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The hip Ace Hotel is located in Portland’s downtown Pearl District, just a block from world-famous Powell’s City of Books. From a photo booth in the lobby to record players in the higher-end rooms, visitors are immersed in the Portland hipster experience. This property opened in 1912 as the Clyde Hotel, was briefly the Ben Stark, and then became an Ace. The Clyde’s style lives on in the beige brick exterior, odd, narrow lift, and the fact that many rooms lack private bathrooms. The hotel’s Clyde Common restaurant features long communal tables and an open kitchen. Guests can also have a cup of coffee from the hotel’s Stumptown Coffee or a bagel from Kenny & Zuke’s.
✅ free Wi-Fi • 79 rooms (private rooms 26-42m2) • hotel opened: 2006 • interior design: Atelier Ace (Portland, Oregon) • parking possible on-site (charged) • pets allowed • 24-hour front desk
Sister to the Jupiter Hotel next-door ( a revamped 1960s motor lodge), the new and more luxe Jupiter NEXT is set in a light and airy, asymmetrical “box”. The design hotel is located on Portland’s East Side, a 2-minute drive from the Oregon Convention Center and a 10-minute walk from downtown over the Burnside Bridge. Facilities includes a full-service café and late-night bar. Each floor has a fresh air patio.
✅ free Wi-Fi • 67 rooms • hotel opened: June 2018 • architecture: W.PA (Portland, Oregon) • interior design: Megan Millie Design (Portland, Oregon) • parking possible on-site (charged) • pets allowed • 24-hour front desk
The Society Hotel, a former sailor’s lodge built in 1881, and abandoned since 1975, was overhauled to create this boutique hotel in Portland’s old China Town, and includes both hostel-style bunkbeds and compact private rooms, aimed at design-conscious travellers on a budget. There is both a lobby bar and a rooftop bar.
✅ free Wi-Fi • 38 rooms • hotel opened: 2017 • architecture: Integrate Architecture (Portland, Oregon) • interior design: Megan Blossom and Reiko Igarashi (Portland, Oregon) • parking possible nearby (charged) • no pets allowed • 24-hour front desk
The Hoxton Portland is set in the former Grove Hotel dating to 1907 and a new 8-story annex. Expect plenty of stylish communal areas for co-working and playing, and the group’s signature approach to living like a local while away. The lobby is well used as a co-working space, filled with a mix of mid-century modern style and cocktail chairs in deep shades of velvet, plus plenty of trademark dark wood and statement lighting. The Mexican restaurant and rooftop bar are both worth a visit in their own rights.
✅ free Wi-Fi • 119 rooms (10-25m2) • hotel opened: 2019 • architecture: Surround, Inc. (Portland, Oregon) • interior design: Fettle Design (London) • bathroom amenities: blank • parking possible on-site (charged) • pets allowed • 24-hour front desk
The Commodore Hotel in Astoria, Oregon dates to 1925 and was reopened after being boarded up for 44 years. It offers boutique style accommodations in rooms with private and shared facilities. There is an on-site coffee shop.
✅ free Wi-Fi • 18 rooms • hotel opened: May 2009 • architecture: Ecola Architects (Cannon Beach, Oregon) • interior design: Osmose Design (Portland, Oregon) • parking possible nearby (charged) • pets allowed on request • 24-hour front desk
Billed the world’s first crowdfunded hotel by Kickstarter, the Hotel Jennings is a hip hotel located in Joseph, in Wallowa County, Northeast Oregon. It offers 12 rooms by different designers in a former apartment building dating to 1912. There is a communal kitchen and library plus a sauna. Rooms can be booked through Airbnb.
✅ free Wi-Fi • 12 rooms • hotel opened: 2015 • interior design: Greg Hennes, several designers