PORTLAND, Ore.—Hyatt House Portland/Downtown is set to open in July 2016. Owned by RiverPlace Hotel Investors LLC, the 203-room, upscale extended stay hotel will be located in Portland’s RiverPlace District and will provide guests the service and convenience of hotel living with the casual comforts of home.
“Portland is a world-class city and key business and leisure destination, and Hyatt House Portland/ Downtown will add a wonderful new option for business and leisure travelers, as well as families,” said General Manager Cathleen Smith.
Hyatt House Portland/Downtown will be located off I-5 in the RiverPlace District and will provide guests with easy access to some of Portland’s best attractions, including Tom McCall Waterfront Park, Portland Aerial Tram, Portland Streetcar Line, Oregon Museum of Science and Industry, Moda Center, and Oregon Convention Center. The hotel will be minutes away from the Collaborative Life Sciences Building, the-soon-to-open Knight Cancer Institute and Oregon Health & Science University, and the hotel will be 25-minute drive from Portland International Airport.
Hyatt House Portland/Downtown will offer:
203 apartment-style Kitchen Suites; The Commons, a lounge with an open and welcoming space for guests to relax, gather, and socialize; Outdoor Commons, which includes an outdoor fire pit and BBQ; Complimentary Morning Spread; The H BAR, which features the Sip + Savor Menu; 24/7 H Market to meet the everyday needs of guests; a 24-hour Workout Room to keep fitness routines going; Gathering Rooms with more than 1,600 square feet of flexible meeting spaces; Borrows Menu with often-forgotten items from phone charges to razors; A Very Important Resident (VIR) program, including complimentary grocery shopping, and other personalized perks, for guests with 30 plus consecutive nights; additional services, including Guest Laundry and complimentary grocery shopping available to extended-stay guests; and a pet-friendly policy that welcomes dogs or cats.
“Hyatt House Portland/Downtown will be a perfect fit in this dynamic neighborhood—the hotel’s social and contemporary environment will help guests feel connected, welcome, and at home,” continued Smith. “We want each and every guest who comes through our doors to feel that they can let their real-life routines roll on, even when they’re on the road.”