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Shilo Inns Portland Airport

11707 NE Airport Way, Portland, OR 97220-1075
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#63 of 160 hotels in Portland
Portland's natural beauty, mild climate, and friendly people will be enhanced when you stay at the newly updated Shilo Inns located near the Portland Airport. Catering to Portland's business travelers and vacationers to the great Northwest, the 200 room full service conference hotel has over 10,400 sq. ft of flexible meeting space. Children 17 and under always stay free with an adult at Shilo Inns. Dogs welcome with nominal fee.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
Bar / lounge
Kids stay free
Children's television networks
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Hot bath
Pool / beach towels
Indoor pool
Heated pool
Shallow end in pool
Coffee shop
Breakfast available
Complimentary Instant Coffee
Complimentary tea
Kids' meals
Snack bar
Wine / champagne
Vending machine
Highchairs available
Free airport transportation
Business Centre with Internet Access
Conference facilities
Banquet room
Meeting rooms
Non-smoking hotel
ATM on site
24-hour front desk
Self-serve laundry
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Blackout curtains
Air conditioning
Interconnected rooms available
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Private bathrooms
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Jeffrey Young wrote a review Aug 2022
Rancho Mirage, California1 contribution
I booked a night before a flight out of Portland after being put up here previously by Alaska Airlines after a terrible customer service experience. My last stay was ok, so I thought I'll try it again. I booked through Priceline (accumulating those coupons that never can be used - story for another day). I should have known that on my second stay it would be hell. The reviews were not favorable, but I ignored them because of my prior experience. I have polyneuropathy. It reduces my mobility and tires me out. I also have a neuroma on my right foot that has made walking long distances painful. The check in was ok, the person working the desk was nice as I remember. But she put me on the fourth floor at the FAR END. Now, I could understand her reasoning, but I am MOBILITY IMPAIRED. It was a serious hike just to the elevator to get downstairs. On to the room service/Bella restaurant. I wanted to order room services, but the guy on the phone discouraged it because "there was only him working." Seriously? I was hungry, I made the trek through Hell's half acre to get to the other end of the hotel where the restaurant was. I sat down, put my room key on the lounge counter and ordered dinner. I finished my dinner and was ready to pay. Now, the @#*$% informs me that room charges are not accepted? Excuse me? I just paid $205 for a room and put a card on file and the restaurant is "not part of hotel." Now we're not done yet. I am dog tired from four roundtrips through this hotel. I crawl into bed and set my alarm. When I woke up and went to put on my glasses, I couldn't find them. I look all over and thought "Maybe they slipped under the bed. So I get down on my hands and knees and look under the bed. I didn't find my glasses, but I did find the USED CONDOM left by the last occupant! I'm done for at this point. I just wanted out. I packed up and started to make my way down for my scheduled airport shuttle. It is taking me a while to walk. I hear my room phone ringing. I go back to answer it (crickets). I get downstairs, and the airport shuttle has left because "they couldn't reach me" and there were other passengers. The shuttle driver was nice and came back to get me, but the other passengers were grousing. Something about "he doesn't look disabled." Takeaways: 1. If you don't want Priceline bookings Shilo Inns - stop selling your rooms there. 2. Disability comes in all shapes and sizes. Mobility impairment is more than a wheelchair or age. 3. YOUR MAIDS NEED TO CLEAN UNDER THE BEDS TOO.
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Date of stay: August 2022
Room Tip: Choose a room at another hotel. The free shuttle doesn't make up for it.
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fWilma Y wrote a review Jun 2022
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Very large rooms with a separate seating area. Not very busy, explains slow service in the restaurant. I traveled with 2 friends. They were able to check in early for $25.00. When I called the hotel in advance to see if early check in as available,no one mentioned this fee. My room was not ready, so I left my bags in my friend's room. I checked in with no problems. When I was getting readyfor bed, there was a baby bottle lid between the bed and nightstand. There was hair on the bathroom floor, publc hair in the shower, and a dirty wash cloth hanging on the shower rod. I will not be returning.
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Date of stay: June 2022Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Traveler42 wrote a review Apr 2022
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We were staying at a competitor hotel. We were waiting for the shuttle to the Portland airport early in the morning. The shuttle for Shilo pulled up and the drive came into the lobby and said that the drive for the shuttle from the competitor's hotel was in an accident just down the road and had hit a tree. He had stopped to help the drive who was pinned in the front seat and waited until EMS arrived., then he came over to the competitor's hotel to tell them what had happened. It turned out that the drive was also the night manager, so no one was left to tell. We finial found the woman who was preparing the breakfast and she started attempting to contact someone. We started to wonder about how we would get to the airport and the Shilo driver said he would take us. He called his base and explained what had happened and that he was running us to the. Bob, the shuttle drive became our hero just like that. Not only did he stop at the accident, but he came to contact a competitor and to help us all on his own. This spoke highly of him but also of his employer (Shilo Inn) for having employees that care greatly for others even if they are at a competing hotel. Next time we are in Portland we will be at Shilo.
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Date of stay: April 2022
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sunfl0wer52 wrote a review Feb 2022
Longview, Washington7 contributions17 helpful votes
My husband and I have used the Portland Oregon Airport Shilo Inn for many years as our pre-flight hotel. We appreciated the veterans' rate, the free breakfast, and an evening beverage in the lounge. Through the years the free breakfast and the beverage have disappeared, which is a shame, but business is business. The rooms, however, have always been comfortable and clean. We booked a room on Friday, January 14, 2022, in preparation to an early flight. We were assigned room 113, and that room was a true disappointment and not up to the standards we expect from Shilo Inns. The carpet was worn and stained and not very well vacuumed as there were mixed nuts on the floor. When we reached behind the bedstand to plug something in, we discovered candy wrappers and a lot of dirt and dust. The table in the room had crumbs on it from the previous stay. There was no shower curtain or cups for making coffee in the morning; only a small amount of toilet paper on the roll and no extra so we used Kleenex. There were drops of something on the ceiling above the beds which may or may not have been blood. We would have asked to change rooms, but after checking in we dropped the bags in the room and went out to dinner. After dinner we just wanted to go to sleep due to our early flight out and the beds seemed clean. I am sorry to say that we are looking at other hotels in the Portland Airport area for any future preflight stays.
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Date of stay: January 2022
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kevin wrote a review Dec 2021
Longview, Washington542 contributions201 helpful votes
The room was spacious, nice with separate living room. Not 5-star because of the restaurant. Victor made the shuttle service the main event at this hotel! After a horrible day of fighting airlines his humor was a breath of fresh air. He handled our 250 lbs of luggage even to the point of helping us get the 3-luggage carts up to our room. He went above and beyond! Stay away from the restaurant. Server was great. Bartender was fun. I asked him to make me his favorite gin drinks which he did expertly! The cook horrible! I ordered the $42 rib-eye and asked it to be very rare, "I want it to bleed on my plate when I slice it". It came well-done and dry. I gave a slice of it to the server and asked her to show it to the cook. At check out Fernando was rude. The entire staff was upfront talking in Spanish. They didn't know I co-authored 5 Spanish college text books. I asked for an adjustment on my bill and he said no. The things which were said to each other in Spanish about us were offensive. I took my $30 tip off the table and paid the $140 bill in cash. This is the only restaurant within walking distance and I refused to be forced to eat there every day. Instead of staying the additional 5-nights until our next flight, we transferred to the Marriott across the street. Do not use the restaurant! Its called "Bello" something but outside it says Shilo Restaurant. It has only been open a few months. No wonder there were only two other people eating besides my wife and I.
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Date of stay: December 2021
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mardi c wrote a review Nov 2021
New Orleans, Louisiana112 contributions51 helpful votes
giant room for a two bed. included a living room, and several television sets. LOL the pool is giant, the staff is over the top. Great location for the price. I've stayed near here many times, but I'm all about this spot now. comfy beds, and lovely gathering spots.
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Date of stay: June 2021
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B S wrote a review Sep 2021
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I would give this place Negative stars if possible. This is/was the absolute worst hotel I have ever been/stayed at in my entire life!! I have never had to urgently find a new hotel to stay at, at midnight, EVER!! I am a normal business guy, and was profiled and then followed through this hotel by the staff. While being followed, I was repeatedly told to "Get out." Which made no sense, when asking for a supervisor/manager to explain these actions, the only supervisor on duty is the male individual profiling/following you through the hotel. When turning towards the elevators another unknown supervisor/manager immediately shows up out of nowhere and states they are on duty, still no name, badge, or mask... The hotel then proceeded to tell me that I was no longer entitled to my own belongings before I left the property. They threatened to call the Portland Police on me (which was an idle threat), and then tried to lock me out of the room that I paid for, which took multiple returns back to the front desk to fix. The staff was literally the absolute worst group of people I have ever seen. Rather than confirm that the customer might actually be right, they just jump to some conclusion that thinks they are entitled to enforce. The second so called supervisor refused to put on a mask, which was on her wrist, even after I pointed out that, it was my original frustration to get yelled at for something I was already wearing. Upon finally gaining access to my room again, after multiple elevator trips, and the original "supervisors" no longer being anywhere in the area or visible, I was able to access my room once again. After looking at the bathroom, beds, and chairs nothing was clean, all the sheets/bedding were dirty, the bathroom was flooding, and the chairs were covered in unknown substances. On top of the hotel trying to kick me out and then steal my stuff. They then completely removed my reservation from their system, and refused to authorize a refund to my CC for not even staying at their hotel, but were still trying to charge me. How can you charge a reservation you blatantly try remove to cover your staffs butts. After multiple dispute phone calls to the CC the charges were reversed finally. Their corporate offices and HR also had to be contacted because of these issues, and surveillance cameras had to be reviewed of the entire interaction, to which they still tried to lie about. Just find somewhere else
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Date of stay: September 2021
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Trip type: Travelled on business
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K P wrote a review Sep 2021
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My co-worker booked a hotel room a week prior to our arrival date and when we arrived at 5 pm, the rooms were not available. We had a 5 am flight the next morning and offered to go have dinner and come back to give them more time to get the rooms ready. We returned at 7:30 pm and there still was not a room available. We then went to the shopping complex nearby to kill more time and getting tired and ready for bed, came back at 9 pm and still had to wait another 40 minutes before our room was ready. When we got to the room, it was dirty, had a cigarette burn on the couch, and wreaked of cigarette smoke. The woman working the front desk apologized but offered no other resolution for rooms that may have been available or a discount for having to wait so late to get a "clean" room.
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Date of stay: August 2021
Trip type: Travelled on business
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Stay73340 wrote a review Sep 2021
3 contributions1 helpful vote
[TL;DR: Dirty first room, after multiple attempts, finally got acceptable room] This is the first hotel I ever thought about walking out of, even though I got in late with my family and was leaving the next morning. I picked the Shilo Inn due to a deal on a travel site, but when I checked in, I quickly found out why. For what it's worth, the airport shuttle was prompt and friendly as were the night staff at the front desk. But the first room I received was disturbing. First, it was down the hall from a ballroom that had loud music thundering down the halls at 11pm. Then there was the coffee machine (as pathetic as it was) that looked like it had bled to death, complete.with a rivulet of coffee sludge dried up beside it. After that, overlooking the pen stains on the bed sheets, it was the carpet that concerned me the most. It looked like a cross between a spring break party and a murderer scene had occurred in the room and was half-heartedly cleaned theup (Ok,.. I may be overstating things a bit, and letting my creative nature flow,.. but I'm also not entirely wrong - I mean, I sure as hell wouldn't walk anywhere barefoot on that carpet). There was also the smell - that of an unknown offensive odor, covered by an unknown cleaning solution. Suffice it to say, I respectfully requested another room, preferably with two queen beds, as after the last room, I didn't want to open a pull out couch to discover any potential horrors. I should also mention, at least on the first floor, almost every room had a yellowish white stain outside of the door, which was a little off-putting. The next room was cleaner, but was the same configuration. The third room was on the top floor and the keys didn't work. But after my fourth trip to the front desk, I finally got a (cleaner) room with two queen beds that looked like it had been refreshed sometime in the last decade, which was better than I can say for the first room. To sum it up, my wife simply said, "Put this one on the list of places we are never coming to again!" So yeah,.. we won't be coming back.
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Date of stay: September 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: If you can't avoid the Shilo Inn, try to avoid the first floor.
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ginger007spy wrote a review Jul 2021
Arizona5 contributions3 helpful votes
I stayed at Shilo Inn a few days ago and here is the rundown. The Good • Free Parking • Large Rooms • Decent Size Pool The Bad When we arrived the front desk attendant checked us into a dirty room. I was traveling with a senior citizen and a disabled child so that wasn’t helpful right off the bat especially with Covid, we walked into a dirty room. I then went and alerted the front desk and they checked me into a new room, so we had to cart all our luggage to another room on another floor. When we checked into this new room, the room was clean-ish. Whoever made the beds did a poor job as it was all lumpy and there weren’t enough towels for everyone, 2 towels for 3 people doesn’t work. I called the front desk and was told we would get towels but they weren’t provided to us until late at night and we got there late in the afternoon so that wasn’t fun. In the pool area, the hot tub was out of order and there were no towels for guests in the area. I went and asked if there were pool towels and the front desk attendant said she would bring some to the pool in 10 minutes, that never happened. So, me and my disabled relative had to walk back to our rooms wet and dripping as I have never been to a hotel that didn’t provide towels in the pool area. Other guests had the same problem. This causes a slipping hazard for guests and staff. Reservation Issue: I made the reservation on Orbitz, I selected the reserve now and pay later option. When I arrived, I gave them a different card to charge the room on as I have always done without any issues over the MANY years I have used Orbitz to book rooms. Shilo not only charged the card I gave them, but they also placed a hold on the card I had used to make the reservation hold. This has NEVER happened to me before in all the years I have been travelling. They said that even though a guest can pay with a different card on arrival, they will hold the entire amount on the card you used to hold the reservation the day of the reservation. That makes no sense at all! So now I had a credit card charge and a hold tying up my funds on my other card. It took nearly a week before those charges fell off. The Room: While the room was large, it was incredibly outdated and was not cleaned well. They need to do some renovations and remove the old tv’s and old broken shelves, fixtures, lighting. It was like stepping into 1993. At midnight, someone kept knocking on our door which freaked us out. Unfortunately, the phone in our room would not work so we couldn’t call down to the front desk for security. Eventually, they went away but it was a little scary. So much for guest safety. The Staff: While the staff was okay, I would urge the management to make sure staff is discernable from guests in their dress and grooming. I found their attire very unprofessional. When you are in a public facing job where you are welcoming travelers, you shouldn’t be dressed like you are getting ready to do yard work. It gives a poor first impression of the property. Needless to say, it was a rotten stay all around and I will NEVER stay at this nor any other Shilo Inn EVER!
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Date of stay: July 2021
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Frequently Asked Questions about Shilo Inns Portland Airport
Which popular attractions are close to Shilo Inns Portland Airport?
Nearby attractions include The Grotto - National Sanctuary of Our Sorrowful Mother (1.2 km), Tac-Ops Indoor Airsoft (0.9 km), and The Story Garden (1.1 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Shilo Inns Portland Airport?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an indoor pool, free wifi, and an on-site restaurant.
Which room amenities are available at Shilo Inns Portland Airport?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at Shilo Inns Portland Airport?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Shilo Inns Portland Airport?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Shilo Inns Portland Airport?
Conveniently located restaurants include Bistro 23, Shari's Cafe and Pies, and Sidelines Restaurant & Sports.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Shilo Inns Portland Airport?
Yes, guests have access to an indoor pool, a fitness centre, and a sauna during their stay.
Does Shilo Inns Portland Airport have airport transportation?
Yes, Shilo Inns Portland Airport offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are pets allowed at Shilo Inns Portland Airport?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Does Shilo Inns Portland Airport offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers a business centre, meeting rooms, and a banquet room.
Are there any historical sites close to Shilo Inns Portland Airport?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Benson Bridge (7.3 km).