Hampton Inn Portland Airport

Address: 8633 NE Airport Way, Portland, Oregon, 97220, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 8633 NE Airport Way, Portland, is near The Academy, Roseway Theater, Colwood National Golf Course, and Smith and Bybee Lakes Wildlife Area.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHampton Inn Portland Airport

Reviewed by greg-mary-scott

Good Place to Stay

Reviewed May 22, 2014
by (19 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

This is a typical Hampton Inn with all the pluses and minuses of this type of hotel. The only negative is that the hotel is next to the PDX runway so if you are a light sleeper this is not your hotel. At this stay the staff was above and beyond because of the Portland city water problems

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Reviewed by bethh1902

Nice, even by Hampton Inn standards!

Reviewed Sep 16, 2011
by (14 reviews) Glen Allen , United States Flag of United States

I love Hampton Inns and this one is really nice, although it is RIGHT at the airport, as in you can look out your window and see the planes taxiing by. Great for before a flight.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Hampton Inn Portland Airport

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
 

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A travel blog entry by markjezek on Jul 01, 2014

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Now it was off to Portland, Oregon - a place that originally wasn’t on our list of places to visit in the States. It was only by sheer chance that we even ended up here. Earlier in our trip back in Antigua, we met our good friend Ashley Mudra, who in conversation about all things entrepreneurial mentioned a book that piqued my interest called the “Art of Non-Conformity” by Chris Gillebeau. After a lengthy conversation about the book and all ...

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A travel blog entry by gdsanner on Apr 12, 2014

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A travel blog entry by woollyman on Aug 31, 2013

1 comment, 28 photos

... their studying.

"Oh, Pharmacology...We're nursing students at OHSU."

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A travel blog entry by xplorin46 on Jun 11, 2013

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... to Longview along the scenic banks of the river. We spent the afternoon and evening at a commercial RV park on the river so that we could do laundry and clean up a bit.

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At the Heels of A Master--For Years! Part II

A travel blog entry by sueschubert on Feb 16, 2013

... tutelage of a master practicing for years. First a student spent time recreating the compositions of his master. He would be given—no, he wouldn't get to choose—a master drawing, along with a piece of vellum, thin and transparent, and a piece of paper to execute what was referred to as a pouncing. Then ...