This is a lovely hotel in a great area of downtown Portland - near lots of shopping and venues - even a frozen yogurt store. We enjoyed the breakfast at the hotel restaurant, priced well - lots of choices, including for vegetarians. The room had good lighting, outlets for plugging in chargers, and a very nice jetted tub in the executive king room/
Traveller from Seattle
This casual, intimate hotel overlooks Director Park and is located in the heart of downtown Portland near concert halls, art …More
"Classic and historic without the 'dated' feeling"
We only had a short one-night stay, but we are glad we chose this location. The staff were very nice. The valet was professional and there was no pressure to quickly unload or load to free up the loading zone. Check-in staff were friendly, informative, and offered us a free beer. We ate at the adjoining restaurant for breakfast and found it to be very good. Our room was quiet, in good condition, if not particularly large. The bed was comfortable and everything from the TV to the coffee maker worked fine. (A French press in a private hotel room is a nice touch!)
Traveller from Manhattan
Located in the downtown core of both the financial and artistic core of the city, The Heathman Hotel is within a few blocks …More
We're from NYC and wanted the Portland experience for our vacation with a few roadtrips for some quality hiking. Kimpton is centrally located and had a quirky look. Our hotel room had wallpaper of ducks flying around the room. Even our lamp had duck feet. There are so many other decorating features that are too numerous to list here but our favorite part of the room was the funky zebra and cheetah robes provided. We enjoyed our first night's happy hour with a giant chess board on the floor. Some nights there was live music and a very engaging tarot reader. Early in the morning, coffee, tea and a newspaper would be provided. Many people brought dogs to the hotel but you'd never know it throughout the night. It was really quiet. They even had a welcome poster and treats for the dogs staying at the hotel. My husband enjoyed the complimentary bike he used along the waterfront and I liked the close proximity to the famous VooDoo Doughnuts, Powell Bookstore, The Original Diner, and the RedStar Restaurant. We were a 45 minute drive away from the Multnohmah Falls and a 1.5 hr. drive way from Silver Falls State Park. Great Hiking! Ten minute walking distance to the Lan Su Chinese Garden where there's a lovely tea ceremony. We also checked out the Portland Art Museum and the Esplanade. I wish we got around to seeing the Saturday outdoor markets (we took a 3 hour road trip to Cape Perpetua instead) and would love to check out a Ted Talks or a Jazz concert at STARS next time. Loved it!
Traveller from New York
Kimpton Hotel Monaco Portland is within 6 blocks of shopping centers, theaters, museums, and the Westside Riverwalk.More
Some idiot pulled the fire alarm at 4:00 in the morning. The staff was calm and efficient, and they put out snacks and bottled water for the guests until the FD determined it was a false alarm and everyone could go back to bed. The staff handled a difficult situation VERY well. I hope their corporate overlords read this review and give everyone involved a bonus this year.
Located on a small lake, this hotel is within two miles of Portland International Airport and within eight miles of Lloyd …More
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