Need to know
150, including 14 suites.
Noon. Earliest check-in, 4pm.
Double rooms from $160.00, excluding tax at 15.3 per cent. Please note the hotel charges an additional resort fee of $27.67 per room per night on check-out.
Rates don’t include breakfast; it’s $10 for a to-go box of homemade pastries, or you can stop by the in-house café, Good Coffee (your first coffee is free). There's also a resort fee of $27.67 a room, per night. Domestic phone calls are free.
The Woodlark Building was Portland’s first high-rise structure, when it was built in 1912.
At the hotel
Gym, free WiFi, bikes to borrow. In rooms: Smart TV, Urbanears Lotsen Bluetooth speaker, honesty bar stocked with locally sourced snacks, pillow menu, in-room fitness equipment, free water bottle, air-conditioning, tea and coffee, Min bath products.
Our favourite rooms
The light and airy Premium Vaulted King rooms have 15ft ceilings and views over the city. If you’re a sucker for a spiral staircase, go for a Loft Suite, where the king-size bed is tucked away on an elevated mezzanine level.
Portland is the home of Nike, so bring your swooshed-up athleisure-wear – the locals practically live in it.
All public spaces are wheelchair-accessible, and some rooms have roll-in showers and hand-rails.
Sign up your pooch to the Very Important Pet programme, for a $45 flat fee. They’ll be greeted with a bed, bowl, toy and tasty treat, and there’s a room service menu and a list of local pet-friendly attractions to peruse. See more pet-friendly hotels in Portland.
All ages are welcome. Extra cots can be added to some Studio Suite Kings (request when booking) and highchairs are available in the restaurants.