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Welcome to Portland!

Find a hotel, restaurant, transportation, or, an amazing excursion.

Whether you are seeking the perfect hotel, dining options, convenient transportation, or an enjoyable side trip, Portland offers a quintessential Pacific Northwest experience. Portland is close to many world-class tourist destinations including the Columbia River Gorge, Mount Hood, the famed Willamette Valley Wine Region, and the Pacific Coast. Learn more about Portland’s “must-sees and must-dos” at Travel Portland.

Getting around Portland, one of the nation’s most livable cities, is a cinch. Portland is chock-full of transportation options:

When you have time between events, here are a few resources to help enjoy Portland’s well-known culinary wonders:

Hotel Partners

525 SW Morrison Street | (503) 222-9996
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As you take the elevator to the 8th floor of the historic Meier & Frank building, you realize…you’ve arrived. Historic in nature, yet contemporary in everything else, the Nines is a Portland luxury hotel ideally situated in downtown, steps from Pioneer Square and the central business district.

A LEED Silver Certified Hotel, we have incredible rooftop views, artwork in every room, two restaurants (that are loved by locals) and gorgeous event space for weddings, meetings, and events. Browse nearby boutiques, dine in the trendy Pearl District, or use the eco-friendly MAX light rail or Streetcar to explore the beautiful, lively city of Portland.

888 SW 3rd Avenue | (503) 223-2100
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The AC Hotel Portland blends contemporary style with cosmopolitan sophistication. We focus on the essentials of a beautiful stay and have created an experience unlike any other. Our continental breakfast found European inspiration. Room service is replaced with the flexibility of a quick snack or evening tapas plates. Our bartenders are true urban spirits who will share the unique buzz of the city and all it has to offer. It’s an experience that has been designed to give you the essentials.

800 E. Burnside Street | (503) 230 9200
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The Jupiter Hotel is a boutique hotel centrally located in SE Portland, Oregon. We welcome guests of all kinds to join our community and indulge in urban life. Our spaces are designed to allow people whatever level of togetherness or privacy they’re looking for. We offer affordability, insist upon originality, and our goal is always to connect you to the vibrancy of Portland.

309 SW Broadway | 503-228-2000
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In the heart of downtown Portland, our hotel is a short walk to the Pearl District, waterfront park, shops, bars, and restaurants. Pioneer Courthouse Square and Powell’s Books are a five-minute walk from our doors. We’re pet-friendly, feature a 24-hour fitness center, over 13,500 sq. ft. of meeting space and a 12-story Historic Stairwell Museum.

2025 NW Northrup Street | (503) 224-0543
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Come sleep with us! NW Portland’s Unique All-Suites Boutique hotel. Nestled in the NW Nob Hill neighborhood and just a few blocks West of Portland’s renowned Pearl District. Conveniently located along the Portland Streetcar line with complimentary tickets included with every stay. Guests also enjoy free parking, continental breakfast, and Wi-Fi.


545 SW Taylor | 503-553-7000
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Find our boutique-style, pet friendly hotel a block away from Pioneer Courthouse Square. Named after pioneer Abigail Scott Duniway, our 11th-floor rooftop hub, Abigail’s Hideaway hosts live entertainment and offers panoramic views of downtown.


921 SW Sixth Avenue | 503-226-1611

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We’re in downtown Portland, one block from Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall and two blocks from Pioneer Courthouse Square. Pioneer Place MAX Station is a short walk away for light rail links and we’re surrounded by popular Portland restaurants. Enjoy locally sourced produce in our restaurant and Strumptown coffee at our café. Pets are welcome.

409 Southwest Eleventh Avenue | 503-224-3293
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Opened in 1907 as the Nortonia Hotel, the property became a hit with traveling theatre performers and celebrities looking for a stylish hotel close to the city’s theatre district.

The hotel was rebranded in 1966 and renamed Mark Spencer Hotel, still retaining its intention to act as a home away from home for artists, performers, tourists, and business travelers looking to enjoy well-appointed accommodations, excellent services, and an unbeatable location.

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