The time has come to open our doors and show off our new digs. Starting June 1, 2015, Hotel Eastlund will offer limited operations for two weeks, so we can perfect our impeccable four-star service. Interested guests can experience Hotel Eastlund and Citizen Baker firsthand.
The exciting new upscale boutique hotel with sweeping views of downtown Portland, Oregon is now accepting reservations. Hotel Eastlund is the first contemporary, luxury hotel located in downtown Portland’s Eastside neighborhood. Opening rates begin at $189. The hotel is scheduled to open in June 2015.
A new light on mid-century modern– Holst Architecture, a Portland-based architectural firm, designed Hotel Eastlund with a modern, yet classic atmosphere that plays on mid-century modern themes and the flattering contrast of vivid orange and earth tones across pristine white. Hotel Eastlund opens in the Eastside of downtown Portland, OR in May 2015.
The centerpiece of downtown Portland’s growing Eastside– Hotel Eastlund’s 168 rooms and suites feature contemporary architecture, modern interiors and floor-to-ceiling windows. Our open lobby is bathed in natural light, producing a comfortable space to unwind or work with 24-hour access to the business center and lightning-fast internet.
Learn about some of our favorite romantic restaurants on the Eastside (okay, one is west of the Willamette River, but we still love it). When we open our doors in late-spring, you’ll also want to check out our rooftop restaurant Altabira City Tavern, with sweeping city views, and our lobby-level bakery/cafe/wine bar Citizen Baker.
A new year brings the promise of great things, and this year brings a brand new luxury, boutique hotel to the Eastside of downtown Portland. A buzz is growing about Hotel Eastlund leading a true urban resurgence in the Lloyd District. Located across from the Oregon Convention Center, the Forbes four-star hotel features some of the most dramatic dining in the Rose City.
The thriving Eastside of downtown Portland offers a bounty of shopping destinations, from Lloyd Center Mall to Pioneer Courthouse Square. Holiday shoppers will find large department stores, like Nordstrom and Macy’s, popular retail outlets, and local boutique shops, all in proximity to the Oregon Convention Center.
Demolition began this week at the former site of the Red Lion Hotel in Portland’s Lloyd District. The property, located across from the Oregon Convention Center, will reopen as the luxury boutique hotel Hotel Eastlund in May 2015. Hotel Eastlund will be the centerpiece of this fast-developing neighborhood, targeting business travelers, leisure guests and convention attendees.