Hotels near North Park Blocks
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It’s always nice to see what the locals do when traveling. Portland’s North Park Blocks are some of the original park areas of the town, being dedicated to the city in 1869 by Captain John Couch. These blocks are a great way to people-watch, but also relax and enjoy the weather. If your Portland adventure involves being downtown, you’ll definitely want to make time in your schedule to take a stroll through this green space.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near North Park Blocks

Fairfield Inn & Suites Portland Airport
Fairfield Inn & Suites Portland Airport
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8.1
Excellent
11929 NE Airport Way, Portland
from $89
Inn at the Convention Center
Inn at the Convention Center
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7.4
Good
420 Northeast Holiday St, Portland
from $77
Holiday Inn Portland-Airport (I-205)
Holiday Inn Portland-Airport (I-205)
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7.5
Good
8439 Ne Columbia Boulevard, Portland
from $99
Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, Portland Delta Park, OR
Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, Portland Delta Park, OR
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8.2
Excellent
9930 North Whitaker Rd., Portland
from $95
Econo Lodge Expo Center
Econo Lodge Expo Center
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5.6
Fair
405 NE Columbia Blvd., Portland
from $52
Radisson Hotel Portland Airport
Radisson Hotel Portland Airport
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8.6
Excellent
6233 North East 78th Court, Portland
from $99
Hyatt Place Portland Airport/Cascade Station
Hyatt Place Portland Airport/Cascade Station
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8.7
Excellent
9750 Northeast Cascades Pkwy, PORTLAND
from $121
SpringHill Suites Portland Airport
SpringHill Suites Portland Airport
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8.4
Excellent
11922 NE Airport Way, Portland
from $99
Travelodge Portland City Center
Travelodge Portland City Center
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7.3
Good
2401 SouthWest 4th Ave, Portland
from $71
Rivers Edge Hotel and Spa
Rivers Edge Hotel and Spa
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7.6
Good
0455 SW Hamilton CT, Portland
from $97
More About Hotels near North Park Blocks...

Getting Active on Your Portland Visit

Over the years, the North Park Blocks evolved from a residential space to one that felt inviting to locals. Trees were planted and recreational areas were put in, making it more popular and giving it more character. The city was gifted with a full-size Shang Dynasty replica statue of elephants from Huo Baozhu, a Chinese businessman, and it was put in the North Park Blocks for children to interact with them.

Now, you can also find other appealing features here. The North Park Blocks have a basketball court, bocce ball court, play areas for the kids with fun rubberized surfaces, other statues and walking paths. Around the historical blocks you’ll find Portland landmarks including Powell’s City of Books, the Roseland Theater, Providence Park where the Portland Timbers soccer team play and Chinatown where the Lan Su Chinese Garden is located. A short walk away will find you walking along the Willamette River, browsing stalls at the Portland Saturday Market or standing in line for a bacon maple bar – or some other original combination – at VooDoo Doughnut.

Staying Near the North Park Blocks

The park blocks are surrounded by upscale condominiums, unique shops and restaurants, but it’s easy to find accommodations near these six relaxing blocks. Many of the hotels in downtown Portland are conveniently located and are easily within walking distance of the park blocks.

Trendy hotels nearby allow visitors to splurge a bit on luxury stays. The Hotel Lucia treats guests to delicious Pacific Northwest cuisine, local artwork and exceptional personalized service. The Hotel Vintage Plaza offers guests a boutique experience right in the middle of the action. It centers around locally-made wine and features an evening wine hour as well as other wine-related events year-round. Visitors can easily explore both downtown and the Pearl District from these accommodations.

Visitors on a budget can check into McMenamin’s Crystal Hotel, attached to the Crystal Ballroom. The rooms feature handmade and colorful headboards and exude a rock-and-roll feel. The hotel itself is pet-friendly and some rooms offer private baths and others offer shared private baths with other rooms. If you like to go out for a cocktail or see local shows, staying at McMenamin’s has both of these extras right on-site, so you don’t have to go too far or drive anywhere, necessitating a designated driver. The neighborhood is quite lively in the evening.