Step inside and your first impression may be of the hotel’s discretion.
If you identify as a foodie (or refuse to identify as a “foodie” because, oy, but essentially are one regardless) you know that a trip to Portland, Oregon, will not be a vacation in the traditional sense.
The Duniway is charming, centrally-located, and thoughtfully redesigned—a warm home for any visit to the City of Roses.
If Multnomah Whiskey Library were a book, it would be a choose-your-own-adventure novel—with 1,700 spirited options.
The buzzy vegan pizzeria debuted in Vancouver’s Chinatown in 2016, and has now opened a second, 1,900 square foot, two-level location in Portland’s Hosford-Abernethy neighbourhood.
Long overshadowed by the city’s more buzzy offerings, the Portland Japanese Garden is getting its time in the limelight thanks to a new addition designed by renowned architect Kengo Kuma.
The Ace Hotel New York debuts a month-long gallery exhibition and hosts a fashion show celebrating the textile archives of Portland’s Textile Hive.
In Lake Oswego, just outside of Portland, fingerprints of public art are scattered across the city.
Two historic halves make for one beautiful whole in the case of Portland’s Sentinel, a 100-room hotel that keeps watch over downtown from its perch on SW 11th Avenue.