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Ace Hotel Portland is one of the most unconventionally designed hotels you will ever come across. The interiors of the hotel remind you of an art gallery and cafe with the walls painted in pop art and animal shapes like cats, dogs and deer by the likes of Evan B Harris and Brent Wick. Private rooms as well as shared rooms are available. The hotel has a happening and youthful look about it, but is located in a charming 1912 building, creating a fascinating contrast. They also have a restaurant, cafe and bar within the hotel premises.
Originally established as the Hotel Alma in 1911, McMenamins Crystal Hotel has a rich history of being an automobile shop, a night club and a gambling establishment among others. Today, the historic property has been restored to its glory days, and guests staying at the hotel can experience the splendor of those times. Guests will be delighted with the vibrant decor and lively character of each of the rooms on offer. Eat, drink and listen to stellar live bands at Al's Den, the hotel's in-house restaurant and pub. The hotel's beautiful features make a perfect backdrop for weddings and other special events or for a romantic weekend holiday.
Built in the 1970s, this groovy hotel has been restored to its former glory and now features funky rooms with bright colors, comfortable linens, private decks and a bevy of amenities. The artwork seen throughout is done by local artists and the rooftop terrace offers a great view. King and queen suites are available with full kitchens and wet bars. Although there is no on-site restaurant, the Inn at Northrup Station is conveniently located in a bustling neighborhood filled with a wide variety of food options. For a truly unique stay in Portland, this hotel lives up to the hype.
Hotel Vintage Portland is set in the heart of of downtown and is among the stunning hotels in the city. Housed in a 1894 building, their richly decorated rooms take inspiration from Oregon's wineries and vineyards. Enjoy dining in their famous Pazzo Ristorante. Take a sip of classic wines by the marble fireplace in their lobby before you head to your room. Though it is a great option for business and leisure travelers, it is ideal for romantic getaways as well.
Just 10 minutes northeast of Downtown Portland, the McMenamin brothers have created yet another Portland treasure here. The 1915 Kennedy School was slated for demolition before the McMenamins intervened. Now a nostalgic retreat, each room features its own charming theme, complete with a chalkboard. Have a drink at the Honors Bar, the Detention Bar, or the Cypress Room Bar. Check out the expansive menu at the Courtyard Restaurant and later catch a movie in the Theater Bar. Peruse the original artwork adorning the hallways and tour the Concordia Brewery.