Senior travelers can enjoy senior discounts at a bounty of hotels in Portland, Oregon. That means you’ll have your pick of downtown Portland hotels and hotels on the banks of the Willamette River. Many of the city’s attractions also offer discounted senior rates, including the serene Portland Japanese Garden and Lan Su Chinese Garden. With so much art, history and food to enjoy in the City of Roses, you’ll find plenty of ways to spend the money you save on your hotel room.
3 star hotel
Area: Sullivan's Gulch
1.72 mi from city center
Best Rooms: The hotel is made up of a few separate buildings, surrounded by the highway and a residential area -- so views are rather limited. So, most guests enjoy rooms facing the courtyard, especially when the cherry blossom trees are blooming.
Best Rooms: The inward-facing rooms at Residence Inn Marriott offer a view of the courtyard and pool. Whereas, rooms facing outward have a view of the parking lot.
3 star hotel
Area: Portland International Airport
6.72 mi from city center
Best Rooms: To enjoy a great view of the Columbia River, be sure to request a room on floors 5 - 9, facing Marquam Bridge.
Best Rooms: As this L-shaped hotel is located on the corner of Broadway and Starke St., any exterior facing room ending in *08 - *14 on floors 6 - 9 (e.g. 609, 812) offers a great view of the surrounding city.
Best Rooms: For a partial view of the city, request a room at the front of the hotel on floors 4 - 6.
Best Rooms: Located in the center of downtown Portland, the property is surrounded by other buildings. Corner rooms on floors 19 - 20 offer the best views of the city and Mt. Hood in the background, as they have two windows.