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This comfortable hotel is set in Portland International Airport. The hotel features a total of 124 accomodation units. The year of construction of this hotel dates back to 2009. In addition, Wi-Fi access is offered at the establishment's common spaces. Residence Inn Portland Airport at Cascade Station provides 24-hour reception. The hotel may charge a fee for some services.
Check-out ends at: 11:00
Food & Beveragerestaurant
severalFree self parking
Wellness facilitiesOnline check-in.
Reception servicesFree self parking
My favorite place to stay in Portland, OR
Reviewed 3 january, 2022
We come to Portland often to visit my son who lives here. This is my favorite hotel to stay in. It is comfortable, convenient, and reasonable. It has all the amenities that a Residence Inn typically has. (washer/dryer, pool, exercise equipment, basketball hoop), the breakfast and shuttle has restarted after a hiatus due to COVID. I love that it is next door to a Target,a train stop to the city and has on-site parking. The staff is very nice and helpful too!
Reviewed 28 november, 2021
we haven't flown since before the beginning of the pandemic, and wanted to visit family via plane....we stayed overnight to catch a plane last wk before thanksgiving...masked up and checked in, as well were other customes/staff...the clerk was real nice and friendly.....the room was real clean and quiet....recycling is available in the blue buckets in the room...again great place and staff...thx so much....
Great one night stay-Will stay here again
Reviewed 11 october, 2021
Stayed for one night with my family of four in a 2B unit. The good: Check in was easy, although mobile check in didn't work this time. Was assigned room at end of hallway on third floor. Unit was clean and comfortable and had all the amenities we were expecting. Staff were very helpful. Great attitudes at night and during day Asked for late check out of 2pm which was provided Complimentary parking and a visible security person walking the grounds outside. THE BAD-(but as advertised on their website and throughout hotel) All common areas are closed due to COVID. Pool, fire pit, sitting areas, morning breakfast. They did provide grab and go breakfast with breakfast bar, yogurt, orange juice and mandarin oranges. THE BAD (not advertised) The People in the room above us were really loud at night and in the morning. Must have been a family with kids as they were running, jumping all over at 7am. Hard to control that All in all enjoyed our stay here and will for sure consider staying here again.
Reviewed 26 august, 2021
All the amenities are shut down - even the fire ring in an area surounded by miles of concrete (but the gas grills are open?). No hot tub, skimpy paper bag breakfast, front desk clerk (Ray) was rude and when I said I was going to leave a negative review he said I was threatening him and refused to talk to me any more. Room 219 was horrible. Door to bedroom would not close (it was off the frame). Smelled horrible upon arrival like they were trying to cover up a bad smell from previous guest. Clearly they are just shutting down all services in an attempt to save money. Am staying right now in a Mainstay Suites hotel and I sat in the hot tub last night and made myself a waffle for breakfast. Avoid this property and look elsewhere.
This place may have been a casualty of Covid sanitation issues but I’m not sure
Reviewed 17 july, 2021
We stayed here for one night on a long layover. Check-in was great at the front desk staff are very friendly and accommodating and gave us a very warm welcome. When we checked in there was an older man who was in the lobby chatting up to the front desk staff as well as other guests. I assume he himself was a guest but I realize later he was either an employee or potentially some type of manager. Once we got to the room I called the front desk to request extra pillows and the old man I saw in the lobby was the one who brought me the pillows￼. What was so strange is that he brought me the pillows and then a stack of pillowcases. Like I was supposed to make the pillows up myself. I think this might have been the part where you get to feel like an actual resident at the Residence Inn you have to make your own bed. It was very strange. The room itself had clearly been the victim of what I’m assuming are cuts in housekeeping staff. You could tell that the room had not been kept up cleanliness wise aside from clean sheets and clean towels. Nothing above eye level had been dusted in quite some time. There was a very visible layer of dust on top of every picture frame and even the top of the headboard on the bed. There was quite an advanced cobweb stretching from the top of the headboard to the ceiling. There were visible greasy fingerprints from previous guests on the phone and the nightstand and the coffee table. Also, what was really gross was that there was a blob of toothpaste on the front of the bathroom vanity. And this was not the type of blob of toothpaste that falls out of the tube this is the type of blob that falls out of someone’s mouth because it’s kind of runny. I had no expectations at this place would be so poorly kept. I’m assuming they were skipping on housekeeping during the pandemic and just haven’t quite caught up or perhaps aren’t even trying at this point.