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The Hoxton Portland

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We’re right in the thick of historic Old Town Chinatown, an area that has an incredible past and exciting future. From where we are, you can easily hop on a bus to take a hike around Forest Park or jump on the MAX to get to Washington Park for killer views of the city. In Portland, nature is nurture, it’s all here on your doorstep.
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100Great for walkers
Grade: 100 out of 100
245Restaurantswithin 0.3 miles
60Attractionswithin 0.3 miles
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the positive - the people are wonderful, the public areas are brilliant and lots to explore. the downside would be the rooms are pretty small and basic. they have fun things in them - like a continental breakfast delivered to your door, and lots of cute collateral. The area
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Response from OmarHOX, General Manager at The Hoxton Portland
Responded yesterday
Hi TomtheGMguy, thank you for sharing your feedback. Truly glad you enjoyed interacting with our team members and our spaces. We look forward to welcoming you back in the near future.
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I found The Hoxton Portland by doing a Google search of 'most romantic hotels in Portland'. This was our first visit to Portland and The Hoxton is a great launching pad for pretty much anything you would want to do in Portland. The rooms are well-appointed and very
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Response from OmarHOX, General Manager at The Hoxton Portland
Responded yesterday
Hi M G, thank you for the amazing review! We look forward to seeing you again soon.
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Upon arrival, the area is super dodgy. Lots of homeless people around, apparently last year there was a camp across the street. I got a big room, however the bathroom was laid out weird. There is no counter space to put your things, and where they place the towels are so far
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I love The Hoxton in Amsterdam, been twice. Two issues with the Portland Hoxton We went to the Pink concert. Bar closes at 11:30, so no place to have a drink and relive the concert. They said they'd give us suggestions to walk to in the neighborhood. Three sixty plus women
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As others have mentioned, the public spaces of the hotel are stunning, bright, and spacious. I had a "snug" room; while small, I knew what I signed on for and was pleased by the amenities on offer--nice linens, lovely bathroom, and a big screen to watch HGTV, all I needed for a
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Response from OmarHOX, General Manager at The Hoxton Portland
Responded yesterday
Hi wickystick99, thank you for your feedback. I'm really sorry about the noise, we'll be sure to note your preference for a quiet room for future stays. Glad we were able to satisfy your HGTV needs, its also one favs! Hope to see you again soon!
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Does this hotel offer a gym?
Hi Karen, We do not have a gym on property. We do however partner with Chalk Gym just down the street. A gym pass can be purchased at the front desk for $15 day pass. Cheers,
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What are the non-valet parking options please ? Thanks
I am so sorry, we did not investigate parking as we took the metro from the airport to the hotel. I would suggest contacting the hotel directly. The staff is very helpful!
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Handicap access?
Yes, the front door to the hotel is very heavy, but there was always an employee there to help with that. Once in, there are no stairs. Not sure about the elevators' buttons, but the corridors in the hotel are rather narrow, and getting into the rooms might be a bit of a problem unless you have one of the larger sized rooms.Our room, a "snug", would have been difficult. Our daughter's room, a "cozy" would have worked better with a wheelchair.
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I walked alone during the day and was comfortable. However, I walked alone across the bridge in the early evening and between the hotel and the bridge I encountered several men living rough on the street. Yes, I was unfortunately, somewhat concerned for my safety as a woman on my own. My friends refused to let me walk home alone at 9 pm and drive me back to the hotel.
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"Be very careful walking in area around hotel."
"Ask for a room that's not along Burnside (preferably on a higher floor)"
"Avoid room 237"
"Parking is tricky if you're driving..."
"Choose at least a "cozy" room. It'll be much bigger than a "snug"."
$129 - $267 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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