Where to Stay in Portland

Discover the perfect place to lay your head in the City of Roses.

From glamorous, high-rise hotels with luxury suites to cozy homes embedded within Portland’s many neighborhoods, lodging options throughout the city are as plentiful as they are unique.

Visitors looking to rough it have plenty of camping and glamping options, while those who want to fully embrace the city’s love of all things weird can opt for lodging that seriously rocks. Scroll down to learn more about where to stay in Portland.

Know Before You Go

In Oregon, all people ages 5 and up must wear masks in public indoor settings, regardless of vaccination status. Masks are also recommended in crowded outdoor settings where physical distancing is not possible.

Some Oregon businesses may require proof of vaccination and/or a recent negative COVID test as well. Please check with individual businesses on their policies before visiting, and continue to be patient, flexible and kind, especially if asked to mask up or share your vaccination status. These measures are in place to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Hotels in Portland

Use these guides to find the perfect local hotel for your trip to the Rose City.

Very Portland Lodging

In the city that likes to “keep it weird,” choose from interesting options, from gorgeous garden cabins to historic rock ‘n’ roll hotels.

Short-Term Rentals in Cully

Use the links below to search short-term vacation rental listings in and near Cully

Hostels & Guesthouses

  • Hostelling International – Northwest Portland

    This hostel occupies six buildings and includes 32 private rooms, 160 dorm beds and two apartments, as well as a café.

  • KEX Portland

    The world’s second location of this Icelandic social hotel features live music, beer, food and community programming in addition to 26 private rooms.

  • Lolo Pass

    This hostel-hotel hybrid offers shared dorms and private rooms, shared kitchen and laundry room, and a fifth-story rooftop bar.

  • Portland International Guesthouse

    European-style accommodations for the budget-minded, independent traveler include six clean, comfortable guestrooms and three shared baths.

  • The Society Hotel

    Built in 1881 as a haven for sailors, this historic cast-iron building was reinvented in 2015 as a unique hotel with bunk rooms, private rooms with shared bathrooms, and suites, as well as a private rooftop patio.

More Places to Stay

From campsites to bed and breakfasts, Portland's lodging options offer unexpected delights.

Planning Resources

Plan your trip to Portland using our guides to the city's tour offerings, public transportation and seasons.

Transportation

Portland transportation options include efficient public transit, miles of bike lanes, ride-share services and pedestrian-friendly city streets. Getting around the City of Roses is easier than you think.

Tours & Itineraries

Let local experts — and our targeted itineraries — offer inspiration for your time in and around Portland.

When to Visit

Portland is welcoming and lively year-round, with every month and season offering its own allures.