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What We Love

  • A rustic-chic onsite restaurant by Top Chef winner Chris Cosentino
  • 65-inch flatscreen TVs in all guest rooms
  • The heated indoor lap pool—a rarity for downtown Portland
  • Complimentary wine tastings at the hotel lounge

What To Know

  • Pets are permitted for a fee
  • There’s a “secret” guests-only courtyard on the 11th floor
  • The hotel is named for the trailblazing writer and Oregonian suffragist Abigail Scott Duniway


  •  Bar
  •  Concierge
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Pet Friendly
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
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outdoor courtyard


Quirky urban retreat in downtown Portland whose plush terrace hosts yoga classes and live music performances

The Lowdown

It’s hard not to notice all the reclaimed wood at this slick 327-key bolthole, a heartfelt tribute to the property’s nature-rich Pacific Northwest backdrop. Reminders that you’re actually in downtown Portland are just as prevalent, from the views of bustling Sixth Avenue to the sleek modern desks in the spacious guest rooms, which are laced with luxurious touches like Waldorf Astoria linens, marble sink countertops, local minibar snacks (Poplandia popcorn, Rain City granola), and gratis umbrellas are also provided for battling said rain. The menu at Jackrabbit, the property’s ambitious New American restaurant, is filled with head-to-tail delights like pigs’ ears and bone marrow dip as well as sustainable details like chandeliers crafted from repurposed bicycles and a gargantuan communal log table. If it’s brunch you’re after, you’ll also find it here—the potato waffles and Euro-inspired family-style breakfast boards are best washed down with tableside Bloody Marys.

In the Area

Oregon’s biggest city offers plenty of hipster charm, from John Helmer Haberdasher—the 100-year-old hat shop stocks everything from berets to Greek fisherman caps—and Wildfang, an indie women’s clothing boutique lined with tomboyish threads. The Duniway is just a five-minute walk from the Portland Art Museum, close to the city’s Japanese Garden (complete with a traditional teahouse), and within easy reach of Powell Books, a multistory independent bookstore. A nearby light rail station means guests also have zippy access to the city’s countless green spaces.

How to Get There

The Duniway Portland, a Hilton Hotel
545 SW Taylor Street
Portland, OR 97204 United States


4.5 Very Good 909 Reviews
Great hotel in Downtown Portland
Gino O

Pretty cool boutique hotel in the heart of downtown Portland. Luxury amenities and accommodation at reasonable prices. Extremely friendly and helpful staff. Turntable and records available upon request!

Loved, loved this hotel!

This hotel is first class from the moment you enter the door to when you leave. I will definitely be back, great part of town if you are traveling alone. Very comfortable with shopping and restaurants around. Close enough for a walk down to the water. Great business or casual place to stay.

Great Hotel and excellent service.

Was in town with friends for the weekend. First time at the Duniway and will not be the last. Chelsy at the front desk was exceptional. She gave us great recommendations for dinner and drinks. Great location, convenient parking and well appointed rooms. The tv in the room is HUGE!