Northwest Portland Guesthouse

European-style lodging in the heart of Portland, Oregon


Great central location

    • Walk to most attractions, including the Rose Garden, Powell’s City of Books, Saturday Market, farmers’ markets, Voodoo Donuts, the Pearl Arts District, museums, and many more
    • Nearby cafes, restaurants, theaters, nightlife, brew pubs, and shopping
    • 10- to 15- minute walk to Greyhound/Amtrak
    • 5-minute walk to airport MAX light rail
    • Within walking distance to bus, street car and MAX light rail stops

“The location is perfect. Within walking distance of great food, entertainment and local sights as well as great public transportation.” (Elaine, USA, 4/9/2011)



Traveler friendly

    • Open all day, 24-hour front desk
    • Late check-out (12noon – free luggage storage after check-out)
    • Early check-in (free luggage storage until rooms are ready by 3pm)
    • Clean, cozy, and relaxed
    • Well traveled, friendly & helpful staff
    • Light breakfast
    • Free city maps
    • Tour company pick-up point for trips to Mount St. Helens Volcano, the Columbia River Gorge & Waterfalls, and the Oregon Coast
    • Meet other travelers and attend regular scheduled events organized by the hostel, such as brew pub tours, hikes, movies, and communal dinners

“I was given a really useful orientation at check in with loads of great recommendations. ”
(Traveler from England, August 25, 2011)




  • Bed and breakfast quality private rooms
  • Shared domestic bathrooms, with shower or bath tub, toilet, sink
  • Outside deck and gardens with BBQ
  • Coffee bar
  • On-street parking ($5 per day)
  • Laundry facilities
  • Bike storage room and outdoor bike rack
  • Free wireless Internet with your laptop
  • Internet access (computer kiosk)
  • Information boards updated weekly with information on things to see and do
  • Access to fully equipped kitchens and dining rooms to store food and prepare your own meals

“Very good location, helpful staff, clean rooms and comfortable shared bathrooms. Will definetely stay here when I go to Portland again. [...]”
(Traveler from Brazil, July 10, 2011)