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Hotel Lucia is a modern oasis of calm in the epicentre of Portland, Oregon. Only steps from shopping, restaurants and Portland attractions, Portland’s pet-friendly Hotel Lucia is a chic and stylish home away from home for you and man's best friend. Here you’ll find the world’s largest permanent collection of black and white photographs by Pulitzer prize-winning photographer and Portland native David Hume Kennerly. Enjoy personalized service and distinctive Portland hotel amenities, along with unsurpassed comfort and luxury.
Guests can experience local Pacific Northwest cuisine at Hotel Lucia's Imperial or Portland Penny Diner, both led by renowned chef, Vitaley Paley. Imperial offers guests elegant, soulful cuisine inspired by campfires and the big open spaces of the Pacific Northwest. For those looking for a quick grab-and-go option, Portland Penny Diner, a traditional counter service diner, will please with handcrafted sandwiches and milkshakes.
Our Deluxe King room offers 200 sq. ft of stylish comfort for urban travelers making their way to Portland on business or for pleasure.
Our Superior King room is wonderfully spacious at 250 sq. ft. An abundance of windows bring in loads of natural light (perfect for shutterbugs).
Our Junior Suite is an elegant, 350 sq. ft. getaway, featuring a king-size bed, two bathrooms and a comfy seating area with a full couch, perfect to sink into after your day of exploring.
Hotel Lucia is a Portland tradition that embodies Portland next. It’s a luxurious boutique respite located in the midst of downtown. Just minutes away from Pioneer Court House Square and the illustrious Pearl District, Hotel Lucia is ideal for exploring the boutique shops and restaurants of Portland’s vibrant metropolis.
Originally an extension of the Imperial Hotel, the building was first constructed in 1909. It was a popular gathering spot for visitors to Portland, the building itself was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2003 and is entwined with Portland’s history. Although the building has since been completely renovated, we’ve retained the Imperial Hotel’s old charm while adding elements of art deco and modern appeal.
Besides our remarkably spacious accommodations, Hotel Lucia is famous for its photography collection. Our gallery features the largest collection of black and white photography by Pulitzer Prize winner and native Oregonian David Hume Kennerly. Walking through Hotel Lucia, you’ll discover an eclectic collection of Kennerly imagery – from politicians to celebrities – and experience firsthand his remarkable ability to reveal the drama, vulnerability and spontaneity of life.
Planning your next power breakfast meeting, brainstorming session, rehearsal dinner or some other photo-worthy event? Let the Hotel Lucia make your next event truly special. We offer three meeting rooms ranging from 472 sq. ft. to 1,160 sq. ft. depending on the size of your party. Make sure you contact us directly regarding group rates at the Hotel Lucia.
Portland is foodie central, but that doesn’t mean you have to wander far from Hotel Lucia for delectable eats. We’re attached to The Imperial, one of the top restaurants in Portland, Oregon. And if you’re looking for something a little bit quicker, stop downstairs at the Penny Diner, a counter service diner featuring relaxed seating and grab and go options.
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We’ve teamed up with the Design Museum Portland, the city’s nomadic museum of all things design, to host Rapid Jewelry, a collection of 21 pieces curated through the Design Museum’s international call for 3D-printed jewelry. The exhibition will be on view in our lobby March 21-June 20, 2016. Stop by and experience the Rapid Jewelry collection free of charge.
Hotel Lucia is perfectly positioned in Portland, Oregon, right in the heart of downtown. Just three blocks to Pioneer Courthouse Square and Portland’s MAX light rail, the prime location lends to the ideal home base for exploring the City of Roses.