Hotels near Belmont
Portland has many neighborhoods and quite a few of them show the distinctiveness of the city. The Belmont area is one such neighborhood. It’s trendy and popular with all ages of tourists and locals alike. Belmont is just a short distance from downtown, with its mainstream entertainment and shopping, and all of Portland’s popular attractions, like Tom McCall Waterfront Park, Lan Su Chinese Garden, Pittock Mansion and the upscale Pearl District.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Belmont

Hotel Rose
Hotel Rose
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3.8
1346 reviews
50 SW Morrison Street, Portland
from $149
Hilton Portland & Executive Tower
Hilton Portland & Executive Tower
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3.7
1613 reviews
921 SW 6th Ave, Portland
from $169
La Quinta Inn & Suites Portland NW
La Quinta Inn & Suites Portland NW
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3.8
248 reviews
4319 NW Yeon Avenue, Portland
from $94
Portland Marriott City Center
Portland Marriott City Center
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3.7
1019 reviews
520 Southwest Broadway, Portland
from $184
Comfort Suites Portland Airport
Comfort Suites Portland Airport
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4.1
547 reviews
12010 NE Airport Way, Portland
from $89
Courtyard Marriott City Center
Courtyard Marriott City Center
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3.8
1224 reviews
550 Sw Oak St, Portland
from $139
Econo Lodge Expo Center
Econo Lodge Expo Center
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2.6
258 reviews
405 NE Columbia Blvd, Portland
from $52
Rivers Edge Hotel and Spa
Rivers Edge Hotel and Spa
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3.8
805 reviews
0455 SW Hamilton CT, Portland
from $119
Travelodge Portland City Center
Travelodge Portland City Center
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3.1
496 reviews
2401 Sw 4th Ave, Portland
from $82
Marriott Portland Downtown Waterfront
Marriott Portland Downtown Waterfront
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3.6
1411 reviews
1401 SW Naito Pkwy, Portland
from $179
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Things to Do in This Hip Neighborhood

To experience a truly Portland feel, travelers must experience Belmont. It’s both a bustling district full of locally owned coffee shops, markets, and distinctive shops and restaurants, but also a large and beautiful residential area featuring some of the city’s oldest, most colorful and architecturally stunning homes. This diverse neighborhood has a completely different feel from other areas on Portland. There’s more of a bohemian vibe and finds many visitors hanging around outside when the weather is nice. The neighborhood is very dog-friendly and most eateries have outdoor seating for just this reason. Laurelhurst Park includes an off-leash area for pups and is a great place to spend an afternoon. The park has walking trails, a duck pond and picnic areas. In the summer, free Shakespeare in the Park performances take place here.

Staying and Getting Around

There is no light rail service in the Belmont area, but TriMet bus service runs all day and can get travelers to downtown Portland. Though parking is scarce, if a lot of sightseeing is expected, a rental car would be a smart decision. The airport is a quick drive up I-84 from the Belmont area, too. Spending a lot of time in the area and want a unique stay? The Jupiter Hotel offers minimalist rooms that are large and comfortable, bike rental and an on-site restaurant and bar, The Doug Fir Lounge, that hosts live music almost every day of the week. For more traditional lodging near main attractions, look to reserve a room close to the waterfront in downtown. The Hotel Rose Portland, a funky boutique hotel right across from the river has some of the most luxurious beds a traveler can hope for, free bicycle rentals and complimentary pineapple cupcakes. The Portland Marriott Downtown Waterfront is an upscale hotel with fantastic river views, concierge service, plush robes and private balconies.  

 

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