Hotels near Pearl District in Portland

Best hotels near Pearl District, Portland

4/5Very Good78 Reviews
1.39km from Pearl District
It is located within walking distance It was a clean and comfortable hotel. Parking is expensive but accommodation is not expensive I think the cost is also reasonable. Portland streets are getting a lot cleaner It was a pity that we only stayed for one night because the weather was nice.
FromUS$189
4.6/5Outstanding73 Reviews
1.07km from Pearl District
Portland is a city of roses, clean and tidy. The hotel is located in the heart of the city. It is very convenient to eat and shop. It is within walking distance. There are trams in the Rose Garden and Japanese Garden.
FromUS$169
4.2/5Very Good62 Reviews
1.57km from Pearl District
Being a Ambassador Elite Member of Mqrriott Bonvoy I am still shocked and I must say that the stay in Marriot Portland Downtown was the worth I ever had in Marriot group. This Property does not at all reflect the general high standard of Marriot / Sheraton Hotels! 1) My room was not serviced. When I arrived from the meetings at 5:30 pm, I called the reception and they informed me that as per Hotel policy rooms are only serviced when specifically requested by the guest. The same should have been informed to me at check-in, and they apologized for not having done it. However, house keeping was not available that time anymore, so cleaning etc was not possible. Max they where able to do, after second request, was send someone to pick up the trash from the bin. 2) No Ambassador recognition, no special amenities in the room, no “enhanced room”, not even a “welcome postcard”. 3) On top of the above, I was charged 30 USD “handling fee” for some small boxes which where shipped to the Hotel, and which I even had to pick up at the reception myself. At this service level I would rate the Hotel not more than 2*. It must be mentioned that all the staff was friendly and welcoming, but this does not make up for the general poor service at 250+ USD per night for a normal room.
FromUS$189
4.7/5Outstanding78 Reviews
0.98km from Pearl District
The hotel location is very good, the transportation is very convenient, it is very convenient to go to the rose garden, the open-air cathedral, the airport and so on. There is Starbucks 711 nearby and the breakfast buffet is $ 25 per person. The front desk of the hotel was nice, and we very enthusiastically recommended us delicious restaurants and attractions. It rained on Saturday, I asked the hotel to borrow two umbrellas. It feels good to have an umbrella on a rainy day haha
FromUS$196
3.8/570 Reviews
1.38km from Pearl District
After 5 years in Portland, I returned to the old land and chose this hotel. The interior decoration is very Portland-style, and shopping is not far from the city center, which is very convenient
FromUS$152
3.8/569 Reviews
1.11km from Pearl District
I had a great stay! I love all the puppy amenities! Cat was very accommodating, she also helped my husband and I find some really cool restaurants. We will definitely be back to stay again. Thank you Hotel Rose!
FromUS$158
4.5/5Excellent79 Reviews
0.94km from Pearl District
This hotel is not a Hilton hotel, but the price is higher than Hilton, and the room has a musty smell, because Ctrip's address navigation directly leads to the Hilton Hotel. It took an hour to find the location in the one-way downtown area. The crash, because under the name of Hilton, it was indeed a routine pit. This is the worst time for Ctrip to be pitted. It is not known whether there are many exposure fines for driving. There is really nothing remarkable about this hotel. Valet parking costs $ 52. Will not choose this hotel again, the lobby is very noisy in the evening and the service attitude is average.
FromUS$234
4.5/5Excellent65 Reviews
0.97km from Pearl District
The luxurious Heathman Hotel, 2 blocks from Max Light Rail Train in Portland’s cultural district, features a restaurant and wine tasting. It offers guests 24-hour room service and flat-screen cable TVs.Rooms provide free Wi-Fi, iPod docking stations and desks. They have safety deposit boxes and also include bathrobes and slippers. The suites feature 2 TVs, a separate living room and a dining area.Guests at The Heathman Hotel are offered a gym and library. The hotel has an art gallery, business center and meeting rooms. It provides concierge and childcare services and also offers in-room massages.The Heathman Hotel is less than a half mile from Portland Art Museum. It is within one mile of Portland State University, Portland Japanese Garden and Oregon Museum of Science & Industry and is 2 miles from Oregon Zoo.
FromUS$189
4.5/5Excellent68 Reviews
0.82km from Pearl District
The Nines is a luxurious hotel that met and exceeded my expectations. Location: The Nines is located in Central Portland, near Pioneer Courtyard Square, and is a stone's throw away from many excellent restaurants, shopping, and tourist destinations. Room: The room itself is fairly large and luxurious, with a very new renovation. The two queen beds were very large and the bedding was very comfortable. The washroom is large and has everything that is needed. The ceiling height is very high, so it makes the room feel very spacious. Well done and designed. Common Area: Wow! From the entry of the hotel, to the hallways upstairs, it was surely a journey through excellent design! The lobby is in the center of the hotel, on the eighth floor. The lobby is large and is very well designed, with an atrium/courtyard like style. Service: People were attentive and housekeeping did a good job. Concierge was willing to help and had an excellent attitude. Without any doubt, The Nines is surely Portland's best hotel.
FromUS$299
4.6/5Outstanding39 Reviews
1.27km from Pearl District
We stayed here for three nights. The design of the hotel is simple and simple like a studio. The room is more spacious and the bed is comfortable. The surrounding environment is also good to the city center. There was some problem with the lighting of the room, and the cabinet placed in the coffee machine was almost invisible. Although there are windows that can't be opened, it wastes natural air and does not meet the environmental protection concept emphasized by the hotel itself. Because it is probably a new hotel, the air circulation is not good, some taste (still acceptable)
FromUS$144
4.6/5Outstanding65 Reviews
1.69km from Pearl District
Good staff service. You can relax in the room. I think that it is the best hotel in terms of transportation access. I will also use it next time.
FromUS$239
4/5Very Good67 Reviews
0.71km from Pearl District
Parking is a bit expensive, but there is a good parking space in the city center. The room is large. It is a luxury in the local area. There is a happy hour every afternoon. It’s very convenient to go out and play around. Walking distance to the dining street and several online red stores.
FromUS$149

Reviews of Hotels near Pearl District in Portland

3.5/546 Reviews
We needed to stay close to PDX for a very early flight and this hotel was perfect. Great value, seemed new, shuttle to the airport (sign up in advance), great bed and friendly staff. Room and bath were extremely clean and very spacious. Walking distance to Target, a few restaurants, the rail stop. Many Covid restrictions still in place, the pool was closed. Overall great visit.
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FromUS$198
4.5/568 Reviews
The Nines is a luxurious hotel that met and exceeded my expectations. Location: The Nines is located in Central Portland, near Pioneer Courtyard Square, and is a stone's throw away from many excellent restaurants, shopping, and tourist destinations. Room: The room itself is fairly large and luxurious, with a very new renovation. The two queen beds were very large and the bedding was very comfortable. The washroom is large and has everything that is needed. The ceiling height is very high, so it makes the room feel very spacious. Well done and designed. Common Area: Wow! From the entry of the hotel, to the hallways upstairs, it was surely a journey through excellent design! The lobby is in the center of the hotel, on the eighth floor. The lobby is large and is very well designed, with an atrium/courtyard like style. Service: People were attentive and housekeeping did a good job. Concierge was willing to help and had an excellent attitude. Without any doubt, The Nines is surely Portland's best hotel.
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FromUS$299
4.7/578 Reviews
The hotel location is very good, the transportation is very convenient, it is very convenient to go to the rose garden, the open-air cathedral, the airport and so on. There is Starbucks 711 nearby and the breakfast buffet is $ 25 per person. The front desk of the hotel was nice, and we very enthusiastically recommended us delicious restaurants and attractions. It rained on Saturday, I asked the hotel to borrow two umbrellas. It feels good to have an umbrella on a rainy day haha
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FromUS$196
5/532 Reviews
The front desk was professional and courteous. The room was spacious and clean. The heater worked well. Their was bottled water in the room. Also a microwave and refrigerator. The shower was good and hot. The reason I gave it a four star is because the restaurant was next-door. There was no continental breakfast provided in the hotel. Although after being there a couple of days I discovered a closed in walkway to the restaurant. This would have save me from the rain and cold if someone told me about it.
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FromUS$139
2.8/556 Reviews
The hotel is supposed to be "non-smoking," and they even warn that a $250 charge will be placed, if the rule is broken. However, the room next to mine, on the 4th floor, river side, had guests who smoked day and night. i wasn't able to enjoy the balcony, because their tabacco and ********* smoke drifted over to my side (even with their door closed, but worse when they had it opened.). This really made my throat sore to breathe in. When I talked to the front desk persons, once in person during the day, and once on the phone in the evening, they said they would "deal with it,' but they did not, as those guests remained in that room, and kept smoking. And if that wasn't bad enough, those guests had the TV on loudly until past 2:30 am, making it very difficult to sleep, yet we were in Portland to go to OHSU for my husband's cancer surgery. He got little sleep the night before his surgery, due to these rude and unmonitored guests. The front desk takes a very flippant attitude towards these kinds of infractions, and do not enforce the "no smoking" policy. When I twice reported the smoking problem, they acted like I was the bad guy here, as if they were annoyed by the fact that i was helping them run the hotel properly, according to their own rules. The physical condition of the hotel is acceptable, to some degree, although the room phones practically don't work, but kept shorting out, when I tried to contact them about the smoking. Also, the 'wake-up call" I requested never was made to us. The best thing about this hotel is its location on the river pathway, making it easy to go for walks, and even walk to OHSU. BUT if you stay there for that single good reason, don't expect the quality of service or the hotel's condition to be up to par. After the first night, I was to stay a second night, because my husband would be kept overnight in the hospital. I only stayed on, instead of seeking a different hotel, because the front dest person assured me that those noisy, smokey guest would be checking out that morning. So I stayed, yet those guests did NOT check out. When I asked the front desk, she said she "couldn't discuss other guests." In response to my telling her about the smoke, she said she would "handle it." Yet that was the same response I got the day before, and she obviously didn't handle it, as those same guests stayed on annoying neighboring guests again with their smoking. It is really a shame that they care so little about making this a quality experience. There is so much potential, with the great location. But they are blowing it with their lack of enforcing the rules, and their lackluster and unprofessional response to a violation of their own rules.
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FromUS$171
4.6/555 Reviews
Our front desk Customer Service Associate, Singh, provides five star service. John, the Chef, makes excellent biscuits and gravy. Ask for a lakeview room on the right side if the hotel. The rooms on the left of the hotel are under construction. We moved after our first night because our view was of the parking lot trash cans, the sliding door was bolted shut and our rooms heater was stuck at 75 degrees.
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FromUS$139
4.6/554 Reviews
There were some problems with the room that the front desk arranged for check-in... Go downstairs to communicate with the front desk and arrange to change to another adjacent room, which was much better this time. 1. The location of the hotel is slightly away from the shopping mall of Pioneer Square, about 15-20 minutes on foot. 2. The hotel’s breakfast is pure Western style, with real-fire baked freshly made pizza, iron plate of vegetable and egg bread (as shown in the picture), three kinds of juice, three kinds of milk (whole milk-black handle, skim Milk-blue handle, sweet soy milk?-green handle), a variety of fresh fruits, the taste is not bad. Favorite blueberry + plain yogurt. 3. The hotel has its own parking lot with parking service. The charge is quite expensive, 40+ USD per night. The parking space on the road in front of the hotel, once every two hours, costs about four dollars. Take a few more steps and pass two intersections. There is a world food supermarket. There is a small parking lot opposite. You can stay overnight. There is a discount for parking on Friday nights. It costs 8 dollars a night. Change! Tell the important things three times, don't ask how I know...remember to remember! You can also renew during the day, which is very convenient.
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FromUS$215
4.6/539 Reviews
We stayed here for three nights. The design of the hotel is simple and simple like a studio. The room is more spacious and the bed is comfortable. The surrounding environment is also good to the city center. There was some problem with the lighting of the room, and the cabinet placed in the coffee machine was almost invisible. Although there are windows that can't be opened, it wastes natural air and does not meet the environmental protection concept emphasized by the hotel itself. Because it is probably a new hotel, the air circulation is not good, some taste (still acceptable)
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FromUS$144
4/578 Reviews
It is located within walking distance It was a clean and comfortable hotel. Parking is expensive but accommodation is not expensive I think the cost is also reasonable. Portland streets are getting a lot cleaner It was a pity that we only stayed for one night because the weather was nice.
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FromUS$189
4.1/575 Reviews
The hotel is clean and tidy. Because the luggage front desk is helpful to change the room on the first floor, the parking lot is very convenient. The old air conditioner is powerful but the noise is very big. The breakfast is very simple. It can only be used for parking. There are many free parking spaces. Another small town in Portland is a good place to walk around. visit
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FromUS$89
5/551 Reviews
I really feel that this hotel is not worthy of the "Sheraton" brand! Let’s talk about it. I went to the airport and waited for the free shutter of his home for a full half hour. I didn’t expect Portland to be so cold at night, the clothes were worn less, and the dog was frozen! Then the car came, the driver did not get off the luggage, the whole master, so I also decisively did not tip! When I arrived at the front desk of the hotel, I checked in and unfortunately met a girl suspected of racism. When I saw that we were Chinese, I immediately stretched my face a lot and went to the room in a bad mood. I gave the most remote room on the first floor. I walked far away and said that I opened the curtains and saw only one wall! Oh, really depressed! I think about ten o'clock in the evening, I am too lazy to change the room again, ready to wash and sleep, and found that the sewer is not working! It’s really a slap in the face, and I’m going to call the front desk for repairs. Fortunately, this time the repairman came faster, and finally took a shower before 11:00! Is this like the Sheraton Hotel? I really doubt that I lived in the fake Sheraton! Also, another disadvantage of living on the first floor is that the restaurant fume on the first floor of the hotel is filled directly into the room, but there is no exhaust fan in the bathroom! So accompanied by the smell of soot, we spent a night unhappy! I really don't recommend this hotel!
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FromUS$218
3.5/545 Reviews
Hotel location is very good, the door is the station of Max orange line, just 10 minutes to the Pioneer Square, eating and shopping is super convenient. The room facilities are generally the same, the sound of the indoor air conditioner is relatively large, if you mind, you need to pay attention. There are not many varieties of breakfast, but it is ok. Check in when there is a baked cookie, the Indian brother at the front desk is very good. The front desk service is not bad, any questions are patiently answered.
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FromUS$129
4.9/571 Reviews
This place is awesome. Great staff and so friendly. The room was clean. We really enjoyed the modern decor throughout the hotel. Valet parking was excellent. Set reservations for the restaurant upstairs. Very nice view of Portland. If you want a fun place to visit, highly recommended!!
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FromUS$134
4/563 Reviews
The location is in the city center, the room is slightly old, the health is OK, the service is welcoming, but there is one piece of facial tissue in the bathroom, the replacement is not timely, the parking is $45 a day, there is a parking lot of $25 nearby, there is luggage, not willing to Ran. 10 minutes walk from Pioneer Square, 10 minutes walk to the top three Western restaurants in Portland, breakfast to line up. I stayed for one night and had no other feelings.
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FromUS$170
4.7/542 Reviews
Conveniently located to so many things! The convention center is just 3 blocks away. Walking distance to Moda center (Trailblazers) and BART to name a few. The rooms are nice and updated fairly recently. The bar is open as is the restaurant. The menu is limited, but fast service and great value for breakfast. (I didn’t eat dinner here though) The only parking available is street parking or valet parking, which is confident, but $32 per night. Front desk staff are very helpful. I would stay here again.
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FromUS$131
4/538 Reviews
Breakfast is the least variety I have ever experienced, only square bags, breakfast cereals, milk, yogurt, coffee, tea, no more! As soon as I stepped into the hotel room, the dirty smell of a carpet came out, and the old-fashioned air conditioner was noisy. The floor under the carpet of the room is really too old, and it creaks on the floor and is not flat. Only free parking is more convenient. I don't want to come anymore.
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FromUS$97
5/547 Reviews
The Hotel was very clean and well maintained. The staff were very friendly and did all they could to make the stay as pleasant as possible with the current COVID-19 restrictions in place. Was very happy with my stay.
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FromUS$144
4/567 Reviews
Parking is a bit expensive, but there is a good parking space in the city center. The room is large. It is a luxury in the local area. There is a happy hour every afternoon. It’s very convenient to go out and play around. Walking distance to the dining street and several online red stores.
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FromUS$149
5/539 Reviews
Staff was super friendly and welcoming and the place was very clean. Breakfast was delicious too! The bed was very comfortable and it was quiet at night. I had such a restful night and comfortable spot I stayed 2 extra days!
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FromUS$150
4.9/557 Reviews
The service attitude of the shop is very good. Waiters. Give small gifts to children. It is necessary to have a kitchen. The room is clean and tidy. The doorman service is helpful to find low-priced parking spaces.
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FromUS$189
4.2/562 Reviews
Being a Ambassador Elite Member of Mqrriott Bonvoy I am still shocked and I must say that the stay in Marriot Portland Downtown was the worth I ever had in Marriot group. This Property does not at all reflect the general high standard of Marriot / Sheraton Hotels! 1) My room was not serviced. When I arrived from the meetings at 5:30 pm, I called the reception and they informed me that as per Hotel policy rooms are only serviced when specifically requested by the guest. The same should have been informed to me at check-in, and they apologized for not having done it. However, house keeping was not available that time anymore, so cleaning etc was not possible. Max they where able to do, after second request, was send someone to pick up the trash from the bin. 2) No Ambassador recognition, no special amenities in the room, no “enhanced room”, not even a “welcome postcard”. 3) On top of the above, I was charged 30 USD “handling fee” for some small boxes which where shipped to the Hotel, and which I even had to pick up at the reception myself. At this service level I would rate the Hotel not more than 2*. It must be mentioned that all the staff was friendly and welcoming, but this does not make up for the general poor service at 250+ USD per night for a normal room.
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FromUS$189
4.1/557 Reviews
The room was very clean, the toilet seemed to have been refurbished, but the bed was not quilt and it was quite cold if the three-layer cloth was not covered. The heating was just a bit strange when it started. No kettle, slippers. Good for a cheap hotel
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FromUS$103
3.8/570 Reviews
After 5 years in Portland, I returned to the old land and chose this hotel. The interior decoration is very Portland-style, and shopping is not far from the city center, which is very convenient
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FromUS$152
4/565 Reviews
The staff and management of this hotel are excellent. They were always pleasant and helpful and absolutely merit the five stars. The shuttle service from the airport to the hotel at a later hour than some of the other hotels and very good ratings were factors in determining where I would stay as part of my trip. The exterior and lobby don't have the most up-to-date decor but the room was fine, the beds were clean and comfortable, the plumbing, heating and cooling worked well and the location was quiet. It was easy to get into Portland and travel to other areas from this location.
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FromUS$154
5/532 Reviews
For a budget hotel, this place is quite the surprise. OK, the rooms aren't tricked out or pretty like a 4 or 5 star, $300 a night place but the rooms are as clean as one. They require a deposit but what hotels don't these days. The neighborhood is mid to low income, but you don't hear sirens all night like downtown or gunshots AND sirens like in Southeast. The staff and security are quick to stop the homeless drug addicts from wandering anywhere inside or out of the building and especially in the underground parking area. The staff will not allow people without IDs to enter the building and they evict entire rooms of people who have visitors that don't register at the front desk. They also will keep your deposit because, you cannot smoke in the rooms. I've seen them evict out an entire room for being loud and still return the deposit so it's primarily the smoking. Other than losing their deposits for stinking up a room with cig or drug odors and so pissed they got caught they think a bad review will put the place out of business, I really do not understand the negative comments. It's a budget hotel. I expect scratches here dents there, but the rooms are super clean and the overall building condition is not bad. Disruptive, intense or illegal activities are not tolerated (which cannot be said of most all budget hotels in Portland). If you sleep light, then don't stay in public lodging facilities just to complain you couldn't sleep. It's not the hotels' fault you wake to ant farts. Family friendly and a few steps from Portlands awesome public transportation.
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FromUS$75
5/567 Reviews
great location. close to shopping. Amazing and attentive staff... very accommodating.. always greeted with smiles and refreshments free of charge... also pet friendly witch is convenient for me
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FromUS$116
4/567 Reviews
The breakfast is very good, and the list is ready to be eaten every day. The room is large, the kitchen utensils are complete, it is convenient to buy some green vegetables to get back (not too much fumes, the ventilation is not good, the fire alarm is big). Convenient to travel, there is a light rail station at the entrance of the hotel, just a car can sit down town for more than 3 stops. But from downtown back to the hotel it is recommended to take 35 buses because the direction of the light rail is easily confused. To the airport, you can take a minibus, $14, and make an appointment with the front desk. The 50-meter line is the Willamette River, and the riverside running is also good. The front desk was super nice, very welcoming and helpful. Hot drinks such as hot tea and hot chocolate are available free of charge in the lobby throughout the day. A 15-minute walk in the university area has a deer Ding Ji Chinese food, which tastes good. Approximately 25 minutes along the river, there is a LeCHON Western restaurant, which is also very good, but pay attention to business hours.
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FromUS$199
4.5/532 Reviews
We looked for a hotel for passing through and were very happy with the Capitol Hill Motel. It’s not located directly in Portland but as we didn’t have any time to explore the city we didn’t worry about that. The outside facade looked very nice and the room was spacious and well furnished. Missed a heating in the bathroom. Most restaurants nearby close quite early, around 9pm. We would come back.
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FromUS$119
4.7/575 Reviews
The breakfast is quite rich, and there are several staple foods to change every day. Self-service laundry is super cheap, and it costs only $2 for a bag. The location is also very good and it is very convenient to travel. The room was a little smaller, but it was clean and the bed was very comfortable. There is a roof garden on the roof, don't miss it.
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FromUS$213
4.5/579 Reviews
This hotel is not a Hilton hotel, but the price is higher than Hilton, and the room has a musty smell, because Ctrip's address navigation directly leads to the Hilton Hotel. It took an hour to find the location in the one-way downtown area. The crash, because under the name of Hilton, it was indeed a routine pit. This is the worst time for Ctrip to be pitted. It is not known whether there are many exposure fines for driving. There is really nothing remarkable about this hotel. Valet parking costs $ 52. Will not choose this hotel again, the lobby is very noisy in the evening and the service attitude is average.
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FromUS$234

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