Hipmunk's most popular hotels in Sellwood-Moreland
Points of Interest
Originally its own city, Sellwood was annexed by Portland in 1893. It is linked to southwest Portland by the Sellwood Bridge, the southernmost bridge in the city. Sellwood has art galleries and antique shops alongside restaurants and coffee shops. If you are looking for antiques, head to Antique Row on SE 13th Avenue. This neighborhood is pedestrian, family-friendly and offers easy parking.
Read more about Portland's Sellwood-Moreland on Hipmunk's Sellwood-Moreland Neighborhood Guide.
Yes, they've heard all the Portlandia jokes, but Portland stands by its quirks, indie bookstores, Alberta Arts District circus performers, reclaimed Rebuilding Center decor, Downtown farmers markets, and organic food carts, even after tastings of local gin on Distillery Row.
Read more about Portland on Hipmunk's Portland City Guide.
Hipmunk is the fastest, easiest way to plan travel. Hipmunk saves you time by comparing top hotel and travel sites to find cheap hotels and the best deals on hotel rooms. Our exclusive ecstasy sort takes into account price, hotel ratings and distance to your destination to find you the best deal on a hotel.