brettscore: 4.0

Crown Plaza Portland

1441 NE 2nd Avenue, Portland, Oregon, United States
Write a Review
  • Accessibility

    Category: Stay
    Address: 1441 NE 2nd Avenue
    United States
    Time: Monday: Open 24 hours,Tuesday: Open 24 hours,Wednesday: Open 24 hours,Thursday: Open 24 hours,Friday: Open 24 hours,Saturday: Open 24 hours,Sunday: Open 24 hours
    Price Level: $$$
  • Photos

    Review Photos

  • Map

    No Records Found

    Sorry, no records were found. Please adjust your search criteria and try again.

    Google Map Not Loaded

    Sorry, unable to load Google Maps API.

  • Reviews

    One Review

    1. Brett Heising Crown Plaza Portland
      Overall Rating:
      rating iconrating iconrating iconrating iconrating icon

      I stayed in Room 620.

      The hotel is accessible. The men’s restroom on the first floor is actually down by the fitness center and requires using a ramp. There’s one accessible stall.

      The room itself has challenges. The bed may be high for some to transfer into. The shower is solid but it may be difficult for some to operate due to the tough push/pull style of shower controls. The bench is small but sturdy. It can get slippery when soap suds/shampoo come in contact with the bench. There is a half-oval rubber seal that goes around the shower’s edge, meaning it’s not truly zero-entry/roll-in. This shouldn’t be difficult for most chair users to access.

      The desk is easy to roll under and there are three accessible outlets on the table lamp base. Although the lamp has rocker switches, one of the three outlets may be challenging to reach given that the lamp is in the far right corner of the desk.

      The TV is a small 32″ screen and the remote is placed well back on top of a drawer bureau and may be difficult to reach due to its height.

      The bed is angled toward the wall on the right side and a sofa is pushed all the way up against the bed on the left side. This makes getting into bed challenging.

      There is an adjoining companion suite but there’s a bench in front of the door. So accessing it would require removing the bench from the room.

      There’s a glass coffee table in front of the sofa that takes up even more room. I pushed it toward the window for space but then the curtains were difficult to access.

      Textured grab bars in shower would be ideal.

      Review Photos

    Leave a Review