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Portland is nothing if not historical. The Day Building, a three-story apartment building built in 1904 with classical columns. The house was once damaged in a fire, but has been restored to its former glory and is now on the National Register of Historic Places. It is located in Portland’s Pearl District, which is packed full of one-of-a-kind boutique shops and some of the city’s best, and most popular, restaurants.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Day Building

Comfort Inn and Suites Portland Airport
Comfort Inn and Suites Portland Airport
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4.0
5019 Ne 102nd Ave, Portland
from $89
Motel 6 Portland Central
Motel 6 Portland Central
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3.2
3104 Se Powell Dr, Portland
from $69
Sentinel
Sentinel
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4.5
614 SW 11th Avenue, Portland
from $194
The Benson, a Coast Hotel
The Benson, a Coast Hotel
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4.2
309 SW Broadway, Portland
from $179
Kimpton Hotel Monaco Portland
Kimpton Hotel Monaco Portland
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4.3
506 SW Washington St, Portland
from $189
Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Portland-NW Downtown
from $162
Shilo Inn Rose Garden - Oregon
Shilo Inn Rose Garden - Oregon
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3.4
1506 NE 2nd Avenue, Portland
from $102
Hampton Inn Portland-Airport
Hampton Inn Portland-Airport
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4.2
8633 NE Airport Way, Portland
from $109
Residence Inn Marriott Portland North Harbour
Residence Inn Marriott Portland North Harbour
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4.1
1250 N Anchor Way, Portland
from $119
Briarwood Suites
Briarwood Suites
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2.9
7740 Se Powell Blvd, Portland
from $58
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What to See and Do Near Portland’s Day Building

There are many things to do in the Pearl District and Nob Hill for those that love a bit – or a lot – of retail therapy. For unusual gifts or souvenirs, NW 23rd is your best bet for finding that perfect little something, whether it be clothing, beauty products or a toy for your favorite little one. Many of the smaller shops and cafés are located in historic homes, so if you like unusual architecture, even just strolling along the street can be fun.

While you may not save too much in this area if you do more than window shop and browse, Oregon offers tax-free shopping, so the price on the tag is the price you pay. The Portland Streetcar makes stops along NW 23rd and can be taken into downtown Portland quickly and easily. This is also a great area for those that like to go drinking or dancing. The nightlife is hopping and there is a bar or club for everyone’s taste.

The neighborhood around the Day Building is very walkable and serviced by public transportation. There are some public pay lots here, but mostly the metered street parking is all there is and quite frustrating for visitors as well as locals. Once you find a spot, you won’t want to move, so it can be less stressful to just take the bus or streetcar.

Staying Around the Day Building

Students and those on a strict budget can really pinch their pennies at Northwest Portland Hostel*. It is housed in two historic buildings and even offers private rooms for those that aren’t into sharing with strangers. Get a taste of what it’s like to live like a local with great rentals through companies like Airbnb.

Not on quite so much of a tight budget? Park Lane Suites & Inn offer rooms with full kitchens and hotel amenities – free Wi-Fi, business center and guest parking – at affordable rates. Take a trip to the grocery store and make some of your own meals. Make sure to splurge on some Portland dining experiences, as it is a particularly popular foodie destination.

Want to feel taken care of? Reserve a room at the Hotel deluxe, where black and white Hollywood photos adorn the lobby, a pop-up cinema plays classics, a menu of menus awaits (choose your own pillow, borrow an iPod with preloaded playlists, enjoy expertly paired bites and sips) and a pint of handmade gourmet ice cream will be delivered to you upon request. Can you even begin to imagine the comfort of your room? You might become so spoiled, you’ll dread going home.  

 

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