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The Jupiter Hotel is a modern, retro-cool value hotel located a few short blocks from the Burnside Bridge (make sure you get that snapshot of the Portland, Oregon sign on the way). Full review →
The Jupiter is the hub of Portland's indie rock scene, and you're missing the point if you book a room here just to get some sleep.The lounge draws a steady swarm of foot traffic, so request a room at the opposite end of the property.
For a ticket to the epicenter of Portland’s indie-rock scene, head to the burgeoning east side and the Jupiter Hotel. Full review →
Once a nondescript motor-court motel, this is one of the most fashionable hotels in Portland, with a bold, stylish look and posh amenities such as luxurious linens and fine toiletries.
The hip, creative, and adventurous flock to this contemporary boutique hotel, formerly a motor inn, adjacent to a restaurant/bar and one of the city's most popular concert venues. Full review →
Once an aging mid-century motel, the Jupiter is the outcome of an extreme makeover and is now an überhip address for the Portland arts crowd and those in town to participate in the city's hip scene. Full review →
Portland has long had cachet, thanks to Gus Van Sant. With its cool but Spartan attitude, this hotel suits the city. Full review →
The hippest hotel in town, this slick, remodeled motel is within walking distance of downtown and right next to Doug Fir, a top-notch live music venue. Full review →
Spend the night in the swingin' '60s...The 2060s. Full review →
Youth-oriented motel flush with arty minimalism, a party atmosphere and quirky rooms. The uber-cool presence of the adjoining Doug Fir Lounge makes it worthwhile.
San Francisco has the Phoenix. Los Angeles has the Standard Hotel. Now Portland has the rock star–worthy Jupiter Hotel. Full review →If you want to get any sleep at all, be sure to ask for a room overlooking the “quiet courtyard.”
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