The Woodlark Hotel, Portland, Oregon

Woodlark Hotel | Portland, Oregon

Provenance Hotels’ latest, the Woodlark, captures the soul of Portland, Oregon. Built in 1912, the Woodlark Building was Portland’s first official high-rise and its earliest example of reinforced concrete construction. Its neighbour, the Cornelius Hotel, was built of wood and steel four years prior, and became known as the city’s “house of welcome”.

The Woodlark Hotel, Portland, Oregon
The Woodlark’s marble-topped wraparound reception desk transitions into a coffee counter for a quintessential Portland experience.
The Woodlark Hotel, Portland, Oregon
Abstract artworks stand out against a soothing gray color palette in the Smith Hanes-designed lobby.
The Woodlark Hotel, Portland, Oregon
The airy lobby features skylights, handblown glass light fixtures, and painted wood panels made from recessed molding, which nod to the historic building’s original walls.
The Woodlark Hotel, Portland, Oregon
Atlanta firm Smith Hanes Studio created a masculine aesthetic with dark colors, eclectic furnishings, and original penny tile floors from 1908 in Bullard restaurant from chef Doug Adams and restauranteur Jennifer Quist.
The Woodlark Hotel, Portland, Oregon
A moody seating nook in Bullard is outfitted in rich leathers and warm wood.
The Woodlark Hotel, Portland, Oregon
Bullard’s intimate private dining space is filled with quaint furnishings and moody wallpaper.
The Woodlark Hotel, Portland, Oregon
A winding banquette snakes through the 40-seat Abigail Hall bar, another concept from Adams and Quist.
The Woodlark Hotel, Portland, Oregon
Light filters in from expansive windows in the Woodlark suite’s understated living room.
The Woodlark Hotel, Portland, Oregon
A spiral staircase, which leads to the bedroom above, is a defining feature in the loft suite, helmed by R&A Architecture & Design.
The Woodlark Hotel, Portland, Oregon
White and green-tiled bathrooms are layered with brass sconces.
The Woodlark Hotel, Portland, Oregon
A spiral staircase, which leads to the bedroom above, is a defining feature in the loft suite, helmed by R&A Architecture & Design.
The Woodlark Hotel, Portland, Oregon
Guestrooms boast a compact desk and bold nature-inspired wallpaper.
The Woodlark Hotel, Portland, Oregon
Black lacquer and brass accents juxtapose emerald green headboards and two-toned blue velvet chairs in guestrooms.

From: Hospitality Design

✅ free Wi-Fi • 150 rooms (21-24m2), including 14 suites (32-62m2) • hotel opened: 2018 • architecture & interior design of rooms: OFFICEUNTITLED (Culver City) • interior design: public spaces: Smith Hanes Studio (Atlanta), executive rooms: Oculus Inc. (Portland, Oregon) • bathroom amenities: MiN New York • parking possible nearby (charged) ✅ pets welcome, no charges • 24-hour front desk

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