Hotels near Dr. Leo Ricen House
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The Dr. Leo Ricen House is a bungalow/craftsman home built in 1921 that is on the National Register of Historic Places. For those who enjoy seeing historical homes and a variety of architecture, will want to add this to their Portland visit. The home is located in the city’s Northwest District, which is packed with hidden gems, from tiny art galleries to popular restaurants that serve up regional specialties and classic comfort foods.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Dr. Leo Ricen House

Clarion Hotel Portland Airport
Clarion Hotel Portland Airport
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8.6
Excellent
11518 NE Glenn Widing Dr, Portland
from $78
River's Edge Hotel
River's Edge Hotel
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7.6
Good
0455 Southwest Hamilton Court, Portland
from $107
Hilton Portland
Hilton Portland
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8.3
Excellent
921 SW Sixth Avenue, Portland
from $120
Park Lane Suites and Inn
Park Lane Suites and Inn
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8.2
Excellent
809 Sw King Avenue, Portland
from $81
Courtyard Portland Downtown/Convention Center
Courtyard Portland Downtown/Convention Center
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8.7
Excellent
435 NE Wasco St, Portland
from $83
Jupiter Hotel
Jupiter Hotel
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7.8
Good
800 E Burnside St, Portland
from $89
Embassy Suites by Hilton Portland-Downtown
Embassy Suites by Hilton Portland-Downtown
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8.6
Excellent
319 SW Pine Street, Portland
from $119
The Hotel Zags Portland
The Hotel Zags Portland
515 Southwest Clay St, Portland
from $95
The Benson, a Coast Hotel
The Benson, a Coast Hotel
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9.2
Excellent
309 SW Broadway, Portland
from $119
Hotel Eastlund
Hotel Eastlund
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8.9
Excellent
1021 NE Grand Avenue, Portland
from $101
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Exploring the Northwest Neighborhoods

Northwest is primarily residential and industrial, but it has easy access to the Portland International Airport as well as many Portland attractions. From Dr. Leo Ricen House, one can walk to some of the area’s landmark restaurants and eateries, including Papa Haydn that has a dessert menu almost as large as the food menu, Besaw’s that is often suggested for their must-eat breakfasts and Salt & Straw, an ice cream parlor that serves up inventive combinations.

This neighborhood is where performance art fans will find some unusual and affordable venues. The Co Ho Theater and the Public Playhouse show small production plays, McMenamin’s Mission Theater and Pub plays films and other live shows and Cinema 21 gives visitors a chance to see some great indie and vintage films.

Where to Stay in Northwest Portland

It’s easy to find a place to stay in Northwest Portland that is close to the Dr. Leo Ricen House. The Silver Cloud Inn, near Forest Park, with its hiking and biking trails, is a smaller hotel that treats guests to free daily breakfast, a weekly guest reception, free parking, corporate shuttle van and more.

Looking to stay in a trendy hotel that’s convenient and gives you more than you pay for? The Inn at Northrup Station sits right on the streetcar line and gives guests complimentary ride tickets. Vibrant rooms make visitors happy, as does the free morning breakfast, wine tasting Wednesdays and the proximity to fabulous restaurants and fun shops.

Are you an expert? You might be if you stayed at a Holiday Inn Express last night. The Holiday Inn Express & Suites Northwest Downtown is an affordable lodging that offers almost everything except for the loud and busy city feel. Comfortable rooms, combined with free breakfast, a 24-hour business center and complimentary wireless Internet, make guests excited to stay outside of downtown Portland. A quick two-mile drive gets you into the center of the city and the airport is just as convenient, by light rail, car or taxi.