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Eastlund’s Exclusive TV Channel

Lower Boom Presents highlights Northwest filmmakers and storytellers only at Hotel Eastlund. Monthly programming showcases regional feature films, short films, music videos and special projects on Channel 2 in each hotel guestroom. Hotel Eastlund guests can now relax in their own guestroom with an exclusive, curated collection of local indie films, music performances and special Northwest programs.

Altabira Bike & Beervana

Our rooftop bar and restaurant Altabira City Tavern was recently recognized on in a slideshow titled Biketown in Beervana, or “a guide to where to drink craft beer near 50 Biketown stations in Portland.” As puts it: “In Portland, we love bikes and we love beer. What better way to celebrate both than …

Sweet Treats at Citizen Baker

Have you seen those crazy predictions of what Portland will look like in a few years? The biggest change appeared to be in the Lloyd Center and central Eastside areas, home to Hotel Eastlund, Citizen Baker, and Altabira City Tavern.

Tops Among Rooftops

Our very own Altabira City Tavern tops 1859 Oregon Magazine’s list of their favorite rooftop bars in Portland. Writer Julie Lee claims that “Altabira City Tavern elevated the rooftop revelry game. With a stunning east to west city view and a fresh spin on Northwest cuisine, Altabira became an instant hot spot from day one.”

First in Travel + Leisure

Hotel Eastlund is the first featured hotel in Travel + Leisure’s “17 Coolest New Urban Hotels in the Country” slideshow. Kristine Hansen suggests you, “Check into these brand-new hotels, with rooftop bars, top-notch furnishings, and impressive art collections.”

Caffeinated Change in PDX

The Oregonian’s design reporter Janet Eastman is on a quest to spend time in each of Portland’s popular neighborhoods. Her Sleeping in Portland columns are informative and entertaining. Read about her recent escapades at Hotel Eastlund.

Hotel Eastlund: USA Today 10 Best

USA Today’s local Portland expert Meagan Shamy wrote this thoroughly glowing review of Hotel Eastlund, welcoming visitors from across the country and beyond to friendly Portland, Oregon’s newest and finest four-star hotel on the Eastside.

East of Burden

Beer. Beds. A Rooftop. Portland. There are many things to do in Portland, OR. Stock up on local rhubarb-huckleberry jam. Search for a signed copy of Fox in Socks at Powell’s. Sip cold, hoppy refreshments while overlooking a river from the rooftop of a charming new hotel… Regarding that one, here’s a bright, art-filled, rooftop-having …

Hotel Eastlund in NY Times

On June 22, 2015, Hotel Eastlund was touted in The New York Times Travel section. “Monday’s Travel News and Tips” features a photo of our rooftop restaurant, Altabira City Tavern, and a write-up about our art-filled upscale hotel in the Eastside of Portland.

Portland Roadtrip: RedMaps City Guides

I’ll just say it, I needed a break from making maps. To see real trees and mountains instead of the ones on my computer’s screensaver. I set my sights on Portland and Seattle, two cities I’ve never visited. In six days we saw a lot, including great food, incredible natural beauty, and fun roads to …