It’s not highfalutin velvet rope stuff, but as accessible,
warm and individualized as the people you’ll meet here. It’s in simple pleasures, like the cozy comfort of feather
beds and soft down quilts at our intimate inns.
It’s in our customized river adventures guided by folks who’d rather be
on the river than anyplace else, who make sure meals and accommodations, even in the wilds of Oregon, are as refined as
the knowledge they’re eager to share. It’s in meeting some of the finest winemakers in the world, indulging in weekends
dedicated to tasting the most respected vintages made, complete with vineyard tours and chats with the vintner.
It’s in the sumptuous Northwest cuisine crafted from the freshest seafood, local produce and natural meats into some of the best dining to be had on the West coast.
But enough bragging. Come experience Oregon’s hidden travel gems for yourself – a ward-winning golf courses,
culinary masterminds, exclusive trip packages, world-class spas and tucked-away luxury properties, all in the
midst of wide open beaches, jaw-dropping waterfalls, lush forests and awesome mountain peaks.
Portland may have a reputation for leadership in sustainability, but don’t think crunchy granola,
think hip urban hotspot.
With national accolades for its cuisine, Portland’s foodie culture rivals the country’s best.
Inspired by Oregon’s bounty, everything from forest truffles to the nation’s only sake producer, Portland’s experimental
chefs have created a veritable culinary nirvana. You may be tempted to plan your whole trip around eating, but don’t forget
our theatres and funky shopping districts inspired by the creative spirit of the city. Then rest your head at deluxe
accommodations including Hotel Monaco, Oregon’s first hotel with a Mobil four-star rating, or the classic Heathman Hotel,
one of the city’s most elegant with a fabulous restaurant featuring chef Phillipe Boulot and a penchant for art (including
an Andy Warhol room.)
Or stay at The Nines, a luxurious spot above Macy’s, where you can spoil yourself with that
choice couture or object d’art while shopping five floors of beautifully renovated space with one important Oregon perk – no sales tax.