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Ace is a qwirky, minimal boutique hotel. The design concept respects the history and character of the old building while adding modern amenities. You will enjoy this hotel is you are young, or young at heart. Reflects gthe Portland character = great experience, but don't...More
First, I have read all of the reviews and must say they are all pretty accurate (both positive and negative). We stayed for one night over Labor Day Weekend. Perfect hotel if you looking for a taste of Portland "hipster" culture along with a great...More
Good location (if you want to be downtown) and a creative re-use of a neat old building are the main selling points of this hotel. It's also clean. The staff was ok. On the downside, it's kind of expensive for what you get, the wifi...More
This hotel is very interesting. A unquie way to show what Portland people are really about. The coffee shop down stairs is very nice to have and the photo booth adds an extra touch of class. Great service and the not too noisy being in...More
I've stayed at the Ace every time I've been in Portland over the last few years. Very pleasant staff, very clean and stylish rooms with many options for those wants small efficiency units (with communal showers down the hall) to full clawfoot tubs, to standing...More
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The hotel has a small uncovered lot a block away from the hotel, right across from a park that seems to be a popular hangout for the homeless. After parking in the lot overnight we found that someone had pooped behind my... More
The hotel has a small uncovered lot a block away from the hotel, right across from a park that seems to be a popular hangout for the homeless. After parking in the lot overnight we found that someone had pooped behind my car. Maybe that's part of the quirky appeal of Portland, but I did not like having to step over a pile of poo to put bags in the trunk.