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.
Feel like royalty and indulge in luxurious surroundings at this downtown Portland hotel which has held onto it's four star diamond rating for over 30 years. The Heathman Hotel provides unsurpassed service, special little touches and grand opulence. Rooms boast incredible city views, artwork by famous local artisans and even a bed menu for the perfect night's sleep. Dine at the award-winning Heathman Restaurant and Bar for extraordinary Northwest and French cuisine. The location affords access to some of the city's best spots including the Pearl District, the Portland Center for Performing Arts, Oregon's Historical Society Museum and the Portland Art Museum.
Exuding the charm and elegance that won it National Historic Landmark status, this centrally located downtown hotel is a showpiece of exquisite architecture, punctuated with Northwest flavor. Built in 1909, The Sentinel Hotel is resplendently adorned with artwork and historic photographs that depict visionaries such as Dr. Martin Luther King, Enrico Fermi and Cassius Clay. Enjoy signature Provenance Hotel amenities like spiritual meals and the "Make It So" button, or munch on succulent specialty steaks at the on-site Jake's Grill restaurant. Mornings include in-room coffee and newspaper delivery. Plush terry robes, 24-hour maid service and umbrellas will have you feeling like royalty. Spend your spare time shopping or dining in the heart of the city.
The river views from this luxurious downtown hotel are unrivalled; not surprisingly, since it is Portland's only hotel on the Willamette River. The European feel at RiverPlace Hotel is made first class with big bathrooms, fresh flowers and a friendly staff. All of the amenities you would expect from a luxury boutique hotel chain are here. There are also ten condominiums available for those who need even more space. This is one of the more pricey places in town, but you will not be disappointed. In addition to private dining and wine hours, the hotel features a fabulous restaurant called Three Degrees.
The Hotel deLuxe lives up to its name with timeless and elegant decor and a bevy of five-star amenities. This eight-story hotel on the edge of downtown is housed in a 1920s-era building, formerly known as the Mallory Hotel. From the lobby to guest rooms, to the screening room, Hotel deLuxe exudes Hollywood glamour. The on-site cocktail lounge, the Driftwood Room offers up hand-crafted concoctions while the restaurant, Gracie's, serves an elevated menu of American cuisine. The Pop Up Cinema events take place throughout the month in their luxurious screening room which features gold leaf ceilings, 16-foot (4-4-meter) screen, chandeliers, and plush seating.
The Dossier Hotel is located in the center of the city's business, retail, and cultural districts. The stylish, intimate ambiance provides a perfect blend of privacy and attentiveness. Admire notable vintage photographs that are posted throughout the hotel, creating edgy and arty decor. Guest rooms are built for comfort with comfort and modern services in mind, with luxurious perks such as a pillow menu. Enjoy the city all day and then treat yourself to a delicious meal at the onsite restaurant.
You know you are in for some pampering when the doorman greets you with a smile. Known to Portlanders as the former historic Multnomah Hotel, all of the rooms in Embassy Suites Portland - Downtown luxury hotel are now considered suites. You can really live it up in the suite, which has all of the luxuries in fine form, as well as some fabulous views. There is a free airport shuttle, and once you make it downtown, you will be within walking distance of all the city has to offer.
This hotel is centrally located in downtown Portland, near the Willamette River and a 15-minute walk to PGE Park. It features a restaurant, gym and 32-inch LCD TV in all rooms. Each guest room at the Courtyard Portland City Center features modern décor with large pieces of artwork. A coffee maker and refrigerator as well as an iPod docking station are all included. Portland City Center Courtyard offers a full-service business center and free Wi-Fi. Laundry facilities and a gift shop are available on site. This luxury hotel’s restaurant, The Original, is open all day. It serves American cuisine in a upscale environment. Washington Park, home to the International Rose Test Garden, is a 10-minute drive from the Courtyard Portland hotel. The Oregon Convention Center and Museum of Science and Industry are also within a 10-minute drive away.
The restoration of this historic gem has rendered this hotel the shining jewel of Downtown Portland/City Center and the Pioneer Courthouse Square neighborhood. Built in 1912 by lumber baron The Benson Bubblers, the warmth of its woodwork and old charm take you back to another time. Local and national celebrities have stayed at the majestic Benson Hotel. Relax in the lounge and keep your eyes peeled for a movie star, Portland Trailblazers basketball player or a head of industry. While the property is considered expensive amongst locals, the service and luxurious amenities offered make it worth every penny spent.
Located in the heart of downtown Portland, Hotel Lucia provides accommodation that is both comfortable and stylish. The interiors are creatively decorated with pastel tints. The 127 rooms are well equipped with modern amenities and a special feature is the ‘Make It So' button that allows a guest to order anything from room service. It also offers spacious banquet halls for meetings and conferences. This boutique hotel is influenced by Asian designs and is adorned with artwork, including an exclusive collection of photos by award-winning photojournalist David Hume Kennerly.