Had a last-minute stay at the Hoxton and hadn't been there in quite some time. Steven, Zach and the rest of the crew were great as always and the staff and food at Tope were outstanding! I'll be back in November!
What a great hotel for hanging out. The restaurants are all superb, coffee bar excellent, the lobby well appointed with a flexible variety of seating options. Comfortable beds and spacious rooms. Friendly, unpretentious team from the valet to the front desk and the servers. Overall had the best experience once inside the doors. The people-experiencing-houselessness problem in Portland is very real (seemingly affecting most west coast cities). The location of the hotel is fabulous for proximity to the entire city (highly recommend Knot Springs spa and Scotch Lodge for eating & drinking), but the vibrancy of Portland is affected by encampments on every block. This complex crisis is something to note when booking this hotel or any hotel downtown, especially if you plan on walking around. We never felt in danger or threatened, just emotionally unprepared and at a loss about how to help. …
Steven was outstanding. Room was lovely & comfortable. Hoxton provided everything we needed for a convenient home base on our trip. Staff had answers for all questions. The in-room coffee & tea were fantastic.
Love the design and the restaurant. Everyone is also so friendly so it makes it feel like a home away from home. They also put some drinks in our fridge when we arrived which was very sweet. Highly recommend the queso at the rooftop bar tope! We will be back
I only stayed at the Hoxton for one night but it was a night to remember! I arrived dead tired after a long travel day and the staff instantly cheered me up with their friendly attitude! I booked a "snug" room which was a little smaller and cheaper than their standard rooms - it was absolutely perfect. It was clean and modern, with beautiful homey touches, a big window, and a full-length mirror. The cocktails at the rooftop bar were unique and refreshing. I felt super safe with 24/7 security in the lobby, even when I had to call an uber to get to the airport at 4:30 am. 10/10 would recommend the Hoxton - thank you for a lovely stay!
The hotel is really cute. The lobby is darling, the rooms are nice (but very tiny!). We enjoyed our night there. The location is questionable. If I had been a single woman staying alone... nope. The "bars were closing up" for the night and the streets around the hotel were a bit crazy. Loud cars, loud music, people everywhere, police cars. The lobby is locked overnight and a security guard has to let you know. (Sorry, hotel, just stating the truth!) It was a nice, walkable area but... it's downtown Portland. Not the safest / prettiest / nicest area in the state.
The property itself is nice, the front desk people were very attentive - great job. Disappointed that our bed linen was soiled and there was a hole in the pillow case. The neighborhood is simply beyond unsafe. We saw a man urinating on the side of the street, another fleeing the police, another yelled at us as we walked by, and this was at 2pm on a sunny Saturday.
This place looks nice but that’s about it. The room: small with very little room to walk around the bed ( this room is but a closet with a bed in it), no ventilation so the towels never dried and felt humid, windows barely open, and if you request housekeeping you need to remind multiple times and hope they do it while you are gone. Location: not safe at all do you the number of homeless people especially at night. I wouldn’t recommend for solo female travels; you can feel how unsafe it is during the day and gets worst over time.
This is the best staycation I could have asked for! The staff was so accommodating and friendly as soon as I walked in. The room has so clean and smelled great upon arrival. The restaurant was also 10! I could have asked for a better staycation in my hometown of Portland, OR. Will definitely be coming back in the near future.
Unexpectedly lovely and world stay here again. Thank you for the excellent service. I like that there’s security and a coffee shop on the premise. And omg the cute little rooms. Yes yes yes. I also love feeling like I’m in the heart or Portland scene