Step through the doors of the Hotel Monaco Portland and be welcomed into a world of unique luxury right in downtown Portland. Inspired by Anglo-Chinois style, renowned designer Cheryl Rowley recently transformed this 1912 architectural masterpiece into a space full of whimsy, color and life. With a soft persimmon and periwinkle glow, deep chocolate furnishings and luscious flowers, our Portland, Oregon hotel promises a dramatic setting for your arrival. Modern appointments and our four-star hotel level of amenities await you in any one of our stylish 221 guestrooms.
- Air Conditioning,
- Pet Friendly,
- Spa / Hot Tub,
- Family Friendly,
- Restaurant / Lounge,
- Handicap Accessible,
- Internet Access,
Virtual reality is almost as good as being there.
TripAdvisor Ratings & Reviews
Visited Portland for 1st time and stayed at the Kimpton Monaco at the recommendation of my son who had stayed previously. Absolutely loved the place. We had a ‘King suite’ which had 2 rooms each w a large TV. Well if eclectlcally furnished and decorated. But high quality throughout. And reasonably priced, IMHO. Very friendly and efficient staff. ‘Pet friendly’ which was not a selling point for us, but not noticeable either except for the friendly dogs in the coffee room in the morning. Close to EVERYTHING downtown. Would go there again, gladly!
We decided to stay someplace new for my birthday weekend. We could not have chosen better. When I arrived in the parking garage and was greeted by RJ's terrific smile and sense of humor I new it would be a great weekend. Everyone was extremely friendly and welcoming. When I arrived in our room I found a bottle of wine , chocolate bar and card wishing me a Happy 50th birthday. Very unexpected. Thank you. Thanks also to Sasha for the great conversation and keeping our wine glasses full during the evening social hour. We will definitely stay here again.
stayed here for a weekend work trip and I didn't want to leave. everyone was so nice, the rooms and decor are beautiful, clean. the happy hour, wine tastings, and restaurant all exceptional and pleasant surprises. I love the room and lobby decor and style. delicious healthy food at restaurant, almond milk at coffee bar, chocolate samples at happy hour, sent a pot of herbal teas to my room to be nice. I will definitely stay here on my next visit to Portland.
One of the best Kimpton properties - EVER!
No matter what, the Hotel Monaco in Portland delivers a great experience, with beautiful and interesting decor and great service. I have never been disappointed here. I've circled back and stayed at other Kimpton properties on the West Coast, only to find they'd changed their unique decor and gone 'mainstream.' One of the most endearing qualities about the Hotel Monaco in Portland is the fantastic ambiance and atmosphere. If I'm in Portland, this is where I stay whether on business or vacation. Enjoy!
Great downtown PDX hotel!
After several trips to Portland over the years, this was my first time in the Kimpton Monaco. I stayed for a solo New Year's Eve 2018-9 trip to PDX. The location is excellent - just a couple blocks from Pioneer Square. I took the train to Portland from Seattle, and the train station is about an 8-10 minute walk away from the hotel. I took the Bolt Bus back to Seattle - and the bus stop (on 8th/Everett) is also about 8-10 min walk. I don't know about parking or rates at the hotel. The staff was quite friendly upon checkin and throughout the stay. They reminded me of the happy hour from 5-6 and the times for coffee/tea in the morning. I took the elevator to my corner room on the 5th floor. My room was wonderful - it was very large with a King size bed. Being a corner, there was wonderful light during the (short) winter daytime - and, thankfully, it was unusually sunny during my visit. The design of the room was eclectic and very Kimpton. I can't say I'd have this design in my house...though I enjoyed it. The wallpaper in the main room had a cool hummingbird print. The wallpaper in the bathroom was comprised of various Portland buildings/scenes. I really got a kick out of the room - and throughly enjoyed it. The hallways can be long - as the building was an old department store in Portland - and I kept imagining what business transactions/decisions occurred over the years when it was a department store. The cleaning staff were very friendly, as well. I would greet them in the mornings upon setting out for the day. I went to the happy hour on the first night (12/30) of my stay and it was very busy with fun people enjoying the complimentary beer or wine (I had beer). The happy hour room was very festive with people ready for a New Year's 'weekend'. For dinner the first night, I went to the attached Red Star Tavern and sat at the bar. A very friendly and nice bartender was my server for the night and I had a lovely scallop meal with local microbrews and a bread pudding dessert. I also went to the Red Star for breakfast the next morning - though it was about 5 mins prior to the change-over to lunch, so I felt like I was rushed and the lox bagel was very basic. Next time, either I'll go to a different restaurant for breakfast (there are many) or I'll go earlier when the front and back staff might be more prepared to do breakfast orders. The good thing is: there _is_ an attached restaurant of high quality. This might be my new Portland hotel of choice. It's close to all the things I want to do downtown. I still haven't navigated the Portland light rail scene - though the hotel is right on the rail lines, so there is very easy access to the trains. Thanks for making a fun and comfortable New Year's Eve, Kimpton!