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Ace lives up to his image as a hipster hotel. Funky, eclectic and one of those places that it’s cool to tell people you stayed at but actually not enjoyable to stay at. Rooms are not very functional or comfortable. Rooms had wood floors which...More
We took a junior deluxe room for $215 a night. We didn’t know this would only buy us a mattress on the floor. The “platform” was very low and was chipped wood - we could have gotten a splinter. The light in the room was...More
I have stayed at this hotel several times for business and decided to stay again when visiting the area for a long weekend. The rooms I had in the previous two stays were nicely appointed, turntable, records and with a upholstered sofa for relaxing in...More
We had a lovely stay at a corner suite room here. Exceptional bed and couch, great view with windows all around this spacious corner room. Fantastic bathtub which open on to the main room. Great mini bar friendly and accommodating staff. Local shopping a must.
Overall the experience was great, from check-in to check-out the front desk staff was friendly and helpful. We got free drink tickets to the hotel's bar "Pepe Le Moko," which was a welcomed amenity. The bar has a cozy modern-speakeasy vibe. We stayed in the...More
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The hotel has a small uncovered lot a block away from the hotel, right across from a park that seems to be a popular hangout for the homeless. After parking in the lot overnight we found that someone had pooped behind my... More
The hotel has a small uncovered lot a block away from the hotel, right across from a park that seems to be a popular hangout for the homeless. After parking in the lot overnight we found that someone had pooped behind my car. Maybe that's part of the quirky appeal of Portland, but I did not like having to step over a pile of poo to put bags in the trunk.