Explore our Downtown Portland, Oregon vacation rentals
Save your spot in the city with a vacation rental in downtown Portland. With modern amenities and sleek decor, our stylish condo rentals offer the ideal accommodations right in the heart of the fun. Whip up tasty meals before heading out for the night—with a well-equipped kitchen and large windows, you can dine at home with a city view. Or better yet, head out to try one of the many dining options right outside your door.
Where is Downtown Portland?
About 10 miles south of the Washington State border, and 80 miles from the Pacific Coast, downtown Portland is nestled on the west side of the Willamette River and perfectly poised for your Pacific Northwest adventures. Explore the region, or stay close to our condo rentals—you’ll have a comfortable and classy place to call home during your getaway.
What is Portland, Oregon known for?
Portland, Oregon, is known for its unique balance of city life and outdoor adventure, with stunning hiking trails and public parks like the historic Portland Japanese Garden and Portland’s Arboretum, just minutes from downtown. The city is also famous for its one-of-a-kind unique flair, from its block-wide bookstore, Powell’s City of Books, to incredible food trucks around every corner. Discover City of Roses’ incredible brewery scene, as well as delicious coffees, stunning art museums, and the Saturday Market.
Things to do near your Downtown Portland rental
Spend a morning at the Portland Art Museum, get lost in the stacks at Powell's Books, and take in an evening show at the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall. Whether you're in town to see a show at Keller Auditorium, attend an event at the Oregon Convention Center across the river, or just sightsee and explore, a stay in this downtown Portland condo rental will take your vacation up a notch.
In the surrounding area, you’ll also find easy access to adventures through the Columbia River Gorge’s stunning natural landscape, including hiking trails, stargazing spots, and the gorgeous view at Multnomah Falls. Portland is also just an hour and a half drive from the Oregon Coast, where you can explore must-sees like Cannon Beach, Astoria, and Tillamook Bay. Oregon’s temperate rainforest is worth a visit to relax amongst its verdant, thick mossy floors, foggy mountains, and quiet wonder.
- Tour the Portland Art Museum
- Pick up a great read at Powell’s Books
- Grab a bite at one of Portland’s food trucks
- See Multnomah Falls and hike the Columbia River Gorge
- Browse souvenirs and goods at the Saturday Market
- Swing by the coast at Cannon Beach, Astoria, or Tillamook Bay