The Heathman Hotel lobby features a commissioned mural of an 18th century Japanese Buddhist silk robe. Built in 1927, the hotel includes Art Deco style with gold-leafed antique-style furnishings. The hotel serves regional cuisine with French influences at the Heathman Restaurant. The on-site Tea Court serves teas seasonally and includes a marble fireplace and an Austrian hand-cut chandelier. The Marble Bar features an Art Deco mirror from the Waldorf-Astoria in New York City.
The hotel has earned many awards, including one of the “World’s Best Places to Stay” by Conde Nast Traveler magazine and one of the top 500 hotels in the world by Travel + Leisure magazine. It has also received the AAA Four-Diamond award more than 25 years in a row. The hotel has 150 rooms and suites and offers a bed menu, free Wi-Fi, twice-daily maid service and more. The Heathman Hotel also houses the award-winning Heathman Restaurant and Bar.
Rooms open to patios. The 91 air-conditioned guestrooms at The Heathman Hotel include MP3 docking stations and laptop-compatible safes. Beds have down comforters and premium bedding. Pillow menus are available. Guests can use the in-room complimentary wireless and wired high-speed Internet access. 32-inch flat-screen TVs are equipped with premium digital channels and pay movies.
All accommodations provide desks, complimentary newspapers, and direct-dial phones; free local calls are offered (restrictions may apply). Bathrooms offer shower/tub combinations, bathrobes, designer toiletries, and hair dryers. In-room minibars and coffee/tea makers are provided. Additional amenities include slippers and irons/ironing boards. In addition, amenities available on request include refrigerators and hypo-allergenic bedding. Turndown service is offered nightly and housekeeping is available daily.
The Heathman Hotel houses the award-winning Heathman Restaurant and Bar, which has earned honors ranging from the James Beard Award to the Top Hotel Restaurant by USA Today. The restaurant features French-inspired cuisine with local ingredients, including Willamette Valley lamb with baby squash and wild sturgeon with potato risotto. The hotel also has other areas for drinks and lighter fare, including the Marble Bar, the Tea Court and the mezzanine. The Mezzanine offers dining and meeting space overlooking the Tea Court and features artworks from the Elizabeth Leach Gallery.
The hotel’s meeting space accommodates up to 150 guests. Business services and complimentary high-speed Internet access is provided. Safe-deposit boxes are available. The on-site library maintains a collection of more than 3,000 signed works by authors including Joyce Carol Oates and Tom Wolfe. The hotel’s third-floor fitness center includes cardiovascular and weight training equipment. Live jazz is performed at this Portland hotel Tuesday through Saturday evenings.
The Heathman is adjacent to the Portland Center for the Performing Arts and the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall and just steps away from the Portland Art Museum, the Oregon Historical Society Museum, Nordstrom’s, Macy’s downtown flagship store, Columbia Sportswear, Niketown, Tiffany’s, Saks Fifth Avenue, Mario’s, Powell’s Books, Pioneer Place, and the fashionable and fun Pearl District. The Keller Auditorium, trendy Northwest 23rd District, the Rose Garden, the Oregon Convention Center and Oregon Zoo are just minutes away.
The Heathman Hotel
1001 SW Broadway
Portland, OR 97205