A friendly place, continuously new.
Photobooth and Stumptown. Can't go wrong.
Super cool rooms and very friendly staff.
Authenticity on all fronts. From the vintage and custom furniture, to the consistency in signage, Ace is a microcosm of Portland culture.
Try and stay on the fourth floor
Trendy spot in the center of everything. Hang out in the lobby with a Stumptown or hit up their bar. Rooms clean and fun, but beds not most comfortable in the city.
$4 photobooth, most likely out of order :(
Rooms with double beds are on the front side aka the loud side of the hotel. Be prepared to listen to recycling bins being dumped at the wee hours and it sounds like it's right in your room.
Chill w good vibes and an aux cord
Was in Portlandia!
Hipsterville. But you knew what that snake was when you picked it up.
Nice chill environment..coffee couches, grab coffee relax with a good book. The photobooth in there is a little janky the pics come out really dark. really cute spot overall :)
Winter? Ask for a space heater at check in. Old, drafty windows.
Nice without a lot of amenities. Plain rooms. Excellent staff, awesome toiletries. Stump town and a great restaurant in the lobby are a plus. Location extremely convenient.
The comfiest of couches.
Typical Hipster AirB&B hotel amenities: WiFi, bikes/ bikeable, awesome books & reading material, pop-up museum stlye wall art, turntables, alcohol stockable fridges, jumpable beds, everything walkable
Fitting for "Hipster Central", Downtown Portland- this European backpacking traveler-ish hotel comes cozy but, cool like any AirB&B you might pay astronomical prices for.
You could get away with never leaving this hotel with Clyde Common and Stumptown downstairs. And there's Pepe le Moko around the corner.
Everything you’d expect from the Ace brand is at this Portland outpost: hoodie robes, Pendleton blankets, and, in Deluxe rooms, turntables (and LP’s from local legends such as Pink Martini).
See how many people you can cram into the photo booth.
Grab some coffee from Stumptown attached to the hotel and hangout in the lounge, meet people from all over.
the linens, toiletries, $10 breakfast and happy hour downstairs at clyde common are all pretty solid; be sure to avoid the streetside rooms though - they are SUPER noisy.
Even if you're not staying at the hotel, it's worth stopping in to take some snaps in the photo booth.
loved staying here and the lobby is your typical ace vibe
fantastic modern hipster hotel in downtown Portland that I would highly recommend! that being said, they may neglect to tell you that parking costs $25/day in their lot until your checkout. beware!
Referred to as "The Deuce Hotel" in Portlandia S1 E5. Some rooms really do come with turntables and complimentary bikes.
Have your photo taken sitting in the lobby in front of the 'hotel' sign pretending you're not having your photo taken.
Walk 400 feet to the famous Powell Books at 1005 Burnside St.; bring your purchase back to the hotel; enjoy with some Stumptown coffee while people-watching in the lobby. Pure Portland heaven!
The breakfast will make you cry. For 10 bucks, there is Olympic Provision cured meats, pickles, little t baked goods, Stumptown coffee, fresh juice, local honey...I've died and gone to portlandia!
Decor and photobooth seem fine. But, paying $140/night for a shared (no bathroom or shower!) room for $140/night for our two night stay...I think not. Overpriced ho(s)tel.
Nestled between Stumptown Coffee and Clyde Common, stop here and take pictures in the photobooth. Or stay here and camp.
Cute little place.
Low-key with a touch of whimsy, the Ace Portland is full of cool extras: a black and white analog photo booth, free rental bikes and turntables in select guest rooms.
Get a room with a bathroom.
Grab a coffee from Stumptown and lounge in the lobby. Nice place to relax if you like background noise.
if you're looking for a big bathroom & a quiet room, this is not the place for you. Great "snack bar," comfortable, quirky, super friendly staff, creative setting, great eats & drinks off lobby.
Ask the front desk to borrow a typewriter.
Beautiful rooms. Wonderful bar. And best coffee. Terrible wifi. Free but unworkable for more than 5 minutes.
Bad service re: internet, no service re: everything else.
The street side/ front rooms are pretty loud. On Friday at 3 am they start collecting recycling from the bars outside- sound of bottles being dumped from high distances for hours!
There's a TicketsWest location at the front desk. Great hidden place to buy tickets in downtown Portland.
Remember when you were 20 and lived in a crappy studio? This is just like that.
The hotel wifi is pretty terrible, but the bike rentals are free for guests. Rent a bike (don't forget your helmet) and ride to the waterfront, then head south to the Portland Aerial Tram!
This hotel made an appearance on Portlandia as the “Deuce Hotel.” Known for its great décor, it has been called hip, modern, and funky and is located close to many of Portland’s favorite places.