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Hotel & Travel Information

The SAVE International 2019 Value Summit is being held at the Portland Marriott Downtown Waterfront hotel in Portland, Oregon.


The group rate is $189.00/night plus taxes. Guestroom reservations must be made by May 16, 2019  in order to receive the discounted group room rates. After this date, guestrooms are at the best available rate.

Click HERE to reserve you room or copy the following address and paste into your web browser:

Reservations may also be made by calling 1-877-901-6632. Please refer to SAVE International Value Summit.


Wireless internet and parking is not included in the guestroom room rate.

Guestroom Wireless Internet    

  • High Speed: $9.95 per day;

  • Enhanced High Speed $14.95 per day

  • Marriott Rewards Members receive free internet during their stay Join Today


Valet parking     

  • $42.00 per car, per night

Government Rate

The Government rate is based off availability so please call the hotel directly at 503.226.7600 to see if it is being offered.

Traveling to Portland

Portland International Airport (PDX)

7000 NE Airport Way, Portland, OR 97218

Portland International Airport (IATA: PDX, ICAO: KPDX, FAA LID: PDX) is a joint civil-military airport and the largest airport in the U.S. state of Oregon that accounts for 90% of passenger travel and more than 95% of air cargo of the state.[3] It is within Portland's city limits just south of the Columbia River in Multnomah County, 6 miles (10 kilometers) by air and 12 mi (19 km) by highway northeast of downtown Portland. Portland International Airport is often referred to by its IATA airport code, PDX. The airport covers 3,000 acres (1,214 ha) of land.

Portland International Airport has direct flights and connections to most major airports throughout the United States, and non-stop international flights to Canada, Germany, Iceland, Japan, Mexico, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom. The airport is a secondary hub for Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air, with Seattle–Tacoma International Airport as the primary hub. It is also a maintenance facility for Horizon AirGeneral aviation services are provided at PDX by Atlantic Aviation.[4] The Oregon Air National Guard has a base on the southwest portion of the airport property grounds, and is also the host unit of the 142d Fighter Wing (142 FW), which operates the F-15 Eagle. Local transportation includes the MAX Red Line light rail, which takes passengers between PDX and downtown Portland, as well as farther west to Beaverton, Oregon. There is also Interstate 205, which connects to southwestern Washington (north from PDX) along with many suburbs of Portland (south from PDX).

Getting Around Portland

At the heart of Portland’s world-class public transportation system is MAX light rail, with 97 stations and 60 miles of track connecting the city, airport and region.


Opened on Sept. 12, 2015, the MAX Orange Line connects downtown Portland to the Central EastsideSellwood and Milwaukie, a suburb to the southeast. The Orange Line uses Tilikum Crossing, Portland’s first new span since 1973 and the nation’s longest bridge dedicated solely to transit, bicycles and pedestrians.

MAX has five lines, all of which run through downtown:

MAX trains run about every 15 minutes most of the day, every day. Service is less frequent in the early morning, midday and evening.


  1. You must have a validated ticket, bus transfer receipt or pass before boarding MAX (unless you’re using a Hop Fastpass, which can be tapped after boarding). Ticket machines and validators are located at the station. There are no fare boxes onboard MAX.Before boarding, buy your ticket from a ticket machine or with the mobile ticketing app or tap your Hop Fastpass on a designated card reader — or validate your previously purchased ticket in the validator located near the ticket machine. A validated ticket is your proof of payment, good for two hours on MAX, buses and the Portland Streetcar. (Full-day tickets are also available.) Keep your ticket until you have completed your trip. Note: MAX ticket machines return change in coins, so small bills are recommended. If you have a TriMet pass or bus transfer receipt, just board MAX and have a seat. (Check the expiration time at the top of your transfer; you may board until that time.) You can also pay with cash or purchase adult fares using your mobile phone’s wallet function.

  2. To pay your fare, you can also use Hop Fastpass, an electronic-fare payment system launched by TriMet in 2017. Hop cards can be purchased for $3 at TriMet’s ticket office and at local retailers and grocery stores, and reloaded using the platform’s mobile app or at local stores. To use a Hop Fastpass, tap the card on a designated card reader each time you board the MAX light rail, streetcar or bus. You can also pay with cash or purchase adult fares using your mobile phone’s wallet function (Apple Pay, Android Pay or Samsung Pay).

  3. Signs at the station indicate where to wait and when the next train is due. Signs on the front of each train identify the line (Blue, Green, Red or Yellow) and destination.

  4. MAX stops at every station, so you don’t need to signal the operator to get on or off. The station name is announced before each stop and appears on a reader board overhead.


In addition to all of downtown and the Old Town Chinatown district, you can ride MAX to the following attractions:

Things to Do

No matter what it is you’d like to be, do, eat or drink — even if you’ve never tried it before — You Can, in Portland.

For more information on things to do in Portland, visit the Travel Portland website: or click HERE to view the Travel Portland Visitor's Guide.

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