Surrounded by an array of Portland hot spots, our hotel is infused with the energy and style of the Pacific Northwest's most colorful city. Whether exploring the city's history or Oregon's new wine country, guests are never far from the attractions in Portland they crave.
- 1401 SW Naito Parkway
- Portland, Oregon
- 97201 USA
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Must See Attractions
The urban legend of the Pearl District's name is as extraordinary as the neighborhood itself. One story suggests that an oyster-canning factory once sat amidst the aging warehouses. Another proposes that Chinese seafarers hid pearls beneath cobble-stoned Twelfth Street. Regardless of which fable you've heard, there is intimation in the name — which conjures an image of the elegant gem nestled in a shell waiting to be discovered.
Once called the Portland Classical Chinese Garden or the Garden of Awakening Orchids, this traditional walled Chinese garden occupies a full city block in Old Town Chinatown. The open-to-the-public garden is influenced by Suzhou's famous classical gardens and is a popular destination for locals and tourists alike.
This independent bookstore is well-known in Portland and is a popular local hangout. Peruse your favorite new novels, sip a cup of coffee and enjoy this testament to the commitment of Portlandians to support boutique brands. This bookstore still makes the list of Portland hot spots — even in the technology obsessed world we live in.
The popular Portland Farmers Market at Portland State University is a local's favorite weekend morning pastime. From freshly caught fish to local cheeses, artisanal spices, flowers and more, it's easy for visitors to take a break from Portland dining and head to the market to compile a fresh picnic, casual breakfast or creative dinner.
Oregon's new wine country looks a little different: gritty industrial spaces, uncommon grape varieties and not a vine in sight. Best of all, it's right down the street from our hotel in downtown Portland!
Scattered amid small industrial business parks and nestled within repurposed buildings throughout the city, a new species of winery is sprouting. Portland's urban center is fast becoming a wine destination as alluring as the classic rural setting. Portland is home to 14 urban wineries, from tiny garage operations and collectives to chic wine bars with monthly wine clubs. Wine lovers of all kinds will never have trouble finding things to do and taste in Portland, OR.
Urban Wine Trail
Sample Portland's top bottles at these standouts:
- Clay Pigeon Winery
- Helioterra Wines
- Alchemy Wine Productions
- Vincent Wine Company
- Boedecker Cellars
The Land of Micro Brews
There are over 60 microbreweries in Portland. Find the brew that best fits you.