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The ecofriendly Oregon Convention Center is just minutes from downtown Portland. Photograph by Bruce Forster/Viewfindersnw.

Portland’s reputation for value, service and sustainability continues to grow among meeting planners.

Those qualities all make your job easier, help the bottom line and keep your bosses happy. At the same time, the city’s reputation as an exceptional destination is flourishing — which means more, and happier, attendees. (Bosses like that, too.) Consider Portland’s internationally acclaimed culinary scene. The city has its share of elegant restaurants with décor and service to match the exquisite items on the menu, but you don’t need a reservation to taste what the buzz is about. In keeping with Portland’s unpretentious vibe, our renowned downtown food carts offer items both exotic (Vietnamese banh mi sandwiches, Czech goulash, Cuban plantains) and all-American (burgers, barbecue, fried pies) at prices that leave plenty of money for taxfree shopping. Read on to learn more about how Portland will captivate your delegates and make your meeting a breeze. You don’t have to take our word for it, either — we’ve included testimonials from fellow planners and a few recent media accolades, as well. Our team looks forward to proving that Portland really is the best, and most delicious, place to meet.

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value added What you see is what you pay in Portland's unique shopping districts.


If it’s a quirky vibe and zero sales tax you’re looking for, Portland’s your city. — Budget Travel, November 2014

value PORTLAND IS A GREAT DEAL FOR YOU AND YOUR DELEGATES.

Spokane

$114

Vancouver, B.C.

$133

Instead of using this space to trumpet what Portland offers, let’s pause for a moment to highlight what it doesn’t: There is no sales tax or food and beverage tax here. Translated: Portland lets you stretch your meeting budget.

Salt Lake city

$135

Portland

$153

That’s great news for both you and your delegates, who’ll use the money they save to take full advantage of Portland’s acclaimed dining, shopping and cultural offerings.

Denver

$160

The charts on this page show how Portland stacks up against other Western destinations.

Central City Single-day Tax Amount**

Sacramento

$140

Phoenix

$143

Long Beach

$166

San Diego

$180

Seattle

$191

San Jose

$219

Three-meal Total (average)*

$22.86

Vancouver, B.C.

$70

$25.72

Spokane

$71

San Diego

Phoenix

$29.04

Denver

$72

Sacramento

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Phoenix

$73

San Jose

$29.80

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Salt Lake city

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San Jose

$84

Denver

Sacramento

$84

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Salt Lake city

$85

$32.56 $35.11

Seattle *Source: Runzheimer International, January 2015. All amounts USD. **Source: “Travel Taxes in the U.S.: The Best and Worst Cities to Visit,” Global Business Travel Association, December 2013.

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Visitors ranked Portland No. 1 in the nation for public transportation and pedestrian-friendliness. — Travel + Leisure America’s Favorite Cities survey (October 2014)

getting around You won’t believe how easy it is to go from place to place.

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only-in-Oregon restaurants and stores, including Rogue Ales and Powell’s Books

Nonstop flights to Portland arrive from all of the spots you’d expect: Chicago, New York, Los Angeles and Washington, D.C. But they also originate from a few surprising places, such as Tokyo and Amsterdam. In all, Portland offers nonstop service to more than 50 cities worldwide. Portland International Airport (PDX) is convenient and comfortable, with a reputation for efficiency and ample amenities. The airport is handy to both the Oregon Convention Center and Portland’s dynamic city center — 20 minutes by car or 38 minutes by light rail to downtown. Nicknamed “MAX,” Portland’s light rail system connects PDX, the convention center, downtown and the Portland Expo Center.

MAX light rail in downtown

The airport is handy to both the Oregon Convention Center and downtown.

And riders can easily transfer to the Portland Streetcar, which travels to the city’s hottest shopping districts, including downtown, the Pearl District and Northwest Portland. The Central Loop line connects the convention center to the popular Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI) and the restaurants and nightlife of the Central Eastside.

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ticket to ride Light rail connects the airport, convention center, hotels and more.


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DINING ENJOY EATING WELL FROM OREGON’S BOUNTY. Portland has a favorite flavor: fresh. A passion for seasonal ingredients — from salmon to Dungeness crab, pears to Marionberries, hazelnuts to chanterelle mushrooms — pervades kitchens throughout the city. While you can feast on line-caught salmon and heirloom tomatoes at some of the finest eateries in town, gourmetgrade offerings are just as common in casual settings. Downtown food carts grill locally raised chicken and sauté seasonal produce from farmers’

A passion for seasonal ingredients pervades local kitchens. markets. Pizza joints pile native ingredients onto their pies. Even corner pubs are likely to offer seasonal happy-hour bites. And it’s not just chefs who find inspiration in the region’s bounty. Vintners produce ethereal pinot noirs from the hillsides of the Willamette Valley; microbrewers craft award-winning beers with Oregon-grown hops. The city is even home to a growing number of distilleries, which use local grains and fruit to create spirits with a distinctly Oregon flavor. Wherever you sup or sip in Portland, you’ll find it’s hard not to eat local here — and harder still to resist.

As the birthplace of gastronomical legend James Beard, it’s only fitting that Portland, Oregon, has a food scene chock-full of award-winning chefs . . . [It] is one destination planners should put on their list. — Collaborate, May 2015

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One of Portland's legendary microbrews

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fresh perspectives  Portland’s innovative culinary scene has an international reputation.

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fabulous finds Independent boutiques help define a vibrant retail landscape.

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What most impressed our attendees was . . . the tax-free shopping. (I heard some went overboard and had to get extra bags and boxes to ship back their purchases.) — Mayumi M. Mazur, QFD Institute

tax-free shopping SAVE EVERY DAY AT PORTLAND’S DIVERSE RETAILERS.

The price you see on an item is the price you pay at the register.

CENTRAL CITY SHOPPING

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shopping centers Downtown Portland is a hub of national and local retailers.

Visit the Pearl District for art, fashion and books — Powell’s City of Books occupies an entire city block and stocks more than 1.5 million new and used volumes. For a handcrafted souvenir, visit the artisans at the Portland Saturday Market (open Sundays, too). Lloyd Center, near the Oregon Convention Center, is Oregon’s largest mall with 150 stores. And just 30 minutes south of Portland, you’ll find 100 big-name brands at Woodburn Premium Outlets, the largest tax-free outlet center in the West.

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since there's no sales tax in Oregon, the price you see on an item is the price you pay at the register. Which only prompts the question: Isn’t shopping a whole lot more fun without taxes taking a bite out of your budget? Within steps of downtown hotels, you’ll find major national retailers like Nordstrom and Macy’s; Pioneer Place shopping center, featuring big brands like Apple, Louis Vuitton and H&M; plus independent boutiques with designs you won’t see anywhere else.

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Portland may be best known for beer, bicycles and sustainably raised bacon, but this Pacific Northwest city has a vibrant professional theater scene, too. — Forbes Travel Guide Blog, May 2015

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HERE, ARTS AND NIGHTLIFE OFFERINGS ARE DECIDEDLY UNSTUFFY. When delegates explore Portland, they’ll experience a vibrant — but refreshingly unpretentious — nightlife and cultural scene. Literally and figuratively, Portland’s arts and cultural offerings are all over the map:

First Thursday art walk

n In the middle of the city, Lan Su Chinese Garden is an urban oasis of water, stone and poetry, reflecting its authentic Suzhou craftsmanship. n Downtown, attractions range from live music venues and performance spaces to the renowned Portland Art Museum. n In the nearby Pearl District and the culturally diverse Alberta and Central Eastside arts districts, Portland’s creative spirit spills into the streets during monthly gallery walks. (And with no sales tax in Oregon, “I wish I could afford that painting” becomes “I’ll take it!”) As a cultural hub, Portland offers delegates a variety of choices: established opera, ballet, symphony, theater and modern dance companies; nationally touring Broadway productions; and the boundary-pushing Time-Based Art Festival, which fills locations around town every September with provocative installations, performances and musical collaborations. Moviegoers — who’ll be tempted by more than 20 annual film festivals — can catch a feature at one of many theaters that serve distinctive meals along with one of the city’s most cherished cultural treasures: craft beer.

The city’s creative spirit spills into the streets.

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Portland Art Museum

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center stage A broad range of cultural activities shares the spotlight in Portland.

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open shores The entire stretch of Oregon’s scenic coastline is open to the public.

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Golf in the shadow of Mount Hood

Portland has so much to offer: a vibrant downtown with shopping and restaurants, fantastic scenery and outstanding day trips to help conference guests experience the great Northwest! — Sue Davis, Council of Engineering and Scientific Society Executives

outdoors If someone tells you to take a hike in Portland, they may mean it literally. The hills that rise just west of downtown shelter Forest Park, a tree-filled, 5,156-acre (2,087 ha) expanse crisscrossed by 70 miles (113 km) of hiking and mountain biking trails. Urban hikers will find an inviting walking route just behind the Oregon Convention Center: the 1.5-mile (2.4 km) Vera Katz Eastbank Esplanade, which features works of art, water-level views of downtown and the country’s longest floating walkway. Plus, it connects to the Springwater Corridor Trail, a 17-mile (27 km) bicycling byway. Portland’s proximity to abundant natural wonders makes it the perfect Multnomah Falls starting point for delegate-friendly day trips. Within a 90-minute drive of downtown, you can:

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Portland is the perfect starting point for day trips.

n visit the vineyards and tasting rooms of Oregon’s scenic wine country, famous for its pinot noir; n hike past Multnomah Falls or any of the nearly 100 waterfalls in the Columbia River Gorge; n ski and snowboard — day or night, nearly year-round — on nearby Mount Hood; or n explore the towns and beaches of the dramatic, rugged Oregon Coast.

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million acres of Mt. Hood National Forest

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There were many places where we could point to it being not only more sustainable, but more cost-effective. We had no experience [planning a green meeting]; Portland had experience. — Wilfred Pinfold, SC (Supercomputing) Conference Series

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tons of waste diverted from landfills each year

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tons of food and products donated annually

In ways both big and small, Portland has long been obsessed with keeping its environs unspoiled. Residents’ recycling and bike-commuting rates are among the highest in the nation, while city planners are committed to preventing sprawl and preserving the working farms and natural wonders that ring the metropolitan area. This eco-friendly ethos and sustainable infrastructure make it easy — incredibly easy — to plan a green meeting here. Portland ranks among the top 10 U.S. cities for most LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certified buildings per capita. These

A cyclist crosses the Hawthorne Bridge.

Portland’s ethos and infrastructure make it easy to plan a green meeting here. include the nation’s first gold- and platinumlevel renovations of historic buildings (the Jean Vollum Natural Capital Center and the Gerding Theater at the Armory, respectively) — both of which offer event space. There are also many green hotels in the city core, with certifications ranging from LEED to Green Seal and beyond.

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HERE IN PORTLAND, SUSTAINABILITY IS IN OUR NATURE.


meetings.travelportland.com green scene The Oregon Convention Center and Waterfront Park both exemplify Portland’s dedication to sustainability.

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The Martinez family of the acclaimed Orox Leather Co.

One of the things that I love most about Portland is that it is a much more diverse city than people outside of Portland believe it to be. We see it in the customers we serve and the organizations we work with. — Lisa Watson (citizen of the Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde, Molalla), owner of Cupcake Jones

MULTICULTURAL PORTLAND

Diversity in portland

18.9%

of Portlanders over age 5 speak a language other than English at home

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PEOPLE OF EVERY ETHNICITY AND CULTURE Mel Brown at find themselves in Portland. With its independent Jimmy Mak's spirit, the city welcomes people from all backgrounds, and we invite you to find yourself here, too. Find yourself in our events, from the largest blues festival west of the Mississippi to one of the nation’s biggest Cinco de Mayo celebrations, complete with public naturalization ceremony. Celebrate the region’s native tribes at the Delta Park Powwow and Encampment or take in African American cinema during the Portland Black Film Festival. Find yourself in our neighborhoods, from the “new Chinatown” of Southeast Portland’s Jade District to the nearby Portland Mercado, a Latin American business incubator and food cart pod. Sample lumpia and Chamorro flatbread at Guamanian food cart PDX 671 or savor novo-Peruvian cuisine and live music at Andina in the Pearl District. Find yourself in our strong community organizations, from the Native American Youth and Family Center (NAYA) to the Hispanic Metropolitan Chamber, and get to know friendly, connected leaders like Portland Chinese Times editor Rosaline Hui and José González, founder and executive director of Teatro Milagro. Find yourself in our attractions, from the authentic Lan Su Chinese Garden and Portland Japanese Garden to the extensive collection of Native American art at the Portland Art Museum. Explore Japanese American history at the Oregon Nikkei Legacy Center, and don’t miss legendary African American drummer Mel Brown in residence three nights a week at Jimmy Mak’s, one of the world’s top jazz venues. Most importantly, you’ll find yourself in the people of Portland — diverse, friendly and ready to help. Visit TravelPortland.com/ThatsMyPDX to get connected with the best contacts and resources for your community.

Portland has long welcomed people from all backgrounds.

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Planners who select Portland can count on professional, enthusiastic assistance that starts the minute the meeting is confirmed and continues through the closing session. Our M&C Gold Service Award-winning team (14 years running) does everything it takes to save you money and make your event a success. What’s more, our hotels and suppliers work together to build a package that works for you. Travel Portland’s many services include: n attendance-building tools; n promotional material; n site tours; and n Passkey housing program. Learn more at meetings.travelportland.com, where you can explore our services and browse extensive information on the city’s hotels, meeting spaces, transportation systems, attractions and restaurants — plus floor plans and schematics for larger convention properties.


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OREGON CONVENTION CENTER 777 N.E. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Portland, OR 97232 503.235.7575 | 800.791.2250 | fax 503.731.7802 sales@oregoncc.org | oregoncc.org The Oregon Convention Center (OCC) is the largest convention facility in the Pacific Northwest. The facility offers 255,000 square feet of contiguous exhibit space, 50 meeting rooms, two grand ballrooms, full-service catering and an 800-space underground parking garage. Visitors can get to and from the downtown hotel core and Portland International Airport with ease via city light rail. OCC has been a LEED-certified facility since 2004, and in 2014 achieved recertification at the Platinum level — making it one of only two convention centers in the nation to earn the highest level of certification offered through the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). Many green components are built into its daily operations, such as event recycling and composting, water- and energy-efficient upgrades, and purchasing local food for catering. The center has also earned APEX/ASTM Level IV certification, the first standards created uniquely for green meetings and events. This program, verified by the Green Meeting Industry Council (GMIC), provides a roadmap for planning sustainable events, helping vendors and guests practice green habits, and working with the regional community to support the environment.

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• 50 meeting rooms with 18-foot ceilings and individualized lighting sets

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• Lobbies and public spaces adorned with $2 million in artwork

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• Two VIP suites overlooking their respective exhibit halls

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PORTLAND EXPO CENTER 2060 N. Marine Drive, Portland, OR 97217 503.736.5200 | fax 503.736.5201 meetings@expocenter.org | expocenter.org

The Portland Expo Center is the Northwest’s premier multipurpose meeting facility and home to more than 100 world-class events every year. Whatever your event — be it a trade show, banquet or private gathering — the Expo Center has everything you need to meet with success. For starters, there’s more than 330,000 square feet of flexible, multi-functional exhibition space. Plus, 10 comfortable meeting rooms offer more than 7,000 square feet of meeting space. The Expo Center features full-service catering, a kitchen and West Delta Bar & Grill — any of which can bring exceptional style and service to the simplest breakfast meeting or most elegant gala. The Expo Center is just a short light rail ride from downtown and Portland International Airport. And, speaking of transportation, the facility has on-site parking for more than 2,500 vehicles.

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48,000

15´

Theater

2,726

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300´ x 120´

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30´

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300´ x 120´

36,000

30´

3,500

1,640

2,100

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108,000

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9,000

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54,000

30´

4,500

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336

260

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Moda Center Veterans Memorial Coliseum Rose Quarter Commons 1 Center Court, Suite 150, Portland, OR 97227 503.797.9705 | fax 503.736.2184 michael.betts@rosequarter.com | rosequarter.com The Rose Quarter features three facilities on its campus. As the host of major concerts, NBA games, sporting events, conventions and trade shows, the Rose Quarter accommodates events of all sizes and can meet a wide variety of needs. Nearby, you’ll find convenient access to Portland’s MAX light rail system, the Portland Streetcar and TriMet bus service. Moda Center: · 20,000-seat, state-of-the-art arena with six banquet rooms · Unique acoustic clouds provide the ability to adjust the acoustics · “Theater of the Clouds,” with its spectacular theater curtains, provides an intimate setting for groups up to 6,000 Veterans Memorial Coliseum: · 12,000-seat arena, a 40,000-square-foot Exhibit Hall and seven meeting rooms · “Half House” configuration can accommodate groups as small as 1,000 Rose Quarter Commons: · Outdoor paved plaza, can accommodate 3,000–5,000 people · Portland’s largest outdoor public plaza that works great for festivals, fairs, VIP entertaining and intimate concerts

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Dr. Jacks Veterans Memorial Coliseum

6,400

— 65´

12,000

6,000

Exhibit Hall

346´ x 120´

40,000

13´6˝–12´

2,400

119´ x 63´

1,100

7,470

15´

600

350

110,545

278´ x 120´

31,725

105´

20,000

1,100

6,000

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Private Dining Room

Wireless Internet

Courtside Club Sphere

Irregular

}

Banq u et

Seating capacity of 400

27,632

Wheelchair Accessible

}

Theater

Entire Veterans Memorial Coliseum

Spa

Irregular 247´ x 120´

Georgia Pacific Room*

Restaurant On-site

H eight

Half House

Phone Dataport

}

Sq . feet

VETERANS Memorial Coliseum

Portland Streetcar

}

Suggested Seating Capacity Dim .

6,725

Vaulted

Irregular

400

Seating capacity of 42

Irregular

2,930

Seating capacity of 140

Seating capacity of 40 Seating capacity of 300

Seating capacity of 150

West Club

Irregular

East Club

Irregular

Seating capacity of 60

The Pines

Rotunda

Seating capacity of 200

*Additional meeting rooms available; call for details. Outdoor Commons space also available.


the benson hotel 309 S.W. Broadway, Portland, OR 97205 Downtown hotels

503.228.2000 | 888.523.6766 | fax 503.471.3921 sales@bensonhotel.com | bensonhotel.com Since opening in 1913, The Benson Hotel has graciously welcomed celebrities, CEOs and U.S. presidents. Discover the timeless beauty of this landmark property, featuring Italian marble floors, Austrian crystal chandeliers and Russian Circassian walnut. Beyond the front doors, the city’s best attractions await you. The Benson Hotel’s convenient downtown location puts you within easy walking distance of restaurants, theaters, the Pearl District, Powell’s Books, Pioneer Courthouse Square and Lan Su Chinese Garden. The MAX light rail and Portland Streetcar are just a few blocks away. Two outstanding options are available for both casual and formal dining: the Palm Court Restaurant and Bar and El Gaucho, a Northwest steakhouse legacy, where guests are treated to the ultimate dining experience, including attentive tableside service. The Benson Hotel features more than 18,000 square feet of flexible meeting space, encompassing 18 different rooms. The hotel’s award-winning culinary team will design a menu that is perfectly tailored to your event. Every dish features the freshest ingredients, with a special emphasis on locally grown, seasonal products. The hotel offers a host of amenities and services, including in-room dining, personalized concierge service, valet parking, complimentary overnight shoe shine, 24-hour fitness center, 24-hour business center and complimentary morning coffee and newspaper. The Benson Hotel — providing legendary service since 1913.

AMENITIES

Room Count

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287 total

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57 suites

Airport Shuttle

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FACILITIES CHART

Business Services

Room Name

}

Golf Indoor Pool Max Light Rail

}

Outdoor Pool

Suggested Seating Capacity Dim.

Sq. feet

Height

Theater

classroom

Banquet

Mayfair Ballroom

75´ x 78´

5,850

11´8˝

500

300

350

Mayfair Room

75´ x 42´

3,150

11´8˝

300

150

230

Kent Room

36´ x 44´

1,584

11´8˝

140

100

120

Crystal Ballroom

76´ x 28´

2,128

18´10˝

210

120

170

732

10´1˝

Phone Dataport

Cambridge Room

37´ x 18´

673

10´1˝

50

33

70

Portland Streetcar

Oxford Room

24´ x 18´

426

10´1˝

40

18

30

Restaurant On-site

Windsor Room

43´ x 15´

645

10´1˝

60

30

50

Brighton Room

36´ x 17´

612

10´1˝

50

30

40

} } }

Spa Wheelchair Accessible

}

Wireless Internet

}

Regency Room

Parliament Rooms (1-4)

Conference seating for 16

69´ x 24´

1,656

120

60

100

2,269

12´

150

70

120

Little London Room

30´ x 14´

420

30

10

24

Wine Room

18´ x 14´

252

14

8

10

London Grill

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hilton portland & executive tower Downtown hotels

921 S.W. Sixth Ave., Portland, OR 97204 503.226.1611 | 800.445.8667 | fax 503.225.1480 pdxph-salesadm@hilton.com | portland.hilton.com

Oregon’s largest convention hotel, the Hilton Portland & Executive Tower is centrally located in downtown Portland. The Hilton is situated just a short light rail ride away from the Oregon Convention Center, the Oregon Zoo, Portland’s Lan Su Chinese Garden and many other local attractions. Hotel amenities include wireless Internet, two restaurants, the Hilton Athletic Club with indoor pool, a 24-hour fitness center with waveless lap pool and a full-service business center. Hilton’s new Serenity Collection includes bath amenities by Peter Thomas Roth and Hilton’s Suite Dreams beds by Serta. Take a virtual tour at tourhiltonportland.com.

This property meets the Green Seal™ Environmental Standard for Lodging Properties for waste minimization, water and energy efficiency, hazardous substances handling, and environmentally responsible purchasing.

AMENITIES

Room Count

|

782 total

|

9 suites

Airport Shuttle Bus Parking

Business Services

}

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FACILITIES CHART Room Name

Grand Ballroom

}

Indoor Pool

Parlors A, B and C

}

Max Light Rail

Ballroom Foyer

Outdoor Pool

Dim.

Sq. feet

Theater

classroom

Banquet

147´ x 87´

12,657

Height

18´

1,150

650

1,070

180

112

140

22´ x 81´

1,782

9´8˝

123´ x 26´

3,198

Galleria

98´ x 38´

3,724

9´7˝

300

140

300

Phone Dataport

The Pavilion

84´ x 84´

6,520

16´9˝

600

280

480

Portland Streetcar

Pavilion East

44´ x 84´

3,365

16´9˝

250

110

230

}

Restaurant On-site

Pavilion West

42´ x 84´

3,106

16´9˝

250

110

210

Spa

Broadway

104´ x 26´

2,706

10´

260

130

220

26´ x 26´

676

10´

65

35

50

} }

Wheelchair Accessible

}

Wireless Internet

}

Broadway I, II, III or IV 3rd Floor Conference Rooms

Reception space for 300

242–720

Skyline I

60´ x 47´

1,680

10´

85

68

140

Skyline II

44´ x 36´

1,800

185

75

180

Conference spaces range from 10 to 70

Skyline III

35´ x 21´

510

10´

50

35

50

Skyline IV

23´ x 19´

330

10´

40

28

30

Plaza Suite Salon Ballroom

24

Suggested Seating Capacity

Exhibit Hall

31´ x 16´

496

8´6˝

74´ x 28´

2,192

12´

Conference seating for 18 230

120

180

90 8´x10´ booths, 75 10´x10´ booths


the nines 525 S.W. Morrison St., Portland, OR 97204 Downtown hotels

877.229.9995 | fax 503.802.5343 sales@thenines.com | thenines.com Ideally situated next to Portland’s Pioneer Courthouse Square and MAX light rail, the Nines rests atop the landmark Meier & Frank Building, honoring the structure’s storied past with striking décor and impeccable service. The Nines offers more than 13,000 square feet of meeting space with complimentary high-speed Internet access, plus a cutting-edge fitness center and club lounge. The dining and bar options, Urban Farmer: a Modern Steakhouse and the Asianinspired rooftop Departure restaurant, speak to global palates. The hotel features a magnificent collection of works by local artists, with original contemporary art gracing each of the 331 luxurious guestrooms. Appointments include plush bedding, robes and slippers, 24-hour room service, refreshment centers and 42-inch HD televisions with DVD players. Twice-daily maid service completes the picture of approachable elegance. Like the city that surrounds it, the Nines embraces conservation and environmental awareness. The Nines has received LEED Silver certification, and all housekeeping products are Green Seal certified. Plus, the hotel gets 100% of its energy from renewable resources. Elevate your expectations. Live life to the Nines.

AMENITIES Airport Shuttle

Room Count

|

331 total

|

13 suites

Business Services

}

Golf Indoor Pool MAX Light Rail

}

Outdoor Pool Phone Dataport

}

Portland Streetcar

}

Restaurant On-site

}

Spa Wheelchair Accessible

}

Wireless Internet

}

FACILITIES CHART

Suggested Seating Capacity

Room Name

The Nines Ballroom Culture Fashion Design Design 1 Design 2 Culture/Fashion Fashion/Design Studio Gallery Gallery 1 Gallery 2 Gallery 3 Gallery 1/2 Gallery 2/3 Meier Boardroom Frank Boardroom Georgian Room Total square footage

Room Count

|

Dim.

Sq. feet

Height

69´ x 104´ 35´ x 69´ 35´ x 69´ 35´ x 69´ 35´ x 35´ 35´ x 35´ 70´ x 69´ 70´ x 69´ 36´ x 40´ 36´ x 63´ 36´ x 22´ 36´ x 20´ 36´ x 22´ 36´ x 42´ 36´ x 42´ 22´ x 24´ 22´ x 28´ 29´ x 50´ —

7,176 2,415 2,415 2,415 1,225 1,225 4,830 4,830 1,440 2,268 792 720 792 1,512 1,512 528 616 1,450 38,161

18´ 18´ 18´ 18´ 18´ 18´ 18´ 18´ 8´ 8´ 8´ 8´ 8´ 8´ 8´ 9´ 9´ 9´ —

100 total

|

Theater

classroom

Banquet

900 450 540 280 150 180 340 150 180 280 150 180 120 75 90 120 75 90 560 300 360 560 300 360 180 72 100 250 120 150 90 45 60 86 45 60 90 45 60 160 72 100 160 72 100 Conference seating for 16 Conference seating for 18 140 48 80 — — —

24 suites

These are maximum sets. Staging and audiovisual equipment, especially rear-screen projection, will reduce square footage.

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Downtown hotels

PORTLAND MARRIOTT DOWNTOWN WATERFRONT 1401 S.W. Naito Parkway, Portland, OR 97201 503.226.7600 portlandmarriott.com

Steps from downtown, along the banks of the Willamette River, meaningful connections are made. Versatile, inspiring meeting rooms help to create high-impact meetings in a highenergy environment — all surrounded by the unique vibe of the Pacific Northwest’s most colorful city. With convenient access to world-class dining, shopping and cultural attractions, the Portland Marriott Downtown Waterfront is the natural choice for your next Northwest meeting. In 2015, the hotel will boast completely renovated guestrooms and new 24-hour M Club Lounge. Hotel features: · Red Coat Direct providing meeting requests at your fingertips (learn more at meetingservicesapp.com) · 32 meeting rooms · 44,000 square feet of total event space · Exhibit Hall with over 15,550 square feet

AMENITIES

Room Count

|

506 total

|

6 suites

Airport Shuttle Bus Parking

}

Business Services

}

Golf Indoor Pool Max Light Rail

}

Outdoor Pool

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Room Name

Suggested Seating Capacity Dim.

Sq. feet

104´ x 136´

14,144

16´

2,000

1,000

Salon A or G

29´ x 32´

928

14´

90

52

60

Salon B, C or H

21´ x 29´

609

14´

60

40

40

Oregon Ballroom

Salon D Salon E or F

Height

Theater

classroom

Banquet

1,180

29´ x 30´

870

14´

90

52

60

39´ x 104´

4,056

16´

500

272

270

Phone Dataport

Salon 1

29´ x 51´

1,479

14´

192

85

110

Portland Streetcar

Medford

23´ x 21´

483

10´

50

32

30

Restaurant On-site

Salem

19´ x 21´

399

10´

42

28

30

Portland & Eugene

22´ x 27´

594

10´

60

39

40

Columbia

24´ x 40´

928

10´

90

56

60

}

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FACILITIES CHART

} }

Spa Wheelchair Accessible

}

Wireless Internet

}

Willamette Mt. Hood

17´ x 26´

442

10´

28

24

30

25´ x 48´

1,780

10´

200

100

160

Meadowlark or Douglas Fir

15´ x 23´

340

50

24

30

Salmon

20´ x 25´

500

10´

46

24

30

Sunstone

20´ x 23´

458

46

25

30

135´ x 115´

15,550

10´

Hawthorne, Belmont & Laurelhurst

14´ x 24´

336

10´

40

21

24

Pearl

22´ x 36´

792

10´

80

40

50

Exhibit Hall

106 8´x10´ booths, 69 10´x10´ booths


EMBASSY SUITES PORTLAND – DOWNTOWN

The Embassy Suites Portland – Downtown, originally built in 1912 as the Multnomah Hotel, has been restored to its original grandeur as one of the city’s great historic landmarks. This hotel features 276 suites, more than 12,000 square feet of flexible meeting space, cooked-to-order breakfast, an evening reception, an indoor pool, 42-inch flat-screen HD televisions and a Precor-equipped exercise facility. The central location is an easy walk to downtown Portland’s shops, restaurants and performing arts venues. The Oregon Convention Center is only minutes away via MAX, Portland’s light rail system.

DOWNTOWN HOTELS

319 S.W. Pine St., Portland, OR 97204 503.279.9000 | 800.643.7892 | fax 503.497.9051 pdxps_ds@hilton.com | embassyportland.com

AMENITIES

Airport Shuttle Bus Parking } Business Services Golf } Indoor Pool } MAX Light Rail Outdoor Pool } Phone Dataport Portland Streetcar } Restaurant On-site Spa } Wheelchair Accessible } Wireless Internet

FACILITIES CHART

Suggested Seating Capacity HEIGHT

THEATER

CLASSROOM

BANQUET

Queen Marie Ballroom

ROOM NAME

56´ x 40´

2,240

19´7˝–20´8˝

250

120

150

Queen Marie Reception

37´ x 18´

666

9´–11´

66

40

50

59´x 43´+23´

2,905

9´9˝–11´

300

144

220 60

Col. Lindbergh Room

DIM.

SQ. FEET

Col. Lindbergh Reception

40´ x 21´

840

9´–11´

88

48

Fireside Room

39´ x 27´

1,053

12´6˝–13´7˝

88

48

70

Gevurtz Ceremonial Room

36´ x 24´

864

12´6˝–13´7˝

88

40

60

Six lobby-level conference rooms available

32´ x 21´

672

8´–9´10˝

60

28

40

Skyline Terrace (outdoor venue)

80´ x 70´

5,000

250

THE HEATHMAN HOTEL 1001 S.W. Broadway, Portland, OR 97205 503.241.4100 | fax 503.790.7110 frahm@heathmanhotel.com | heathmanportland.com

AMENITIES Airport Shuttle Bus Parking } Business Services Golf Indoor Pool } MAX Light Rail Outdoor Pool } Phone Dataport } Portland Streetcar } Restaurant On-site Spa } Wheelchair Accessible } Wireless Internet

FACILITIES CHART ROOM NAME

St. Johns Fremont Morrison Hawthorne Sellwood Fremont & Morrison Broadway Symphony Broadway & Symphony Opus Broadway/Symphony/Opus

Suggested Seating Capacity DIM.

SQ. FEET

HEIGHT

13´ x 25´ 16´ x 24´ 16´ x 24´ 16´ x 12´ 16´ x 36´ 16´ x 48´ 29´ x 40´ 16´ x 26´ 45´ x 40´ 14´ x 26´ 59´ x 40´

325 384 384 192 576 768 1,160 448 1,608 364 1,972

9´ 9´ 9´ 9´ 9´ 9´ 11´ 11´ 11´ 11´ 11´

THEATER

CLASSROOM

BANQUET

Conference seating for 14 30 18 30 30 18 30 — — 10 50 24 40 80 50 60 100 50 100 25 18 30 125 60 130 — — 20 Reception space for 150

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Perfect for presentations and celebrations, The Heathman Hotel is a landmark of distinction, located in the heart of Portland’s financial, cultural and shopping districts, adjacent to Portland’5 Centers for the Arts and mere steps from wherever you want to be downtown. The hotel’s eight private dining rooms provide award-winning food and excellent service for all of your meeting and private dining needs. The Heathman Hotel: “Where service is still an art.”

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hotel deluxe

downtown hotels

729 S.W. 15th Ave., Portland, OR 97205 503.419.1611 | 866.895.2094 | fax 503.219.2095 sales@hoteldeluxe.com | hoteldeluxeportland.com Hotel deLuxe showcases Hollywood’s “Golden Era.” Elegant meetings are complemented by an attentive staff, unique services and state-of-the-art technology to ensure that every event is memorable. Two rooms offer floor-toceiling windows and wired/wireless Internet. The Screening Room is available for business meetings or banquets for up to 80 people.

AMENITIES Airport Shuttle } Bus Parking } Business Services Golf Indoor Pool } Max Light Rail Outdoor Pool } Phone Dataport Portland Streetcar } Restaurant On-site Spa } Wheelchair Accessible } Wireless Internet

Room Count

|

130 total

|

14 suites

FACILITIES CHART

Suggested Seating Capacity

Room Name

Dim.

Sq. feet

Height

Theater

classroom

31´ x 40´

1,163

13´4˝

100

48

80

The Green Room

21´ x 16´

336

11´11˝

25

18

30

The Editing Room

21´ x 13´

273

10´5˝

25

15

24

3,200

420

200-250

The Screening Room

Rooftop Terrace

Banquet

hotel lucia

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400 S.W. Broadway, Portland, OR 97205 503.419.1611 | 877.225.1717 | fax 503.205.2051 sales@hotellucia.com | hotelluciaportland.com

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Nestled in the heart of downtown Portland, the newly renovated Hotel Lucia is a boutique hotel and a nontraditional art gallery where modern design interplays gracefully with hundreds of original photographs by Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer David Hume Kennerly. Guests enjoy personalized service and lavish hotel amenities that have earned the Hotel Lucia a spot among the world’s best hotels.

AMENITIES Airport Shuttle Bus Parking Business Services Golf Indoor Pool } Max Light Rail Outdoor Pool Phone Dataport } Portland Streetcar } Restaurant On-site Spa } Wheelchair Accessible } Wireless Internet

Room Count

|

127 total

|

8 suites

FACILITIES CHART Room Name

Suggested Seating Capacity Dim.

Sq. feet

Theater

classroom

31´ x 28´

870

65

24

50

34´ x 34´

1,160

10´

110

40

64

The Salerno

28´ x 18´

472

Portland Penny Diner

28´—18´

The Genoa The Monterosso

Height

Banquet

Boardroom seats 16 —

36


Hotel Monaco portland

downtown hotels

506 S.W. Washington St., Portland, OR 97204 503.222.0001 | 800.711.2971 | fax 503.222.0004 monaco-portland.com The Green Seal Silver certified Hotel Monaco Portland offers an ideal location and a beautiful sense of style for your next meeting or social event, with more than 8,000 square feet of flexible meeting space.

AMENITIES Airport Shuttle } Bus Parking } Business Services Golf Indoor Pool } Max Light Rail Outdoor Pool } Phone Dataport Portland Streetcar } Restaurant On-site } Spa } Wheelchair Accessible } Wireless Internet

Room Count

|

221 total

|

135 suites

FACILITIES CHART

Suggested Seating Capacity

Room Name

Dim.

Club Room Combined

Sq. feet

Height

Theater

classroom

Banquet

1,324

10´–14´

48

36

92

Alder Creek

83´ x 28´

2,324

10´6˝

170

110

130

100

110

105

Lipman & Wolfe

67´ x 28´

1,876

10´6˝

Wendel Boardroom

14´ x 27´

378

10´6˝

5th Avenue Ballroom

83´ x 28´

2,324

10´6˝

Conference seating for 16 200

130

150

Hotel Vintage pORTLAND 422 S.W. Broadway, Portland, OR 97205 503.228.1212 | 800.243.0555 | fax 503.228.3598 hotelvintage-portland.com

AMENITIES Airport Shuttle Bus Parking } Business Services Golf Indoor Pool } Max Light Rail Outdoor Pool Phone Dataport Portland Streetcar } Restaurant On-site Spa } Wheelchair Accessible } Wireless Internet

Room Count

|

117 total

|

32 suites

FACILITIES CHART Room Name

Suggested Seating Capacity Dim.

Sq. feet

Height

Theater

classroom

Banquet

Pinot Blanc

80´ x 20´

1,818

200

110

150

Pinot Blanc A

40´ x 20´

906

80

36

60

Pinot Blanc B

40´ x 20´

906

80

36

60

1,072

10´

24 24

Pinor Noir Game Lounge Pinot Noir

21´ x 19´

394

10´

30

10

Game Lounge

26´ x 27´

678

10´

Wine Cellar

20´ x 56´

1,093

120

40

63

Pinot Gris

14´ x 17´

240

12

16

Wine Press

25´x 13´

328

14

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Set in a beautiful historic building, the recently updated Hotel Vintage Portland is a luxury boutique hotel in the center of downtown Portland. The Hotel Vintage Portland, previously recognized by Travel + Leisure as one of the world’s best hotels, pays tribute to the surrounding Oregon wine country by dedicating the guest rooms to local wineries and vineyards.

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Portland Marriott city center on broadway

downtown hotels

520 S.W. Broadway, Portland, OR 97205 503.552.2208 | fax 503.552.2258 marcela.lorino@ihrco.com | marriottportland.com This boutique-style hotel is located near the most popular downtown attractions. Guests will enjoy the Revive Bed Experience and large workout room. This Green Seal-certified hotel features a newly transformed meeting space with large foyer areas and floor-to-ceiling windows located on the same floor as the business center, convention services and banquet office.

AMENITIES Airport Shuttle Bus Parking } Business Services Golf Indoor Pool } Max Light Rail Outdoor Pool } Phone Dataport } Portland Streetcar } Restaurant On-site Spa } Wheelchair Accessible } Wireless Internet

Room Count

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249 total

|

52 suites

}

FACILITIES CHART

Suggested Seating Capacity

Room Name

Dim.

Sq. feet

Height

Theater

classroom

Banquet

River Ballroom

74´ x 24´

1,776

11´

145

80

110

Willamette

24´ x 24´

576

11´

35

20

30

Columbia

24´ x 24´

576

11´

45

25

40

McKenzie

26´ x 24´

624

11´

45

30

40

Deschutes

25´ x 22´

550

11´

45

25

40

Rogue

21´ x 25´

525

11´

45

25

40

Salmon

17´ x 28´

476

11´

24´ x 19´6˝

396

11´

The Winery

Conference seating for 14 —

32

the paramoUnt hotel

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808 S.W. Taylor St., Portland, OR 97205 503.223.9900 | fax 503.223.7900 info@portlandparamount.com | portlandparamount.com

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The Paramount Hotel is located in the heart of downtown Portland, with Director Park as its front yard. Steps away, you’ll find tax-free shopping at Nordstrom, Pioneer Place and Powell’s Books; culture at the Portland Art Museum and Portland’5 Centers for the Arts; and countless restaurants and food carts. MAX light rail and the Portland Streetcar provide connections to the Moda Center, the Oregon Convention Center, the Pearl District, Union Station and Portland International Airport.

amenities Airport Shuttle Bus Parking } Business Services golf Indoor Pool } mAx Light Rail Outdoor Pool Phone Dataport } Portland Streetcar } Restaurant On-site Spa } Wheelchair Accessible } Wireless Internet

ROOm COuNT

154 total

|

|

2 suites

FACILITIES CHART ROOm NAmE

Suggested Seating Capacity DIm.

Sq. FEET

HEIgHT

THEATER

CLASSROOm

Lewis

26´ x 25´

650

7´6”

60

30

40

Clark

26´ x 25´

650

7´6”

60

30

40

1,950

7´6”

mezzanine

BANquET


residence inn by marriott portland downtown at riverplace

downtown hotels

2115 S.W. River Parkway, Portland, OR 97201 503.552.9500 | 800.331.3131 | fax 503.552.9600 rpreservations@innventures.com | www.marriott.com/pdxri Residence Inn by Marriott Portland Downtown at RiverPlace, located on the banks of the Willamette River, is steps away from Portland’s downtown businesses and attractions. The hotel’s beautiful, functional meeting space is ideal for meetings of 10 to 100 people.

FACILITIES CHART

Suggested Seating Capacity

Room Name

Dim.

Sq. feet

Theater

Broadway

38´ x 22´

923

100

classroom

48

Banquet

72

Hawthorne

22´ x 20´

440

30

15

24

Morrison

28´ x 22´

616

40

27

32

Fremont

24´ x 28´

672

50

30

40

Sellwood

22´ x 17´

374

Conference seating for 12

RIVERPLACE HOTEL 1510 S.W. Harbor Way, Portland, OR 97201 503.228.3233 | 800.227.1333 | fax 503.295.6190 sales@riverplacehotel.com | riverplacehotel.com

AMENITIES Airport Shuttle Bus Parking } Business Services Golf } Indoor Pool MAX Light Rail Outdoor Pool } Phone Dataport } Portland Streetcar } Restaurant On-site } Spa } Wheelchair Accessible } Wireless Internet

Room Count

|

84 total

|

47 suites

FACILITIES CHART Room Name

Suggested Seating Capacity Dim.

Sq. feet

Height

Theater

McCall

54´ x 34´

1,836

11.5´

150

85

120

Eliot/Marquam

22´ x 38´

836

11.5´

65

40

60

Marquam

22´ x 17´

374

11.5´

20

12

20

Eliot

22´ x 21´

462

11.5´

35

16

30 200

Banquet Room Total

classroom

Banquet

2,762

11.5´

260

135

Prefunction Lobby

64´ x 16´

1,024

15´

Total Banquet Space

3,696

Private Dining Room

26´ x 17´

442

11.5´

20

15

24

Riverview Courtyard

50´ x 40´

1,840

150

70

1,118

The Grand Suite

10´

Conference seating for up to 10

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RiverPlace Hotel showcases the beauty and spirit of the Pacific Northwest. Located on the banks of the Willamette River, RiverPlace is removed from the noise of the city, while still just a quick walk from the heart of downtown. The hotel provides award-winning service and is home to the waterfront Three Degrees Restaurant.

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Sentinel

downtown hotels

614 S.W. 11th Ave., Portland, OR 97205 503.419.1611 | 888.246.5631 | fax 503.224.9426 sales@sentinelhotel.com | sentinelhotel.com One of Portland’s most storied hotels, Sentinel celebrates the visionaries and innovators whose passion has impacted culture and history. From science, music and fashion to sports and human rights, Sentinel’s art collection captures the makers and doers of our time. Ideally located in the heart of Portland’s city center, Sentinel provides guests with a uniquely local experience through lavish amenities, personalized service and inspiring accommodations.

AMENITIES Airport Shuttle Bus Parking } Business Services Golf Indoor Pool } Max Light Rail Outdoor Pool } Phone Dataport } Portland Streetcar } Restaurant On-site Spa } Wheelchair Accessible } Wireless Internet

Room Count

|

100 total

|

24 suites

FACILITIES CHART

Suggested Seating Capacity Dim.

Sq. feet

Height

Theater

classroom

Governor Ballroom

Room Name

78´ x 83´

6,474

35´

600

336

Banquet

550

Grand Ballroom

66´ x 76´

5,016

18´6˝

500

312

420

Renaissance Room

120

24´ x 76´

1,824

22´

180

80

Fireside Room

19´ x 18´

342

20´

30

12

30

Vault Room

21´ x 26´

546

20´

50

24

40

Library Room

41´ x 41´

1,681

20´

150

80

100

Billiard Room

33´ x 68´

2,244

20´

180

84

160

Card Room

22´ x 41´

902

20´

80

48

60

Lodge Room

17´ x 22´

374

20´

40

24

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the Westin portland

meetings.travelportland.com

750 S.W. Alder St., Portland, OR 97205 888.627.8401 | 503.294.9000 | fax 503.241.9565 portland.sales@westin.com | westinportland.com

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In the heart of downtown, The Westin offers modern and luxurious accommodations perfectly appointed for all of Portland’s travelers. Guestrooms feature the signature Heavenly Bed, Heavenly Bath, 42-inch LCD TVs and custom furnishings. The intimate event rooms are all on the same floor and feature floor-to-ceiling windows and original artwork.

AMENITIES Airport Shuttle }Bus Parking } Business Services Golf Indoor Pool } Max Light Rail Outdoor Pool } Phone Dataport } Portland Streetcar } Restaurant On-site Spa } Wheelchair Accessible } Wireless Internet

Room Count

|

205 total

|

17 suites

FACILITIES CHART Room Name

Suggested Seating Capacity Dim.

Sq. feet

Alder Ballroom

53´ x 24´

1,282

12´

East

27´ x 24´

660

12´

West

26´ x 24´

624

The Park Room

27´ x 21´

The Boardroom

12´ x 19´ 23´ x 22´

Private dining room

Height

Theater

classroom

Banquet

120

72

100

60

36

50

12´

60

36

40

550

12´

50

30

40

228

12´

506

12´

Conference seating for 10 —

20

30


Courtyard by Marriott

Portland Downtown/convention center

Lloyd District hotels

435 N.E. Wasco St., Portland, OR 97232 503.234.3200 | fax 503.234.1836 cy.pdxcl.gm@marriott.com | marriott.com/pdxcl

This full-service Courtyard by Marriott is everything but typical. Enjoy the bells and whistles of a full-service hotel with the personal experience you expect from a Courtyard, all within walking distance of the Oregon Convention Center. A full main floor renovation and lobby reinvention, including a restaurant and bar, meeting space and recreational areas, opened in April 2012. Enjoy a high-end, high-tech open-livingroom atmosphere, allowing guests flexibility to customize lobby space to meet their needs. The Courtyard Portland Downtown/Convention Center features 3,111 total square feet of meeting space in five meeting and event rooms. There are seven additional flexible meeting and event areas throughout the hotel including the City Veranda, Fireside Terrace, Elements, Pearl Annex and Charley’s Alcove. The Pearl Room, the hotel's largest event space, is available to accommodate up to 144 guests, reception-style.

AMENITIES

Room Count

|

202 total

|

7 suites

Bus Parking

}

Business Services

}

Golf Indoor Pool

}

Max Light Rail

}

FACILITIES CHART Room Name

Suggested Seating Capacity Dim.

Sq. feet

Height

Theater

classroom

Banquet

48´5˝ x 26´5˝

1,279

11´

144

87

104

69´ x 6´10˝

472

12´

Hawthorne Room

39´6.5˝ x 18´9˝

738

80

48

56

Broadway Room

The Pearl Pearl Annex

26´8.5˝ x 18´9˝

486

48

30

40

Fremont Foyer

15´ x 14´9˝

221

11´

Phone Dataport

Belmont Boardroom

26´ x 22´3˝

400

Portland Streetcar

Lloyd Boardroom

13´5˝ x 15´6.5˝

208

Restaurant On-site

Charley’s

64´9˝ x 30´3˝

1,560

12´

120

Outdoor Pool } } }

Spa Wheelchair Accessible

}

Wireless Internet

}

Charley’s Alcove

16´9˝ x 10´9˝

180

12´

City Veranda

41´ x 25´9˝

840

outdoors

64

Fireside Terrace

40´8˝ x 19´

773

outdoors

77´ x 15´

1,155

outdoors

64

Elements

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crowne plaza

downtown/convention center

Lloyd District hotels

1441 N.E. Second Ave., Portland, OR 97232 503.233.2401 | fax 503.233.0498 sales@cpportland.com | cpportland.com

Imagine a luxury hotel that embodies the spirit of the Pacific Northwest’s most progressive city. The Crowne Plaza Portland is redefining the upscale hospitality experience with an unwavering commitment to sustainability, a unique range of amenities and an innovative approach to delivering the highest standards of comfort for guests. Located just steps from the Oregon Convention Center and the Moda Center, within a world-class network of rapid transit, the Crowne Plaza Portland is your home base for exploring the city’s countless cultural treasures. This is the only central city hotel with both airport and local area shuttles! The hotel also offers a fleet of guest bicycles, so you won’t have any trouble getting around. Inside your elegant guestroom, you’ll find luxury-class amenities, including a refrigerator and microwave, along with breathtaking views of the City of Roses. There are also flexible ballrooms and pre-function space for up to 400 guests.

This property meets the Green Seal™ Environmental Standard for Lodging Properties for waste minimization, water and energy efficiency, hazardous substances handling, and environmentally responsible purchasing.

AMENITIES

Room Count

|

241 total

|

2 suites

Airport Shuttle

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Bus Parking

FACILITIES CHART

Business Services

Room Name

} }

Golf Indoor Pool

}

Max Light Rail

}

Outdoor Pool

Sq. feet

Height

Theater

classroom

Banquet

Windsor Ballroom

37´ x 72´

2,644

10´

300

150

180

Windsor A

20´ x 37´

740

10´

80

40

40

Windsor B

20´ x 37´

740

10´

80

40

40

Room Windsor C Count Cambridge

|

100 total 1,184 |

32´ x 37´

24 10´ suites 140

70

70

18´ x 26´

468

60

25

30 370

Phone Dataport

Belmont Grand Ballroom

60´ x 94´

5,640

16´

680

340

Portland Streetcar

Belmont A

34´ x 60´

2,040

16´

250

120

130

Restaurant On-site

Belmont B

31´ x 60´

1,860

16´

220

110

100

Belmont C

30´ x 60´

1,800

16´

220

110

100

Boardroom A

30´ x 12´

360

10´

Conference seating for 20

Boardroom B

14´ x 19´

277

Conference seating for 12

} } }

Spa Wheelchair Accessible

}

Wireless Internet

}

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Suggested Seating Capacity Dim.


Doubletree by hilton Portland Lloyd District hotels

1000 N.E. Multnomah St., Portland, OR 97232 503.331.4900 | fax 503.249.3137 Monica Pea, Director of Sales & Marketing mpea@portlanddoubletree.com doubletreeportland.com Portland’s premier convention hotel offers more than 44,000 square feet of flexible meeting space, including the 8,500-square-foot Executive Meeting Center, the only facility of its kind in Portland. The hotel is conveniently located within a short walk of the Oregon Convention Center. It is directly adjacent to the MAX light rail line, and a short walk to the streetcar, providing easy access to many of Portland’s attractions. This hotel is also across the street from Lloyd Center mall, Oregon’s largest shopping center. Guestrooms and suites provide striking views of Mount Hood and the city skyline. Two restaurants and a bar offer a variety of dining options. Guests also enjoy the outdoor pool, exercise room, business center and ample on-site parking. The DoubleTree by Hilton Portland employs sustainability practices wherever possible and was the first Green Sealcertified hotel in Oregon. The hotel is committed to observing responsible environmental business practices. Hospitable – Sustainable – Responsible.

AMENITIES

Room Count

|

477 total

|

17 suites

Airport Shuttle

FACILITIES CHART

Business Services

Room Name

}

Golf Indoor Pool Max Light Rail

}

Suggested Seating Capacity Dim.

Sq. feet

Height

Theater

classroom

Banquet

Lloyd Center Ballroom (5)*

177´ x 62´

9,275

10´

1,000

525

700

Willamette Ballroom (4)*

100´ x 32´

3,021

10´

280

170

240

Cascade Ballroom (4)*

108´ x 51´

5,053

11´

500

320

370

Pacific NW Ballroom (3)*

57´ x 65´

3,473

10´

380

220

250

19´ x 16´

308

12

143´ x 127´

17,239

Outdoor Pool

Portland Room

Phone Dataport

Exhibit Hall

Portland Streetcar

Executive Meeting Center

Restaurant On-site

Washington

22´ x 37´

803

24

Adams/Jefferson (2)*

40´ x 51´

1,838

82

Roosevelt

21´ x 48´

976

42

Hamilton

32´ x 21´

653

22

Madison

21´ x 22´

470

18

Lincoln

21´ x 22´

470

18

Grant

19´ x 23´

425

16

Jackson

24´ x 32´

671

24

} } } }

Spa Wheelchair Accessible

}

Wireless Internet

}

87-120 8´x10´ booths

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Bus Parking

}

*Dividable space

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red lion hotel

jantzen beach hotels

on the river – jantzen beach 909 N. Hayden Island Drive, Portland, OR 97217 503.283.4466 | 800.733.5466 | fax 503.283.4743 info@redlionontheriver.com redlionontheriver.com Give your next meeting a new point of view. The Red Lion Hotel on the River is just minutes away from downtown and the airport, but amid the finest scenery the Northwest has to offer. Giant picture windows in the ballrooms will give your meeting a decidedly different feel. Spectacular views of Mount Hood, the Columbia River and Mount St. Helens frame your meeting and provide an unparalleled backdrop for any event. The Red Lion Hotel on the River’s flexible meeting space, including the pillar-free, 18,000-square-foot Grand Ballroom, will complement any event, from the largest production to an intimate board meeting. Afterward, a boat dock just outside will become your springboard to activity. Take a river cruise and hear the history of Lewis and Clark. Plan a poolside salmon bake. Explore downtown via MAX light rail. It’s a short stroll to tax-free shopping — or just relax on your private balcony and watch the sun set over the mighty Columbia River.

AMENITIES

Room Count

|

320 total

|

24 suites

Airport Shuttle

}

Bus Parking

} }

Room Name

Golf

Grand Ballroom

Dim.

Sq. feet

Height

Theater

classroom

Banquet

18,000

16´

2,008

1,300

1,500

Indoor Pool

Salon 1 East

60´ x 60´

3,540

16´

406

228

240

MAX Light Rail

Salon 2 West

Room Count Salon 3 West

60´ x 60´

3,540

16´

406

228

240

228

240

60´ x 60´

3,540

16´

406

228

240

144´ x 54´

7,760

13´

1,050

450

700

Multnomah

60´ x 60´

1,194

13´

220

108

170

Clackamas

60´ x 60´

1,194

13´

220

108

170

Outdoor Pool

}

Phone Dataport

}

Portland Streetcar Restaurant On-site

}

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Suggested Seating Capacity 120´ x 150´

Business Services

3 6

FACILITIES CHART

Spa

Salon 4 East Mt. St. Helens Ballroom

|

100 total | 60´ x 60´ 3,540

2416´ suites 406

Clark

60´ x 60´

1,194

13´

220

108

170

Wheelchair Accessible

Washington

60´ x 60´

1,194

13´

220

108

170

Hayden

54´ x 42´

2,142

12´

180

80

Wireless Internet

Jantzen

26´ x 16´

416

50

20

White Stag

26´ x 16´

416

50

20

}

}

Pendleton

26´ x 16´

416

50

20

Timberline

36´ x 61´

2,196

240

112

170

Crown Zellerbach

36´ x 30´

1,080

112

60

80

Weyerhaeuser

36´ x 30´

1,080

112

60

80

Flanders

28´ x 20´

560

55

20

35

Glisan

45´ x 30´

1,350

90

60

90

Overton

45´ x 30´

1,350

90

60

90

Lovejoy

28´ x 20´

560

55

20

35

Pettygrove

33´ x 33´

1,089

70

40


Courtyard by Marriott Portland NORTH HARBOUR

jantzen beach hotels

1231 N. Anchor Way, Portland, OR 97217 503.735.1818 | 888.236.2427 | fax 503.735.0888 nichole.cooper@marriott.com | marriott.com/pdxnh The Courtyard by Marriott Portland North Harbour is located on the Columbia River, just minutes from downtown Portland and Portland International Airport. In the heart of Portland’s favorite recreational areas, the convenient location is ideal for business or pleasure. The hotel has 133 spacious guest rooms, as well as the Courtyard Cafe & Lounge, which offers innovative cuisine and beverages overlooking the Columbia River.

AMENITIES Airport Shuttle Bus Parking } Business Services Golf } Indoor Pool Max Light Rail Outdoor Pool Phone Dataport Portland Streetcar } Restaurant On-site Spa } Wheelchair Accessible } Wireless Internet

Room Count

133 total

|

}

}

FACILITIES CHART

Suggested Seating Capacity

Room Name

Dim.

Sq. feet

Columbia

34´ x 32´

1,082

Boardroom

36´ x 12´

Conference Room

19´ x 13´ 120´ x 100´

10,000

Riverside Verandah (outdoors)

Height

Theater

classroom

Banquet

8´10˝

80

40

60

312

8´6˝

20

20

247

8´ —

Conference seating for 14 —

400

River’s Edge Hotel & Spa

Idyllically situated on the bank of the Willamette River, the environmentally friendly, 99-room boutique River’s Edge Hotel & Spa is a vital component of Portland’s South Waterfront District. This emerging mixed-use neighborhood integrates alternative transportation, parks and trails, green building practices, retail, arts and restaurants. Among the deluxe hotel’s valued amenities is The Spa at River’s Edge, a luxurious two-level, 13,000-square-foot full-service spa, salon and fitness center. To delight the palate, there’s Aquariva restaurant and bar — the dramatic, contemporary, riverside dining space featuring outdoor seating at river’s edge.

AMENITIES Airport Shuttle Bus Parking } Business Services Golf Indoor Pool Max Light Rail Outdoor Pool } Phone Dataport } Portland Streetcar } Restaurant On-site } Spa } Wheelchair Accessible } Wireless Internet

Room Count

|

99 total

|

18 suites

FACILITIES CHART Room Name

Suggested Seating Capacity Dim.

Sq. feet

Height

Theater

classroom

Banquet

120

Bella Vista/Sophia

53´ x 35´

1,787

10-11´

150

60

Bella Vista

30´ x 35´

1,050

11´

70

35

50

Sophia

23´ x 31´

737

10´

40

25

40

Isabella

16´ x 31´

504

18

40

Upper dining room (Aquariva) Private dining room (Aquariva)

8

South patio (Aquariva)

24

17´ x 23´

388

10´

Boardroom

meetings.travelportland.com

0455 S.W. Hamilton Court, Portland, OR 97239 503.802.5801 | fax 503.802.5830 sales@riversedgehotel.com | riversedgehotel.com

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Airport hotels

embassy suites portland airport 7900 N.E. 82nd Ave., Portland, OR 97220 503.460.3000 | fax 503.460.3030 pdxes_ds@hilton.com portlandairport.embassysuites.com

Embassy Suites’ two-room suites are the perfect place to relax. With separate living and sleeping areas, full-size sofa beds and large, well-lighted work tables, each suite provides guests with two telephones with voice mail and computer dataports, two televisions, an iron and ironing board, a microwave oven, a refrigerator and a coffeemaker. The hotel offers more than 14,000 square feet of flexible meeting space, including an 8,450-square-foot ballroom that accommodates banquets for up to 550 guests and easily divides into seven rooms. In addition, the hotel has six executive boardrooms. Guests begin each day with a complimentary cooked-toorder breakfast. For lunch, dinner or cocktails, Waters Bar & Grille is on-site. Guests can also unwind at the evening manager’s reception offering beverages and light snacks. The hotel also has an exercise room, sauna, sun deck, indoor pool, business center, gift shop, free parking and complimentary 24-hour airport transportation.

PINE II

SPRUCE

PINE I

AMENITIES

Room Count

|

FIR III

CEDARS III

FIR II

CEDARS II

FIR I

CEDARS I

OAK

251 suites

Airport Shuttle

}

Bus Parking

Business Services

}

Golf Indoor Pool

}

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MAX Light Rail

38

Outdoor Pool

FACILITIES CHART

Suggested Seating Capacity

Room Name

Dim.

Sq. feet

Height

Theater

classroom

Banquet

65´ x 130´

8,450

16´

900

500

550

Pine Room I

22´ x 32´

704

16´

40

30

50

Pine Room II

43´ x 32´

1,367

16´

140

60

80

120

160

Portland Grand Ballroom

Room The Pines Count

|

100 total 2,080 |

65´ x 32´

24 16´ suites 150

Spruce Room

65´ x 33´

2,145

16´

220

120

160

}

Oak Room

65´ x 33´

2,145

16´

220

120

160

Portland Streetcar

Fir Room I or II

22´ x 32´

704

16´

40

24

50

Fir Room III

21´ x 32´

672

16´

40

24

50

The Firs

65´ x 32´

2,080

16´

150

120

160

Cedars Room I or II

22´ x 32´

704

12´

40

30

50

Cedars Room III

21´ x 32´

704

12´

40

30

50

The Cedars

65´ x 32´

2,080

12´

150

120

160

Dogwood Boardroom

20´ x 16´

320

10´

Willow Boardroom

20´ x 16´

320

10´

Birch Boardroom

17´ x 18´

290

10´

Juniper Boardroom

18´ x 14´

252

Boardroom seating for 10

Phone Dataport

Restaurant On-site

}

Spa Wheelchair Accessible

}

Wireless Internet

}

Boardroom seating for 12 Boardroom seating for 12 15

10

Aspen Boardroom

13´ x 9´

117

Boardroom seating for 4

Alder Boardroom

16´ x 12´

192

10´

Boardroom seating for 8

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sheraton portland airport hotel

8235 N.E. Airport Way, Portland, OR 97220 Airport hotels

503.281.2500 | 800.325.3535 | fax 503.249.7602 adarby@sheratonpdx.com | sheraton.com/portland For over 40 years, the Sheraton Portland Airport Hotel has remained an icon for travelers and meeting planners in the Northwest. Following an $8.5 million revitalization, it now shines brighter than ever. The Sheraton offers 22,500 square feet of divided and flexible meeting space that can accommodate groups up to 500 people. A sense of welcome greets you in the large, inviting lobby, which features a coffee shop to grab that cup of joe on your way to the airport and the Columbia Grill & Bar, where you can meet for a quick one-on-one with the Portland client for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Ample parking, complimentary airport shuttles, a mineral pool and spa, and 213 smokefree guestrooms are just a few of the great amenities at the Sheraton. The tenured staff is here to continue to make your meetings memorable for years to come.

AMENITIES

Room Count

|

213 total

|

9 suites

Airport Shuttle

}

FACILITIES CHART

Business Services

Room Name

}

Suggested Seating Capacity Dim.

Sq. feet

90´ x 56´

5,040

21´ x 11´

2,331

Mt. St. Helens Ballroom

96´ x 46´

}

Mt. St. Helens Foyer

Portland Streetcar

Golf Indoor Pool

}

MAX Light Rail

Outdoor Pool Phone Dataport Restaurant On-site

}

Spa Wheelchair Accessible

}

Wireless Internet

}

Height

Theater

classroom

Banquet

14´

700

325

510

14´

­—

4,416

12´

600

288

400

23´ x 78´

1,854

12´

Cascade Ballroom

69´ x 27´

1,863

12´

250

110

180

Cascade Foyer

15´ x 60´

900

Garden Ballroom

69´ x 25´

1,725

10´

200

96

120

Garden Foyer

20´ x 62´

1,271

10´

130

PDX Room

29´ x 25´

725

Mt. Adams Ballroom

60´ x 43´

2,580

14´

300

144

200

Mt. Adams Foyer

20´ x 43´

860

10´

30

Mt. Hood Ballroom

Room Count Mt. Hood Foyer

|

100 total

|

24 suites

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}

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holiday inn portland airport

Airport hotels

8439 N.E. Columbia Blvd., Portland, OR 97220 503.256.5000 | fax 503.256.5631 kristen.goeman@jqh.com | hiportlandairport.com Newly renovated and located just minutes from the airport (free 24-hour airport shuttle service provided) and 15 minutes from Portland’s downtown business and entertainment districts, the Holiday Inn Portland Airport is the ideal site for your next meeting. An indoor saltwater swimming pool and fitness center are on-site.

Room Count

|

284 total

29 suites

|

FACILITIES CHART Room Name

Suggested Seating Capacity Dim.

Sq. feet

Height

Theater

classroom

Banquet

Falls Ballroom

112´ x 56´

6,272

12´

600

320

420

Bridal Veil

28´ x 56´

1,568

12´

150

80

90

Latourell

28´ x 56´

1,568

12´

150

80

90

Multnomah

28´ x 56´

1,568

12´

150

80

90

28´ x 56´ 40´ x 20´ 24´ x 20´ 24´ x 20´ 18´ x 11´ 56´ x 22´ 166´ x 188´

1,568 800 460 460 198 1,232 15,500

12´ 10´ 8´ 8´ 8´ 10´ 14´

150 75 40 40 — 125 1,420

80 44 21 21 — 55 760

90 50 30 30 — 60 1,060

Wahkeena Mt. Adams Mt. Hood Mt. St. Helens Hammons Boardroom Mt. Bachelor Columbia Conference Center

The Allison Inn & Spa

meetings.travelportland.com

2525 Allison Lane, Newberg, OR 97132 503.554.2525 theallison.com

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Placed on 35 hillside acres in the Willamette Valley wine region, The Allison Inn is Oregon’s premier destination resort. Just 45 minutes from Portland, this luxury property offers the quintessential wine country experience, with 200 wineries within a 20-minute drive. The Allison Spa boasts 12 treatment rooms, a swimming pool and a fitness studio. Large windows and outdoor terraces are standard in all function spaces. With 77 rooms and eight suites — each with a gas fireplace, terrace or balcony and spa-like bathrooms — this contemporary property was awarded LEED Gold certification in its first year of operation. JORY, the signature restaurant and bar, showcases Oregon wine country cuisine and features an open kitchen, private dining rooms and an 800-label wine cellar.

FACILITIES CHART Room Nam e

Dim.

Suggested Seating Capacity Sq. feet

Theater

classroo m

B anquet

Coppergold Ballroom

75´ x 59´

4,500

300

130

200

Grand Foyer

127´ x 23´

4,200

Sunnycrest

33´ x 48´

1,600

140

50

80

Fernwood

33´ x 48´

1,600

140

50

80

Springbrook

30´ x 25´

720

18

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HILTON VANCOUVER WASHINGTON

301 W. Sixth St., Vancouver, WA 98660 REGIONAL HOTELS

360.993.4500 | fax 360.828.4309 christie.rust@hilton.com | vancouverwashington.hilton.com

As the world’s first hotel to be both LEED and Green Seal certified and named the 2014 “Best Green Venue” in Washington state by Northwest Meeting + Events Magazine, the Hilton Vancouver Washington showcases the latest in environmental design and technology for meetings. The hotel is located just 10 minutes from both downtown Portland and Portland International Airport. With 30,000 square feet of flexible meeting space, the property can accommodate groups of 10 to 1,000. The two main ballrooms can be divided into a variety of configurations, with 18-foot ceilings to accommodate large displays and AV requirements. Smaller meeting rooms on the second floor are perfect for intimate gatherings and feature large windows for natural light. Other amenities include a full-service restaurant, a bar, an on-site audiovisual company with state-of-the-art equipment, high-speed Internet access, a 24-hour business center and a dedicated convention services manager to assist with details.

ALDER

HOTEL L OBBY

This property meets the Green Seal™ Environmental Standard for Lodging Properties for waste minimization, water and energy efficiency, hazardous substances handling, and environmentally responsible purchasing.

AMENITIES

ROOM COUNT

|

PRE-FUNCTION

RESTROOMS

PRE-FUNCTION E

D

ELEV ELEV

C

BUSINESS CENTER

B

E

HERITAGE BALLROOM

ESPRESSO

GRAYʼS AT THE PARK BISTRO & BAR

A

D

C DISCOVERY BALLROOM B

F

A

ELEV

226 TOTAL

|

10 SUITES

Airport Shuttle Bus Parking

FACILITIES CHART

}

Business Services

ROOM NAME

Golf

Heritage Ballroom Heritage A or B Heritage C or E Heritage D or F Discovery Ballroom Discovery A, B or C Discovery D or E Alder Cedar Hemlock & Oak Hemlock Oak Pine & Spruce Pine Spruce Ash Birch

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Indoor Pool MAX Light Rail Outdoor Pool

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Phone Dataport Portland Streetcar

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Restaurant On-site

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Wheelchair Accessible

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Wireless Internet

Spa

ROOM COUNT

Suggested Seating Capacity

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SQ. FEET

HEIGHT

THEATER

CLASSROOM

BANQUET

89´ x 157´ 39´ x 89´ 39´ x 45´ 39´ x 45´ 60´ x 125´ 31´ x 60´ 30´ x 31´ 25´ x 42´ 25´ x 43´ 46´ x 52´ 26´ x 43´ 26´ x 46´ 37´ x 52´ 26´ x 37´ 26´ x 37´ 21´ x 27´ 22´ x 25´

14,074 3,462 1,771 1,804 7,742 1,918 994 1,052 1,090 2,320 1,103 1,217 1,922 952 970 523 581

18´ 18´ 18´ 18´ 18´ 18´ 18´ 12´ 12´ 12´ 12´ 12´ 12´ 12´ 12´ 12´ 12´

1,200 300 150 150 650 165 85 90 90 190 90 100 140 70 70 40 40

660 160 85 85 360 90 45 40 40 95 45 50 90 45 45 20 20

1,100 280 120 120 600 160 60 60 60 120 70 80 100 50 50 20 20

100 TOTAL

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the resort at the mountain regional hotels

68010 E. Fairway Ave., Welches, OR 97067 503.622.2220 | fax 503.622.5227 sales@theresort.com | theresort.com The Resort at The Mountain is away from it all yet less than an hour from Portland — “At Mt. Hood. Naturally.” Where air and minds are clear. Where face-to-face replaces Facebook. Where business is both productive and fun. For meetings, incentives and social events, 15,000 square feet of flexible interior function space accommodates 10 to 750 guests. Outdoor venues boast spectacular vistas and encourage attendees to be at their most receptive and productive. Here, guests may choose from a seemingly endless array of seasonal activities and adventures — from a 27-hole championship golf course and 18-hole putting course to lawn bowling, croquet, tennis, volleyball and badminton or swimming, hiking, biking and fishing. In winter months, ski or snowboard at any of three Mount Hood ski areas. And relax totally at The Resort’s full-service spa, any time.

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AMENITIES

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157 total

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14 suites

Airport Shuttle Bus Parking

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Business Services

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FACILITIES CHART Room Name

Suggested Seating Capacity Sq. feet

Height

Theater

classroom

Banquet

64´ x 106´

6,784

11´–13´

750

332

464

The Trees

37´ x 48´

1,776

9´11˝

170

96

96

Max Light Rail

The Osprey

22´ x 26´

668

12´–14´

40

28

Outdoor Pool

Altitude private dining room

16´ x 29´

464

9´11˝

8

64´ x 46´–56´

3,224

9´4˝

320

176

216

The Foliage

50´ x 25´

1,250

9´8˝

100

46

72

The Moscovy

17´ x 27´

459

11´7˝

30

12

24

The Pavilion

40´ x 80´

3,200

350

150

220

Golf

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Phone Dataport

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salishan 7760 Highway 101 N., Gleneden Beach, OR 97388 regional hotels

888.882.5001 | fax: 503.223.5029 salesinfo@salishan.com | salishan.com Located in Gleneden Beach, Salishan is at the epicenter of Oregon’s finest wineries, breathtaking beaches and unique coastal charm. More than 16,000 square feet of flexible event and meeting space equipped with extensive business amenities make it the perfect complement to an unforgettable corporate retreat or high-level business meeting. Salishan graciously accommodates groups of any size with on-site catering, more than 200 individually designed guestrooms, five exceptional on-site dining outlets, year-round oceanfront golf and a luxury spa. It was voted the 12th best spa in the nation by Condé Nast Traveler in 2011. Call today to learn more about how to host your event at Salishan.

South Upper Level

north Upper Level

AMENITIES

Room Count

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3 suites

Airport Shuttle Business Services

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Golf

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Indoor Pool

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Suggested Seating Capacity

Room Name

GROUND FLOOR Lincoln/Pine Room Lincoln Room Pine Room Sitka Room Long House Ballroom Salal Room Terrace Room Long House Long House A or C Long House B Long House A+B, B+C Council House Council House Council House A, B or C Council House A+B, B+C First Floor Cedar Tree Wine Cellar Boardroom SECOND FLOOR Gallery Room Shops @ Salishan Siletz North #1 Siletz North #2 Siletz South #1 Siletz South #2

Room Count

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Dim.

Sq. feet

Height

67´ x 24´ 24´ x 30´ 24´ x 30´ 19´6˝ x 33´6˝

1,608 720 720 653

8´6˝ 8´6˝ 8´6˝ 8´6˝

32 16 16 14

14 7 7 6

96 48 48 24

16´6 x 19´6˝ 24´ x 31´ 85´ x 52´ 29´6˝ x 52´ 23´6˝ x 52´ 53´ x 52´

322 744 4,420 1,534 1,222 2,756

9´ 9´ 14´ 14´ 14´ 14´

8 16 40 24 24 28

8 11 61 24 21 34

16 48 272 112 80 184

72´ x 36´ 24´ x 36´ 48´ x 36´

2,592 864 1,728

13´6˝ 13´6˝ 13´6˝

40 20 20

34 11 22

200 64 128

44´ x 54´ 9´6˝ x 37´ 35´ x 14´

2,376 351 490

9´ 9´ 9´

20 20 20

34 — —

120 — —

36´ x 36´

1,296

20

72

25´ x 14´ 19´ x 14´ 23´ x 19´ 23´ x 38´

574 512 437 874

8´6˝ 8´6˝ 9´ 9´

12 12 12 24

17 — — — — 30

100 total

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Theater

24 suites

classroom

Banquet

— — — —

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Portland regional Convention hotels facilities

Skamania Lodge 1 Skamania Lodge Way, Stevenson, WA 98648 509.427.7700 | 800.221.7117 | fax 509.427.2547 tgillespie@destinationhotels.com | skamania.com Skamania Lodge is located just 45 minutes from downtown Portland and offers more than 45 recreational options for guests to enjoy. The 254-guestroom, Cascadian-style lodge boasts the region’s premiere conference center, which includes two ballrooms, 23 meeting rooms, the most modern technology, ergonomic seating, an abundance of natural light and much more. Skamania Lodge can accommodate groups from seven to 750 people. The lodge is in the heart of the Columbia River Gorge and is just minutes from Interstate 84.

AMENITIES

Room Count

Airport Shuttle } Bus Parking } Business Services }Golf } Indoor Pool Max Light Rail }Outdoor Pool } Phone Dataport Portland Streetcar } Restaurant On-site }Spa } Wheelchair Accessible } Wireless Internet

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254 total

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Sq. feet

Theater

classroom

Banquet

Stevenson Ballroom

Room Name

99´ x 70´

6,930

14´

750

350

432

Stevenson A/B

33´ x 70´

2,310

14´

150

88

144

Stevenson C/D

33´ x 35´

1,155

14´

70

40

72

Cascade Locks Ballroom

66´ x 70´

4,620

14´

300

176

328

Cascade Locks A/B

33´ x 70´

2,310

14´

150

88

144

Baker

23´ x 31´

713

10´

30

24

40

Hood

32´ x 46´

1,472

10´

81

40

88

Adams

32´ x 46´

1,654

10´

81

40

88

Jefferson

30´ x 39´

1,170

10´

64

36

64

17600 Center Drive, Sunriver, OR 97707 800.862.7212 meetings@sunriver-resort.com | sunriver-resort.com

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Situated on the dry side of the Cascade Mountains, Sunriver Resort is surrounded by the natural beauty of the Northwest. The AAA Four Diamond destination provides an inspiring backdrop for special events.

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11 suites

FACILITIES CHART

sunriver resort

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Suggested Seating Capacity Ht.

Theater

room

Banquet

Great Hall

Sq. ft.

5,650´

400

500

400

Landmark

36´ x 50´

1,800´

10´

140

150

130

Heritage

51´ x 36´

1,836´

12´

150

150

140

Bachelor Lawn

34´ x 40´

1,360´

200

200

150

Homestead

80´ x 82´

6,560´

13´

620

656

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Best Western Inn at the Meadows

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211

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Fairfield Inn & Suites Portland North Harbor

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79 287

74

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256

46

The Portlander Inn & Marketplace

100

Embassy Suites Portland – Downtown

276

27

47

Red Lion Hotel on the River – Jantzen Beach

320

5

The Heathman Hotel

150

27

48

Residence Inn by Marriott Portland North Harbour

100

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Hilton Portland & Executive Tower

782

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146

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Best Western Pony Soldier Inn – Airport

103

52

Clarion Hotel – Portland Airport

102

9

Hotel Rose

140

10

Hotel Lucia

127

11

Hotel Modera

174

12

Hotel Monaco Portland

221

29

53

Comfort Inn & Suites Portland Intl. Airport

13

Hotel Vintage Portland

117

29

54

Comfort Suites Portland Airport

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70

55

Country Inn & Suites Portland Airport

153 150

28

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The Mark Spencer Hotel

101

56

Courtyard by Marriott – Portland Airport

McMenamins Crystal Hotel

50

57

Embassy Suites Portland Airport

251

17

the Nines

331

25

58

Fairfield Inn by Marriott Portland Airport

106

30

18

The Paramount Hotel

154

19

Park Lane Suites

44

20

Portland Marriott City Center on Broadway

249

30

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Portland Marriott Downtown Waterfront

503

26

22

Residence Inn by Marriott 258

31

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59

Hampton Inn – Portland Airport

129

60

Hilton Garden Inn Portland Airport

121

61

Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites

62

Holiday Inn Portland Airport

63

Howard Johnson Portland Airport

115

64

Hyatt Place Portland Airport

136

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La Quinta Inn & Suites – Portland Airport

Portland Airport

84

31

66

Radisson Hotel Portland Airport

193

100

32

202

Sentinel Silver Cloud Inn – Portland Downtown

27 28

67

Ramada Inn & Suites Portland Airport

82

68

Red Lion Hotel Portland Airport

136

University Place Hotel and Conference Center

235

69

Residence Inn Portland Airport

124

The Westin Portland

205

70

Sheraton Portland Airport Hotel

213

71

Shilo Inn Suites Hotel – Portland Airport

200

32

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72

SpringHill Suites by Marriott Portland Airport

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Super 8 Motel – Airport

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River’s Edge Hotel & Spa

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25

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24 26

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33

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226

31

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240

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Kah-Nee-Ta Resort & Spa

170

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476

78

The Resort at The Mountain

33

Hotel Eastlund

174

79

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34

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97

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Seventh Mountain Resort

35

Jupiter Hotel

80

81

Skamania Lodge

254

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36

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244

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168

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The Allison Inn & Spa The Benson Hotel Courtyard by Marriott Portland Downtown/ Convention Center Courtyard by Marriott Portland North Harbor Crowne Plaza Downtown/Convention Center DoubleTree by Hilton Portland Embassy Suites Portland – Airport Embassy Suites Portland – Downtown The Heathman Hotel Hilton Portland & Executive Tower Hilton Vancouver Washington Holiday Inn Portland Airport Hotel deLuxe Hotel Lucia Hotel Monaco Portland Hotel Vintage Portland the Nines

40 23 33 37 34 35 38 27 27 24 41 40 28 28 29 29 25

Oregon Convention Center The Paramount Hotel Portland Expo Center Portland Marriott City Center on Broadway Portland Marriott Downtown Waterfront Red Lion Hotel on the River – Jantzen Beach Residence Inn by Marriott Portland Downtown at RiverPlace The Resort at The Mountain RiverPlace Hotel River’s Edge Hotel & Spa Rose Quarter Salishan Sentinel Sheraton Portland Airport Hotel Skamania Lodge Sunriver Resort The Westin Portland

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Roseburg km

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Mt. Shasta, Calif. 80 miles/129 km

Klamath Falls

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250 miles/402 km

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130 mil

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153 mile

123 miles/198 km

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Burns

La Grande

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52 m

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132 mil

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76 miles/12 2 km

Medford

Crater Lake

124 miles/200 km

Mount Bachelor

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San Francisco, Calif. 372 miles/599 km

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Mount Hood

The Dalles

Tri-Cities

Spokane, Wash. 206 miles/332 km

m 6k

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iles

km es/211 131 mil

es/126

61 miles/98 km

Eugene

km

m 96

iles/

Gold Beach

km

Corvallis

54 miles/87

es/110

78 mil

e

mil

57 miles/92 km

88

2 s/14

Vancouver, B.C. 336 miles/541 km Seattle, Wash. St. Helens 179 miles/288 km

Portland

km

km

68 mil

Coos Bay

/127

km

km Tillamook 70 miles/113

iles

79 m

108

9 iles/6

Florence

PACIFIC OCEAN

20 miles 32 km

N

Seaside

41 mile 66 km s

27 miles 44 km

51 miles/82 km

iles/

43 m

54 m

22 m 35 k iles m

42 miles 67 km

67m

133 m

79 miles/ 127 km

32 52 miles km 20 mil 32 kmes

44 miles/71 km

iles/87 km

km 10

/76 2 km

iles s/17

47 m

4k 54 m

iles 29 m 47 km

147

es 27 mkilm 43

/21

les mi m

km

/23

es mil

77

10

m

61 km

es/1 0 mil

/12 4k

204 km

7m ile

127 miles/

ile s

51 miles/82 m

m

Astoria

m 22 4k

iles 28 m m 45 k

iles /

es mil 6200 km 1 71 k

m

139

iles/

44 m

72

61 m iles /

Ontario km

Boise, Idaho

98

Idaho

OREGON

70 miles/113 km

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“One of the sweet things about eating in Portland is how darn affordable it is.” –Western Living Magazine, March 2015

DINERS’ DELIGHT The culinary scene in Portland emphasizes local ingredients and innovative preparations. Read more on p. 6.

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