5 Portland Airbnbs To Help You Make The Most Of The City Of Roses

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Don't pass up these gems!

Planning a vacation to Portland, Oregon? This city has a trendy selection of Airbnbs to choose from! We've picked out some of the cleanest and most stylish homes available for rent right now.

Whether your goal is to explore the beautiful hiking trails of the city, or indulge in Portland restaurants and nightlife, chill out in one of these cool Airbnbs. Some are even within walking distance to the Alberta Arts District, a must-see during your trip.

1. This Portland cottage is an architectural masterpiece.

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What it features:

This two story, two bedroom home can sleep up to 5 guests. The open floor plan, glass gable walls, and natural Douglas fur woodwork give a modern feel to this tranquil space.

Guests can explore the area on bikes provided at the property. Both the patio and inside space feature carefully placed modern touches. It's clean, welcoming, and some say it's hard to leave. There's even a calming outdoor rain shower!

Why it's a great place to stay:

"I had an absolute wonderful stay at Michele & Mike’s guesthouse - the home is such a bright, lovely, welcoming spot to stay in Portland, and Michele and Mike were excellent hosts. I would highly recommend to visitors looking for a special spot to stay during their trip." - Guest Review

How much it costs:

$250 per night

How to book it:

Rent this Portland cottage on Airbnb here.

2. This handcrafted tiny home in Portland is artsy and cozy.

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What it features:

This Portland tiny house is big on details! With rustic wood finishes, industrial accents, and cathedral ceilings, the space is welcoming and comfortable. It features one mezzanine bedroom and can sleep up to 4.

Guests have access to a shared garden patio and the beautiful surrounding neighborhood. It's located right next to Mississippi Street and not far from the Alberta Arts District.

Why it's a great place to stay:

"We loved this loft, it was clever and cool! The Japanese influence was evident to me and gave a soothing, tranquil vibe! Not only was it hip it was clean and comfy with a lovely front seating area outside and fresh rosemary growing at the front door. Super chillax! I would go back again and again!" - Guest Review

How much it costs:

$86 per night

How to book it:

Rent this Portland tiny home on Airbnb.

3. This Portland loft is the perfect combination of zen and modern.

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What it features:

Converted into a loft from a 2 car garage, this unique space has an industrial feel. The accordion door system slides completely open, allowing the inside and outside areas to merge. Not to mention, everything is handmade, from the steel and reclaimed wood cabinets to the barstools and artwork.

This one bedroom guest suite in Portland is ideal for two guests. It's conveniently located between the city's famous Division and Hawthorne streets.

Why it's a great place to stay:

"This place is EXACTLY what we had expected! Very spacious and clean! Everything is user friendly and instructions were clear for everything. It was so cozy, felt like home :) The neighborhood is so nice and quiet as well, great for anyone wanting a nice quiet getaway. Can’t wait to stay again in the future!" - Guest Review

How much it costs:

$139 per night

How to book it:

Rent this Portland loft on Airbnb here.

4. This eclectic guesthouse is walking distance to everything.

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What it features:

This cozy little home is walking distance from some of the coolest bars, restaurants, and breweries in Portland. Plus, the patio is full of lush greenery and even features a BBQ grill. It can sleep up to four guests, so it's perfect for small groups or couples.

The roll-up glass garage door in the bedroom offers an instant connection to the outside, while allowing sunlight to flood in. With modern decor and creative touches, the space is welcoming and comforting to every one of its guests.

Why it's a great place to stay:

"I could not ask for a more comfortable space. I loved the space. Kitchen/lounge upstairs and bathroom. The kitchen has full size everything! Downstairs a swanky xl bedroom! Great design details! I enjoyed being able to walk everywhere too!" - Guest Review

How much it costs:

$160 per night

How to book it:

Rent this Portland home on Airbnb.

5. This Portland townhouse will make you feel like you're in the future.

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What it features:

Boasting contemporary excellence with an urban touch, this two bedroom townhouse is walking distance to the coolest restaurants and breweries. It's also only a mile from one of the most sought-after hiking spots in Portland.

Making use of glass, natural wood, and cement, the Airbnb's unique design is clean and welcoming. Sleeping up to 6 guests, it's spacious and lets in plenty of natural light. The townhome is even equipped with a cute front patio for guests to enjoy the fresh air!

Why it's a great place to stay:

"Neat stylish place in a new complex and cool area. Short Uber to downtown. Lots of bars and restaurants in area. Unit is clean and modern. Feels like one big room with a cool walkway." - Guest Review

How much it costs:

$366 per night

How to book it:

Rent this Portland townhouse on Airbnb here.