Well-known locally for architectural preservation and the hand-painted decoration at their various pubs, the McMenamin brothers converted this abandoned country farm into a microbrew bed and breakfast in 1990. Just outside Portland city limits, the grounds include a brewery, a winery, several restaurants, a movie theater and a golf course. A licensed massage therapist is on staff. It is a convenient place to relax and unwind. Soak in the natural pool or have a turn at golf. The occasional concerts that are held here also manage to attract a lot of crowds.
This lovely hotel, located in the heart of downtown, is attached to one of the best Italian restaurants in the city, Pazzo Ristorante. The hotel was built in 1894 and restored in the early 1990s; the richly decorated rooms take inspiration from Oregon's wineries and vineyards. For a special weekend, reserve a two-story townhouse suite with a jetted tub, or sleep under the stars in a special room with conservatory windows for stargazing from bed. Enjoy nightly wine tasting in the fireside room.
You will never know you left home when you stay at Homewood Suites. Special touches, including in-room hairdryers and irons, as well as comfortable, tastefully decorated suites ensure a stay you will not forget. A huge breakfast buffet is included and should not be missed! This relatively new property, completed in July of 1998, is one of the newest additions to the list of fine Hilton lodging. The hotel is conveniently located near State Highway 26 and local services.
Just 10 minutes northeast of downtown, 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 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. Catch a movie in the Theater Bar. Peruse the original artwork adorning the hallways and tour the Concordia Brewery.
This charmingly nostalgic hotel sits in the heart of downtown Portland, parallel to the action, and features some of the best rates in the city. You will find a full kitchen in every room. The staff is courteous and friendly to both business travelers and vacationers. Steal a romantic moment on the rooftop deck or participate in the complimentary seasonal beverage service. Whatever you do during your stay, a great time is ensured.
With an on-site restaurant and jazz bar, your stay here is sure to be enjoyable. The outstanding staff will cater to your every whim and will quickly check you in and out. Guestrooms have a wealth of amenities and are clean and spacious. This country inn is definitely worth the short drive from Portland. The property is located directly off Interstate 5 in Tualatin, near local wineries and golfing.
1001 Southwest Broadway Salmon Street Portland, OR 97205
Feel like royalty and indulge in luxurious surroundings at this four diamond hotel. The Heathman Hotel provides unsurpassed service, special little touches and grand opulence. Rooms boast incredible city views, artwork by famous local artisans and comfort to spare. Dine at the award-winning Heathman Restaurant and Bar for extraordinary Northwest and French cuisine. After your meal, take advantage of MAX's Fareless Square and explore downtown Portland.
Step back into the hip yet elegant past. This eight-story hotel on the edge of downtown combines a classic look with an old-Vegas feel. Hotel deLuxe provides affordable, clean rooms. Enjoy the convenience of the restaurant located just off the lobby, like the Driftwood Room. The lounge is oddly fun as long as you can handle the smoke. Refrigerators and safes are available in most guest rooms.
This motel is located in the middle of Northeast Portland's Uptown. It is near Lloyd Center shopping, the Oregon Convention Center, the Rose Quarter and numerous places to eat, from fast food to fine cuisine. Some suites have spas. The recent remodel means everything is new in the two-story motel. Clean, spacious rooms make this a nice place to stay when traveling for business or pleasure.
Its restoration has made this hotel the classic 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 here. Sit in the lounge and keep your eyes out for a movie star, Portland Trailblazers basketball player or head of industry. While the property is considered expensive among locals, the service and luxury make it worth every penny.
This lovely hotel, located in the heart of downtown, is
attached to one of the best Italian restaurants in the city, Pazzo Ristorante. The hotel was built in 1894 and restored in the early 1990s; the richly decorated rooms ...
This charmingly nostalgic hotel sits in the heart of downtown
Portland, parallel to the action, and features some of the best rates in the city. You will find a full kitchen in every room. The staff is courteous and ...
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 ...