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Spring Travel: Where to Stay During Portland Rose Festival

Planning a springtime escape to Oregon for the state’s signature Portland Rose Festival, taking place May 26 to June 11? Check out these four Portland-area Provenance Hotels during your seasonal visit to the City of Roses.

Dossier Hotel

Located: Between Willamette River and Washington Park

This AAA Four-Diamond hotel (pictured at top of page) is an art lover’s dream, thanks to its art-filled rooms and suites and locally inspired amenities. During your stay at Dossier Hotel for the Portland Rose Festival, reserve your spot at the newly opened Bistro Adler. Here, diners can savor the culinary bounty of the Pacific Northwest in an upscale yet relaxed setting inspired by the bistros of France. For more information, visit

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Hotel Lucia

Located: Downtown Portland

Hotel Lucia is widely celebrated for its expansive photography collection, eclectic art and unforgettable style. Since 1909, the charming locale has been a comfortable, cultured and creatively inspired stay, which is on the National Register of Historic Places and continues to offer an endlessly comfortable, cultured and creative stay. The hotel is a quick jaunt to the International Rose Test Garden, featuring over 10,000 rose bushes, and is within walking distance of Portland’s most exciting restaurants, galleries, shops, brewpubs and distilleries. For more information, visit

Hotel deLuxe

Located: Goose Hollow

Inspired by Hollywood’s Golden Age, Hotel deLuxe–found in the charming Goose Hollow neighborhood–marries an art deco aesthetic with modern art. Hotel deLuxe is within a short walk to the area’s boutique shops, top-notch restaurants and cocktail bars (like Multnomah Whiskey Library, where bartenders scan floor-to-ceiling shelves on ladders), museums and art galleries. For more information, visit

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Located: Downtown Portland’s West End

Home to two of the city’s finest culinary establishments (Jake’s Grill and Fortune) and proximate to Cathedral Park in North Portland, both foodies and adventurous types are known to stay at Sentinel. When not checking out the Portland Rose Festival, guests can head to Cathedral Park to view Instagram-worthy St. Johns Bridge and perhaps picnic in one of the state’s most beautiful parks. For more information, visit

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