Portland Mayor's Mansion Bed and Breakfast: Portland Mayor’s Mansion™ rests beside Laurelhurst Park, a 30-acre city park in Portland, OR. The park offers countless activities for families, couples and individuals interested in exploring the outdoors nestled within the heart of the city:
Park paths for walking and running
Tennis courts complete with evening lighting
Horseshoe courts, and
A soccer field.
Portland offers fantastic neighborhood dining and shopping with zero sales tax. Just a short walk, drive or ride on city transit takes you to the following popular Portland venues:
Portland Art Museum
Oregon’s Historical Museum
The Rose and Japanese Gardens
Chinese Classical Garden
Ride Portland’s Street Car routes
South Waterfront Tram to view city from OHSU
Powell’s Book Store, and
Even without a taxi, Uber, or a luxury car service, navigating Portland is a breeze. The city is incredibly walkable and offers several solutions to hopping around town quickly:
TriMet bus route stops less than 200 feet from the Portland Mayor’s Mansion front door
car2go smart cars can be found parked and ready to drive all across town
Zipcar is easy to rent from several downtown locations, and
Street parking at Portland Mayor’s Mansion is free all day, any day.
Accommodations: Free Wi-Fi, Central Air Conditioning, Luxury Hotel Linen, Community Dining, Lounging & Sun Rooms.
Dining: A full breakfast is provided daily consisting of juice, fresh fruit, granola, yogurt, for starters. The entree varies daily and is complemented with locally produced Breakfast Sausages, Apple-wood Smoked Bacon or Loxs. Special diets accommodated.
Activities: The Mansion rests beside Laurelhurst Park, a 30-acre city park. Portland offers fantastic neighborhood dining and shopping with zero sales tax. Just a short walk, drive or ride on city transit takes you to the following popular Portland venues: Portland Art Museum, Oregon’s Historical Museum, the Rose and Japanese Gardens, Chinese Classical Garden, Ride Portland’s Street Car routes, South Waterfront Tram to view city from OHSU, Powell’s Book Store, and nearby restaurants.