Often called “America’s Greenest City,” Portland, Oregon is an eclectic urban oasis where captivating art museums and colorful rose gardens happily coexist with food trucks, farmer’s markets, microbreweries and coffee houses. The state’s largest city, it sits at the confluence of the Willamette and Columbia Rivers, in the shadow of Mount Hood. The city landscape is dotted with parks, gardens, bridges and bicycle paths, giving it an eco-friendly vibe.
Portland's Most Popular Attractions
Located next to the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall and Portland Center for the Performing Arts, guests frequently take in amazing concerts and performances during their stay. The downtown core offers a wide variety of shopping venues from Nordstrom to Target. Many specialty shops in the area offer unique clothing, arts, souvenirs, and trinkets. Coffee shops and cafes abound to delight your palate as well. The Pearl District, Keller Auditorium, Providence Park (soccer stadium), Oregon Zoo, and Oregon Convention Center are just minutes away by walking or hopping on MAX, Portland’s light rail system.
Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
Enjoy concerts and live entertainment at the beautifully restored Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, home of the Oregon Symphony Orchestra. Located next door to Heathman Hotel.
Moda Center is home to NBA’s Portland Trailblazers. Built in 1995, the $267 Moda Center is a multi-purpose arena that hosts a wide variety of events including live concerts, family shows, and other sporting events.