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Offers guests all the modern amenities that you'd expect of a luxury hotel... has a long-standing affiliation with the arts and boasts an impressive collection of its own.
Next to the Portland Center for Performing Arts, this 1927 hotel is in the cultural district and within walking distance to many attractions, such as the Rose Garden and South Waterfront. Full review →
With its Old World charm and proximity to Portland’s cultural district, this handsome 1927 institution is a magnet for visiting musicians and writers.
More than deserving of its reputation for quality... this hotel exudes refinement. Full review →
The Heathman Hotel is one of Portland’s premier boutique hotels, and has been an icon of the city’s skyline for more than eight decades. Full review →
The Heathman has long been considered one of Portland's top hotels, but in many ways this hotel suffers from an identity crisis. Full review →
Whatever the reason, this classic establishment has a reputation for catering to arty types. Full review →
A Portland institution, the Heathman has top-notch services and one of the best restaurants in the city. Full review →
Celebrities stay here. Don't miss the marble bar and tea court. Full review →
One of Portland's best-known and oldest landmark hotels, The Heathman ... is one of the most classically elegant spots to stay in town. Full review →
This lovely Neoclassical building, with an elegant, teak-panelled interior and much marble and brass, has splendid rooms and suites.
In the very heart of downtown two blocks from Pioneer Square, this remains the best independent deluxe hotel in the state, a big step up from Portland's other traditional dowagers. Full review →
Like old money, it’s grand but never flashy. Full review →
Classically styled Italianate property attached to the Concert Hall, with Art Deco interiors and one of the city's best restaurants. Full review →
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