Paramount Hotel

808 SW Taylor Street, Portland, Oregon, 97205, United States | 4 star hotel
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Massage and a movie

A travel blog entry by astoriavslb

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We woke up yesterday morning and both had scheduled massages in the salon that was connected to our hotel. While Marlon got his, I spent some time walking around the local area. It was the most beautiful day outside! The weather in Portland is really spectacular right now. (Although I should knock on wood because apparently it's only like this two …

Return to Portlandia

A travel blog entry by hawkinsw

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... waterfalls. And we did, but through the windshield. We did go to the historic Bonneville dam and the fish hatchery. We got to met Herman the sturgeon, a 870 lb, 10 year old monster of fish. This fish is 10 feet long and resembles Captain Nemo's Nautilus. I'm not sure what the other fish were doing in that pond, maybe Herman doesn't like salmon. We also viewed the fish ladders that channel the salmon, ...

Port(ly)land

A travel blog entry by hannah-ollie

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... a cigar) and the Ol' Dirty B*stard (a mess of chocolate, oreos and peanut butter). Another fantastic and healthy recommendation by the show, but Ollie has yet to attempt one of the famous eating challenges...watch this space!

We could have happily spent days longer in Portland, and we definitely plan to come back in the future, but there's so much still to see in the US and so little time.

Next stop: a return to my childhood memories in ...

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

A travel blog entry by sueschubert

... surface with a fine layer. In this way, the charcoal dust would penetrate the holes of the outline.
Students Under the Tutelage of a Master

Of course, a strong breeze could easily wipe away the charcoal from vellum, as well as, from paper, but worry not, because all that the student really needed was ...

Wilderness and Civilization in Oregon

A travel blog entry by billnpat

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... rather good music tents and buskers to add to the spirit.
We retreated to an outdoor deck at a tavern in the old town for an hour or so, for some famed Oregon microbrewed ale.
On the way out of the old town we encountered some road barriers and detours, and with a couple of enquiries, discovered that it was a bicycle road race circuit, and the women’s race was about to start. So we dawdled about for a while, and watched the first 10 laps or so of ...

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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in the Neighbors West - Northwest area of Portland, is near Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, Multnomah County Central Library, New Theater Building, and Indian Art Northwest.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Paramount Hotel Portland

    Fairly nice, pretty clean, and quiet

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    We stayed at the Paramount Oct. 18-20, 2004. Overall, it was ok.

    Nice place to stay

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    My husband and I stayed here only one night for our anniversary. We had the excutive room with the jacuzzi tub. It was a nice hotel, very friendly and helpful staff. Nothing over the top or elaborate as far as rooms and furnishings go. A little pricey at $114.00 on a Sunday, but comparable for the area. Room service and the resturaunts food was very good! Rooms and bath rooms were clean. I would stay here again.

    Good, but not luxury

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    Two of us stayed in this hotel for a long weekend this summer. Overall, it was a satisfactory experience, but it skated close to disaster. It turned out OK only because we were assertive enough to make it so.

    Convenient to downtown

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    A girl's weekend out for three of us. We reserved through Travelocity. Specifically chose this hotel because it offered queen beds rather than doubles. Quoted price was for 2 queen beds; nothing is mentioned to us at check-in and we get to the room - 1 King. Called front desk and they said a roll-away has been requested. Because we reserved through Travelocity beds couldn't be guaranteed and of course there wasn't anything else available. We thought this was very deceptive to not disclose this when we were checking in. Turned out okay, but when paying $139/night I didn't think the deal was so special that we should be treated as a lesser guest. Hotel is very convenient and quiet.

    Patriotic and Acommidating

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    The Paramount has gone way above the call of duty. They were so nice in helping plan a special night for my son and his wife. My son is coming home for mid tour leave from Iraq and Rachel made a wonderful night come true! Thank you Rachel and Paramount.

    Comfortable,quiet,good location,older Portland hotel

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    This is an older boutique hotel that has a great location in downtown Portland,it is just two blocks from Pioneer Square and lightrail. I thought the rooms would be a bit more luxourous for a 4 star hotel but they were average. The rooms were comfortable and quiet and clean . The only complaint I have is that the hotel should have stated they have 3 star rooms in a 4 star hotel when the listed with preceline.

    Very Nice

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    Stayed here for a couple of nights last summer and had a very enjoyable experience. The room was nicely sized, clean and quiet. The staff was fine and efficient and the lobby restaurant ("Dragonfish") serves quality Asian food. Really no complaints about the place; would definitely stay there again.

    The staff is fantastic!

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    I stayed here on business in October, and was really impressed with the staff. Both of the concierges were extremely knowledgeable and helpful, and everyone at the hotel was unbelievably nice. Because it is a smaller hotel, service seemed more personalized - they knew who we were when we came and left. The rooms were nice, although the beds are a bit too firm for my taste, and it is tough to get a good view in downtown Portland. The price was fine for the area, and got the best rate we could find by booking directly through the hotel. If you stay there, check out the South Park restaurant. It is a fabulous seafood restaurant just around the corner from the hotel, and we were able to get in without a reservation on a Friday night at prime time.

    Wonderful weekend at Paramount Hotel, Portland, OR

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    We just had an enjoyable stay at the Paramount Hotel in Portland, OR.

    Absolutely Fabulous

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    This is a fantastic hotel. Newly renovated it oozes class. Within walking distance of Pioneer Square and just about anywhere downtown.

    The MAX transit system is one block away as is Nordstrom. The Pioneer Place Shopping Centre is a short walk. The Columbia Store is next door.

    Staff were very friendly and efficient. The in hotel bar and restaurant were always bustling with people. Rooms are large beautifully decorated, and in my room the bathroom had a spa. I had a room on the 10th floor with a great view over the city. I will alway stay here from now on. Got a great discount deal online as well.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Paramount Hotel Portland

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding