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The Best Hotels for a Luxury Experience in Portland

Deanna deBara | April 27, 2018

Sometimes when you travel, you want to live in the lap of luxury. And lucky for you, Portland has plenty of properties that can make that happen. From plush decor to high-end amenities, world-class service to fine dining, here are the best hotels to stay in Portland if you want a luxury experience.


Heathman Hotel

Why it made the list

If your idea of luxury is all about dining, The Heathman Hotel is the property for you. The Heathman Hotel is the home of Headwaters Restaurant, owned by the James Beard Award-winning Chef Vitaly Paley. Sample high-end seafood dishes like Dungeness Crab and Fennel Chowder or Seafood Paella from the dinner menu or stop by during the restaurant’s Russian tea service, a favorite in the city.

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Hotel Lucia

Why it made the list

The key to a luxurious experience is the feeling that you’re being taken care of, and nowhere does that better than Hotel Lucia. The property has a pillow menu to ensure you get the right level of firmness for your best night’s sleep; staff that will deliver Salt & Straw, the most beloved ice cream in the city, at all hours of the day; and even a room service menu just for your pup. If that’s not luxury, we don’t know what is.

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RiverPlace Hotel

Why it made the list

Everything about the RiverPlace Hotel (a Kimpton property) just feels rich. From the leather and mahogany furnishings to the plush bedding, the top-notch customer service to the gorgeous views of the marina, RiverPlace Hotel feels like an escape for the wealthy - and you’ll feel right at home in all the luxury.

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Portland's White House Bed and Breakfast

Why it made the list

There are few properties (other than the actual White House) that feel as grand and luxurious as Portland’s White House Bed and Breakfast. Housed in a mansion originally built in 1911 for a wealthy lumber executive, the property retains original architectural details like the large entryway pillars, detailed crown molding and ceilings, and hardwood floors. The antique furnishings and decor just add to the old-world charm, making this property feel like a luxury escape from another century.

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Hotel deLuxe

Why it made the list

There’s nothing more luxury than Old Hollywood, and you won’t find Old Hollywood done better than at Hotel deLuxe. This property, which features a curated collection of film stills from the 30s, 40s, and 50s, infuses glamour at every turn, from the plush velvet couches to the champagne cocktails at the hotel’s iconic bar, Driftwood Room.

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