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The Nines, a Luxury Collection Hotel
Why Stay At The Nines, a Luxury Collection Hotel
Green design meets Portland fashion history at The Nines, a LEED Silver-certified hotel near Pioneer Square.
To see the future of green design, take a close look at the Nines (as in "dressed to the..."), set on the top floors of the former Meier & Frank department store overlooking Portland's Pioneer Square. Fashion-inspired interiors—Ralph Pucci-designed mannequins in the lobby and pastel-blue guest rooms—belie the series environmental effort behind the scenes. For example, 90 percent of the waste produced during renovation was recycled, and all of the hotel's electricity comes from renewable sources; in 2009, the property was LEED Silver-certified. The green theme extends to the 8th floor atrium, home to the "Farm to Fork" Urban Farmer Steakhouse, complete with rough-hewn touches inspired by farmhouses in rural Oregon.
The Nines is centrally located to Portland public trans. The MAX Light Rail Service, with stops in downtown and connections to the airport and the suburbs, is just steps from the lobby.
Athletic types won't be disappointed by the 7th-floor fitness center, with plenty of TV-equipped machines, free weights, and complimentary earbuds.
Arrive at Portland International Airport (PDX) which is approximately 12 miles from the hotel. Anticipate about 20 minutes of travel time.525 Southwest Morrison Street, Portland, Oregon, United States
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Fitness Center
- Business Center
- Shopping Adjacent
- In-Room Massage
- Complimentary Shoe Shine
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- Individual Climate Control
- 42-inch HDTVs
- DVD Players
- MP3 Ports
- Marble Vanities
- Lighted Mirrors
- Rainforest Showers
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- Hair Dryers
- Bathrobes + Slippers
- Refreshment Center
- Daily Newspapers
- Two Restaurants
- Two Bars
- Two Rooftop Patios
- In-room Dining
- Max occupancy in King room is 2 people
- Max occupancy in a Two Queens room is 4 people
- $25 Food and Beverage credit per day
Why We Love Portland
Home base for edgy chefs, alternative rock bands, progressive environmentalists, and urban-planning junkies, Portland has developed major-league hipster cachet over the past decade. Visitors will find terrific restaurants and bars, burgeoning arts scene, and gorgeous parks.
Where to Eat: At Le Pigeon, a small and celebrated Lower Burnside space, chef Gabriel Rucker whips up indulgent fantasies, such as foie gras torchon with buttermilk pancakes and sweetbreads with blue cheese.
738 E. Burnside St.
Dinner for two $80.
Where to Drink: In the industrial area of Southeast, House Spirits Distillery is where you'll sample the company's housemade gin and local malted whiskeys.
2025 S.E. Seventh Ave
Tasting for two $20.
Best Day Trip: Drive 90 miles west to Seaside, Oregon, where a 1920's boardwalk lines miles of public beaches. Be sure to feed the resident seals at the Seaside Aquarium.
200 N. Prom.
Why Go Now
January 23 - February 2, 2014
Fertile Ground: A City-Wide Festival of New Works
Musical theater productions, dance performances, and visual art shows by local theater companies and artists.
February 20 - March 2, 2014
Portland Jazz Festival
Ahmad Jamal, Reggie Houston's Box of Chocolates, and Brian Blade & The Fellowship Band come together to celebrate jazz and February's Black History Month.
April 18 + 19, 2014
Spring Beer and Wine Fest
Since 1994, this weekend event draws Portland's best. Expect more than 80 breweries, 30 wineries, and a handful of distilleries.
Oregon Convention Center.
May 8 - 11, 2014
Bridgetown Comedy Festival
Performances by lesser-known comedy acts and marquee stars (past ones have included Janeane Garofalo, Brendon Small and Reggie Watts).