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|Distance to city centre||0.6 km|
|Distance to airport||10.3 km|
|"Great location, great lobby, wonderful room"||(in 47 reviews)|
|"Loved the hotel ambience"||(in 45 reviews)|
|"Great decor, clean, friendly staff."||(in 71 reviews)|
|"No parking on site."||(in 10 reviews)|
|"Single pane windows let in noise."||(in 3 reviews)|
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|beautiful architecture||in 4 reviews|
|comfortable bed||in 51 reviews|
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|thoroughly cleaned||in 3 reviews|
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Nice sized room with big table and small bar. Very comfortable bed with soft pillows. Loved the fireplace!
A little loud outside the room on the street, but not horrible. We were on the third floor. Bathroom was a little sparse, but nice.
There is everything in one place from a bar/slash club, to an amazing wine/champagne bar, a steak house a coffee house, each room is unique, I love the vibe, and is close to everything that matters in Portland
The room had horrible lighting as did the bathroom. The view out the lone window was super bad looking onto flat roof and into someone else’s window. I think they stick the booking.com reservations on one crappy floor.
The architecture of the building was simply beautiful. The valet parking was friendly and expedient. The bed was extremely comfortable, the extra sheets fresh and clean smelling. The towels were very thick. The hot water kettle and teas were a nice addition. There was a knock on the door for turn down service. The hallways were deeply carpeted and wide. We never heard hallway traffic noise. The white noise machine came in handy, for the Max below the window (five floors up) and for the very loud in-room, vibrating heating unit in the casement structure between the bedroom and parlor (which sounded off every 15 minutes). The location was good, close to Powells, Nordstrom, and other corporate shopping storefronts, as well as several very highly rated weekend brunch options. It could have been and even nicer stay had not Portland's most iconic food truck block, catty corner to the Sentinel, been removed to make way for a new 5 star hotel. The price was reasonable for PDX, given these amenities, but as you will read below, I feel it was overpriced given the actual 3-star experience due largely to poor maintenance and industrial design. I felt like the hotel was not focused on the user experience from the ergonomics point of view, and was not able to look at people as persons rather than average consumer groups. The devil is in the details and we will not stay with this hotel chain again...and it should not be rated with 4-stars.
There were so many little things that were not up to par with regard to the maintenance and creature comforts of the room that it became one big thing. Bathroom: -extremely small with a pedestal sink, no towel bars or hooks nearby and a thin mirror ledge shelf not big enough for a small overnight bag. -no exhaust fan, peeling wallpaper, and a shower curtain with a curling iron burn likely for being so close to the single outlet by the sink (close enough for the hair dryer to fall into the bathtub). -The toilet felt lower than standard for hotels and could be difficult for some to lower/raise themselves. -Low water pressure in the shower, the shower head itself and faucet of inferior quality, without alternating spray options. The water temperature was "child safe" and set to a lower level typical for hotels. Bedroom: -the floor-length mirror was on the back side of the bathroom door and inconvenient as it needed to remain open for ventilation and easy access. -curtains did not close completely, despite creative fabric folding, streaming in outside street lighting. High ceilings made it hard to fix. -no dresser for personal items, only built-in drawers in the dark closet which require one to squat or kneel to access. -luggage racks at foot of bed had dark metal frames, the exact color as the carpet, making it difficult to see and navigate in low light and caused banged knees. -one bedside table lamp was a pull-down chain style and the other a twist knob, requiring fiddling in the dark. Parlor: the light switch at the door turned on no lights, even with playing with the settings on the three lamps in the room causing fumbling in the dark to find the switches on the units Reception: No visual review of bill offered prior to customer signature. When asked, "What does the guest amenities fee include?" the response was, “it’s included in the total price,” rather than providing an explanation of what the fee covers.
The Sentinel is a luxury Portland hotel that features signature amenities and a curated art collection on the premises. The hotel is home to two of the finest restaurants in Portland and is located in the West End in the heart of downtown. Guests can enjoy easy access to eclectic boutiques, acclaimed restaurants and bars, and many cultural and entertainment venues. Plus, the hotel lobby features its own wine lounge with local wines from the Willamette Valley.
The Sentinel offers a pillow menu and a spiritual menu for guest comfort in all rooms, as well as pet-friendly rooms and amenities. The hotel even greets pets with a welcome package that includes treats, a pet bed, and a pet-friendly room service menu. This hotel also offers a Well+Fit program with on site fitness equipment and a state-of-the-art workout facility. This hotel works with other local businesses to cater to guest needs, providing local Lather toiletries in all guest rooms, as well as access to outdoor adventures through a partnership with Omni PDX.
Local ice cream, handmade products, and spirits are available throughout this hotel. There are 100 guest rooms in this non-smoking property, which also offers complimentary WiFi throughout the hotel for guest use. The two on site restaurants and bars feature locally-sourced ingredients and fresh cuisine. There is a 24-hour business center at this hotel, which also offers front desk services 24 hours a day. The hotel offers valet parking, as well as limousine and Town Car service for exploring the town or getting to and from the airport, which is about 20 minutes away.
based on 1,545 reviews
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- Stylish hotel
- Friendly atmosphere
- Nice building
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FAQs when booking at Sentinel
Where is Sentinel located?
Sentinel is located at 614 Southwest 11th Avenue in Downtown, 0.6 km from the centre of Portland. Powell's City of Books is the closest landmark to Sentinel.
When is check-in time and check-out time at Sentinel?
Check-in time is 4:00 PM and check-out time is 12:00 PM at Sentinel.
Does Sentinel offer free Wi-Fi?
Yes, Sentinel offers free Wi-Fi.
Does Sentinel offer free parking?
No, Sentinel does not offer free parking.
Does Sentinel offer free airport shuttle service?
No, Sentinel does not offer free airport shuttle service.
How far is Sentinel from the airport?
Sentinel is 10.3 km from Portland.
Can you bring pets to Sentinel?
Yes, Sentinel is a pet-friendly hotel.
Does Sentinel have a pool?
No, Sentinel does not have a pool on-site.
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Most Popular Landmarks
- Powell's City of Books 285 m
- Portland Art Museum 0.5 km
- Chinatown 0.8 km
- Lan Su Chinese Garden 0.9 km
- Oregon Maritime Museum 1 km
- Portland Saturday Market 1 km
|Portland - Union Station||1 km|