Hotels in Portland near Portland International Airport (PDX)

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Hotels in Portland near Portland International Airport (PDX)

Portland International Airport (PDX) Hotels

Fronted by the criss-crossing metal beams of its futuristic atrium, Portland International Airport (PDX) is the biggest and busiest in Oregon. With a vast selection of shops, restaurants, transport connections, business amenities, and green initiatives – think solar panels on the roof – the airport’s an efficient, clean and hassle-free transit hub offering an array of international and domestic flights.

Hotels in Portland International Airport (PDX)

There are plenty of business-friendly 3-star hotels near Portland Airport providing all mod-cons including WiFi and 24-hour dining. Budget travelers needn’t worry, as a range of 2-star motels with simple, good value rooms makes a stopover accessible to most. For something more unique, there are swanky top-end 4-star boutique hotels – think quirky art-laden rooms with plush bedding – in central Portland.

Where to stay

Alberta Street’s just 8 miles from the airport and embodies the bohemian spirit of the city with its microbrew pubs, cool vintage boutiques, and hip coffee shops. The much-loved Hollywood district is another top choice – its kitschy Hollywood Theater shows cool independent films. Downtown Portland centers on Pioneer Courthouse Square, with its 19th century architecture and urban buzz, while some serenity can be found at Tom McCall Waterfront Park, whose gardens come to life in summer with an abundance of colorful sweet-scented rose blooms. You've also got to see the trendy Pearl District, where more galleries and bars await.

How to get to Portland International Airport (PDX)

Portland has flights from many US cities, and it’s also very well connected for international visitors – you can get here from as far afield as Europe and the Far East. There’s no need to drive in Portland thanks to the city’s efficient public transport system. Hop on the MAX light rail red line at the airport for a quick 30-minute ride downtown. If you prefer, you can rent a car, or jump in a cab.

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