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Courtyard Hotel Airport Portland Star Rating 3        
11550 Ne Airport Way

This straightforward hotel is 3.4 miles from Portland International Airport and 9.7 miles from the Lan Su Chinese Garden.
Best Western Pony Soldier Inn Gresham Star Rating 3        
1060 Ne Cleveland Avenue

This Gresham, Oregon hotel is minutes from downtown Portland and 10 miles from the Portland International Airport. Experience superb customer service and convenience of location while staying at the limited service Best Western Pony Soldier-Gresham. Located in Gresham, Oregon just 10 miles from downtown Portland, the hotel provides convenient access to a variety of activities such as golf, boating, windsurfing and skiing as well as many local attractions in both Gresham and Portland.
Days Inn & Suites Gresham Star Rating 2        
24124 SE Stark Street

This simple low-rise hotel in a residential area is a 15-minute walk from Mount Hood Community College and a 17-minute drive from Portland International Airport.Relaxed rooms and suites include en suite bathrooms with showers and tubs, plus free Wi-Fi, TVs and desks. They also have microwaves, minifridges and coffeemakers.
Holiday Inn Gresham Star Rating 3        
2752 Northeast Hogan Drive

This informal hotel is 4 miles from both Blue Lake Regional Park and the Springwater Corridor hiking and biking trail.Relaxed rooms offer free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, plus microwaves, minifridges and coffeemakers. Upgraded rooms add whirlpool tubs, and suites have living areas.
Howard Johnson Inn - Gresham Star Rating 2        
1572 Ne Burnside Road

Low-rise lodging with a seasonal pool & a business center, plus free Wi-Fi & continental breakfast...
Super 8 Gresham/Portland Star Rating 2        
121 Ne 181st Ave

This simple budget hotel is 2.8 miles from the shops and restaurants of Gresham and 12.4 miles from Portland.
Comfort Suites Southwest Portland Star Rating 3        
11340 SW 60th Ave.

Set off I-5, this casual all-suite hotel is set 10 miles from both Oregon Zoo and the Portland Japanese Garden.The straightforward suites feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and sitting areas with pull-out sofas, as well as minifridges, microwaves and coffeemakers. Upgraded rooms offer whirlpool tubs.
Ramada Portland Airport Star Rating 2        
6221 Northeast 82Nd Avenue

This straightforward, low-rise hotel is a 3-mile drive from Portland International Airport and a 10.1-mile drive from the Crystal Ballroom concert venue and nightclub.The warm, casual rooms have balconies and free WiFi, plus minifridges, microwaves and coffeemakers.
Benson Hotel Star Rating 4        
309 SW Broadway

Built in 1913, this upscale landmark hotel is a 6-minute walk from Pioneer Courthouse Square and a 14-minute walk from the Pearl District.The refined rooms feature flat-screen TVs, iPod docks, coffeemakers and free Wi-Fi. Upgraded rooms offer city views, and suites add sitting areas and/or separate living rooms.
Paramount Hotel Portland Star Rating 3        
808 Southwest Taylor Street

Across from Director Park, this upscale hotel is a 3-minute walk from Pioneer Courthouse Square and a 4-minute walk from the Portland Art Museum.The warmly furnished rooms and suites feature flat-screen TVs, minifridges, coffeemakers and free Wi-Fi. Upgraded rooms add whirlpool tubs and/or balconies.
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Located in the Pacific Northwest is experiencing a boom in its tourist industry. Recent statistics show that some eight million visitors make their way to the city each year. The city is readily accessible to both domestic and international travelers. Motorists will find the city on I-5 between Seattle (to the north) and San Francisco (to the south), as well as at the western terminus of I-84, which offers passage to Salt Lake City, Utah. Those visitors looking to arrive by air should make their way to Portland International Airport (PDX), which offers connections to much of the United States, Canada and Mexico, as well as select destinations in Europe. The airport is located about 10 miles from downtown Portland, with regular and reliable public transport links connecting the two.

Known as the "Rose City", Portland is famed for its picturesque gardens, parks and green spaces, of which there are many. Tom McCall Waterfront Park, which hosts the annual Portland Rose Festival in June, is one of the most popular, as is the International Rose Test Garden. Portland Japanese Garden and Lan Su Chinese Garden also offer tranquil spots for visitors to unwind as they enjoy the picturesque foliage and flora. Portland tourism doesn't just revolve around parks and flowers though. Visitors walking the city's streets are greeted by a wide range of attractions and amenities.

Take a guided tour of the Old Town Historic District to delve into the city's history. This district was rundown and seedy just a few years ago but today holds up as a friendly, interesting and scenic part of the city. Throughout the city, visitors will find a host of museums, galleries and other cultural establishments. Visit the Pittock Mansion to get a taste of French architecture before heading to the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry. Marvel at the city's nautical history at the Oregon Maritime Museum or check out the Portland Art Museum's eclectic collection. Book lovers must visit Powell's City of Books, the largest independent bookshop in the world. The Oregon Zoo and Portland Children's Museum are both suitable for families traveling with children, while the Oaks Amusement Park defies its rather diminutive stature to offer thrills and laughs aplenty.

Return to Pioneer Courthouse Square to unwind. If you're into sports, Portland houses professional basketball and soccer teams, while the Portland International Raceway hosts numerous motor racing events. The region is home to a number of high quality golf courses too. The Oregon Sports Hall of Fame can also be found in the city. Looking over the horizon, Mount Hood is a popular winter destination, with ski resorts welcoming visitors from the city and beyond. During the spring and summer months, the region is also a popular choice with hikers and bikers. Most tourists visit Portland between June and August, when the city can become rather busy. The city is cold and wet in winter but spring and early fall offer the chance to snap up a bargain on your hotel price and avoid the crowds.