Staybridge Suites Portland Airport
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Historical Traveler Reviews Staybridge Suites Portland Airport
Ein Muss für Benutzer des Portlander Flughafens
Mir hat das Staybridge sehr gut gefallen. Das Personal ist hervorragend. Ich möchte besonders Danny hervorheben. Ich kenne zwar nicht seine offizielle Funktion, aber er hat mir mit einem Reißverschluss, der von der Flughafensicherheit bei einer Gepäckkontrolle kaputtgemacht worden war, unheimlich viel geholfen.
Der Pool ist im Innern des Hotels, er ist ansprechend und SAUBER. Der Whirlpool hat genau die richtige Temperatur!
Die Suiten sind sehr sauber und gemütlich. Ich werde bei allen Flügen ab oder nach Portland in diesem Hotel absteigen.
Le top pour les voyageurs de PDX
J'ai aimé le Staybridge. Le personnel est remarquable. J'apprécie particulièrement Danny. Je ne suis pas sûr de son titre, mais il est allé au delà de mes attentes en m'aidant avec une fermeture éclair d'une valise qui avait été cassée par la sécurité de l'aéroport pendant le contrôle des bagages.
La piscine est couverte, très propre et la décoration est très agréable. Le jacuzzi est à une température parfaite!
Les suites sont très propres et cosy. J'y séjournerais dans le futur pour toutes mes escales entre deux vols à Portland.
A great place to stay
My wife and I spent a week traveling down the Oregon Coast and staying in various cities. (We researched all our stays on TripAdvisor.)
Staybridge was the last place we stayed the night before flying home. I loved how spacious it was, how clean and how upscale. We had a full kitchen in our room, though we didn't end up using it. The mattress was one of the best we had slept on. And, the morning breakfast bar was pretty amazing, with just about anything you can think of.
The only downsides I can think of were (1) 20-30 minutes from downtown Portland if that's where you want to be, (2) no luggage racks, and (3) a very young and, frankly, clueless staff. The front desk was like walking into a University bookstore: really chipper, but not much awareness of what's going on. (No one there knew what a stand-up luggage rack was.)
If you can ignore that, however, it's a really relaxing place to stay. I highly recommend it.
Very nice hotel near the airport
The staff was very nice. Room was also nice, a suite style with a
door between the living room and BR. kitchen area, 2 tv's, vcr.
AAA discount on the hotel web site
Great Place to Stay for Park N' Fly out of PDX!!!! :-)
We stayed here in Feb '06 before we left on a trip to Hawaii. The hotel is very beautiful, rustic looking. We were upgraded to a 2 bedroom suite, which we didn't need but it was fun to have all that room.
Staff at front desk was OK. One of the gals was on the phone talking to friends about plans for the night or something, which was quite unprofessional but they were young and I guess that it wasn't surprising.
We were too early for breakfast so they gave us a bag to go!
Great place to do a park 'n fly out of PDX!
Great for early departures!
Stayed just for a night so that we could get to the airport for a VERY early flight. The room was comfortable, quiet, and would have been great for a longer stay. The staff prepares "bag breakfasts" for those leaving before the continental breakfast starts - and the snack bars, apple, and juice were perfect to tide us over. We walked out of the hotel at 4 a.m. and were thrilled to check out quickly and even get breakfast! That is great customer service!
Your best bet for the area
The Springhill Suites are very nice. We used our Marriott Rewards and I was a little disappointed that we had the room next to the elevator. But the room had everything needed. Its a 2 room suite with a kitchen area with micro, fridge, coffee and sink. The bed is very comfortable. We enjoyed the free internet access and the breakfast was more than we expected for "free". Eggs, sausages, muffins, oatmeal, juice, fruit, waffles, etc. They even have a wine, beer and cheese happy hour every Tuesday Night. The hotel is in a very nice area with close access to the airport. The area does lack in restaurants. We liked the area very much and it was easy access to the major highways to do all of the sightseeing in the city.
Stay at the Staybridge!
We stayed at the Staybridge Suites Portland Airport the night before we left for Rome. They offered a great Park n Fly rate, comparable to other airport hotels. However, when we got there, we realized that the hotel didn't compare to the other hotels...it was MUCH BETTER!
The lobby was beautiful, reminiscent of a wilderness lodge. Our room was a suite with 2 beds in the bedroom, and a sofa bed in the living room. We had amenities like popcorn, coffee and tea which make things seem a bit extra special.
The breakfast buffet was gorgeous and plentiful! They even had snacks for later, perfect for taking along with you to feed the kids at the airport.
We left our car there for a total of 17 days and they kept it secure; no problems.
My daughter left her backpack on the shuttle when we returned. Because we were so jet lagged, we didn't notice for a few days. When I decided to call the hotel to see if they'd found it, they had indeed and were just waiting to hear from someone. They held it for another week until we could get it.
Each person we dealt with at the Staybridge Suites were cheerful and helpful, something that seems to be more and more rare these days.
Simply--Staybridge Is The Best!
My husband and I stayed at this hotel Dec '04. It takes alot to impress me and I was impressed!!!! We have traveled alot but seldom have we stayed in a hotel with the aminities that Staybridge offers and for the price. The rooms are huge and spotless! The bedroom is seperate from the living area and full kitchen. The staff are the best and go above and beyond to assure your every need is met--and always with a smile!!
That's so appreciated in this day and age!! The beds are awesome--and nothing is left to chance--everything you would need is there at this hotel!! I wish we had known that this hotel offers "park and fly" as we would have used it rather than Comfort Suites. You can bet we will next time we travel as will all our friends that fly out of PDX. You will not be disappointed if you book this hotel!! It sits off the main roads so is quiet.
The kitchen is stocked with dishes etc--and a 10cup coffee maker!!!
Don't bother to check out the other hotels--just book this one as it is simply the best we have found!!
Loved this hotel!
We stayed at this hotel for 1 night on 14th Oct 2004. Although we booked a 1 bedroom suite, we were given the 2 bedroom one & what a wonderful suite it was! The first bedroom had a king bed, desk, TV & bathroom - the second one had 2 queens, TV & bathroom. There was another TV in the lounge/dining area plus a VCR, also in that room was the full kitchen with a full-sized fridge with icemaker. The 2 bedrooms were so far apart, there was no noise at all. All the amenities at this hotel were faultless - the pool was great, the brekkie was fabulous, the FREE laundry facilites were appreciated & the staff were very nice. On Tues-Thurs they have a manager's reception which in fact is a free dinner. Although we didn't partake, a lot of guests did & looked like they were enjoying it. They have a lovely BBQ area with grass & outdoor furniture which was also being used a lot.
I would definitely recommend this hotel & would stay here again in a minute!