See why so many travellers make Rodeway Inn & Suites Portland their hotel of choice when visiting Portland. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a budget friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Portland, Rodeway Inn & Suites Portland is located a short distance from Willamette Stone State Heritage Site (2.0 mi) and Alpenrose Dairy (2.9 mi).
The rooms offer air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Rodeway Inn & Suites Portland features 24 hour front desk and express check-in and check-out. In addition, as a valued Rodeway Inn & Suites Portland guest, you can enjoy breakfast that is available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Outback Steakhouse, Canyon Grill, and The 9900, which are some steakhouses that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular monuments and statues such as Oregon Holocaust Memorial, Portlandia, and Vietnam Veterans Living Memorial.
At Rodeway Inn & Suites Portland, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Portland.
Cons: The room had very obvious pre-existing damage. The bathroom sink drained extremely slowly to the point of almost overflowing if you washed your hands properly. There was a strong smell of smoke in the hallways. Pros: Friendly staff.
These guys are thieves. I am checking if there is any possibility to give zero stars. The management and the cleaning maids everyone works as a team to rob the guests’s stuff. I was outside the whole day, and as soon as I entered my room, I found all my stuff was gone. They stole even my toothbrushes. I had given complaint to front office guy (When I asked his name, he was reluctant to give) right away. His response was like I will check further. There was no response. I checked with them again the next morning. And the lady this time who was at the laundry area, seems like wife of the guy I had a word with yesterday, she tried to stop me while I was trying to approach front desk. She right away told we checked all the cameras and we did not find anything. They took my number and told they will call me when there is any response from maid. It’s been a week, and I didn’t get any response. Thieves! And they’re rude. And they played a kind game, asked for my number, and told me they will call me back. They never called me. I lost the stuff worth $200. Avoid this place at all cost. Also there are similar experiences to few other folks. TripAdvisor and Google reviews also tell the same thing. There you will find how these people played and robbed a guest. Stay away.…
The room appeared clean and recently painted, however, any metal like the tissue holder or the toilet roll holder were rusty. The chairs (office chairs) were adjustable up and down but were sloped toward the floor. The bed was comfortable. So, what’s the big deal? Continental breakfast was coffee and a packaged danish, cloth shower curtain was moldy, under the white paint was mold. The shower head needs to be replaced. End of day one. Day two. I left before 8 am and was gone all day. When I returned, no housekeeping had been done, no clean towels, and the bed was not made. Also, this hotel is in a bad part of the area. I paid $63.00 a night but would not stay there if they literally paid me.
This hotel shouldn't cost more than $80 or $85 a night. It was not worth the $120 I paid. It's run down and in need of renovation. It sits right next to a strip club so parking can be a challenge. The red head at the front desk was very friendly. When I had to go back down and ask for linens for the pull out sofa she was very accommodating. The sheets were clean but there are no amenities at this hotel. When I went to pull a Kleenex from the tissue box I pulled out a pair of panties so obviously the housekeepers aren't doing their jobs very well. Overall, I wouldn't stay here again unless they dropped their prices. It was fine for one night, located right off US 26.
I stayed here last weekend when I traveled to Beaverton area to visit my friend. I have visited many hotels owned by Choice Group but this inn certainly doesn't feel like a Choice's selection. I arrived here on Saturday evening at approximately 9:00 pm with my friends. There was no one at the counter but a loud conversation in the room behind. I rang the bell once, no response. I rang the bell twice, no response. I rang the bell three consecutive times, still no response. At that time I told myself "Be patient, Bro! Be patient!" Finally, a lady walked out of the room and help me check-in. Once I got my card and walked to my room, I noticed the atmosphere is not right that the hallway is dirty and there's a weird smell. That night after I hang out with my friends I decided to take a shower before going to bed. I was trying to find hairdryer but couldn't locate one. The fan inside the bathroom was so loud that it felt like it was going to fall apart and one of the bulbs didn't work. Next morning I was excited to try their "Continental Breakfast", but all they served are concentrated juice, coffee, and some rolls bread that you can find in a gas station convenience store. At that time I was like "Screw that! Let's go to McDonald's." and that's exactly what I did. The only positive thing about this inn is location since it is on the intersection between 217 and 26 and I'm glad I was here only for one night.…