Condé Nast Traveler 2020 Readers’ Choice Award

guest at The Residence Suite at Hotel Theodore

We Wouldn’t Be Us Without You. Thank You!

Provenance Hotels Rally Recognition on Condé Nast Traveler 2020 Readers Choice Award  The Condé Nast TravelerReaders’ Choice Awards are one of the most prestigious and longest-running awards for excellence in the travel industry. Since 1987, Condé Nast has been ranking the best hotels and resorts from around the world. This yearour Pacific Northwest hotels bring home accolades for five Top 10 finishesPlus, a well-deserved applause for New Orleans’ Old No. 77 Hotel and Boston’s The Revolution Hotel for their respective top 10 rankings.  We’re feeling the love. Thank you!


#3 - Hotel Lucia – Portland

Hotel Lucia lobbyA confluence of art, design and effortless hospitality, Hotel Lucia - the OG of the Provenance family – embodies the essence of what makes the Northwest special. The hotel holds an expansive photography collection, warm spaces and a great central location with the city highlights at traveler’s fingertips. 

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#5 - Heathman Hotel – Portland

Heathman Hotel LibraryIn more ways than one, the Heathman is one of Portland’s most storied hotels. Originally opened in late-1920's and once home to one of the city’s leading broadcast stations, the refreshed hotel is home to a one-of-a-kind library of more than 2,700 signed books by renowned figures from U.S. President to Nobel laureates.

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#6 - Hotel Murano – Tacoma

Hotel Murano in TacomaAptly named for the Italian city known for its glass artistry, Hotel Murano honors American’s own glass movement with a museum-worthy collection of glass art from around the world. Here, you’ll even find pieces from acclaimed hometown visionary, Dale Chihuly. The hotel sits in the heart of Tacoma, steps away from the city’s best museums, restaurants, and Convention Center.

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#7 - Dossier – Portland

DossierGuestroom1In touch with the cultural ethos of the Rose City and in tune with the region’s natural surroundings, Dossier offers expertly curated experiences, like the Adventure Valet for those travelers ready to get out and explore the verdant region.

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  #9 - Hotel Theodore – Seattle

Hotel Theodore Residence Suite 1With an iconic façade and story to tell, Hotel Theodore is made to honor the city’s long tradition of makers, builders and innovators. You’ll find hallways lined with inspiring collections of photography, patent drawings and artifacts curated in collaboration with the Seattle’s Museum of History & Industry and guestrooms celebrating (and created by) likeminded Seattle visionaries such as Light in the Attic Records to Seattle Made. Plus, a killer view from the Residence Suite may be unmatched.

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#13 - Hotel deLuxe – Portland

Hotel deLuxe LobbyA mix of Old Hollywood romance and modern-day Portland charm, Hotel deLuxe puts a vintage spin on guest experiences. Celebrating the Golden Age of American Cinema, you’ll find inspired cocktails at the Driftwood Room, art-deco designs and prints paying homage to heyday artists – you'll even find a suite named for Marlene Dietrich herself.

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#18 - Hotel Max – Seattle

Hotel-MaxA nexus of photography, music, art and exceptional food from Miller’s Guild, Hotel Max is a destination for true creators and big imaginations. Heavy on the rock and roll, smooth on experience.

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#9 – The Old No. 77 Hotel & Chandlery

Old 77 LobbyA place where art and history come together. The Old No. 77 Hotel is ideally situated just three blocks from the French Quarter of New Orleans. Tapping local creative masterminds, Where Y’Art, to curate our ever-changing art gallery and home to one of the city’s top restaurants, Compère Lapin, the hotel has become a cultural epicenter in the Crescent City.

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