Hotels near Sellwood-Moreland
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Originally its own city, Sellwood was annexed by Portland in 1893. It is linked to southwest Portland by the Sellwood Bridge, the southernmost bridge in the city. Sellwood has art galleries and antique shops alongside restaurants and coffee shops. If you are looking for antiques, head to Antique Row on SE 13th Avenue. This neighborhood is pedestrian, family-friendly and offers easy parking.

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Crowne Plaza Portland Downtown Convention Center
Crowne Plaza Portland Downtown Convention Center
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4.0
1170 reviews
1441 NE 2nd Avenue, Portland
from $114
La Quinta Inn & Suites Portland NW
La Quinta Inn & Suites Portland NW
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3.8
246 reviews
4319 NW Yeon Avenue, Portland
from $94
Hotel Eastlund
Hotel Eastlund
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3.5
995 reviews
1021 NE Grand Avenue, Portland
from $189
Embassy Suites Portland Airport
Embassy Suites Portland Airport
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4.1
670 reviews
7900 Ne 82nd Ave, Portland
from $103
DoubleTree by Hilton Portland
DoubleTree by Hilton Portland
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3.7
1327 reviews
1000 NE Multnomah Street, Portland
from $113
Inn At The Convention Center
Inn At The Convention Center
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3.4
1390 reviews
420 NE Holladay St, Portland
from $77
Ramada Portland Airport
Ramada Portland Airport
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2.4
3554 reviews
6221 NE 82nd Ave, Portland
from $64
Holiday Inn Express & Suites Portland Airport
Holiday Inn Express & Suites Portland Airport
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3.9
404 reviews
11938 Ne Airport Way, Portland
from $117
Residence Inn Marriott Portland North Harbour
Residence Inn Marriott Portland North Harbour
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4.3
135 reviews
1250 N Anchor Way, Portland
from $119
Fairfield Inn By Marriott Portland Airport
Fairfield Inn By Marriott Portland Airport
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3.9
261 reviews
11929 Ne Airport Way, Portland
from $89
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Originally its own city, Sellwood was annexed by Portland in 1893. It is linked to southwest Portland by the Sellwood Bridge, the southernmost bridge in the city. Sellwood has art galleries and antique shops alongside restaurants and coffee shops. If you are looking for antiques, head to Antique Row on SE 13th Avenue. This neighborhood is pedestrian, family-friendly and offers easy parking.

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