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Reviewed July 24, 2018

I stayed here several years ago and was impressed but the motel has gone downhill. It was shabby, worn looking, not clean enough and I had the worst breakfast I have ever had at any motel/hotel I have ever stayed in over the past 45 years. I will never stay here again and will never recommend it to anyone.

Date of stay: July 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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Reviewed July 12, 2018 via mobile

⁃ The motel/hotel is in Portland, Oregon. It has a Portland zip code but it looks like it’s at the border of Portland and Gresham, a Portland suburb.
⁃ The hotel looks like it is a newer hotel and many of the dated aspects that you find in older hotels are thankfully non-existent here. Nothing needs work. At least, I didn’t see anything that needed work. The decor, furniture and most of the aspects are new(er) and acceptable to most people looking for a bargain. I did see some construction/maintenance workers as I was staying there which was an indicator that at least, maintenance and/or repairs were being taken care of. That’s a good sign/thing.
⁃ They do ask for a refundable $100 deposit, payable by credit/debit card as you check in.
⁃ Location, location, location! The greatest advantage that this hotel has over numerous other hotels is its proximity to the Trimet Max Line. This is Portland’s Light Rail Tram system that traverses parts of Portland. The Max Blue line passes just 0.1 miles, 500 feet (a 4 minute walk, maybe less) from the hotel. The Blue Max line goes all the way to downtown Portland. It takes about 40 minutes to get there. This tram/light rail operates from early morning till late at night and is quite frequent. Also, if you want to go to the Portland International Airport from the hotel or are coming from the airport, you only need to take the Blue Line and switch to the Red Line (at Gateway/N 99th Avenue station) that takes you to the airport. Ideally, you can stay at this hotel and use public transportation without hiring a car or using a taxi/uber/Lyft. There are also buses that run outside the hotel. They have a convenient $5 per day unlimited ticket that enables you to make unlimited trips on any Trimet buses and trams/trains. This ticket pays for itself in 2 trips as each bus/tram ride is $2.50. Use google maps to plan your public transit.
⁃ The hotel has a reasonably sized fridge and microwave. It also has a coffee maker (With coffee, creamer and sugar for 3)
⁃ It has a full shower, toilet and sink. The sink is on the inside. They have an electric hair drier. They provide towels, guest size soap, lotion, shampoo and a shower cap for the ladies.
⁃ It has a flatscreen TV with high definition channels. This was a welcome surprise as many modest hotels really don’t have high definition channels. The remote enables you to choose the channels from the TV screen, just like you would at home if you are using a cable box.
⁃ The room has a combo dresser that works as a TV stand, has space on the left as a ‘workstation’ with an office chair provided. It also holds the microwave and small fridge.
⁃ I got a room with 1 queen bed. The room has a radio alarm clock, 2 bedside lamps affixed to the wall with easy to operate on and off switches and electrical outlets next to the on and off switches.
⁃ They have a closet with an ironing board and a metal rod for one to hang garments.
⁃ It was quiet when I stayed there. (Tuesday and Wednesday night, 4th of July)
⁃ The car parking lot is adequate and felt safe.
⁃ Check in is at 2.00 pm and checkout is at 11.00 am.
⁃ They do have a dual AC/heater wall unit. I didn’t use it as the temperatures were optimal and there was no need to turn the AC on. (Early July)
⁃ They have a continental breakfast serving point close to the lobby. The selection is impressive. A banana, waffles from waffle iron maker, coffee, (regular and decaffeinated) Apple and orange juices, instant oatmeal, bread with accompanying butter and/or marmalade, yoghurt, cereal and milk. You can watch TV while eating breakfast.
⁃ They do provide wifi with a password but I didn’t use it.
⁃ They have a nice lounge at the entrance of the hotel and an outside patio with a bench where you can sit.
⁃ They also have a general bathroom toilet which you can use instead of going all the way to your room. The bathroom/toilet is behind the office in the hallway.
⁃ They also have an ice machine just behind the office.
⁃ There is a shopping center within walking distance that has a well stocked Albertsons supermarket. This location also has a US Bank, 2 Chinese restaurants and nearby, a Starbucks and 2 pharmacies, a Walgreens and Rite Aid. Further up the street, they have a Carl’s Jr., Wendy’s and McDonalds fast food restaurants. They also have numerous sit in restaurants close by.
⁃ The staff at the reception were friendly and welcoming. Check in and checkout was a breeze. I did request the staff to hold some luggage for me and they put it in a storage room under lock and key.
⁃ There is a gas station, Arco’s right by the tram/train tracks just a stone’s throw away from the hotel.
⁃ I stayed there as I was running the Sauvie Island Foot Traffic Flat marathon. I only needed to use an Uber ride once in the early morning of July 4th as the marathon was starting very early. The rest of the time, (to and from the airport, packet pickup, back to the hotel after the marathon, going to downtown Portland) I used the Blue Max Line.

Date of stay: July 2018
Trip type: Travelled solo
Thank iluvgr8tdeals
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Reviewed July 5, 2018

We booked the rooms but we're not allowed to apply our Wyndham discount when we arrived at the motel. That one issue will influence our use of Trip Advisor the next time we travel. If there was fine print somewhere, we didn't see it.

Date of stay: June 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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Thank Donna H
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Reviewed July 1, 2018 via mobile

Bath had scum on it, run a full bath first before you use it, carpets are stained, sat on seat there was a ball of hair on it, bed comfortable and clean though, budget hotel but stayed at places with similar prices they were much better, wish we had stayed at a place a few dollars more

Date of stay: June 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank 935nickb935
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Reviewed June 20, 2018

Date of stay: December 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled solo
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