729 SW 15th Ave. Portland, OR 97205,
Hotel deLuxe Overview
In downtown Portland, the Hotel deLuxe – awarded to Condѐ Nast Traveler’s Gold List in 2008, 2009 and 2010 – introduces Portland to an era of Hollywood and glamour revitalizing the Golden Age of film. With an Art-Deco and Hollywood-40s inspired design, the hotel provides all of the luxury that a business or leisure traveler could wish for.
With almost 400 photographs from Hollywood films ranging from the 1930s to the 1950s, the corridors and all 130 rooms lend an educational eye to any and every film buff. Every star from Clark Gable to Audrey Hepburn and Joan Fontaine adorn the walls for all guests to enjoy. Each floor carries a glorious theme, such as The Maestro (Hitchcock), The Immigrants (Otto Preminger, Fritz Lang and William Wyler) and The Masters (Frank Capra, Billy Wilder and George Cukor).
In addition to the décor, sophistication meets charm with thin flat-screen televisions and HDTV (first hotel in Portland to offer full HDTV capabilities), sumptuous beds and linens, soft comforting colors, MP3 menu (Forgot your Ipod? We have one programmed just for you!) and MP3 docking stations in every room, high-speed wireless Internet, 24-hour room service, 24-hour business and fitness centers, Aveda bath products, pillow menu and a spiritual menu (Buddhist? Taoist? Catholic? Scientologist? We have the perfect bedtime reading for you!).
Pet Travel Tips:
- Before leaving, check to make sure the hotel accepts pets. And check either our on-line advertisements or directly with the hotel, to find out any restrictions, fees, etc.
- Also find Emergency Veterinary Clinics in the area to which you're headed.
- If the pet travels with you, it will retain a sense of identity. However, pets can become frightened and bolt away from you out of open doors and windows. Keep your pet on a leash when outside your car or hotel.
- Occasionally travelling can upset your pet's stomach. Take along ice cubes, which are easier on your pet than large amounts of water. It is recommended that you keep feeding to a minimum during travel. More pet travel advice...