PORTLAND MARRIOTT DOWNTOWN WATERFRONT
Welcome to the Portland Marriott Downtown Waterfront, a reimagined hotel directly on the riverfront. It is secluded from the bustling downtown but nearby all that it has to offer.
Discover downtown Portland's possibilities with an excursion to Oregon Zoo, The Lan Su Chinese Garden, Keller Auditorium, or Powell's Books, one of the country's best-known independent bookstores.
Our hotel even helps you go green with free car-charging stations (5 Tesla and 1 J-1772), biodegradable straws, and easy access to light rail transit from nearby Morrison Light Rail Station. At night, retire to elevated hotel rooms with mobile dining, waterfall showers, and more.
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 12:00 PM
Minimum Age to Check-in: 18
On-site Valet Parking: $49 Daily
Electronic Car Charging Station
*Additional Parking Information:
Valet only with in/out privileges. No oversize trucks, max height is 7 ft. Charging Stations: (5) Tesla, (1) J-1772
Portland International Airport: 9 Miles
Other Transportation Nearby:
Bus Station Greyhound Bus Portland
Subway Station MAX Light Rail - Morrison
Train Station Amtrak Union Station
Guest Room Entertainment
Dry Cleaning Serivce
Portland remains a safe city for visitors. Visitors to Portland should use the same caution as when traveling to any metropolitan destination. Among cities of comparable size, Portland generally experiences violent crime at somewhat lower rates. The city’s leaders are exploring and implementing solutions that are consistent with the community’s need for equity, respect, transparency and accountability. Portland’s dedication to transparency and accountability is one of the reasons why crime may seem higher in the city, because the City of Portland openly reports and discusses issues.
TRUST YOUR INSTINCTS
Be aware of your surroundings and others around you.
Don’t be distracted by your phone or by listening to headphones.
Conceal expensive accessories such as bags, watches or jewelry
Plan your route. Tell someone where you are going and when you’ll return.
Consider taking a friend or colleague with you.
Check in when you reach your destination.
Choose well-lit and busy streets (avoid vacant lots / alleys).
Avoid unnecessary contact with strangers.
Consider carrying a whistle or body alarm.
Do not carry large sums of money.
Do not use ATMs at night or with few others nearby.