From the teak-paneled lobby to the marble fireplaces to the rosewood elevators with Warhol prints at each landing, this wonderfully atmospheric, art-filled 1927 hotel exudes refinement. The guest rooms provide the latest in customized comfort: a bed menu allows you to choose from Tempur-Pedic, European pillow top, or European featherbed mattresses, and the bathrooms shimmer with marble and mirrors. The second-floor mezzanine contains a rotating exhibition of local art
and a small library filled with signed editions by notable Heathman guests. The high-ceilinged Tea Court, a popular evening gathering spot, offers live jazz Wednesday through Saturday, and the airy restaurant and bar are popular spots for dining and people-watching before or after attending shows at the adjacent Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall.