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Shilo Inn Hotel & Suites Beaverton - Oregon

9900 SW Canyon Road Portland, OR 97225 P: (503) 297-2551 F: (503) 297-7708

welcome to Beaverton Oregon
The Shilo Inn Hotel & Suites – Portland/Beaverton is minutes from downtown Portland, off Highways 217 and 26. The exquisitely appointed 142 newly updated rooms and suites boast renewed ambiance and comfort and our proximity to Nike, Intel, Tektronix, Lincoln Center and Nimbus Business Park makes us the logical choice for business travelers. Kids under 18 always stay free with an adult at Shilo Inns. Dogs welcome with nominal fee.
hotel amenities
  • ADA compliant rooms available, call 800-222-2244 for details or use comments field online to reserve
  • Business Center
  • Cigar Bar, Large Screen Televisions, Special Bar Menu and Beverage Service is Available.
  • Complimentary Continental Breakfast Buffet for guests
  • Dog Friendly
  • Free Parking for Guests
  • Guest Laundry: Washers & Dryers
  • High Speed Internet Access
  • Lounge
  • Meeting and Banquet Rooms available
  • Outdoor Swimming Pool
  • Outdoor Whirlpool Spa
  • This Hotel Is 100% Smoke Free
  • Workout Facility
  • room amenities
  • Alarm Clock Radio
  • Coffee Maker
  • Hair Dryer
  • Cribs
  • Free Local Calls
  • Ironing Board & Iron
  • Microwave
  • Premium Television Services
  • Refrigerator
  • Room Service
  • Satellite TV
  • Services
    Flexible meeting and conference space with service by our professional and friendly staff makes Shilo Inns your first choice for a business meeting, conference, executive retreat or group event. Our knowledgeable staff will assist you with all of your planning needs including decorations, menu selection, room setup and audio visual presentation.

  • Meeting and Group Planning
  • Convention & Banquet Facilities
  • Request for Proposal
  • Attractions
    Welcome to a museum that doesn’t act like a museum. You won’t find any velvet ropes inside & playing with & touching our exhibits is strongly encouraged. We’re also home to the Opal Public Charter School & the Center for Children’s Learning. Opal Public Charter School is a public charter elementary school & tuition-based preschool. The Center for Children’s Learning is an ever-expanding research institute that guides the development of the Museum & Opal Public Charter School curriculum.
    Welcome to the Columbia River Gorge Scenic Area, a year-round recreational area offering the best of outdoor activities including camping, hiking, biking, golf, whitewater rafting and kayaking, windsurfing and kite boarding, boating, bird watching, photography, downhill and cross country skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing – the list is endless.
    Founded in 1964 in Portland, Oregon, the World Forestry Center is a nonprofit educational institution. Our mission is to educate and inform people about the world's forests and trees, and their importance to all life, in order to promote a balanced and sustainable future.
    Nestled snugly today in the Vancouver/Portland metropolitan area and enveloped by its highway, rail, air, and maritime commercial networks, Fort Vancouver is a gem of a park whose story as an economic and cultural center - told, in part, through engaging programs and a world-class archaeology collection - fascinatingly portends that of the modern-day Pacific Northwest.
    Designed by Professor Takuma Tono beginning in 1963, though the garden opened to the public in 1967. In a study conducted by the Journal of Japanese Gardening, it was ranked first out of 300 public Japanese gardens outside of Japan & considered to be one of the most authentic. Notable because a traditional Japanese garden normally takes hundreds of years to evolve & mature, but the Portland Japanese Garden evolved much more quickly—a fusion of hurried western style & stately eastern expression.
    Timberline Lodge is an integral part of American heritage. In keeping with the spirit of our pioneer forefathers, the area’s native people, and the mountain’s bounty of wild flora and fauna, the lodge and ski area were built with the rugged spirit of individualism and yet, as a product of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s New Deal policies, it was also born out of a spirit of cooperation and teamwork. Timberline Lodge was born during the throes of the Great Depression.
    A waterfall as magnificent and memorable as any in the country is located just a 30- minute drive outside of Portland. Visiting Multnomah Falls, a 611-foot-tall roaring, awe-inspiring cascade of icy water, lets you experience the power and beauty of nature up close and with ease. From the parking area off of I-84, a 5-minute walk is all that separates you from the exhilarating spray at the base of the falls.
    The Washington Park Zoo, as it was then called, celebrated its 100th birthday in 1987. From its humble beginnings in the back of a pharmacy in downtown Portland to its prominence as the leading paid attraction in the state of Oregon, the zoo has seen a multitude of changes.
    On October 24, 1992, the new 219,000 square-foot OMSI opened. In 1994, OMSI opened the USS Blueback for public tours, providing a unique look at the people, history, and technology associated with the last non-nuclear powered submarine built by the U.S. Navy. OMSI has continued to grow over the years and currently has five exhibit halls with hundreds of interactive exhibits and displays. Today, the museum serves over 1 million visitors at the museum and through off-site education programs.
    Since 1918, this regal sight has enthralled millions of travelers. From its surrounding vantage point 733 feet above the Columbia River and overlooking the busy I-84, countless sightseers and photographers have enjoyed a step back in time and one of Oregon’s most inspiring views.