Hotels near Pearl District
“The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page.”
- Saint Augustine
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

Shilo Inn Suites Hotel - Portland Airport
Shilo Inn Suites Hotel - Portland Airport
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3.8
990 reviews
11707 Ne Airport Way, Portland
from $114
Ramada Portland Airport
Ramada Portland Airport
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2.5
3269 reviews
6221 NE 82nd Ave, Portland
from $51
The Paramount Hotel
The Paramount Hotel
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4.3
1279 reviews
808 SW Taylor St, Portland
from $149
Best Western Inn At The Meadows
Best Western Inn At The Meadows
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4.2
1180 reviews
1215 N Hayden Meadows Dr, Portland
from $95
Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Portland-NW Downtown
Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Portland-NW Downtown
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4.1
275 reviews
2333 Nw Vaughn St, Portland
from $168
River's Edge Hotel & Spa
River's Edge Hotel & Spa
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3.8
798 reviews
0455 Southwest Hamilton Court, Portland
from $160
The Nines
The Nines
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3.8
1044 reviews
525 SW Morrison Street, Portland
from $194
Hotel Modera
Hotel Modera
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3.8
1476 reviews
515 Southwest Clay St, Portland
from $149
Hilton Portland & Executive Tower
Hilton Portland & Executive Tower
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3.7
1634 reviews
921 SW 6th Ave, Portland
from $169
Courtyard Portland Downtown/Convention Center
Courtyard Portland Downtown/Convention Center
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3.7
933 reviews
435 NE Wasco Street, Portland
from $119
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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