One of the most progressive cities on the West Coast, Portland has earned a reputation for innovation with its entrepreneurial spirit. Its homegrown influencers contribute to the city’s laid back vibe, where craft brewers, food carts, coffee roasters, and miles of bike paths through the city’s natural beauty are the norm. Fortunately for visitors, this also means a wide array of choices when it comes to picking the perfect place to stay.
1.The Nines Hotel
© The Nines Hotel
This luxury hotel is “dressed to the nines” in a nod to the building’s history as Portland’s premier department store. Original artwork from local artists can be found in the hotel’s rooms and public spaces, from statues that imitate dress forms to a pop art portrait of Clark Gable, who worked at the department store before his rise to stardom. The Nines is equally committed to preserving local history and the environment. This commitment can be seen in their choice of Beekind toiletries, use of sustainable ingredients in the meals served at the Urban Farmer Restaurant, and the selection of energy-saving features throughout the property. Read more
525 SW Morrison, Portland, OR, Phone: 877-229-9995
© Hotel Rose
Located in downtown Portland, across the road from Tom McCall Waterfront Park on the banks of Willamette River, Hotel Rose keeps up with Portland’s motto of “keep Portland weird.” Wildly colorful, the hotel is modern and sleek and has 142 incredibly comfortable (and colorful) rooms that have all the amenities the modern traveler expects: free Wi-Fi, HD TV, coffeemaker, a minifridge, and a comfortable desk. Like all Staypineapple hotels, Hotel Rose welcomes your pet and provides them with a comfortable bed and a water bowl. Some rooms have incredible views of the river and the city skyline and others have balconies and sitting and dining rooms. Guests are invited to take advantage of the hotel’s easily recognizable pineapple yellow bikes for easy exploring. The hotel’s restaurant/bar has a wonderful massive fireplace and if you only need a quick snack, coffee and pineapple cupcakes are available in the afternoon for free.
50 SW Morrison St, Portland, OR 97204, Phone: 503-221-0711
© Jupiter Hotel
Located a walking distance from downtown Portland in a converted midcentury motor lodge, Jupiter is an upscale, hip, and very modern boutique hotel near the colorful Pearl District and the Oregon Convention Center. The hotel is filled with light and oversized original paintings and murals, which also decorate the modern minimalist rooms. All rooms have super comfortable beds, free Wi-Fi, and flat-screen TVs. Suites add kitchenettes and living rooms. Surrounded by a lush bamboo forest, the hotel has a lovely outdoor space with a fire pit. The hotel has a cozy cocktail lounge, an art gallery, and a restaurant. Next to the hotel is Doug Fir, a popular music venue.
800 E Burnside St, Portland, OR 97214, Phone: 503-230-9200
4.River's Edge Hotel & Spa
© River's Edge Hotel & Spa
Situated along a picturesque tree-lined section of the Willamette River, River’s Edge Hotel & Spa is a waterfront property in the South Waterfront District. This prime location offers hotel guests the serenity of a quiet night’s sleep while still being in close proximity to popular attractions like the Rose Quarter sports and entertainment district and other hot downtown destinations. The environmentally friendly hotel provides an indoor/outdoor ambiance, farm-to-table culinary experience, full-service spa, and modern fitness center. There are 99 sophisticated boutique-style rooms. Of those, 18 are one-bedroom suites with gas fireplaces, offering a cozy and romantic experience on cool nights.
0455 SW Hamilton Court, Portland, OR, Phone: 503-802-5800
5.The Duniway Portland
© The Duniway Portland
The Duniway Portland is a delightful tucked-away hotel within Portland's business district, located within walking distance of top city attractions such as the Portland Art Museum, the Portland Saturday Market, and Governor Tom McCall Waterfront Park. The Hilton-owned hotel offers boutique-style guest rooms with elite Waldorf Serenity beds, stocked with luxurious amenities such as high-definition televisions, mini-fridges, and in-room coffee and tea makers. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner service are offered at Chris Cosentino's Jackrabbit Restaurant, which focuses on shareable plates with house-cured meats and gin-forward cocktails. Other hotel amenities include a 24-hour fitness center, a heated indoor pool, and a terrace offering yoga courses and live music performances.
545 SW Taylor St, Portland, OR 97204, Phone: 503-553-7000
6.Kimpton Hotel Monaco
© Kimpton Hotel Monaco
Sightseers looking to be in the middle of it all will get the perfect central location while staying at the Kimpton Hotel Monaco. Built in 1912, the hotel offers an historical ambiance in its large, bright rooms decorated with local art. Guests can enjoy libations in the evening during the complimentary cocktail hour. Room rates also come with morning coffee and free bike rentals. The building also houses a tavern serving up classic American cuisine. Just outside the door, visitors can access Pioneer Square and the Tom McCall Waterfront Park or experience local shops, cafes, restaurants, and breweries.
506 SW Washington Street, Portland, OR, Phone: 503-222-0001
7.Kimpton River Place Hotel
© Kimpton River Place Hotel
While visiting Portland, the Kimpton River Place Hotel offers modern accommodations with luxury, lodge-like comfort. Room rates come with premium amenities like complimentary beer, wine, coffee, tea, and snacks plus free access to a nearby fitness center and lap pool. The concierge services also include in-room spa treatments perfect for a day of pampering. Visitors get free loaner bikes and valet parking as well. The on-site restaurant treats travelers to a hot meal, serving up fresh seafood and local favorites. After stepping outside the door, guests can take a short stroll along a lovely riverfront to get to downtown Portland.
1510 SW Harbor Way, Portland, OR, Phone: 503-228-3233
© Hotel Vintage
Hotel Vintage celebrates wine culture with unique touches throughout the property. Each of the rooms and suites are named after local wineries and feature cork-lined walls. Happy hour in the Bacchus Bar means a large selection of local wines and live music performances. Even dogs are invited to happy hour at this pet-friendly hotel! The casual vibe continues in the chic game lounge, where guests can play pool or shuffleboard or challenge fellow travelers to a video game on a Wii, Xbox, or PlayStation console. Old-school gamers can even play a rousing game of The Oregon Trail in the on-site technology center.
422 S.W. Broadway, Portland, OR, Phone: 503-228-1212
9.Mt. Scott Manor Bed and Breakfast
© Mt. Scott Manor Bed and Breakfast
The Mt. Scott Manor Bed and Breakfast is minutes away from Portland in a beautiful natural setting. This Tudor-style home offers spacious accommodations with en suite bathrooms that are outfitted with Jacuzzi Whirlpools or Kohler soaking tubs. American oak furniture and country decor give the rooms a “home away from home” feeling. Family-style breakfast is served in the dining room and accompanied by background music from the surround sound system. Common areas include a den and a great room with a fireplace, piano, and bar. The innkeepers can make recommendations for activities and entertainment in Happy Valley and Portland.
12750 SE Callahan Road, Happy Valley, OR, Phone: 503-477-4949
10.Portland’s White House
© Portland’s White House
Guests of Portland’s White House will certainly feel like heads of state when they see the accommodations and amenities offered by the owners of this Greek revival-style bed and breakfast. A locavore breakfast is prepared daily by the inn’s co-owner and chef and served on his grandmother’s antique china. The rooms in both the main house and carriage house are filled with elegant furniture and have en suite bathrooms with modern fixtures and Molton Brown toiletries. Located in the Irvington Historic District, the inn is just a short 7-minute drive from downtown Portland and has award-winning meeting and event facilities.
1914 NE 22nd Avenue, Portland, OR, Phone: 503-287-7131
11.Apas House Bed and Breakfast
© Apas House Bed and Breakfast
The Apas House is notorious for its commitment to the environment. From organic cotton bedding and eco-friendly toiletries to home-grown produce and wind-generated electricity, this bed and breakfast will appeal to environmentally conscious travelers. The three spacious rooms are named after elements of nature and can be reserved for short or long-term stays. Breakfast is made from ingredients grown in the on-site garden or purchased from local farmers. A tea and coffee station is available for guest use and the owners can recommend nearby yoga studios and alternative therapists for complete mind and body relaxation.
2850 SE 58th Avenue, Portland, OR, Phone: 503-310-1240
12.Division Inns - Evermore Guesthouse
© Division Inns – Evermore Guesthouse
The Evermore Guesthouse is a beautifully restored Arts and Crafts inn with original details artfully blended with modern amenities. Guests will feel right at home with full use of the kitchen, common rooms, and laundry facilities. Each of the rooms and suites have private bathrooms, most of which feature clawfoot soaking tubs and marble vanities. A continental breakfast with an assortment of fresh fruits and pastries is available every morning. Guests who prefer a more substantial meal can use the kitchen or visit one of the local cafés or restaurants. The Evermore is in the Division/Clinton neighborhood, which is known for its wine bars, boutiques, and specialty shops.
3860 SE Clinton Street, Portland, OR, Phone: 503-206-6509
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13.Lion and the Rose - Victorian Guest House
© Lion and the Rose- Victorian Guest House
Guests will feel like they’ve traveled back in time when they step over the threshold of this Victorian-era guest house. The Lion and the Rose has been authentically decorated with antique furnishings, period wallpaper, and vintage accessories. Depending on the season, a continental or full-plated breakfast is offered daily and complimentary snack and drinks are always available in the kitchen or on “Grandma’s Treat Table.” The parlors, dining room, and courtyard can be reserved for special events, from business meetings to intimate weddings. Staff can provide limited food and beverage service or recommend a pre-approved outside caterer.
1810 NE 15th Avenue, Portland, OR, Phone: 503-287-9245
14.The Fulton House Bed and Breakfast
© The Fulton House Bed and Breakfast
The historic Fulton House is a Craftsman-style home in the southwest section of Portland, near Willamette Park’s open spaces, bike and jogging paths, and sports facilities. Parents of students attending Lewis & Clark or Reed College will find Fulton House to be an ideal location to stay for Family Weekend or Commencement. Each morning, the staff serves a homemade breakfast in the dining room or, weather permitting, on the patio. Guests can spend the afternoon visiting downtown Portland or relaxing in the sun room with a freshly baked chocolate chip cookie or a glass of wine and a good book.
7006 SW Virginia Avenue, Portland, OR, Phone: 503-892-5781
15.Sandes of Time Bed & Breakfast
© Sandes of Time Bed & Breakfast
Travelers passing through Portland will find a charming respite at the Sandes of Time Bed & Breakfast. Nestled in the Milwaukie suburb of Southeast Portland, the Sandes provides comfortable accommodations in a warm and welcoming home built in 1907. The hosts have renovated the interior with modern fixtures while still preserving the building’s history. Sightseers can sip wine on the front porch with a view of the surrounding gardens and greenery. For fun, the local farmlands, flowers, farmers markets, horse ranches, and antique stores provide the perfect afternoon outing. Meanwhile, guests can plan a day trip to Mount Hood or visit vineyards in the nearby Willamette Valley.
16022 SE River Road, Portland, OR, Phone: 503-654-8813
16.A Painted Lady Inn
© A Painted Lady Inn
A Painted Lady Inn puts patrons right in the middle of Portland’s hip Northeast district without breaking the bank. The inn’s inviting Victorian-style architecture provides a quaint cottage with its backyard garden patio, delightful dining room, warm fireplace, and covered front porch swing. Visitors enjoy free parking and easy access to all of Portland’s main attractions. Oregon’s largest mall sits just blocks away, and the light rail provides free transportation to the downtown area. Room rates include breakfast, which the hosts prepare every morning, and the cozy beds promise a good night’s rest in between sightseeing.
1927 NE 16th Avenue, Portland, OR, Phone: 503-335-0070
© Sentinel Hotel
A stay at the Sentinel Hotel is a curated experience like no other. This luxury hotel’s partnerships with local companies like Salt & Straw, Bee Local, and Boys Fort embody the community spirit in this downtown neighborhood. After exploring the area, be sure to stop in the lobby for a complimentary glass of iced tea or citrus water before heading to your comfortably furnished accommodations. All rooms and suites are stocked with locally sourced amenities, Lather toiletries, and cozy bathrobes. Travelers can feed their soul with a book from the hotel’s spiritual menu or feed their appetite with a meal at Jake’s Grill or Jackknife. Things to Do in Portland
614 SW 11th Avenue, Portland, OR, Phone: 503-224-3400
18.The Paramount Hotel
© The Paramount Hotel
Situated in Portland’s downtown core, The Paramount Hotel Portland gives guests easy access to all of the city’s best shopping, bars, and attractions. The spacious rooms come with modern amenities and comfortable beds at relatively affordable rates. Room types include options with balconies and views of the park below. The on-site restaurant prepares Asian-fusion cuisine with a beer and sake menu. Corporate meeting rooms and the center come with secretarial services for travelers in town on business. The Portland Art Museum, Pioneer Square, and Old Town/Chinatown are all within under 10 minutes walking distance from the hotel.
808 SW Taylor Street, Portland, OR, Phone: 503-223-9900
© Hotel Lucia
First constructed in 1909, the Hotel Lucia has become a landmark in the city. This stylish hotel puts guests right in the heart of downtown Portland near all of the best bars, restaurants, shopping, and attractions. The interior blends elements of art deco with modern decor, and rooms contain framed black and white photography by a local Pulitzer Prize winning artist. Visitors can help themselves to Portland Roasting coffee and Steven Smith tea in their rooms. Hotel facilities also include 24-hour room service, a fitness center, and a business center. The hotel also hosts a free happy hour of craft beer in the evenings.
400 SW Broadway, Portland, OR, Phone: 503-225-1717
© Heathman Hotel
When it comes to amenities, the historical Heathman Hotel pulls out all the stops. Elegant rooms come equipped with marble bathrooms, Lotus luxury bedding, and 32’ flat-screen TVs. Guests can choose between three mattress selections for optimal comfort. Other services include daily newspaper delivery, same-day laundry and dry cleaning, and 24-hour room service. During a stay, tourists can taste the flavors of the Pacific Northwest at the on-site restaurant, Headwaters, run by the James Beard award-winning chef Vitaly Paley. This sophisticated hotel in downtown Portland sits within walking distance to all of the town’s top attractions.
1001 SW Broadway, Portland, OR, Phone: 503-241-4100
21.McMenamins Kennedy School Hotel
© McMenamins Kennedy School Hotel
Portland’s Kennedy School Hotel was once a historical elementary school. Original elements of the school, including architectural details, chalkboards, and cloakrooms, are part of the decor. Located in the old school’s little girl’s room, the hotel’s Concordia Brewery produces a variety of beers, from hoppy IPAs to seasonal selections. The hotel also contains other school-themed bars, including the Detention Bar, a perfect place for a bourbon, or the Theater Bar, located in the lobby of the hotel’s movie theater. Definitely a unique experience, the McMenamins Kennedy School Hotel’s events calendar features everything from vaudeville shows to opera performances.
5736 NE 33rd Avenue, Portland, OR, Phone: 503-249-3983
22.The Benson, a Coast Hotel
© The Benson, a Coast Hotel
The Benson has been welcoming visitors to Portland since 1913. Located in the heart of the city, it is steps away from renowned attractions like Powell’s bookstore and Voodoo Doughnut as well as world-class museums, theaters, art galleries, and restaurants. After a day spent in downtown Portland, guests will enjoy a good night’s sleep on a pillow top or Tempur-Pedic mattress tucked under a down-filled comforter. The Benson even provides Tempur-Pedic dog beds for your four-legged traveling companion. Guests combining business with pleasure will appreciate having 24-hour access to the business center, which is equipped with computer workstations, high-speed internet, and a printer.
309 Southwest Broadway, Portland, OR, Phone: 503-228-2000
© Hotel deLuxe
Centrally located in downtown Portland, Hotel deLuxe takes guests back in time with its nostalgic interior imitating Hollywood’s Golden Age. Decor balances art deco decor with modern art. The devil is in the details, and Hotel deLuxe goes above and beyond to offer a truly luxurious experience. Their signature amenities include the Salt & Straw gourmet ice cream available upon request, an extensive pillow menu, and even a menu of “spiritual services” for pets. In the afternoon, guests can partake in a traditional tea. Meanwhile, the hotel lounge serves up craft cocktails and signature champagne drinks in the evening.
729 SW 15th Avenue, Portland, OR, Phone: 503-219-2094
© Hotel Eastlund
Designed for the seasoned traveler or adventurer, the Hotel Eastlund is located in Portland’s Eastside, a neighborhood known for its eclectic art vibe and an emerging restaurant scene that rivals anywhere in the city. Influenced by the surrounding neighborhood, Hotel Eastlund features fine dining, room service, a rooftop tavern, and a café serving gourmet coffee. For business travelers, the hotel also features state-of-the-art meeting rooms, lightning-fast Wi-Fi throughout, and a 24-hour business center. The hotel is host to a variety of conferences. The on-site catering, flexible ballroom space, and meeting rooms overlooking the city make hosting an event in Hotel Eastlund a breeze.
1021 NE Grand Avenue, Portland, OR, Phone: 503-235-2100
Where to Stay in Portland, Oregon - 24 Best Romantic Getaways
- The Nines Hotel, Photo: The Nines Hotel
- Hotel Rose, Photo: Hotel Rose
- Jupiter Hotel, Photo: Jupiter Hotel
- River's Edge Hotel & Spa, Photo: River's Edge Hotel & Spa
- The Duniway Portland, Photo: The Duniway Portland
- Kimpton Hotel Monaco, Photo: Kimpton Hotel Monaco
- Kimpton River Place Hotel, Photo: Kimpton River Place Hotel
- Hotel Vintage, Photo: Hotel Vintage
- Mt. Scott Manor Bed and Breakfast, Photo: Mt. Scott Manor Bed and Breakfast
- Portland’s White House, Photo: Portland’s White House
- Apas House Bed and Breakfast, Photo: Apas House Bed and Breakfast
- Division Inns - Evermore Guesthouse, Photo: Division Inns – Evermore Guesthouse
- Lion and the Rose - Victorian Guest House, Photo: Lion and the Rose- Victorian Guest House
- The Fulton House Bed and Breakfast, Photo: The Fulton House Bed and Breakfast
- Sandes of Time Bed & Breakfast, Photo: Sandes of Time Bed & Breakfast
- A Painted Lady Inn, Photo: A Painted Lady Inn
- Sentinel Hotel, Photo: Sentinel Hotel
- The Paramount Hotel, Photo: The Paramount Hotel
- Hotel Lucia, Photo: Hotel Lucia
- Heathman Hotel, Photo: Heathman Hotel
- McMenamins Kennedy School Hotel, Photo: McMenamins Kennedy School Hotel
- The Benson, a Coast Hotel, Photo: The Benson, a Coast Hotel
- Hotel deLuxe, Photo: Hotel deLuxe
- Hotel Eastlund, Photo: Hotel Eastlund
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Hi-Lo Hotel, Autograph Collection
For a modern Portland experience, guests can choose to stay at the uniquely designed Hi-Lo Hotel in downtown. The boutique hotel caters to artists, food lovers, and business travelers. The hotel was made for the young at heart, with exciting casual restaurant in-house, including a Oaxacan-influenced restaurant and a cocktail bar. Portland is known for its exciting libations, live music, and art scene. With an art museum and plenty of music venues nearby, this hotel can introduce guests to all that Portland has to offer. Guests shouldn’t let the casual vibe fool them, with heated floors in every room and luxurious bedding, the hotel takes comfort seriously.
320 SW Start Street, Portland, OR, Phone: 971-222-2100
The Mark Spencer Hotel
Located right in between the West End and Pearl District, The Mark Spencer Hotel combines Old World charm with a modern twist. Originally The Nortonia, the hotel first opened its doors in 1907 in the heart of the city’s theater district. Guests of the hotel have included the likes of Louis Armstrong and Sammy Davis Jr., and recent renovations have upgraded the hotel’s quality with sustainable fixtures while still maintaining its history. Room packages vary to suit the needs of different travelers and accommodate corporate apartments, extended residency, and pets. The hotel offers convenient amenities like room service, laundry, dry cleaning, and access to the fitness center.
409 SW 11th Avenue, Portland, OR, Phone: 503-224-3293