Shilo Inn Suites - Portland Airport
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Stayed at this hotel with my family based on the Trip Advisor ratings. Wondered if we were at a different hotel. On the plus side, nice large room, good free internet and 24 hour pool were great. On the negative side, refirgerator in our room was broken, resulting in loss of "road food" (stayed that way even after an engineer visit), sheets on beds were too small, resulting in sheets coming off during sleep, no local newspaper boxes, and breakfast was mediocre and not very healthy. Room setup is a bit odd, with the "living room" portion located in the rear. As you come in there is a vanity, then the sleeping area, then the living room. For a business traveler, this would mean walking through your bath and sleeping area to take a client/guest to the meeting area. Not a bad hotel, but mediocre at best and not a place we would voluntarily stay again.
My husband and I take trips to Portland Oregon every couple of months and everytime we stay at the Shilo Inn Portland Airport. Every room has a very comfortable bathroom with a TV, a TV in front of the bed and seperate dinning area with microwave, sink, table and chairs and couch and another TV. The restaurant serves very good food and will deliver to your room. The hotel is so convenient to all the great shopping in Portland, but also is far enough away to allow an escape from the hustle and traffic of the city. The employees are all very friendly and accomodating. This hotel caters to business travelers, but it works out great for us as Portland weekenders who go to shop and enjoy all that Portland has to offer.
Better than I expected. Good restaurant, friendly staff, nice set up. I would reccomend this hotel.
What a plesant surprise!
This was such a plesant surprise, especially for an airport hotel. The rooms were huge and so clean! The staff was always friendly. ( A rare thing in the hotel industry, at least from my experience.) The breakfast was amazing, especially the lattes. The only complaint I had was there was no local paper. But that pales in coparison to the wonderful stay I had at the Shiloh!
Superior customer service
I had one ther best experiences staying at Shilo Inns, airport way, Portland Oregon. From the moment I walked through the front door, everyone was so friendly and kind. The front counter person was so knowledgeable and friendly. I was checked in, so quickly and helped to my suite in no time. I was very impressed about my room, it was very spacious and clean. I really enjoyed the atmostphere of the restaurant during my dinner. My waiter was so professional and very attentive during the experience. The food was great, such a variety of choices. I am such a critic of hotels because I am on the road so much that I had to say Keep Up The Good Work and I'll be back for sure. Its been a long time since I have been to a hotel that had so many professional and courtious people.
What a pleasant surprise! Over and over again throughout my stay I was amazed at how friendly and accommodating the staff were - the rooms were nice and I really enjoyed the coffe bar in the morniing - but the staff is the best!
Staff was wonderful! Free espresso in the morning, free shuttle to the airport early in the morning, and three tvs in the room (even one in the bathroom odd as that may sound). Of all the airport hotel options, this is the best.
Quick and easy
Came here for company meeting, the food, service and room was great. My company is going to re-book for next year. The same day dry cleaning was a life saver for me!
Lots of bang for the Dollar!
My wife and I came with our kids before flying out of PDX. We loved the 24hr pool, free expresso in the morning and had room service delivered to our room. Our kids thought we were already on vacation they had so much fun! The staff alone, was worth the stay, we will be back!
Not too good
average. dirty sheets and chairs in lobby. good food and breakdfast. not worth the 100 + $ they charge per night though.
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... nice mode of transportation.
Anyway, we took the streetcar to Powell's City of Books, used and new books sold here. What an amazing place! Thanks, Vicki and Dave, for mentioning it. We bought some books to add to Dick's Japanese-American experience book collection and a couple of other books that Dick can't find in the library any more.
So, streetcar back to the hotel, rest a bit, and then, decided to walk to our dinner restaurant, Veritable Quandary. ...
... in the Guinness book of records. Yep, you read correctly, Amanda and I are now in the Guinness book of records for participating in the worlds longest yoga chain (http://www.guinnessworldrecords.com/wo rld-records/longest-yoga-chain). On the morning of the 11th July 808 people descended on a small square in the middle of Portland and made the longest yoga chain, and Amanda and I were right in the middle. Not necessarily the hardest yoga session that Amanda and ...
For a few of you, this will be the first time you are sent the link to my blog. My apologies for not getting your email on the list sooner. When you click on the link, go the right hand side and I think you can scroll back to earlier entries.
Tonight is our last night in Portland. We have had a lot of rain but so what's new in the Pacific Northwest? Tomorrow we head to Seattle where we will spend the afternoon with Nathan ...
First, the interesting facts. At least they are interesting to us.
Bonneville Fish Hatchery
Bonneville Hatchery was first named “Central Hatchery” and was built in 1909. The hatchery receives thousands of visitors daily. The average number of visitors to the hatchery each year is one million people, from all over the world.
The hatchery raises 8 million Fall Chinook, 1.2 million Coho, and once raised 200 thousand ...
... and consistent wind that flows through the gorge. We took plenty of photos in the sunset light, including ones of the kids who were playing really nicely together. Lots of laughing, hair blowing, and memories made.
After disembarking, we headed back to the hotel to revel in some spectacular reality US TV: Fear Factor. The kids were enthralled. And probably had nightmares of being stung by thousands of bees at once.