Welcome to Hotel Lucia, Portland’s original destination for genuinely effortless hospitality and personality. Located in the heart of the city, Hotel Lucia is renowned for its expansive photography collection, spacious rooms and dining at The Imperial – one of the Pacific Northwest’s top restaurants. A collaborative space since 1909, the building is on the National Register of Historic Places and offers travelers a comfortable, contemporary and creatively inspired setting.
Right in the center of Rose City, Hotel Lucia lives on the corner of SW Broadway and Harvey Milk Street. As one of Portland’s first boutique hotels, it’s served as a stylish yet unpretentious launch pad for exploring this ever-evolving city. The famous Tom McCall Waterfront park is within walking distance, making it easy for guests to stroll by the river and experience why Portland earned the nickname Bridge City. Powell’s City of Books, taprooms, galleries, shops and cocktail bars are just a few of the other walkable sights and scenes visitors can absorb.
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Start the new decade in style.
Treat yourself to an extended stay. From Pillow Menus to pet-friendly perks, the whole family is guaranteed to be pampered.
Heighten senses and release stress with float session followed by a massage. Soak up all the stillness with a ride to and from the appointment plus Smith Tea Service in your room upon your return.
Explore the City of Roses, with or without a car.
If your favorite travel buddies are your taste buds, our dining options are all set to satisfy. Book now for a $100 credit to Imperial or The Crown, usable from the comfort of your bed or in the main restaurants.
Capture your love on camera during a three-hour photo session with a professional photographer. Choose three different picture-perfect spots in and around Portland. Hop on the Max to pose among the roses, say cheese under Portland’s iconic stag sign, or walk the Hawthorne Bridge.