, 2137 E Burnside St, +1 503-230-1132. 10AM-10PM daily. Great burritos and a good budget option. Cash only.
  • 6 Original Hotcake House, 1002 SE Powell Blvd, +1 503-236-7402. 7AM-11PM. A local landmark, famous for excellent food, great prices, and a quirky after-hours clientèle. Original Hotcake House (Q104829723) on Wikidata Original Hotcake House on Wikipedia
  • 7 Robo Taco, 607 SE Morrison St, +1 503-232-3707. Su-W 10AM-midnight, Th-Sa 10AM-3:30AM. The fact that Robo Taco is open late and is located within walking distance of Holocene makes it the perfect place to end a night dancing and live music. It's consistently delicious with a laid back vibe and plenty of vegetarian options.
  • 8 Taco Pedaler, 2225 NE Broadway, +1-503-946-1173, . 11AM-9PM daily, Happy hour 3:30-6:30PM daily. A popular tricycle taco cart in Portland's hyper-cool mobile eatery market has expanded into this bricks-and-mortar location on inner Northeast's busy commercial corridor.


  • 9 Cadillac Cafe, 1801 NE Broadway St, +1 503-287-4750, . M-F 7:30AM-1:30PM, Sa Su 7:30AM-2:30PM. This staple of Portland's brunch scene is popular for both breakfast and lunch. The Art Deco décor is completed with a drivable, pink 1961 Cadillac convertible on display. Cadillac Cafe (Q104188825) on Wikidata Cadillac Cafe on Wikipedia
  • 10 Flying Pie Pizzeria, 7804 SE Stark St, +1 503-254-2016. Su-Th 11AM-10PM, F Sa 11AM-11PM. Has been regularly voted one of Portland's favorite pizza restaurants for the past decade by hungry locals and media critics alike.


  • 11 Laurelhurst Market, 3155 E Burnside St, +1 503-206-3097. Lunch 11AM-3PM; dinner M-Th 5-10PM, F-Su 4:30-10PM. A butcher shop run by trained chefs, serving some of the finest steak dinners in the city. Dinner:$35-55 main course, $10-20 starters and appetizers, Lunch: a more reasonable $10-15 for a sandwich and drink. Laurelhurst Market (Q104835844) on Wikidata Laurelhurst Market on Wikipedia
  • 12 Ken's Artisan Pizza, 304 SE 28th Ave, +1 503-517-9951. M-Sa 5-10PM, Su 4-9PM. Wood fired oven cooking amazing pizza and other superbly executed Italian dishes. Expect a wait. Ken's Artisan Pizza (Q85773939) on Wikidata Ken's Artisan Pizza on Wikipedia



Bagdad Theater
  • 1 Bagdad Theater and Pub, 3702 SE Hawthorne Blvd, +1 503-228-4651. 2:30PM-midnight daily (depending on feature). The Bagdad is one of the great things about Portland: a 700-seat second-run movie theater serving a selection of regional craft brews you can drink while you watch. Bagdad Theater (Q4841513) on Wikidata Bagdad Theatre on Wikipedia
  • 2 Belmont Station, 4500 SE Stark St, +1 503-232-8538. Noon-11PM daily. Belmont Station is both a store and bar/cafe. The store side hosts over 1000 bottled beers from around the world, and the cafe offers a solid lineup of sandwiches, soups, and light pub fare, as well as interesting beers on draft. The friendly and knowledgeable staff make this the place to go to explore Portland's beer scene.
  • 3 Clinton Street Theater Pub, 2522 SE Clinton St, +1 503-238-5588, . Shows a great assortment of esoteric films and the world's longest running Rocky Horror Picture Show. $6 general admission, $4 students/seniors, $4 on Tuesdays, $8 Rocky Horror Picture Show. Clinton Street Theater (Q5134235) on Wikidata Clinton Street Theater on Wikipedia
  • 4 Dots Cafe, 2521 SE Clinton St (SE Clinton and 26th), +1 503-235-0203. 4-10PM, daily. A funky night spot with great bar food.
  • 5 EastBurn, 1800 E Burnside St, +1 503-236-2876. M-F 4PM-2AM, Sa Su 10AM-2AM. Cool building and great atmosphere. Hanging swing chairs, heated patio and downstairs bar with skee ball. The food is higher end, but not pricey and full bar with big wine list and great beers on tap make this spot a local favorite. EastBurn (Q113071367) on Wikidata EastBurn (restaurant) on Wikipedia
  • 6 Hopworks Urban Brewery, 2944 SE Powell Blvd, +1 503-232-4677. Su-Th 11AM-11PM, F Sa 11AM-midnight. One of the newest additions to the Portland brewpub scene. They emphasize sustainable practices business model. Hoppy beer with a distinct flavor.
  • 7 Horse Brass Pub, 4534 SE Belmont St, +1 503-232-2202. 11AM-2:30AM daily. Another English-style pub that also serves a range of English-style food. An "old-world" atmosphere, reasonable prices, a huge beer list, free darts, and a friendly and knowledgeable staff make this a great place to relax with a pint and catch up with old friends. Horse Brass Pub (Q28403596) on Wikidata Horse Brass Pub on Wikipedia
  • 8 Laurelwood Public House & Brewery, 5115 NE Sandy Blvd, +1 503-282-0622. M-Th 11AM-10PM, F 11AM–11PM, Sa 10AM–11PM, Su 10AM–10PM. For the quintessential Portland brewpub experience. Enjoy beer crafted by award-winning Brewmaster Christian Ettinger along with excellent food in a family-friendly setting. The garlic fries are not to be missed, desserts are huge and appealing, and the Laurelwood Spinach Salad is the best salad in Portland. Very child-friendly, so be aware of unsupervised toddlers darting around between the tables. Entrees are creative and of high quality. Laurelwood Pub and Brewery (Q23461676) on Wikidata Laurelwood Pub and Brewery on Wikipedia
  • 9 Laurelhurst Theater, 2735 E Burnside St, +1 503-232-5511. Cinema serving beer, wine and food. Children are allowed to shows before 5:30PM; after that it's 21+ only. $4 general admission, $3 seniors, $2 children. Laurelhurst Theater (Q6500075) on Wikidata Laurelhurst Theater on Wikipedia
  • 10 Bula Kava House, 3115 SE Division St, +1 503-477-7823. Su 3PM-10PM, M-Th 1PM-11PM, F Sa 1PM-1AM. Kava kava is a mildly sedating drink from the South Pacific. Definitely worth a try if you're in Portland since the South Pacific is quite far away. Great place to relax and socialize in a semi-authentic atmosphere, all the while trying something entirely new and exotic.
  • Rogue Eastside Pub & Pilot Brewery, 928 SE 9th Ave, +1 503-517-0660. Daily 11AM-10PM. Try a burger and fries, and more beers than you can handle.


  • 11 Pied Cow, 3244 SE Belmont St, +1 503-230-4866. M-Th 4PM-midnight, F 4PM-1AM, Sa noon-1AM, Su noon-midnight. A great coffee house in Portland. No other place like it. If you visit for the summer, you must come to this place. It's a great experience.
  • 12 Water Avenue Coffee Roasters, 1028 SE Water Avenue #145 (SE Taylor and Water Ave), +1 503-808-7084. M-F 7AM-6PM, Sa Su 8AM-6PM. A loft-style cafe and coffee roastery.
  • World Cup Coffee and Tea, 920 NE 58th Ave Suite 100, +1 503-228-5503. M-F 7:30AM-5PM. Great locally owned company whose on-site coffee roasting has won awards. Serves organic, sustainable coffees in a great and comfortable atmosphere. One of the best coffee shops in Portland.




  • 4 Aloft Portland Airport Hotel at Cascade Station, 9920 NE Cascades Pkwy, +1 503-200-5678. Complimentary WiFi access, PDX airport shuttle services.
  • 5 Hampton Inn Portland-Airport, 8633 NE Airport Way, +1 503-288-2423. Free daily breakfast and high speed internet access.
  • 6 Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites, 2300 N Hayden Island Dr, +1 503-283-8000. Check-in: 3PM, check-out: noon. Indoor pool, WiFi and breakfast included. $130-180.
  • 7 The Jupiter Hotel, 800 E Burnside St, +1 503-230-9200, toll-free: +1-877-800-0004. Crisp, modern guest rooms, cutting edge entertainment, food 21/7, and spa style rub-downs make up this unique boutique hotel. While there, The Doug Fir is not to be missed. All day eats and drinks. Often has loaner bicycles. $140-180. Jupiter Hotel (Q6314615) on Wikidata Jupiter Hotel (Portland, Oregon) on Wikipedia
  • 8 The Kennedy School, 5736 NE 33rd Ave, +1 503-249-3983, toll-free: +1-888-249-3983, . Check-in: 3PM, check-out: 11AM. A decommissioned elementary school converted into a hotel by the McMenamins's group who also have several other converted buildings in the Portland area. Each room was made from one-half of an old classroom with items like blackboards, coatrooms, and so on still in place. The hotel has a full restaurant with its own bar and large outdoor patio. Be sure to try the Cajun Tater Tots! There's also a second-run movie theater (free with hotel stay) with a bar/cafe and table service. Also on site are the Concordia Microbrewery, Detention Bar (smoking allowed), Honor's Bar (non-smoking), Cypress Room (smoking allowed), and an outdoor soaking pool. Free Wi-Fi and great artwork throughout. $115-145. Kennedy School (Q6389685) on Wikidata Kennedy School on Wikipedia
  • 9 Oxford Suites Portland - Jantzen Beach, 12226 N Jantzen Dr, +1 503-283-3030.
  • 10 Rodeway Inn Airport, 9723 NE Sandy Blvd, +1 503-255-1400.
  • 11 Ramada Mall 205, 9707 SE Stark St (near Portland Airport on Stark St and I-205 near Mall 205), +1 503-252-7400, .


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