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Econo Lodge Expo Center

542 reviews
+1 503-285-7777

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What’s an Econo Lodge Expo Center Room Include?

The Econo Lodge Expo Center offers rooms with one or two queen beds. All rooms include an iron and ironing board to keep your clothes in top shape after a long trip. Cable television and pay-per-view movies offer easy entertainment when you’re relaxing in your room. Select rooms also include a microwave and refrigerator so you can prepare small snacks or simple meals with ease.

What Amenities are Available?

You’ll enjoy a complimentary breakfast and free coffee each morning at this hotel to help you pad your travel budget. Though the offerings are not extensive, they will help you start the day with something quick and easy. If you’re in town on business, the copy and fax machines available for guests may come in handy. There is an extra fee for use of these machines. On-site outdoor parking is free.

How Much Will a Stay at Econo Lodge Expo Center Cost Me?

The Econo Lodge Expo Center is one of the cheapest hotels in Portland. Average room rates are $52 USD per night for one queen bed or $62 USD per night for two queen beds. Similar accommodations at nearby competitors like the Monticello Motel or Palms Motel run between $60 and $70 USD per night. Though amenities are not extensive, the complimentary breakfast adds to the value of this hotel.

What’s the Bottom Line?

If you’re looking for a cheap Portland hotel that covers your basics, the Econo Lodge Expo Center is a low-priced option that will fit in nearly any travel budget. This is an older location that has begun to show its age in some areas, but the offerings are appropriate for this price point, particularly in the Portland area where three-star accommodations easily top $200 USD per night. 

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405 NE Columbia Blvd.
Portland, OR 97211-1421
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User Highlights
"Friendly manager" "Properly cleaning"
85% found the staff to be very friendly.
86% said the reception staff was great.
Value for money
"Cheap motel" "Cheap hotel stay"
"Rough neighborhood" "Bad area of town"
Not enough parking facilities, according to 58%.
Difficult to access by car, said 60%.
"Noisy stay." "Air conditioner did not work"
79% didn't like the uncomfortable beds.
87% thought it was too noisy.
"Older building" "Pillows were old"
77% criticized the unstylish hotel.
Unfriendly atmosphere, according to 70%.
"Toilets didn't flush" "Broken door lock"
80% said rooms were dirty.
79% didn't like the uncomfortable beds.
"Dirty bed sheets" "Dirty everything"
80% said rooms were dirty.
94% said the bathroom was dirty.
"Older building" "Dingy floor"
93% thought the building wasn't nice.
100% thought the facilities needed updating.

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Furniture needs more attention
Shower can be a problem
Rooms could be cleaner
Beds need improvement
Expert Reviews
This budget motel bills itself as the inn at the Expo Center (not to be confused with the Convention Center downtown), but it’s actually two miles away. Yet in this industrial...