- Complimentary Breakfast
- Handicap Accessible
- Internet Access
- Air Conditioning
Clean, comfortable and friendly
I traveled here in August '21 to stay near my sister, who was on hospice with terminal cancer. I needed a place close to her house and the options were limited and dingy. After calling several of the nearby hotel/motels and dealing with cold, rude hotel staff, I spoke to Troy at Aladdin Inn and Suites. He was the most accommodating, nicest person. I was in a fragile state because of the reason for my trip, and his congeniality made me want to stay there immediately. I still had doubts, as this part of Portland has some pretty dingy dive hotels. And from the outside, this place wasn't looking to be any better. But the rooms were clean and comfortable. As a frequent traveler for work, I usually stay in the pricier and generally standardly nicer international chain hotels. I absolutely cannot stand stinky rooms or dirty linens. But even in these chains, sometimes rooms will smell like the air freshener they use to cover the underlying odors. My room had none of this. Just crisp clean sheets, zero smell, and they were quiet and cozy. And the internet was reliable and fast. I paid for a week, but only stayed 4 nights, after which I moved in with my sister to be with her through her end. I was promptly refunded for my unused nights and wished well. I want to thank Troy and the staff for being so lovely and accommodating, and cannot recommend this hotel enough.
Two days for Veterans Hospital.
I am handicapped and need a electric scooter to get around on and I also need an ADA Compliant room for myself and the scooter. This room (210) is the smallest hotel room I have ever been in. Just getting in the door was a nightmare. I had to maneuver down a narrow walkway and then hold the glass door open while on my scooter while jockeying back and forth to get in the door with out falling off the 2 foot high ledge and tumbling down the stairwell. Then holding the glass door open, I had to slide my card in the door of the room and twist the knob to open it. While in the room, I was taking a shower and the stool they gave to help handicapped to shower broke and I fell on my tailbone. I notified the front desk clerk and he said he would tell the owner. I don't believe this room is ADA COMPLIANT because of the difficulty getting into it and the narrowness between the bed and table. The walk in shower was huge though! The bed was a bit soft for me. Then to add an insult to my tailbone injury, the morning I was leaving, I scraped my knee on the metal frame to the glass door cutting it open! Very narrow room and walkways. The Inn was very clean and I had no issues there. It had Cable TV, AC, Refrigerator, Micro wave, WIFI but NO Breakfast that I was aware of. And it is hard to get someone to answer the phone when you need them. But when they do answer they are very polite and helpful. This would be a great room on a budget for someone who doesn't have to use a scooter to get around.
This place is INCREDIBLE!
I absolutely LOVE this hotel! very clean & very quiet (which is perfect because i work from home!) Senior citizen friendly, which i always LOVE. I stayed for a few weeks on business and I've never had a single issue with any of the staff or rooms AT ALL. I had a truly amazing time during my stay and I KNOW you will too. The housekeeping work is EXCELLENT. The area is very SAFE & convenitent with a fantastic variety of food spots, including 24 hour walk-in resturants within stepping distance! You absolutely WILL NOT beat it! The price is better than any around. I know this because I've lived in the area for 7 years and have done my share of shopping aorund here many times. DEFINITLEY choose Aladdin Inn. Grade A service 100% (=
Beware save your money. There beyond rude.
My 16 year old had to stay 2 nights due to having upper&lower scope done at ohsu dordanbecker she has rare csncer gene. She was allowed chicken broth and jello. We live outside eugene. So she there with her dad and ask the motel if they could use can opener, bowl and spoon were told no. I called to explain whats going on the younger sounding guy tells me to bad you should have gotten room with kitchen. Mind you we csnt pick thr hospital does. I ask because they do breakfast could we please use he laughed said no we dont do breakfast. Told me not sure where I got my info. Off there web site. I said can I speak to management or supervisor he said there don't have any set time to be there abd maybe they would call me back. It isnt his problem. I said how sweet I will make sure to leave a review he said I'm so scared. On top there no place to sit in the room other then the bed, it is tiny, outdated, not clean. Very sad that we are dealing with medical issues and other can be so careless. I will be letting hospital know. Please save your self the stress and don't stay here
Very nice Budget Hotel/motel
First off, we stayed here for free as the Portland VA (Veterans Administration) has a contract with the Aladdin for veterans who are traveling a long distance for care at the hospital. That in itself says a lot as the hotel is required to maintain a certain standard to maintain its Gov Contract. Now to the hotel. It appears to be a refurbished 1950's motel and is located on the old State Hwy. It's a very clean and quiet place to stay if you are traveling through or looking for an inexpensive place to stay if you are visiting Portland. It is not a resort and it wasn't intended to be. The staff is very nice and helpful. The room was basic and clean with a flat screen TV and the usual cable channels. The bathroom was large and everything worked as it should. There was hot coffee in the office and a limited breakfast in the morning. It's only 10 mins away from the Portland VA Hospital and you don't need to take the interstate to get there. Great place to stay if you have loved ones in the VA. Hospital or Oregon Health & Science Hospital.