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The Heathman Hotel, Portland in Portland, Oregon

The Heathman Hotel Portland is one of only 30 hotels in the world to enjoy a four-diamond rating for 27 consecutive years. And that’s not the only reason why a stay here is memorable. Bright, eclectic rooms compliment an art collection that includes Henk Pender and Andy Warhol, and a cozy lending library stocks signed editions by authors who have stayed there – more than 2,500 titles to date, all available to be delivered to your bedside. A recent landfill-free “green” renovation makes this pet-friendly hotel one of the best environmental options in Portland.

Explore the Pearl District, stopping to shop in local boutiques and bookstores. Take a midday yoga class. Unwind further with a craft microbrew. Back at the hotel, listen to live jazz next to the fireplace in the hotel’s original eucalyptus-paneled Tea Court Lounge. Sample Kumamoto oysters followed by a leg of bacon-wrapped venison, or opt for a creative vegan tasting menu.

Location of The Heathman Hotel, Portland

The Heathman Hotel, Portland
1001 SW Broadway at Salmon
Portland, Oregon

Nearest Airport: PDX

Amenities for The Heathman Hotel, Portland

  • General Information
  • 150 Rooms and Suites
  • Pet Friendly
  • Dining
  • Private Dining
  • Restaurant
  • 24-Hour Room Service
  • Bar
  • Afternoon Tea
  • Wine Bar
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Concierge
  • Complimentary Newspaper
  • Library
  • Fitness Center
  • WiFi
  • Valet Parking
  • Art Collection
  • In-Room Spa Services
  • Complimentary Local & Long Distance Calling
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Turndown Service
  • Bathrobes
  • Hair Dryers
  • In-Room Safes
  • Mini Bar
  • Iron/Ironing Boards
  • Marble Bathrooms
  • Flat-Screen Televisions
  • Luxury Linens
  • Luxury Bath Amenities
  • Bottled Water
  • Business
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Family
  • Babysitting
  • Nearby
  • Historic Sites
  • Shopping
  • Zoo
  • Museums
  • Restaurants
  • Golf
  • Parks
  • Shopping Mall
  • Theatres
  • Public Transportation
  • Convention Center
  • Interests
  • Active & Adventure
  • City
  • Culture & Arts
  • Family
  • Golf

Reviews for The Heathman Hotel, Portland

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

Renovations are still continuing though nearly completed. Will look good when eventually finished. At the moment you can't help but feel slightly cheated that you aren't experiencing the whole hotel. We were given one of their refurbished rooms which was bright, well decorated and with the most enormous television screen we've ever seen in a hotel room. One annoyance was that there was no chair, upright or easy or indeed desk so that you could not work or sit other than on the bed. Never been in a hotel room without a chair before and when we pointed this out on checking out was told that 'they were aware of this and were looking to source the appropriate items' - well great but why charge full price for an unfurnished room? Also, if you have booked via a website remember that there are additional charges added by the hotel. We parked in the next road for half the price of the hotels valet parking by the way.

47ontheroadagain - London, United Kingdom

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

I have stayed at the Heathman Hotel, once or twice year for the past four years. Despite a sense a deterioration over this time, I thought I would give it another try for a three night stay 12-15 October. I liked the little chocolate/coffee store downstairs, the drinks in the lobby, the bar/tearoom, the lounge/library/business area. I prepaid for the trip a few weeks before, on the hotel website. I was shocked, on arrival, to find that i had checked into an active construction zone. No lobby, no chocolate shop, no library/business area. A curtailed bar/check-in/tea-room surrounded by scaffolding and tarpaulins. One working elevator. Dust. The rooms have been remodeled and have the industrial odor of new synthetic carpets and paint. I questioned the lobby staff as to why was not informed of this situation - at the time of my prepaid booking. They were not able to answer. I requested that management get back to me. They did not. I sent very emails to Hotel managers and PR but no real response. Even the small gym did not a working bicycle. One "text" in response to my complaint - suggested I come back when it is all finished. Unlikely. I really did give the hotel an opportunity to respond. I have waited a week since checking out and have not heard from them. What I find particularly galling is that there are multiple similarly priced alternative choices all around Portland. If I was going to check into a room without hotel amenities, obviously Airbnb would be preferable. I truly feel that it was dishonest and cynical on the part of the hotel to rent out a room with out warning during construction. I do not know how to upload photographs onto this site, or I would. They are not pretty.

rogerew - New York City, New York

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 days ago

I tried the Heathman again, as it was close to the event I was attending. The hotel is in the finishing phase of a remodel, something I think I should have been told when I reserved the room. Was checked into Room 909, clearly designed for ADA accessibility (something I did not need and I was not told this when I checked in). So the room layout was odd. The new decor in the room is 'Kimpton-like.' So, as I indicated in an earlier review, I think it's time to move back to a Kimpton hotel in Portland.

Duck1949 - Eugene, Oregon

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

We had to go to Portland for a meeting, so I thought I'd splurge a little and get a suite at the Heathman. What they don't tell you at Expedia, or on the Heathman's website, is that the hotel is undergoing major construction. There's only one elevator now, lots of boarded up space and noise. Of course the $474 price tag didn't reflect that. The suite was ok, but certainly not impressive. The only choice of pillow was a really tall synthetic pillow that was quite uncomfortable. The hotel's common areas for some reason were heated to some ungodly, tropical temperature. So I set the thermostat down to 70 degrees. The problem is that the ancient, built-into-the-wall AC unit made such a terrible ruckus, that we chose to be too hot instead. You might think this is a really minor point, but the wine glasses in the suite didn't match at all, so you have to choose who gets the crappy, small, rolled-rim glass, and who gets the nicer one. For $500, I expect more! Then I decided to valet my car. As if the almost comically high price of $49.50 per night wasn't enough, mysteriously, upon check-out, there was also a facilities fee and related taxes, bringing the total to park for 8 hours to $75.96. Really?? I can park at a 5 star hotel in Manhattan for less! I was not present at checkout, so didn't find out until later. When I texted back the "GM" who texted me to inquire about the stay, and asked about the fee, I got silence. Same with an email. Avoid this hotel.

Boris W - Eugene, Oregon

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

Arrive early and Miss congeniality at reception said we have a room ready but I have to charge you $50 for early check in. I should have cancelled our room stay then! We felt like we were taken advantage with misrepresentations of the hotel. The entire hotel is under construction inside and outside see our photos attached. There are so many great hotels in downtown Portland like the Benson that are stellar properties and the same price. When we pulled up there was scaffolding across the entire front of the hotel. Entering the hotel, a plywood wall sections off the old lobby and a hall takes you to the temporary reception is in a portion of the old lobby with scaffolding going up the grand stair case. Entire mezzanine is closed off under construction. Had we not pre-paid the room we would have moved down the street. 1 elevator working out of 2 when we got to the room a notice on the bed stated keep you curtains closed due to construction workers could be looking in. Room was ok. Walls were not sound proof lucky we had the next door room under construction and could here several voices in the room clearly if there were occupied with guest it would have been terrible. The price of the room with the hotel in this condition is not representative of a 4 star experience we travel a great deal and this was a disappointment. Then to top it off a $25.99 per night facility fee was like pouring salt in the wound. We were told by the front desk this covers internet and happy hour. Would have been great if they told us about happy hour when we checked in. Called the manager Daryn 2 times left messages she never called back they know clients are upset about the mess and do not care! I agree with the prior write up ā€œok but wait until the construction is completeā€

C S - Park City, Utah

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