Hotels near Pearl District
“Travel can be one of the most rewarding forms of introspection.”
- Lawrence Durrell
Shedding its lackluster reputation as the Northwest Industrial District, the newly renamed The Pearl brims with swanky condos, boutiques, restaurants, wine bars and microbreweries. Some locals call this dog-friendly, park-filled neighborhood the "Little Doggie District," and local shop owners hand out dog treats by the handful. There are two award-winning parks worth visiting: Jamison Square for summer fun by the water, and Tanner Springs for a tranquil setting atop a natural spring. Getting around the Pearl District is easy: all the street names are in alphabetical and numerical order.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Pearl District

Fairfield Inn By Marriott Portland Airport
Fairfield Inn By Marriott Portland Airport
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3.7
270 reviews
11929 Ne Airport Way, Portland
from $76
Motel 6 Portland Central
Motel 6 Portland Central
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3.4
189 reviews
310406 Se Powell Dr, Portland
from $65
Quality Inn & Suites Airport
Quality Inn & Suites Airport
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3.9
954 reviews
9727 NE Sandy Blvd, Portland
from $75
Marriott Portland Downtown Waterfront
Marriott Portland Downtown Waterfront
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3.6
1411 reviews
1401 SW Naito Pkwy, Portland
from $179
Park Lane Suites and Inn
Park Lane Suites and Inn
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3.7
1543 reviews
809 Sw King Avenue, Portland
from $129
Oxford Suites Portland - Jantzen Beach
Oxford Suites Portland - Jantzen Beach
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4.1
1468 reviews
12226 N Jantzen Drive, Portland
from $109
Hotel Modera
Hotel Modera
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3.8
1476 reviews
515 Southwest Clay St, Portland
from $149
Travelodge Portland City Center
Travelodge Portland City Center
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3.1
496 reviews
2401 Sw 4th Ave, Portland
from $82
Hampton Inn Portland-Airport
Hampton Inn Portland-Airport
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4.1
302 reviews
8633 NE Airport Way, Portland
from $109
Inn At The Convention Center
Inn At The Convention Center
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2.7
1406 reviews
420 NE Holladay St, Portland
from $77
More About Hotels near Pearl District...

Shedding its lackluster reputation as the Northwest Industrial District, the newly renamed The Pearl brims with swanky condos, boutiques, restaurants, wine bars and microbreweries. Some locals call this dog-friendly, park-filled neighborhood the "Little Doggie District," and local shop owners hand out dog treats by the handful. There are two award-winning parks worth visiting: Jamison Square for summer fun by the water, and Tanner Springs for a tranquil setting atop a natural spring. Getting around the Pearl District is easy: all the street names are in alphabetical and numerical order.

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