TripAdvisor Ratings & Reviews
Poor unclean but cheap, nice Staff
Well it is a Shilo. Easy to get to, easy parking although there is a homeless encampment across the road form the car park, so watch your belongings. Carpets are dirty throughout, rooms dark and tired. If you only get what you pay for shop around. Staff were nice. handy 7-11 around the corner, and only a 5 min walk from trolley terminus.
Horrible place to stay!!
Why this place is still open is beyond me! It is dirty; from the hair on the bathroom floor & tub to the stained couch & carpet and scratched furniture and gouged holes in the walls. The staff seemed oblivious to the condition of the place.
A bit basic
I was horrified when we pulled into the car park and spotted a “ camp “ of vagrants . My first thoughts were that I didn’t want to stay there but we didn’t have much choice that short notice . To be fair , it’s a common sight throughout Portland we were to discover . Very off putting Room was clean , basic and extraordinarily big as if it’s been a family room . Decor a bit tired Breakfast basic Staff were very friendly
Conveniently located motel and close to a number of restaurants
This is a reasonable motel for anyone attending a meeting and the convention center. It is walking distance to the center and to a number of restaurants. The motel was clean and comfortable but badly in need of upgrading and maintenance. We requested a repair to our in-room refrigerator, but no one ever responded to the request. The continental breakfast was very basic; the addition of some bagels and toaster french toast might be a plus. Unfortunately, the convention center isn't in the best part of the city.
Was a little different from other Shilo Inns I’ve started at. Was a little worn, but clean. Staff was super nice and very helpful at suggesting restaurants. Was sad to have street people right out the front door but looking around Portland, that is everywhere, they didn’t bother you though. Was a great location to walk to the Moda Center for a concert. And right up the street was Lloyd’s Center.