These Are the Portland Area's 12 Sexiest New Hotels
Porter by Hilton Hotel, 1355 SW 2nd Ave, Portland
Photography by Courtesy the Porter Hotel
Loge Entrada, 19221 SW Century Dr, Bend, OR
Photography by Garret Van Swearingen
Atticus Hotel, 375 NE Ford St, McMinnville, OR
Photography by Sionnie Lafollette
McMenamins Kalama Harbor Lodge, 215 North Henderson Dr, Kalama, WA
Photography by McMenamins/Kathleen Nyberg
Jupiter NEXT, 910 E Burnside St, Portland
Photography by Christopher Dibble
Canopy by Hilton, 425 NW 9th Ave, Portland
Illustrations by Courtesy Canopy by Hilton
Bay Point Landing, 92443 Cape Arago Hwy, Coos Bay, OR
Illustrations by R&A Architecture and Design
The Hoxton, 15 NW 4th Ave, Portland
Illustrations by Courtesy the Hoxton
Woodlark Hotel, 813 SW Alder St, Portland
Illustrations by Courtesy Provenance Hotels
The Society Hotel, 405 E. Franklin St, Bingen, WA
Illustrations by Courtesy the Society Hotel
Hyatt Regency Oregon Convention Center, 375 NE Holladay St, Portland
Illustrations by Courtesy the Hyatt Regency
The Toyoko Inn, SW 3rd Ave & Oak St, Portland
Illustrations by Courtesy Shutterstock
If it seems like Portland gets a new luxury hotel practically every month, well, you’re not wrong. Last winter, we reported on 11 Portland-area hospitality projects slated to open within the next six months. Eight months later, nine are taking reservations, with another three big-name projects are nipping at their heels. (That's not even counting a tight knot of newly announced West End hotel projects: a 33-story, 5-star luxury tower planned for the block of SW 9th and Washington; the 11-story Moxy Hotel, to be developed just across 10th; and a third already under construction at the razed site of the former United Way offices at SW 11th and Alder.)
Surely, we’ve hit peak hotel, right? Not so fast. The latest stats from Travel Portland show that while the number of available hotel rooms in central Portland continued to rise over 2017, occupancy rates held at around 80 percent.
Yes, more tourists means you'll likely be directing ever more people in the direction of Voodoo Doughnut. And yes, the lines at your favorite sandwich shop will continue to get longer with each rerun of the Food Network show that discovered it years after you claimed it. But consider the big picture. If strong occupancy rates hold into 2019, that’s great news for beneficiaries of the state’s visitor lodging tax: public safety agencies, infrastructure projects, and even emergency services. Also happy about that? Area restaurants, wineries, and retailers—sectors, among others, that benefited from the $5.1 billon in direct tourism spending that flowed into the Portland metro area in 2017.
One thing to watch as PDX gets hotter: solid competition for those tourist dollars from new destinations elsewhere—like Bay Point Landing in Coos Bay, Loge Entrada in Bend, and the Society Hotel’s planned satellite location in Bingen, Washington.
Scroll through our slideshow to preview 12 of the area's most interesting new hotel projects—seven newly completed, and five set to open by 2020.