Hotels near Old Town-Chinatown
“A journey is a person in itself; no two are alike.”
- John Steinbeck
This historic neighborhood features renovated and original cast-iron buildings, the Japanese Historical Plaza, and the Chinatown Gate. At night the clubs open, and the streets fill with single scenesters along with some homeless regulars. The weekend daytime highlight is Saturday Market, a huge outdoor art market between Skidmore Fountain and Tom McCall Waterfront Park featuring handmade gifts, clothes and jewelry. Saturday Market is open both Saturday and Sunday, March through December. Don't be fooled by the red lanterns and Chinese signs: Chinatown is not the place to find an authentic Chinese meal. Locals go to southeast Portland, where most of the local Chinese population resides.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Old Town-Chinatown

Motel 6 Portland North
Motel 6 Portland North
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-1.0
1125 North Schmeer Rd, Portland
from $44
Shilo Inn Rose Garden - Oregon
Shilo Inn Rose Garden - Oregon
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3.3
621 reviews
1506 NE 2nd Avenue, Portland
from $89
Portland Pensione
Portland Pensione
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2.3
172 reviews
109 North East San Rafael Street, Portland
from $25
Monticello Motel
Monticello Motel
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4.1
106 reviews
4801 North Interstate Avenue, Portland
from $65
The Heathman Hotel
The Heathman Hotel
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3.8
569 reviews
1001 SW Broadway, Portland
from $143
Eastside Lodge
Eastside Lodge
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3.7
569 reviews
949 E Burnside St, Portland
from $77
Marriott Portland Downtown Waterfront
Marriott Portland Downtown Waterfront
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3.6
1488 reviews
1401 SW Naito Pkwy, Portland
from $179
Holiday Inn Express & Suites Portland Airport
Holiday Inn Express & Suites Portland Airport
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3.6
369 reviews
11938 Ne Airport Way, Portland
from $99
Comfort Inn and Suites Portland Airport
Comfort Inn and Suites Portland Airport
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4.0
256 reviews
5019 Ne 102nd Ave, Portland
from $89
Hyatt Place Portland Airport
Hyatt Place Portland Airport
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4.1
913 reviews
9750 NE Cascades Parkway, Portland
from $143
More About Hotels near Old Town-Chinatown...

This historic neighborhood features renovated and original cast-iron buildings, the Japanese Historical Plaza, and the Chinatown Gate. At night the clubs open, and the streets fill with single scenesters along with some homeless regulars. The weekend daytime highlight is Saturday Market, a huge outdoor art market between Skidmore Fountain and Tom McCall Waterfront Park featuring handmade gifts, clothes and jewelry. Saturday Market is open both Saturday and Sunday, March through December. Don't be fooled by the red lanterns and Chinese signs: Chinatown is not the place to find an authentic Chinese meal. Locals go to southeast Portland, where most of the local Chinese population resides.

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