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the Nines, Portland

Average Price: $209  
Hotel Class:
Portland, View map  
5-Star Hotel Rank: 1 of 7
Average review rating: 4.13
OpinionWell Value Index: 6
Traveler reviews analyzed: Expedia (65) , Travelocity (2) , TripAdvisor (637)
SAFE TO BOOK ? (1/5 issues found)
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Rooms Category includes comments associated with guest rooms of the hotel.
77% of comments associated with this category were positive.
Above Average Features
94% wrote positive comments
But the junior suite is spacious.
We could not believe how quiet our suite was.
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View Traveler Insight - Gorgeous Views
92% wrote positive comments
Great views from upper floors - Mt.
The room was beautiful & clean with nice view overlooking the bridge.
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87% wrote positive comments
The bed was comfortable.
The Bed was comfy, the bathroom tiny.
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Bathroom Traveler Insight - Nice Bathrooms
85% wrote positive comments
Great bed, and nice sized bathroom.
spacious bathroom.
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Room Traveler Insight - Large Rooms
74% wrote positive comments
Rooms are VERY small.
Room was tiny.
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Below Average Features
63% wrote positive comments
There was black mold in the bottom of the shower.
These flaws include: (1) a feather duvet provided but with no top sheet on the bed, so the guest must choose between the extremely warm duvet and no covering at all unless the guest specifically requests a top sheet; this is in the cause of being 'green,' but for us it led to an alternately hot/cold and mostly sleepless night before we wised up and obtained a normal top sheet and blankets for our second night; (2) no written information in the room about the hotel, including no price list for the mini bar that I could find; (3) cold marble bathroom floors with no rugs; (4) marble shower floor that is slippery when wet and soapy, with no rubber grip mat provided; (5) no shower cap; (6) no in-room coffee maker [yes, there is a Starbucks across the street and expensive coffee available from room service]; (7) stained/worn upholstery, surprising in such a new hotel; (8) inadequate signage to amenities such as ice, which is needed because all the 'cold' tap water is lukewarm; (9) only one bathrobe provided for 2 people; (10) no daily paper outside door; (11) valuables safe and drawers consuming most of the closet hanging space; (12) our room # 708 generally crammed with furniture, some of which appeared unnecessary (structure under TV) or not well chosen (cocktail table so much lower than arm of sofa that it was useless to rest a drink on); (13) weird drapery installation, which had me standing on the sofa to draw the black out shade; (14) lack of towel hooks next to shower, so you need to enter the cold bathroom dripping wet to grab a towel a couple of steps away; (15) mini-toilets, although the dual flush option is a nicely green feature.
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