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Portland is home to more than 250 public parks and gardens, 150 miles of regional trails and surrounded by some the Pacific Northwest’s most sought-after outdoor attractions, like breathtaking Mt. Hood National Forest  only an hour from our doorstep. Bike along lively Waterfront Park, rent a kayak and paddle the sparkling Willamette or picnic in Mt. Tabor Park, an extinct volcano set right in SE Portland.  

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You don’t have to go far. Grab a slice of New York-style pie from The Crown. With easy passage through our lobby, James Beard Award-winning Chef Vitaly Paley works his magic with classic pizzas by the slice, whole pies and pasta. Do yourself a favor, check out the new Stimulus Package for an epic in-room feast.

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Caffeine first. Deadstock Coffee on NW Couch Street in China Town is a city staple with a belief that coffee should be dope. With Nike in its backyard, Deadstock is part coffee shop, part shoe gallery, where sneaker heads and coffee enthusiasts converge. And if you’re looking for a proper pint, head down the block to 10 Barrel Brewing Co for a wide selection of local craft beers with pick-up and delivery available.

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Broadway Bridge from the pedestrian sidewalk Hotel Lucia

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Despite our fair share of rainy days, Portland is undeniably picturesque year-round with plenty of places to hone your aperture skills. Within walking distance of the hotel, Tom McCall Waterfront Park offers views of the bridges that give the city its nickname as Bridgetown (pro tip: a couple paces up the Burnside Bridge will give you a good glimpse of the notorious flashing Portland sign). Head to Washington Park to snap photos of the famed florals  at the International Rose Test Garden. 

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