The best hotel to stay in for a Portland visit depends on what you’re looking for—there are historic buildings-turned-hotels, like former department ... Read More
The best hotel to stay in for a Portland visit depends on what you’re looking for—there are historic buildings-turned-hotels, like former department store The Nines, as well as funky boutique hotels like The Ace, and retro, rock-star-worthy stops like The Jupiter. T+L’s guide to where to stay in Portland has you covered, whether you want high-end or quirky.
Portland’s eclectic urban charm is reflected in the variety of hotels the city has to offer—luxury accommodations, small independent properties, B&Bs featuring local works of art, and spa resorts in the Willamette Valley. Portland’s historic Heathman Hotel, located downtown, is a luxury boutique hotel with an interior that merges Italian architecture with postmodern works of art, including an impressive collection of Andy Warhol lithographs. It’s perfectly suited for art lovers, given that it’s adjacent to the Portland Center for the Performing Arts, as well as the Portland Art Museum, and Portland’s designated Cultural District.
The Hotel Monaco Portland, a luxury boutique property from Kimpton, offers modern amenities with a rustic-chic interior. Environmentally conscious travelers might want to stay at The Nines, which received LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification for its efforts providing renewable energy and recycling, as well as an in-house organic restaurant, Urban Farmers Steakhouse.