Travelodge by Wyndham East Portland/Gresham is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Troutdale, offering a budget friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV and air conditioning, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the motel.
The property also features free breakfast to make your visit even more pleasant. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
Travellers looking to enjoy some fish and chips can head to Shirley's Tippy Canoe, Ye Olde Pub, or Power Station Pub. Otherwise, you may want to check out an Italian restaurant such as The Bronx Bar or Ristorante Di Pompello.
Troutdale is also home to Columbia River Highway, a popular historic site that is not too far from Travelodge by Wyndham East Portland/Gresham.
Enjoy your stay in Troutdale!
The only good thing about this hotel is the location. Expect to pay much higher rates if you are in town for a concert at the nearby McMenamins. The rooms are seriously run down and not terribly clean. We paid quite a bit for a room where we were afraid to touch anything. The hand towel rack had been ripped off the wall at some point and never replaced. There were lots of holes in the walls. I would definitely not recommend staying here.
I was given a room that someone was already staying in. I walked in on them. Very embarrassing. When I got a new room, there was no toilet paper, no soap, zero water pressure in the shower (literally a trickle), and I squished a bed bug that I found in my bed.
Upon check in, there were several shady characters hanging out around the hotel. Once we got to the room, there wasn’t a secondary lock on the door. There was also an empty Gatorade bottle in the middle of the floor (makes a person wonder if they even cleaned the room). There wasn’t any tissue in the dispenser under the sink. The mattresses were stained. The most unusual thing about the room was that all of the artwork was removed from the walls but the wall hangings were still there. Mentioned it to one of the front desk clerks who indicated that they must have been taken by previous guests. Asked a second desk clerk who said that the rooms were being prepared for painting. If that was the case, wouldn’t you think there would have been signs around the hotel stating “sorry for the inconvenience, but we are in the middle of painting”. Won’t stay there again!…
I liked my room all around with multiple nights stay there. House keeping was accommodating, rooms very clean, front office brought items up to me. Everyone was considerate & allowed me to have late check outs each morning. Our 🐕🦺 service dog was allowed , & she is medium to large size but trained well. I recommend Travel Lodge in Troutdale.
We were sound asleep in our room and all of a sudden I hear a loud bang! It was the door hitting the U-bar lock that I had secured before going to bed. It scared the heck out of me and I jumped out of bed and ran to the door yelling and trying to figure out what was going on! Was someone trying to invade our hotel room and rob/kill us? The voice on the other side of the door said he was the front desk clerk and that he was sorry...he thought the room was empty. I tried to go back to sleep, but I kept thinking that maybe he wasn't really the front desk clerk...that he was someone robbing rooms and he just said that to avoid being caught. I waited for a bit and then called the front desk and confirmed that it was him. But I still couldn't sleep much the rest of the night. Especially since the refrigerator kept making weird noises and every now and then there was a loud "knock" that came from some place I couldn't determine. Plus, the room smelled bad. The next morning we went to get breakfast and it was too crowded...nowhere to sit and could hardly get in to get any food. I didn't really want to be there anyway, after such a horrible night. So, we grabbed a couple of things to eat in the car. As we were leaving, I asked the front desk clerk if he was the one who had come into our room in the middle of the night. He said it wasn't him, but the voice was the same. I didn't appreciate being lied to on top of everything else. I told him that they should KNOCK before entering a room regardless of whether or not they think someone is in there...just in case! On top of that, we had ordered a pizza from the attached restaurant/bar and it was terrible. We won't be staying here again.…