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.
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 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 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.
McMenamins Crystal Hotel offers unique accommodation in the heart of downtown Portland. Guests can enjoy multiple on-site bars and live entertainment. For your comfort, the musically themed rooms feature bath robes and free toiletries. Detached shared bathrooms located outside of the bedroom are available for guest use. Free Wi-Fi is provided for all guests at McMenamins Crystal Hotel. There is a 24-hour front desk at the property. The on-site restaurant Zeus Cafe is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Guests can relax and enjoy live music and weekend comedy shows or take a swim in the subterranean salt water soaking pool. Pearl District is 400 metres from the historic McMenamins Crystal Hotel, while Voodoo Doughnuts is 500 metres from the property. Portland International Airport is 10 km away.
This design hotel in downtown Portland is only a 5-minute drive from Portland State University. The hotel offers free Wi-Fi, unique guest rooms with painted murals and an on-site restaurant. Ace Hotel Portland features an 32-inch flat-screen TV and fully-stocked minibar in every guest room. The private bathrooms offer a stand-up shower or claw foot bathtub. Some rooms offer views of the Pearl District. Clyde Common restaurant at the Portland Ace features long communal tables and an open kitchen. Guests can also have a cup of coffee from the hotel's Stumptown Coffee or a bagel from Kenny & Zuke's. Guests can enjoy bicycle rentals at the property. The Portland Art Museum is a 10-minute walk from the Ace Hotel. Governor Tom McCall Waterfront Park is less than one mile away.