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Pioneer Place, Portland

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For easy foot access to Portland's best shopping, dining, and entertainment, stay in or around the downtown area, connected to the rest of the city by light rail. This compact and busy part of Portland contains the highest concentration of hotel rooms in the city, allowing you to explore options ranging from boutique properties to big chains. Thanks to Portland's convenient transportation system, you can also choose a less expensive motel or bed and breakfast in one of the outlying neighborhoods, and still be within minutes of most major tourist attractions.
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  • I took the MAX here from Lloyd Center. I was expecting a large mall with more things to do. Definitely not what I expected. It's a small mall with 4 levels but each level is relatively small. Only pos...  more »
  • They got some good stores here but lots of sketchy people walking around. Druggies and vagrants and people who feel like they would be easy to set off. Be careful.  more »
  • Not many shops. I just shopped at VS and J.Crew. It is just okay if you don't have much time and need to look around in a hurry. But would not recommend this place for people who are ready to spend mo...  more »
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  • Weirdly empty. This mall is strange because it looks like a very cool mall aesthetically speaking. Unfortunately, there is a limited amount of stores and the biggest attraction is the Regal Cinema on the upper floor. It has an eerie vibe; very empty and half the stores are closed down. You can walk in on a Saturday afternoon and find the mall almost abandoned.
  • Good: * great selection of stores in an attractive structure, inside and out * technically covering four city blocks, the majority of the mall in its multi-levels covers two city blocks, with the lower level connected under 4th Ave; each of the two main structures have entrances on all four corners making this mall easy to get in and out of when walking the downtown area * while suburban malls struggle, this one seems to be doing very well capitalizing on the large amount of food traffic in the area; a thriving mall is a good mall! Bad: * unlike most malls, dining options are very limited (but it's not an issue at all as restaurants are just steps away in the downtown area
  • Fun little mall in the middle of downtown. My kids love the underground store connecting the two buildings, and the sky bridge as well. Has everything from a Coach store to a restaurant with bowling lanes.
  • Upscale confusing mall. Spread out over four or five buildings. If you are from out of town good luck finding the store you want. There is a Regal movie theater at the top floor of one of the buildings.
  • As far as malls in Portland go, this is the cream of the crop. If cleanliness is next to godliness this may be considered holy ground. Most of the stores are high end and pricey, but the selection and variety is vast.