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“Dark colours, tweedy textures, old books and curios make guests feel like they’re in the study of a scholarly world traveler circa 1900.”
– The Telegraph
"On the National Register of Historic Places, this 1909 gem is full of Arts and Crafts details inside and out."
"Stylish 1909 pile rich with elegant rooms and suites with fireplaces, spas, sofas and stylish decor, plus an on-site pool and fitness centre."
"Murals recall the early 19C expedition of Lewis and Clark; the original stained-glass dome and tiled floor remain from 1909 construction."
"I liked it in its old incarnation as the Governor Hotel, and like it even more in its new life as the Sentinel." Full review
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"With an enviable location in the heart of Portland's city center, it's no wonder the renovated Sentinel (formerly the Governor Hotel) attracts a creative-minded clientele."