LIFE THROUGH OUR LENS

It all started here. Hotel Lucia is the city’s original destination for quirky, cultured and creative minds. Here, historic architecture meets contemporary design. We celebrate inspirational art, cultivate collaboration and champion authentic experiences.

Stay awhile and see Portland through our lens.

| The Necessities |
| Explore |
| TV Guide |
| Signature Amenities |
| Wellness  |
| Art & History  |
 | Share Your Stay |

 


 

THE NECESSITIES

 

NEED ANYTHING?

Our virtual concierge, Paige, is here to help. Just text +1-971-256-8033, and someone will be in touch. 

DO NOT DISTURB

If you need a little peace and quiet, text Do Not Disturb to +1-971-256-8033. Paige will make sure that you aren’t disturbed.

TV GUIDE

Check out our TV Guide to see what’s playing.

WAKE UP CALL

Whether you want to be up early, or just don’t want to miss your favorite show, text Wake Me Up to +1-971-256-8033 with your preferred time and you will receive a wake up text and call.

CHECKOUT

Checkout is at noon. If you need a late check out, call the front desk on the morning of your departure. We’ll do our best to accommodate.

FITNESS

At Provenance Hotels, we believe that well being doesn’t stop on the road. From our state of the art fitness center to the Provenance Well + Fit kit delivered straight to your room, our amenities are designed for the health conscious traveler. To request a Provenance Well + Fit kit, text Paige.

MEETINGS

Our meeting rooms are located off the lobby and downstairs.

LAUNDRY

Call the front desk by 8:30 am to schedule a pickup and you’ll have it back by 6 pm, except on Sundays and holidays.

HAIRDRYER

You’ll find this hanging in a black bag in your closet.

ICE

Ice can be requested by texting Paige.

EXPLORE AN ORIGINAL

This city is home to both the nation’s smallest public park and its largest independent bookstore. It’s no secret that Portland prides itself on doing things a little differently.

From downtown’s Lan Su Chinese Gardens and Tom McCall Waterfront Park to Washington Park’s Japanese Garden and International Rose Test Garden, Portland’s urban green spaces beckon. Our historic theaters and live music venues provide escape from the weather with bands, theater productions and films on offer year-round. Art galleries and (tax-free) shopping abounds.

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SIGNATURE AMENITIES

At Hotel Lucia, we provide a curated, artful experience for our guests.

In addition to our local offerings with our co-conspirators, we offer a range of thoughtful, welcoming Provenance Signatures at our luxurious downtown hotel.

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WELLNESS

Provenance Hotels’ Well+Fit program is designed to keep you moving while you’re on the move, because we believe you should feel your best, whether you’re at home or on the road. From the top-of-the-line equipment in our fitness centers — did someone say Peloton? — to class passes for local studios, to streaming online workouts directly into the comfort and privacy of your guestroom, Provenance Hotels’ Well+Fit program is designed for the well traveled and well-traveler. Text Paige to receive your kit.

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ART & HISTORY

The building you’re standing in was built in 1909 by Phil Metschan, an enterprising German immigrant and entrepreneur, as an expansion of his Imperial Hotel. You can see where the buildings were once connected in the dining room of Imperial, our restaurant. From its very beginning, this new wing of the Imperial Hotel played an important role in Portland’s culture and history, serving as a gathering spot for cattle ranchers visiting from Eastern Oregon. The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2003 and subsequent renovations have updated the aesthetic and added Imperial – our restaurant, named in tribute to the hotel’s history and the cattlemen who stayed here all those years ago.

We are proud to be home to the world’s largest permanent collection of black and white photographs by native Oregonian, David Hume Kennerly.

Kennerly has been on the front lines of history for nearly fifty years. In 1972, at the age of 25 he became one of the youngest winners of the Pulitzer Prize in Journalism, when he was recognized for Feature Photography including images of the Ali v. Frazier World Heavyweight Championship at Madison Square Garden, the Vietnam and Cambodia wars, and refugees escaping from East Pakistan into India. Two years later Kennerly was appointed President Gerald R. Ford’s chief White House photographer.

During your stay, we invite you to explore the 680 iconic images on display throughout our public spaces, corridors and guest rooms.

Art Story History