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My wife and I stayed here for a night in advance of a cruise on the Columbia River. The location seemed reasonable, and it seemed edgy. I hate to give a poor rating but...the room was weird, the tub was a dangerous old cast iron...More
The hotel is a remodeled old building. 4 floors with wood floors so be prepared for noise if you have anyone above you or if you are near the slow elevator. The bathrooms were massive, rooms nicely decorated and staff was very friendly and helpful....More
We booked the Ace Hotel in Portland last minute on a Thursday and were not disappointed. The staff was super friendly and welcoming. The lobby is adorable! Love the decor, it is perfect ti sit and enjoy a rainy morning in Portland. We loved the...More
Hip but overpriced, noisy room however the location in downtown Portland is great. For USD 35 parking a day you expect a guarded inside parking not street parking with no guard. Overhyped, there must be better hotels in Portland.
First of all, this was not my choice to stay in this hotel, a colleague chose it. I've stayed at the ACE in NY and LA, and this is my least favorite. My room face a wall so no view, the beds are almost to...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.