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In Portland's Northwest District, a five-minute drive from downtown
The Inn at Northrup Station is located in Portland's Northwest District. A quaint area with an old town vibe, this district is both residential and full of retail and restaurants. Streets are home to top-notch restaurants, bars, shops, and apartment complexes, many of which feature gorgeous architecture.
Downtown Portland is a five-minute drive from the hotel. Downtown is home to multiple museums, urban parks, and residential condos. One beloved park is Pioneer Square, which sits at the heart of Downtown Portland. It features chess tables, a massive waterfall fountain, art sculptures, and a weather machine. Portland State University borders Downtown to the south.
The Inn at Northrup Station, located in the Northwest district, is an all-suites boutique known for its bright, quirky 70s-style decor. The lobby features a hot pink, studded front desk lit by funky lamps, and the breakfast area is a scramble of bright, striped furniture. The spacious suites have abstract local art, and everything from the walls to the bedding to the couches are bold in color. All suites also have kitchenettes, big flat-screen TVs, and free Wi-Fi. An attractive rooftop terrace is full of colorful furniture. Freebies such as weekly Wednesday wine tastings and streetcar tickets add value, but there are some complaints about thin walls and street noise, and free parking can be limited.