The Inn at Northrup Station , in the heart of the *Trendy-third* fashion zone also known as Nob Hill, is the place to be for your trip to Portland. Our fabulous interior decor includes modern-retro furnishings with an energetic color palate. Private decks, granite counters, marble bathrooms all contribute to ... More
Inn at Northrup Station
The Inn at Northrup Station , in the heart of the *Trendy-third* fashion zone also known as Nob Hill, is the place to be for your trip to Portland. Our fabulous interior decor includes modern-retro furnishings with an energetic color palate. Private decks, granite counters, marble bathrooms all contribute to the ambiance of this edgy, new hotel. Suites are large, spacious and comfortable offering all the amenities that guest have come to expect. The stylish Inn at Northrup Station pays tribute to San Francisco*s world-renowned boutique hotels with a distinctively Northwest Portland flavor. The hotel is minutes from fine dining, shopping and entertainment.
We found out about this place by accident. We canceled our reservations at the Downtown Marriott, which charges $26 a day for parking, and headed for the Pearl District, where the Inn is located.
We have stayed at many hotels, all over the world, but never in a place like this. It is unique.
We loved the jazzy decor, the spaciousness of the rooms, the kitchen facilities, and the beds. (I'm going to get myself one of their BeautyRest mattresses.) I took a lot of pictures of the interior, because it would be hard to describe to our friends at home.
The complimentary breakfast is satisfactory, and Betty, the gracious lady who takes care of that operation, makes the breakfast room worth a visit.
I consider the Inn at Northrup Station an amazing bargain. There's no big, fancy lobby, but who cares about that?
We hope to stay there again some day. The only thing we would change would be to have an upstairs rooms with a balcony. Otherwise, it was fantastic, and we would definitely recommend it to others.
The colors in the decor are really trendy and fun. Hot pink, green and orange to name a few. The rooms feel homey even though they are trendy and equipped with kitchens, nintendo and train service at your footsteps.
Love this place will go often.
We stayed for 3 nights. Great: bed, plumbing, TVs, furnishing, staff, breakfasts, access to transit, local food, botique shopping, and city. Portland is a very progressive community and these folks are part of that. We'll be back!
Place: very unique
Rooms: Large, comfortable, BIG TV, nice balcony.....4 stars!
Right on the Trolley route... 23rd street has lots to offer, dinner, bars....
Pearl district close by....
Staff: Very pleasent
value: As most places in Portland go this was a great value!
We made reservations to stay at this place, but needed to cancel. Their policy states that cancellations must be made at least 48 hours in advance. We canceled a WEEK in advance. They still charged us $130, which happens to be considerably more than the price of the room we reserved. We called them and have received nothing but rude service AND they refuse to refund the money. I suggest finding a more accomodating place to stay.
I actually never stayed here but there is a reason for this. We booked a 20 room block for our wedding and we paid for half of the rooms to hold them. One month later, several months before we even sent out invites, they canceled the 10 rooms we had held that werent paid for. Then they made us give ten names of possible guests and wouldnt give the wedding discount to other guests if they werent on the list ( and thus woudlnt refund our money either for that guest). When people WERE on the list they would at times say "sorry there are no more rooms left in the block" when there indeed were, and then they quoted guests on the list a wedding rate that was the same as the normal room rate. They also insisted all of our guests ask for one particular person instead of being able to transer their call to the woman in charge of wedding matters. Towards the end they hung up on us twice as we tried to discuss our frustrations. Do not EVER use this place for organized group events unless you want alot of extra heart ache and stress. I am not one to usually write reviews but this upset me so much I want to make sure others dont make the same mistake.
The rooms are spacious, clean and uniquely decorated. It's a quiet place with a relaxed atmosphere close to restaurants and shopping. It's a quick trip on the trolley (which stops right outside the hotel) to downtown and Powell's bookstore. The service was excellent and the staff was friendly.
a great, quite place to stay. the inn is surrounded by fun places to eat, drink and shop. also, having the trolly stop out front, made going on longer excursions quick and simple. when departing, the desk clerk went online and printed out my boarding passes and made sure i had a cab at five o'clock in the morning.
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