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Portland, OR Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 161
Total Sleeping Rooms 20,103
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 782
Committable Meeting Rooms* 105
Convention Center Space 3,251,906 Sq. Ft.
Largest Exhibit Space 255,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Ballroom 255,000 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate USD $182
Average Daily Meal Cost USD $64
Average Weekly Car Rental USD $210
*Maximum for a single hotel

Portland, OR Things to Do and Attractions

International Rose Test Garden

Founded in 1917 as a place to safeguard European rose hybrid varieties from possible destruction during World War I, the International Rose Test Garden now features over 550 varieties of roses across 4.5 acres. The blooms are arranged in garden

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Pioneer Courthouse Square

Referred to by locals as "Portland's Living Room," Pioneer Courthouse Square is the most visited place in the city with 9.5 million visitors per year. Built in 1869, the courthouse itself is the Pacific Northwest's oldest federal building, while the

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Powell's City of Books

As the headquarters of the Portland-based Powell's Books Company, this downtown bookstore claims to be the largest independent bookstore in the world. Covering an entire city block and approximately 1.6 acres of retail floor space, with additional

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Bluehour

The high-style Bluehour Restaurant in the Pearl District serves Mediterranean cuisine with a Northwestern twist in a posh setting converted from a former warehouse. Opened in 2000 by restaurateur Bruce Carey, Bluehour has been called "the most

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Meriwether's Restaurant

Situated in the historic site of the 1905 World's Fair, Meriwether's presents European country dining with ingredients fresh from the restaurant's own Skyline Gardens farm. Its three separate dining areas, the covered patio, the open garden, and the

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Salty's on the Columbia

Frequently called Portland's best seafood restaurant, Salty's is situated on the Columbia River, affording spectacular views of the river and a steady stream of passing sailboats. Oysters and clams are harvested from nearby beaches, Maine lobsters

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Hoyt Arboretum

Known as a "living museum," the Hoyt Arboretum is a 187-acre exhibition of more than 1,000 tree and plant species from around the world. Only two miles from downtown Portland, the arboretum offers visitors a wide selection of self-guided or guided

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Oregon Museum of Science and Industry

Composed of five exhibit halls and eight science labs, the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry has hands-on displays and activities for visitors of all ages that highlight a range of sciences, including biology, physics, chemistry, technology and

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The Oregon Zoo

Founded in 1887, the Oregon Zoo is the oldest zoo west of the Mississippi and today is Oregon's largest paid attraction. About 1.4 million people visit the zoo annually to see some of the 200 species of animals, 21 of which are endangered. The zoo

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The Pittock Mansion

For a look at the former splendor of Portland's trading heydays, guests should visit the historic Pittock Mansion. Built in 1914, this 22-room French Renaissance mansion was the home of pioneers Henry Pittock, publisher of The Oregonian, and his

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Tom McCall Waterfront Park

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A 37-acre park located in downtown Portland, the Tom McCall Waterfront Park hugs the west bank of the Willamette River injecting a dose of nature into the bustling city. The park features miles of bike and walking paths and several points of historic

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