From sophisticated stays that date back over a hundred years, to contemporary and modern lodging, there’s a fabulous place to stay in Portland for everyone. And you can’t beat the one-of-a-kind amenities like in-room Bluetooth speakers, chalkboard doors, and complimentary candy.
The Mark Spencer Hotel has a three-star rating and is housed in a historic brick building that, from its start, has been a preferred place to stay for the city’s top theater performers. There are regular room options as well as spacious suites that have a well-appointed kitchenette and seating area.
The Inn at Northrup Station is a cheerful Portland hotel that proudly displays local art as well as retro accents and colorful furnishings. The hotel predominately offers spacious studios that are equipped with a kitchen. However, there are standard rooms available too, and all bookings include breakfast.
Mid-century modern decor wows at the Dossier, a four-star hotel nestled in downtown Portland. One step into the hotel’s art deco lobby, and you’ll feel transported to the roaring ’20s. The room offerings at the Dossier are equally impressive, with the option of a standard room or deluxe suite of varying sizes.
The KEX Hotel is an excellent place for large groups visiting Portland. The hotel’s unique and spacious bunk rooms can accommodate between four to six people. There are also private rooms, each with its own distinct style while showcasing retro decor.
At Jupiter NEXT, each hotel room enjoys epic views of Portland’s skyline and key landmarks. Not to mention, the rooms are equipped with classy decor, a fun chalkboard door, a mini-fridge, and a work desk.