Holiday Inn Portland-Airport (I-205)

Portland, OR Hotel
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Total meeting space2,676 sq. m
Guest rooms284
8439 Northeast Columbia Boulevard
Portland, OR 97220

Holiday Inn Portland-Airport (I-205)

Portland, OR Hotel
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  • 12/11/201804/30/2019




Holiday Inn has consistently won Certificate of Excellence from Tripadvisor for excellent service and superior accommodations.


Room features and guest services

  • Internet access
  • Laundry service
  • Luggage storage
  • Room service
  • Voicemail box


  • Free airport shuttle
  • Onsite catering
  • Onsite gift shop
  • Onsite restaurant
  • Outside caterers allowed
  • Pet friendly
  • Wheelchair accessible

Business services

  • AV capabilities
  • Business center

Recreational activities

  • Health club
  • Indoor pool

Venue accessible by

  • Airport shuttle
  • Taxi
  • Train


  • Dance floor
  • Loading dock
  • Staging area

Photo gallery


Meeting space

Total meeting space2,676 sq. m
Meeting rooms11
Largest room1,440 sq. m
Second largest room803 sq. m
Exhibit space2,323 sq. m

Guest rooms

Total guest rooms284
Tax rate15.3%




Local Attractions

Portland Art Museum

17 minutes away
Founded in late 1892, the Portland Art Museum is the seventh oldest museum in the United States and the oldest in the Pacific Northwest. The Museum is internationally recognized for its permanent collection and ambitious special exhibitions, drawn from the Museum’s holdings and the world’s finest public and private collections. The Museum’s collection of more than 42,000 objects, displayed in 112,000 square feet of galleries, reflects the history of art from ancient times to today. The collection is distinguished for its holdings of art of the native peoples of North America, English silver, and the graphic arts. An active collecting institution dedicated to preserving great art for the enrichment of future generations, the Museum devotes 90 percent of its gallery space to its permanent collection. The Museum’s campus of landmark buildings, a cornerstone of Portland’s cultural district, includes the Jubitz Center for Modern and Contemporary Art, the Gilkey Center for Graphic Arts, and the Northwest Film Center. With a membership of over 23,000 households and serving more than 350,000 visitors annually, the Museum is a premier venue for education in the visual arts.
1219 SW Park Avenue
Portland, OR, US 97205

OMSI - Oregon Museum of Science and Industry

20 minutes away
OMSI’s vision is, collaborating with partners, will ignite an education transformation at the intersection of science, technology and design, and weave a thriving innovation district into the fabric of Portland, which spreads opportunities across the Northwest. By the mid-1980's, OMSI's popularity surpassed the size of its facility six times over and a new group of community leaders began a $32M campaign to build a state-of-the-art science center, culminating with a milestone donation from longtime supporter, Portland General Electric, of an 18.5-acre site that held a historic sawdust-fired power generation plant. On October 24, 1992, the new 219,000 square-foot facilities opened, adding the USS Blueback, the last non-nuclear powered submarine built by the U.S. Navy, just two years later. Today, the museum serves over 1 million visitors at the museum and through off-site education programs. OMSI is ranked as one of the top science centers in the United States and has an international reputation for its innovative exhibits and educational programs.
1945 Southeast Water Avenue
Portland, OR, US 97214

Oregon Zoo

18 minutes away
The Oregon Zoo, formerly the Washington Park Zoo is a zoo in Portland, the largest city in the U.S. state of Oregon. Located 2 miles southwest of Downtown Portland, the zoo is inside Portland's Washington Park, and includes a narrow-gauge railway that connects to the International Rose Test Garden inside the park. A member of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums, it has successful breeding programs for California Condors and Asian elephants. The zoo also boasts an extensive plant collection throughout its animal exhibits and specialized gardens. During the summer it is host to a concert series, and in the winter produces a holiday light show viewed from the train. The Oregon Zoo is Oregon's largest paid attraction, with more than 1.6 million visitors in 2008 to 2009.
4001 SW Canyon Rd.
Portland, OR, US 97221

Portland International Rose Test Garden

30 minutes away
The Portland International Rose Test Garden is one of 11 testing sites in the nation for multiple varieties of roses that are continuously evaluated determining which are the healthiest. There are currently 530 varieties in the Garden. By 1905 Portland was internationally known as the ‘City of Roses’ due to the 200 miles of rose-bordered streets that were an attraction for the visitors coming to the Lewis and Clark Centennial Celebration. Open to the public with free tours every day at 1 from Memorial Day to Labor Day, the Rose Garden has been a public piece of Portland’s history since 1917 when the land was acquired. Worried that roses would be destroyed during the First World War, the city approved the idea of a Rose Garden and began receiving roses from all over the world. The Rose Garden will be celebrating its Centennial anniversary in 2017.
400 SW Rose Park
Portland, OR, US 97205

Oregon Convention Center

Convention center
14 minutes away
The Oregon Convention Center (OCC) is the largest convention center in the Pacific Northwest, making it an ideal venue for conventions, industry tradeshows, meetings, and banquets. Located in beautiful and lively downtown Portland, Oregon, the OCC is the preferred destination for many groups because of its commitment to customer service and leadership in sustainable practices. The center's two grand ballrooms, 50 meeting rooms, 255,000 square feet of exhibit space, full-service catering, and experienced staff can handle events of any size, from 10 to 10,000.
777 NE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd
Portland, OR, US 97232

Mill Ends Park

25 minutes away
Portland is home to the smallest park in the word, Mill Ends Park. Only two feet across, it was originally a hole where a light pole was intended to go in 1948 but one was never placed there. Instead, a reporter for the Oregon Journal named the hole after his column, Mill Ends. He could see the hole from his office on what is now called SW Naito Parkway and began writing about the adventures of the Leprechauns he could see there. He continued to write about the Leprechauns in the park until his death in 1969. But the park has been cared for by members of Portland’s community ever since and the park was declared an official city park in 1976. The park is constantly changing with the events that Portland holds, for example little green army men were placed in the park as a “flash mob” during Occupy Portland in 2011. Throughout the years, a pool complete with diving board for butterflies as well as a tiny Ferris wheel (brought in by a normal sized crane) and a piece of what used to be the building the Oregon Journal have all been brought to the park for Leprechaun and Portlander enjoyment.
898 Southwest Naito Parkway
Portland, OR, US 97204

Wine Country

Convention center
1 hour away
Less than 60 miles east of Portland, America’s most unique AVA features wild beauty, traffic free touring and relaxed tasting rooms. With an amazing diversity of grapes grown from Albariño to Zinfandel, come discover our “World of Wine in 40 miles” for yourself.

Pittock Mansion

Historical landmark
35 minutes away
Pittock Mansion was the home of the owner of The Oregonian newspaper and with his wife Georgiana, they built the mansion overlooking Portland in 1914. The City of Portland owns the estate now and a collaboration of the Portland Parks & Recreation and the Pittock Mansion Society maintain the gorgeous home and property. Henry Pittock built an empire in the region with many of the booming new business ventures of the early 1900’s and Georgiana founded and supported many of the organizations still in place here today. The Pittock family moved in to the house in 1914 and by 1958, the last member had left and the home was placed on the market. In 1962, the home faced the Columbus Day storm and was severely damaged with interior and exterior exposed to the elements for over a year. The plan was that a subdivision was to be built on the beautiful property. Instead, in 1964 Portlanders rallied together to preserve the gorgeous piece of history and restore it back to its former glory. The City of Portland purchased the entire estate and repaired everything. Summer of 1965, the Mansion opened to the public and continues to be a must-see destination for the best view of Portland as well as a part of our History. The Mansion also has a vast lawn perfect for picnics and trails for exploring the estate.
3229 Northwest Pittock Drive
Portland, OR, US 97210

Distance from airport

  • 3.22 km from venue


  • Complimentary parking
  • Bus parking


The Holiday Inn Portland Airport & Conference Center is located only two miles from Portland International Airport and conveniently located to Interstate I-205. We are also located just minutes from Cascade Station Shopping Center, a vibrant mixed-use development featuring a variety of TAX-FREE shopping and dining options. Downtown Portland and all the attractions of the Rose City, including Portland’s famous Annual Rose Festival, MODA Center, Memorial Coliseum & Portland Convention Center, Washington Park’s world-famous gardens, the Oregon Zoo, OMSI and more, are easily accessible from nearby MAX trains, Portland’s speedy and award-winning public transportation service. With 29,000 square feet modern flexible meeting space, The Holiday Inn Portland Airport’s extensive Columbia Conference Center, elegant Hotel Ballroom and dramatic Atrium can accommodate any event from a small private meeting to a Trade Show or Elegant Banquet. Let the Holiday Inn Portland Airport Hotel & Conference Center be your Home Away from Home in the Rose City.


High season
Jul 1 – Oct 15
Shoulder season
May 1 – Jun 30
Low season
Jan 1 – Apr 30
Oct 16 – Dec 31