One of Portland's most recognizable landmarks, the iconic Heathman Hotel blends rich history with a reverent appreciation for the arts. A cultural fixture since the day it opened in 1927, the latest chapter of our shining renovation highlights the hotel's one-of-a-kind Library and reaffirms the Heathman Hotel's role as a welcome respite for the creative, artistic set in Portland and visitors from around the globe.
Check In: 3:00 PM
Check Out: 12:00 Noon
Number of Rooms: 151
Featuring 260-360 sq. ft., Deluxe Queen and King rooms accommodate two guests within their cozy, sophisticated accommodations.
Deluxe Two Double Bed guestrooms offer more room for sprawling with 474 sq. ft. that comfortably sleep up to four guests.
A luxurious suite with 520 square feet. The living room features a sleeper sofa, coffee table, and flat screen television. The bedroom also has a flat screen television and a king sized bed. Pocket doors separate the living area from the bedroom for privacy. Most One Bedroom Suites face the inside of the hotel looking at the Hank Pander Mural.
Newly Renovated Public Space
Headwaters is located in the historic Heathman Hotel in Downtown Portland. In fall of 2016 after a dramatic renovation, chef/owner Vitaly Paley and his longtime wife/partner Kimberly Paley opened the reimagined dining room at the Heathman Hotel. The property, which possesses a storied culinary history, was constructed in the early Twentieth Century and is a member of the National Historic Register. Named for "the source," Headwaters showcases local ingredients from Oregon's diverse bounty, from farm to sea and an expression of Pacific Northwest flavors.
CULTURE AND ACTIVITIES
PORTLAND, Ore. - The Heathman Hotel in downtown Portland is the best mid-range business hotel in America, according to a new article in Entrepreneur magazine. The Heathman, located at 1001 S.W. Broadway, has long been one of the city's premiere hotels. Here's what writer Bruce Schoenfeld had to say about the Heathman in his article for Entrepreneur magazine: "The best hotel in a mid-sized American city traditionally occupies an important place in the city's business life. Executives meet there for breakfast, local companies hold meeting, parties and dinners, and the lobby serves as a civic gathering place. While standbys such as Milwaukee's Pfister and Dallas' Adolphus have seen their influence erode, Portland's Heathman has become more vital then ever - and thoroughly high-tech." The 'Best business hotels in America' article is out in the magazine's May edition.
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FROM THE NORTH, ON I-5
FROM THE SOUTH, ON I-5
FROM THE EAST, ON I-84
FROM THE WEST, ON U.S. 26
FROM PORTLAND INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
Nearby airports: Portland (PDX)
Distance: 13 Miles