Portland, known for being environmentally friendly and culturally trendy, is a very popular travel destination. Whether you’re traveling for work, planning on exploring the city’s gorgeous parks, or enjoying the local art and music scene, you’ll want comfortable and inviting accommodation. No matter the reason for your trip, Airbnb is the perfect place to look. To help you find one that fits your needs, we’ve compiled a list of the best Airbnbs in Portland, Oregon.
We want to be sure we’re showing you the very best that Airbnb has to offer, no matter the type of listing. Therefore, every rental mentioned in our list is run by superhosts – hosts with a strong track record of excellent reviews and a lot of experience. Additionally, some of these hosts are members of Airbnb Plus and have been verified by Airbnb with in-person inspections.
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Creative, Clean Bungalow with Patio
This rental has everything to accommodate up to four guests in a chic, bright space. The walls are adorned with original artwork, which complements the sleek minimalist furnishings. With plenty of amenities provided, this is one of the best vacation rentals in Portland for small groups.
There’s a queen-size bed with a memory foam mattress in the bedroom, which has a big wooden sliding door that can open to turn it into a studio-style space or close to give a feeling of privacy. There’s also a smart TV as well as a natural wood desk to give you space to work. In the living room, the couch folds out into a bed to supply enough sleeping room for everyone.
In the bathroom, the artsy style continues with a few choice pops of color and novelty fixtures alongside the big walk-in shower. The kitchenette is stocked with enough dishes for your whole party and equipped with a minifridge, electric kettle, and toaster oven so that you’ll be able to fuel up and go with ease. There’s also a barbecue grill outside that you can use to cook more hearty meals. And if you need a place to relax while you drink your coffee, the backyard patio has a table and chairs with an umbrella so you can enjoy the weather without soaking up too much sun.
Blue Door Micro-Loft
If you’re looking to stay in an apartment in Portland, Oregon that’s a little different from the rest, then consider staying in a tiny house like this ultra-comfy micro-loft. Rich natural wood is used in much of the construction and is accented by deep browns and calm grays in much of the décor, giving this home a warm and restful feeling.
The kitchenette packs a lot into a small space, with a pull-out cart that provides extra room for preparing food. There’s also a convection oven, microwave, and minifridge. The bathroom has a rain-style shower head and is stocked with all-organic shampoo, conditioner, body wash, and lotion.
Despite being a small place, there’s room for up to four guests to sleep comfortably. The upstairs bedroom has a memory-foam queen-size bed, and the downstairs living room has a daybed that doubles as a couch. And the yard has a barbecue grill as well as some outdoor seating on the terrace, so you’ll be able to step outside and enjoy the sunshine and a tasty meal.
Bright, Historic Home with Patio
When you walk inside this loft space, you’ll notice the beautiful blue couch, the floor-to-ceiling windows, and the antique-looking indoor fireplace. With colorful décor and the feel of an old-timey cottage, you’ll be sure to fall in love with this Portland Airbnb.
That blue couch folds out into a sofa bed that sleeps one person. There’s also a smart TV and a collection of board games in the living room. In the bedroom, you’ll find a queen-size bed, a full length mirror, and some art that celebrates nature and plant life.
The bathroom has a shower-and-tub combo, lots of shelving to keep all your goodies, and a small window covered with outside plants to give you natural light while still maintaining perfect privacy. There’s a full kitchen with a stove, oven, fridge, and microwave, and a breakfast bar with stools that serves as a dining area. The exterior is a bright, cheery red and yellow, and some comfy lawn chairs will give you a chance to enjoy the shade from the old cedar tree that stands tall in the yard.
Airy Clinton Street Guesthouse
You’ll first note the vibrant colors and vaulted ceilings when you enter this charming guesthouse. With enough room to sleep up to five guests, this will be a great place for a family trip or a chance to catch up with friends.
There’s lots of art on the walls of every room, from the living room which has a fold-out sofa bed to the bedroom furnished with a queen-size bed. And if you need more sleeping accommodations, the host also provides a floor mattress and a travel crib. The bathroom has a fully tiled walk-in shower and enough towels for everyone.
The full kitchen has a glass-top stove, an oven, a microwave, and even a dishwasher, and there’s a dining table set for four with room for more. With all the space and great appliances, the kitchen alone makes this one of the best Portland Airbnbs for a group. There’s even a patio out back with a barbecue grill and outdoor furniture, so you and your group can grill and chill together in the evenings.
Art-Filled, Charming Guesthouse
One of the notable features of this guesthouse is the reclaimed Douglas fir wood used in several of the furnishings. With room for up to three guests, this home is a great place to relax and unwind.
The full kitchen has a microwave, coffee maker, and a dishwasher, and the window above the kitchen sink faces pretty foliage that’ll bring a little outdoor charm to your mornings. Between the kitchen and the stairs, a dining nook has a table with four yellow chairs. The bathroom has a walk-in shower with a rain-style showerhead, and a tall stool in case anyone in your party has mobility needs. This Portland Airbnb also has a lovely common space to relax, with a combination living room and recreation room that has a TV and a gorgeous view out the big picture windows.
Two can sleep in the bedroom’s queen-size bed, and the curtains on the three windows can be closed for privacy or opened to let in tons of natural light. A third person can sleep on the recreation room’s sofa bed. And if you’d like to have lunch in the afternoon sun, a rustic wooden table and chairs sits in the backyard next to a beautiful stand of bamboo.
Storybook Cottage with Private Deck
If you’ve ever wanted to feel like you stepped into the type of cottage that fairytales start in, this gorgeous vacation house for rent in Portland will make those dreams come true. This home is ready for up to six guests, allowing you to bring a group to help you live out your storybook adventures.
Two bedrooms have queen-size beds and smart TVs, and one also has an armchair set in a corner to provide a cozy reading nook. The third bedroom has a bunk bed, and if you’re traveling with kids, the hosts provide a basket of stuffed animals, a kiddie table, and a picture book. If everyone in the group is an adult, the room will be furnished with a luggage rack instead. There are two bathrooms, both with tiled walk-in showers and one of which is even equipped with an in-ceiling rain showerhead, so everyone will be able to enjoy a super-relaxing scrub.
If all this plus the big, full kitchen and even bigger back deck don’t sell you, then maybe the living room’s indoor fireplace will. And if you’re an animal lover, you’ll need to check out the chicken coop in the backyard, where five hens supply fresh eggs if you happen to be there during their laying season, making this an outstanding Airbnb in Portland.
Spacious, Modern House
Sometimes you’re traveling with lots of people and just need the space to accommodate them all. If this sounds like you and your crew, then you’re probably thinking about renting a house in Portland. This house has room for eight people to sleep comfortably, making it an excellent option.
This Portland Airbnb comes with four bedrooms, three furnished with a queen-size bed and one with a king. There are three bathrooms, all with dark wood-and-stone cabinetry in stark, gorgeous contrast to the bright white walls. A new washer and dryer are also provided.
If the kitchen is a common gathering space for you and yours, this one will facilitate that wonderfully, with a ton of counter space, cooking supplies, a big fridge, a microwave, a coffee maker, and a kettle. The dining table is integrated into the kitchen space, too, and seats all eight guests. The outdoor space is lovely, with a back patio that includes a covered table and chairs, plus two lounge chairs in the sun. The front of the property faces the street, where huge trees bloom with pink flowers when they’re in season. There’s also a balcony with sliding glass doors overlooking the street, so you’ll be able to enjoy the view from the dining room.
Eclectic Guesthouse Retreat
This guesthouse brings the concept of natural light and fresh air to a new level, with a glass garage door that opens one whole side of the bedroom to the back porch and gives tons of extra room. If you’re a fan of all things bright and airy, this might be one of the best Airbnbs in Portland for your adventure.
Also in the bedroom is a king-size bed with a memory foam mattress and a TV. The second room is a living room, with a sofa bed that sleeps two more guests. The bathroom has a soaking tub so that you can let go of the stress of the day and a rain-style shower head. There are lots of fluffy towels provided, too.
Connected to the living room is a full kitchen, with a refrigerator, stove, oven, microwave, and dishwasher. There’s an indoor dining room as well as a covered table and chairs on the back porch. The porch has an outdoor barbecue grill and is surrounded by pretty garden plants.
Sunny Nature-Lover’s Cottage
This Airbnb in Portland has room for up to five guests and will be a great, comfortable place for anyone looking to stay on Pine Street. The house is even part of the American Institute of Architects tour because of its artful construction and décor. The host provides bikes, too, so you’ll be able to explore the area with ease.
Glass gable walls, Douglas fir accents, and granite countertops are just part of what makes this home stunning. The two bedrooms are furnished with cozy chairs for reading and have big, open picture windows to give you lots of natural light. One bedroom has a king-size bed and the other has a queen. The common areas of the house are adorned with more natural wood and lots of warm neutral color and plant-themed decorations, letting in a bit of mother nature into the heart of the city.
There is one full-size bathroom with a walk-in tile shower stocked with shampoo, conditioner, and body wash. There’s a second half-bath available, too, so everyone can get their teeth brushed and their hair done in the mornings. A washer and dryer are provided, and there’s an outdoor space with a patio, hanging lights, and a private outdoor shower. And for meals, there’s a full kitchen with a stove, oven, dishwasher, and refrigerator.
Colorful, Cozy Townhouse
This newly remodeled historic home is big, it’s grand, and it’s ready to welcome up to eight guests in a warm and vibrant atmosphere. Right across the street from the light rail and filled with great amenities, this hidden gem of an Airbnb in downtown Portland will be great for hosting any midsize gathering.
The living room has two couches, one of which is oversized, and a big TV, so everyone can get together and watch a movie with plenty of room to relax. There’s a big kitchen with everything supplied to cook any meal you could hope for, including a blender, oven and stove, refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker, and kettle. A full dining table provides enough room for eight people, but there’s also a breakfast bar for additional space.
There are four bedrooms, two with queen-size beds, one with a king, and one with an adult-size bunk bed with one twin and one full mattress. Each bedroom has its own distinct additions, such as cutout windows and a chaise longue in one and a large floor-to-ceiling mirror in another. With this many people, you might need a laundry room, and this house has one with a washer, dryer, sink, and iron. And make sure to spend some time outside, either sitting at the garden table in the backyard or enjoying the bench swing on the second-floor balcony.
Chic, Modern Guesthouse with Terrace
An open, simple design and a bright, warm feeling are the key characteristics of this short-term rental in Portland, which make it welcoming and serene.
The living room has a smart TV that’s hooked up to streaming and a sound system, so if you love ending your day with a good movie, this is an excellent option. On one wall of the living room are glass doors that lead to a private, fenced backyard terrace, where you can enjoy the hanging string lights and patio furniture in the evenings. The full kitchen includes a dishwasher, as well as a dining table with enough chairs to seat six people.
The first bedroom has a king-size bed, enormous windows, and room-darkening panels. There’s also a travel crib and a small work desk. The second bedroom has a queen-size bed, gable wall windows, and access to a private balcony. A full bathroom includes a walk-in shower with a skylight, so you’ll be able to enjoy natural light even there. With so many windows and open spaces, this is absolutely one of the best Airbnb rentals in Portland for anyone who loves the sunshine.
You might be looking for short-term house rentals in Portland in the hope that they’ll be a little more environmentally friendly than a hotel. This home was built by the owners and designed to be energy efficient and eco-conscious, so you can enjoy your vacation while worrying a little less about your carbon footprint.
The bedroom has a king-size bed and a big plush rug to keep away the chill if you happen to be traveling during the colder months. And if you like that idea, you’ll love the heated floors of the bathroom. There’s also a walk-in shower with both a rain-style and a removable shower head. In the second sleeping area in the living room, a daybed doubles as a couch, and there you’ll also find a TV with a streaming service.
The full kitchen has lots of counter space, a convection oven, a coffee maker, and a dishwasher, and there’s also a dining table with enough room for all four guests to sit comfortably. And if you want to lounge outside, there’s a fenced-in porch with chairs and a few flowers to add a pop of color. Since you’re staying in a city that tries to be environmentally conscious, choosing this Airbnb in Portland will help you join the mission.
Artsy, Bohemian Suite
This guest suite creates the perfect blend of a crisp and clean feeling with a whimsical and colorful mood. If you want a place that’ll help you relax and really give you that vacation feeling, this Airbnb in Portland is perfect for your trip.
You’ll find a full kitchen that includes a dishwasher, fridge, kettle, and Keurig coffee maker; there’s a washer and dryer, too. Just outside the kitchen is a dining nook with room for two to eat, great for a quick bite in the morning. The living room has a small couch and a cushy armchair along with a wall-mounted TV.
Adding to the clean-cut impression of this home is the all-white bathroom with a walk-in shower. The bedroom has a king-size bed, a side table with floral decoration, and a door that leads to the backyard. Here you’ll find a small patio with a cushioned bench and a mulched yard big enough to play a modest game of frisbee or to just enjoy being outside.
Vibrant, Private Loft
Color and style abound in this splendid apartment, where you’ll be greeted by rich blues and sunny yellows when you first enter. If you’re looking for a bright, classic Portland Airbnb for two, this loft hits the spot.
The living room’s couch has lots of throw pillows, so you’ll be able to curl up however you want when watching the cable TV. And while natural light is always energizing, there are privacy panels on the window and glass door that double as a room-darkening option. The full kitchen, with a stove, oven, coffeemaker, toaster, and more, sits alongside the living room.
The bedroom has a queen-size bed with 1,800 thread count linens, space to hang some clothes, a full-length floor mirror, and more pops of color in the art all around. A full bathroom provides towels and a robe and includes a washer and dryer. Outside, the front patio has a table and chairs so that you can sip your coffee and enjoy watching cars go by.
Serene Two-Story House With Backyard
Located near Forest Park, this cottage has a calming color scheme that lends it a tranquil ambience. An arched ceiling in the common areas also helps give this Airbnb in Portland a feeling of openness.
The living room has big windows, comfy fabric furniture, and throw pillows and blankets that’ll be oh-so snugly when you relax and watch TV. The sofa also folds out into a bed that sleeps two people. On the other side of this open floorplan space is a full kitchen, with a stove, oven, dishwasher, fridge, and microwave. The dining area has a table-countertop combo with three chairs, extra kitchen storage space, and a wine rack in case you want to bring a few bottles to enjoy.
The full bathroom has a big walk-in shower that is perfect for scrubbing down after exploring some of the nearby nature trails. The bedroom sleeps two more people in its queen-size bed and has a nightstand with a reading lamp on either side. There’s also a laundry room with a washer and dryer, free parking on premises, and a big backyard with patio furniture and a garden path so that you can enjoy some fresh air.
Whether you’re a solo traveler on a business trip or traveling with lots of friends or family for a vacation getaway, these Airbnbs in Portland will surely keep you comfortable and give you a great place to rest.