6 Reasons to Choose Nordic Inn & Suites Over Airbnb Posted January 17, 2018
There are so many variables on the road—but travelers can take comfort in knowing exactly what to expect when they walk into the Nordic Inn & Suites. From cleanliness to room size to service to quality, there are no surprises in the most affordable accommodations in Portland.
What To Do Outside Portland Posted December 18, 2017
Looking for some outdoor winter activities for the whole family? While we’ve covered Skiing in Oregon previously, there’s also ways to hit the snow even if you have never been skiing before! The Snow Tube and Adventure Park at Skibowl East is fun for all ages. Skibowl offers the only tube conveyor lift on Mt. Hood!
Cheap Hotel, Cheap Gear, Cheap Food: 5 Ways to Ski Oregon on a Budget Posted December 1, 2017
1. Travel with friends
One of the best ways to save money is to split expenses with friends. This way you get to share the cost of lodging, transportation, and even food. Remember that college roommate who skied all winter but you haven’t heard from in years? Reach out! Not only will you save money, but it will be a fun chance to catch up. Save money together, even if you go separate ways down the peak.
Portland Nordic Inn & Suites Guide to Fall in Portland Posted October 18, 2017
Fall is here and there’s so much to do to celebrate the season in Portland Oregon. Let Nordic Inn and Suites help you find the perfect fall vacation activities!
Fresh Hops Tours
It’s fresh hops season in the best beer region in the country! Portland is home to 70+ breweries and counting, more than any other city in the entire beer lovin’ world.
The Definitive Guide to See Portland on a Budget Posted September 27, 2017
What’s the only thing better than a vacation? A vacation that doesn’t break the bank! Portland, Oregon is a great place to see on a budget. With a wide variety of free and affordable activities, there are multiple ways to see Portland for cheap.
What Says Thank You Better Than 10% Off? Posted September 4, 2017
Nordic Inn & Suites has recently finished renovating our office and we’d like to celebrate by offering 10% Off your next visit. Nordic Inn & Suites provides the best in comfort, convenience, and customer service so that you can have the most relaxing stay in the region. All of our rooms are non-smoking and offer 14.5-inch memory foam pillow top mattresses for personal comfort.
Summer Fun in Portland Posted July 27, 2017
There’s lots of summer fun in Portland to be had during the month of July not far from Portland Nordic Inn & Suites. From free concerts, to craft beer festivals and more, you will find great outdoor activities happening every day of the week. Summer concerts in the park feature popular bands performing at parks in various neighborhoods around Portland each night beginning at 6:30pm.
New Name, Same Great Hotel – Nordic Inn & Suites Posted June 29, 2017
You may have noticed that we recently changed our name from Portland Nordic Motel to Portland Nordic Inn and Suites, but we are still the same clean, comfortable, and affordable family lodging that you remember. Our recently renovated hotel is family-owned for more than 20 years and we offer an unmatched value just minutes from the Portland International Airport.
Outdoor Activities Near Our Portland Motel Posted May 18, 2017
The month of May is an exciting time in Portland. The change of season means the weather is getting warmer and bringing with it more opportunity to get outside and enjoy some outdoor activities near our Portland motel. In the heart of southeast Portland, near the Hawthorne shopping district, the annual Mt. Tabor Art Walk happens during the weekend of May 20-21st. The event features artists showcasing their work at over 20 sites around Mt. Tabor Park.
Visit Beautiful Japanese Gardens Near Our Portland Motel Posted April 7, 2017
A half-hour drive from our Portland motel tucked away in the scenic west hills of Washington Park in Northwest Portland, you’ll find the Portland Japanese Garden in Springtime bloom. It’s now open to the public after having recently undergone a $33 million expansion designed by Kengo Kuma, the famed architect who designed the Olympic stadium for the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.