- Air Conditioning
- Fitness Facility
- Complimentary Breakfast
- Spa / Hot Tub
- Family Friendly
- Handicap Accessible
- Internet Access
Another night in Portland
Great hotel to stay at, very close to the airport but enough of the flight line not to be bothered by plane noise. Great access to restaurants with an Elmers right next door! Had a courtside King Suite with jacuzzi tub!
Great spot right near PDX!
Easy to find this spot right off I-205, super clean and comfortable! The hot tub and brand new sauna were just the items needed to help unwind after a lot of travel. Great breakfast availability and a very friendly staff!
comfortable place with good service
Quiet, spacious, and well equipped room. I especially appreciated not having a down comforter that requires you to lower the room temperature to arctic conditions in order to sleep. Breakfast was adequate. Neighborhood is a bit sketchy. Don't leave any valuables in your car. Elmers right next door serves a decent dinner at a fair price.
Poolside room was peaceful and quiet and easy access to the outdoor hot tub. Rooms were clean and beds were very comfortable. Breakfast was warm and inviting. Although an industrial area, behind it’s walls offered a quiet comfortable sanctuary that’s conveniently close to the airport! Worthy of the price while traveling for business.
Traveling here with dogs is no deal😞
I've traveled through Portland for years and have stayed here almost exclusively. The close proximity to PDX couldn't be better for the price and convenience. The food is good, and staff is efficient and friendly. I've come to know a few of them. But over the years the management/ownership has nickel dimed this hotel down to a budget-class sterile venue. As I mentioned in the heading, we travel with dogs. The Pony Soldier has provided rooms specifically for these travelers as do most other hotels and Inns. It's because a large section of the travelling population brings their pets with them. And there's gold in providing this service. In the past, for the additional fee a guest would get perks such as doggie treats, and blankets and towels to cover and clean all things dog related. NOT HERE anymore! I get it that they now switched the flooring to a wooden type covering over carpeting. Better for all for obvious reasons. But no towels, no covering blankets.... No treats. Even the dogwalk is without bags for cleanup. We always travel with our dogs, and bring enough supplies to protect the room as if it was an episode of "Dexter" crime scene. So why the fee??? What extra are we paying for? The accomodations are bland and "kennel-like". Are we paying for the privilege of being treated like dogs? (well not our dogs, they have life of ease, but some dogs don't) but I digress. Anyway, this hotel has turned generic and just may be a sign of the times. Money first, service last. Oh, One last thing.... No face cloths!?!?!?!?