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The original Heathman Hotel was sited on the corner of Park and Salmon Streets. Built by George Heathman in 1926 for the princely sum of $1 million, Heathman Hotel attracted wealthy lumber barons and railroad magnates who required a hotel befitting of their social station. Due to the hotel’s early success, Heathman immediately began work on this property, just a block away. The New Heathman Hotel was Portland’s largest construction project up until that point, employing 1,200 workers, all of whom were invited to celebrate at the opening party in December of 1927. Then, as now, the hotel was at the epicenter of Portland’s art and cultural activity. In 1984, the hotel dropped the “new” and was added to the National Registry of Historic Places.

The Necessities

I have a question/request/something I need…

No problem! Our virtual concierge, Paige, is here to make sure that all of your needs are taken care of. Just text +1-503-714-9279.

What time is check out?

Noon. Of course, if you’re running a little behind, text your virtual concierge, Paige.

What if I need to host a meeting?

Heathman Hotel’s meeting spaces with natural light, complimentary wifi, the latest audio/visual equipment, and technical support will ensure your event is a success. Just text Paige to inquire about availability.

What’s the story with the library?

There are many. When we say that the Heathman is a muse, that’s not marketing-speak or hyperbole. Located in the historic Tea Court Lounge, our library is hard evidence, with more than 2,700 signed editions by authors, Nobel and Pulitzer Prize winners, Poet Laureates, and a former United States President—all guests of the Heathman. It’s one of the largest autographed libraries in the world.

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Explore

You are currently in the epicenter of Portland’s Art and Culture district. We are literally connected to the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, home to the Oregon Symphony Orchestra and the venue for high-profile performances – from Seinfeld to Sedaris to Stravinsky. One block away, the Winningstad Theater is a world-class venue in its own right, featuring music, theatrical performances, lectures, and comedy. You are also within three blocks of the Portland Art Museum, the Oregon History Museum, and Portland Farmer’s Market.

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Signature Amenities

At Heathman Hotel, we provide an impeccable experience for our guests.

In addition to our local offerings with our co-conspirators, we offer a range of thoughtful, welcoming Provenance Signatures at our luxurious downtown hotel.

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Art & History

The original Heathman Hotel was built in 1926, located at the intersection of Park and Salmon streets in downtown Portland by contractor and hotelier, George Heathman. By the following year, Portland had become a burgeoning city with a demand for higher-end accommodations to meet the social station and needs of the affluent residents and travelers passing through. Given the success of the first hotel, Heathman started construction on a sister property. In 1927, The New Heathman Hotel opened its doors, just a block from the original. It was a 10-story concrete and brick structure, with decorative details in the Jacobean Revival style. The second story and upper-floor windows were trimmed in stone, and the lobby’s dark wood paneling extended to the mezzanine level.

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