A coastal hideaway, an environmentally conscious oasis, and a getaway with a saline pool
When tourists start flocking back to the city, they’ll have plenty of new lodging options.
Here's how to escape the city in style—without ever leaving.
Pretend you have an office to drag yourself to.
A mere treat in normal times, a Hood River weekend getaway offers some needed relief in 2020.
Enjoy special seasonal discounts and refreshing scenery at Salishan Coastal Lodge.
Plus, Dóttir reopens for indoor and outdoor dining at the Icelandic hotel.
Katherine Chew Hamilton
Can you swim in the pool? Can you eat in the restaurant? With COVID-19, your vacation mileage may vary.
The modern hostel has come a long way, baby.
In February, Ataula’s Jose Chesa will reprise a mini-version of his seriously missed xurro and drinking chocolate shop inside downtown’s new Hyatt Centric hotel
Three women recall Sondland made unwanted sexual contact in business settings. One says he exposed himself and that, later, she fell over the back of a couch trying to escape him. All recall professional retaliation after they rejected him.
Julia Silverman, Kelly Clarke, Fiona McCann, Maryam Jameel, and Doris Burke
And unto you, a pop-up bar is born.
Icelandic important KEX Portland is full of 'historical detritus.'
EAT WITH YOUR EYES
The Icelandic hotel’s anchor restaurant opens November 7.
Designer Halfdan Pedersen travelled the world to fill the new Portland expansion of Reyjavik-based KEX.
Jose Chesa will bring his brand of modernist Spanish cooking to breakfast, lunch, and dinner starting January 2020.
The 35-story tower replacing the SW 10th and Alder food cart pod will soon house a luxury hotel.
Society Hotel Bingen lures with hammocks, bunk beds, and a roomy hot tub and spa with Columbia River views.
The Captain Whidbey is a beloved Puget Sound institution. Its new Portland owners hope to draw both locals and "digital nomads."
Tope, Abigail Hall, and Hey Love are straight-up hospitality-backed thirst-traps.