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Saída até: 11:00
<h3>Localização Do Estabelecimento</h3> Uma estadia The Hi-Lo, Autograph Collection coloca-o no coração de Portland, a 15 minutos a pé de Roseland Theater e de Auditório Keller. Este hotel de 4 estrelas está a 1,8 km (1,1 mi) de Moda Center e a 2,1 km (1,3 mi) de Oregon Convention Center. As distâncias são apresentadas à 0,1 milha e ao quilómetro mais próximo. <br> - Pioneer Place - 0,4 km/0,2 mi<br> - Pioneer Square - 0,4 km/0,2 mi<br> - Roseland Theater - 0,5 km/0,3 mi<br> - Star Theater Portland - 0,5 km/0,3 mi<br> - Jardim Chinês Lan Su - 0,6 km/0,4 mi<br> - Burnside Bridge - 0,6 km/0,4 ...
320 SW Stark St, Portland (Oregon), OR 97204, USA - Oregon, Oregon - Estados Unidos - 97204
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Saída até: 11:00
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Avaliou em 4 de julho de 2017
Hotel super chique no centro de Portland proximo a lojas da Apple, da Nike, Ross, Target e muitas outras. Restaurantes e casas noturnas complementam esse local. Hotel super confortável, elegante e com atendimento do pessoal simplesmente sensacional. Bar interno e café da manhã muito bons.
Comfortable bed and pillows. Terrible room acoustics
Avaliou em 22 de maio de 2022
Central location to many areas and located right by some awesome food trucks however the neighborhood is desolate and by some strip clubs. Comfortable bed and pillows. Staff was nice. Great shower head water pressure. Room needed some better daily maintenance (wall nicks/scuffs, chipped edge on bathroom mirror, cracked glass tile in the shower) Terrible room acoustics. Could hear literally everything going on in the room next door (their toilet seat lid opening and closing, their tv on and I even heard a fart, no joke.)
Incredibly nice people!
Avaliou em 18 de maio de 2022
A portion of our family recently stayed at the Hi-LO. While the rooms were comfortable and the food in the restaurant was excellent, what impressed us most was the friendliness and kindness of the people who worked there. Without exception everyone (receptionists, door people, bartenders and cleaning people) was cheerful and helpful.
Avaliou em 27 de março de 2022
I stayed at the Hi-Lo Hotel in March while in town for a work conference. The hotel itself was wonderful. The staff were incredibly helpful and friendly. On my last morning there, I had to ship some things back that wouldn't fit in my luggage and Aalayah went above and beyond to help me get my shipping label printed and get my package picked up by USPS. The hotel does have valet parking, and the desk was usually staffed and they would also open main door for you as you came and went. The room itself was a good size and had high ceilings. I had a room with 2 double beds and they were very comfortable. The beds were fairly low which wasn't a problem for me, but could be a problem for others. The room had excellent windows and daylight. The view was nothing spectacular and looked out on to a parking lot with food carts. You heard some street noise, but it was fairly quiet after 10 PM. The soundproofing between rooms was excellent as I never heard any of my neighbors above or next door. The bathroom was spacious and had a rainfall shower and an hose attachment. Inside the shower, they had shampoo, lotion, and body wash mounted on the wall. Next to the sink, they had liquid hand soap and lotion mounted to the wall as well. The room did not have a lot of storage. It had a space to hang some things and 2 drawers- and one had a safe and iron inside. There was a cabinet above the area to hang things, but I was too short to use it. I guess if you were one person or only staying a night or two it might have been okay. I didn't utilize most of the amenities of the hotel, but they did have filtered water and ice on each floor. They also had ice buckets and empty carafes for you to fill and bring back to your room. There was a microwave in this area as well, but the rooms didn't have a refrigerator. The location of the hotel was okay. It is only a few blocks away from a green/yellow or blue/red TriMet station. I used the green line to get to and from the Convention Center easily (there is also a Starbucks at that station). Depending on your timing, once you were on the Tri-Met, it took about 15 minutes to get to the Convention Center. You are also a few blocks (~5 min walk) from a Stumptown Coffee and VooDoo Doughnuts. There are also several other restaurants within walking distance. There are a few parking lots on the street across from the hotel, but the hotel warned us that break ins have happened at those lots. Sure enough, when we walked by, there was a car with a smashed window. We opted to use the hotel's valet which was $48 per night and the car was kept in a private garage off site. When we called for the vehicle, it was ready within 10-15 minutes. The location of the hotel felt fairly safe, but another member of my party felt a bit more on edge in the area. It really depends on what your comfort levels are. I would say the hotel is on the outer area of "downtown" so you will see tents on the sidewalks. If that is something that worries you, maybe just be prepared to rely on Uber/Lyft to get around instead of walking. If you do decide that walking works for you, just be aware of your surroundings.
The Hi-Lo has a lot of potential, but it just isn't quite there
Avaliou em 29 de janeiro de 2022
I recently stayed one night at the Hi-Lo Hotel while on a layover in Portland, Oregon. I was quite excited when I found this property given its historical significance and uniqueness. It’s part of Marriott’s Autograph Collection so I had absolutely no concerns about the cleanliness or value for money. Upon arriving, I had to be buzzed in by the front desk agent. While I understand why each guest is buzzed in given the hotel's location, it did feel a bit awkward and unsettling needing to be "allowed in" to what is supposed to be a premium hotel. It isn’t the most inviting entrance either, but I appreciated the historical plaques outside that explained a bit of the building's pastime. I've stayed in many different hotels in major cities across the world and have never seen anything to this degree. Personally, I think it would be much more welcoming if the guest simply received a PIN to enter into a keypad, or if they had a bellman to greet guests as they arrive, or even simply just have key carded elevators like many hotels in major cities do. I booked a King Deluxe with a City View and was assigned room 408. When I got settled into my room, I began to notice some issues. Underneath the couch cushions hadn't been cleaned and there were crumbs scattered everywhere. There was a candy wrapper under the couch, and a lone sock that was left by the previous guest in one of the closet cubbies. I understand that mistakes do happen and sometimes housekeeping will miss things, but this room was obviously not thoroughly cleaned between guests which is totally unacceptable. When I went downstairs to see about getting a different room, the agent explained that each room is cleaned after each guest is checked out, but she wasn’t sure what the cleaning procedures for their couches were. I found this all a bit confusing given that the couch is part of the room and therefore should receive just as much attention for cleaning as everything else. I decided not to push the matter at the time because she was the only one there to run the desk and was friendly enough when I had first arrived. I was reassigned to room 522, which while she did inform me ahead of time didn’t have a view, she didn’t tell me it was a different (and appeared to be a downgraded) room type. This room appeared to be a bit smaller and looked more like the standard rooms which are a bit cheaper. I was never offered a refund for the difference in price upon being switched to this smaller, room either. It was, however, clean for the most part except for a single chocolate chip that was left under the cushions of the much smaller couch by the last guest that had occupied this room. With all this being said I think this hotel does have a lot of potential! The bed was very comfortable, and I really liked the overall design of the property and enjoyed the glass for filtered water that is provided in the room. I also loved all the little details like the gold accents in the bathroom, and the reclaimed Pioneer Millworks wood on the accent walls. The hotel's location is just a few blocks from the MAX Light Rail and isn’t too far of a walk from Downtown Portland. With a little bit more upkeep and better housekeeping, I think this hotel has the potential to live up to the Autograph Collection brand. Unfortunately, there were quite a few flaws with my stay at the Hi-Lo. Next time my travels bring me to Portland, I’ll likely select a different property to stay at unless the price here is significantly lower than the rate I paid for this stay.