The Nines, Portland
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Nines, Portland
From the art adorning the public spaces, stylish and soft linens, city center locale, to the incredible staff, this hotel is truly done to the nines! Every staff member we encountered was friendly and helpful. It's a beautiful hotel with all kinds of luxurious touches! It's whimsical and stylish without being stuffy. The location is very convenient too. It's situated kitty corner to Pioneer Square which is a central hub for the Max going in every direction! I loved this hotel! Will definitely stay here again! Also, it's a member of Starwood Resorts, so you get points for your stay as well. Another bonus is that both restaurants (Urban Farmer and Departure) are delicious and hip!
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It was a fun day in Portland! The drive down route 5 was only about an hour and a half. We stopped for our weekly groceries and then checked into the campground. While we ate lunch in the RV we did some research and found a way to take a bus and light rail into Portland. It was relatively easy and we were able to walk to the bus stop from our campground. We decided to do a walking tour of the city while also stopping at local breweries. ...
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... through the nearby rose garden (still no roses...winter, remember) and stayed indoors for the rest of the day.
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Given the overcast, considerably GREY weather, I have not taken any photos in Portland. Just in case you were wondering?
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