Portland Extended Stay lists the 2010 winners of Portland's "Best Extended Stay Hotels." Additionally, the site offers suggestions for a number of bargain restaurants in town.
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Portland's Best Extended Stay Inns and Hotels
2010 winners include ones suitable for business and family travel.
Extended stay lodging varies from rather basic and functional up to rather
Some of these hotels provide full kitchens including dishwasher, pots and silverware. Others only provide refrigerators and microwaves.
The hotels listed here span a range of neighborhoods including downtown, near the airport and in Vancouver, WA.
This site provides an objective comparison of these hotels, along with maps and links to click through if you'd like to check rates and availability on any of these hotels.
2010 Best Portland Extended Stay Hotels:
Just off the walking path along Waterfront Park, this Residence Inn got a AAA three-diamond
rating. Rooms come with a nicely equipped kitchen.
This is a classic old hotel in downtown Portland which has been nicely renovated.
The rooms are quite spacious with large seating areas and flat-screen TVs.
Great prices compared with most hotels in the area. The Extended StayAmerica isn't fancy,
but it provides good value and amenities most long-term travelers want.
Located a short walk away from the Columbia River (and a couple miles from the airport),
SpringHill Suites' rooms are mini-suites with refrigerators and microwaves.
The Hospitality Inn is a little southwest of downtown Portland, and relatively easy to get to.
The rooms are spacious and the hotel was recently renovated.
Rather new suites hotel is an excellent extended stay option, particularly since they
have full kitchens, down to the pots and dishes.