La Quinta Inn & Suites Portland NW
Travel Blogs from Portland
My cousin Andrea and I drove down to Portland this morning, just a few short hours from Seattle. Our first stop was Rogue Ales Public House Brewery for some good beer and lunch. I went with a flight of four different brews, with Rogue Mom's Hefewiesen being my favorite. We met a few people at the bar, including a couple on their honeymoon from St. …
... largest book store in the U.S.), a famous seafood restaurant for lunch, Nordstrom's Rack, and walked around the city. We finally picked the family up at the airport and started heading to the coast to our son's town, but got a flat tire along the way and had to call AAA to fix it. We finally got to the coast at 2am. It was a long day for Emily and ...
... started painting on the provided canvas. They also got their sparkling cider and goldfish crackers…fun for all! We walked around the area for about 30 minutes, before finding our Yelp-chosen restaurant, Pazzo. It offered delicious bread and pasta. We returned to the hotel, got the kids in bed, and then Sam and I went downstairs to the hotel bar for some adult conversation and a nightcap. We went to bed, happy to be in Portland with no need to ...
Now back in Portland, we stayed with and were escorted around town by a native for the day. After breakfast at the house, we walked around the NE Alberta St. neighborhood, exploring shops and on the lookout for a good cup of tea. Without a doubt, the place to go in this area is Townshend's Teahouse at 2223 NE Alberta St (http://www.townshendstea.com). It is a true teahouse which brews drinks from loose leaf blends listed in a small catalog. Drinks take about seven minutes because ...
... to book a spot for that night, and got one of the last places, so that was very lucky. We then went to REI, to try and find a way of fixing one of the air mattresses that got a hole in a few nights ago. Antony had tried to fix it, but was still leaking a little bit. He ended up buying some really strong glue from Walmart and glued the patch down again, and that ended up working which was great. It was so insanely hot by the middle of the afternoon, so we went back to the campground and ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
A bit a way from downtown Portland, but very clean and would definitely return.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.