AC Hotel Portland Downtown, OR

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Portland, OR Hotel
ChainMarriott International Hotels
AC Hotels by Marriott
Total meeting space156 sq. m
Guest rooms204
888 SW Third Avenue
Portland, OR 97204


Get Ready with Us on Your Special Day

$99.00 - $299.00
01/20/2020 – 12/31/2020


Room features and guest services

  • Calls (Local)
  • Calls (Toll-free)
  • Laundry service
  • View (Ocean or water)
  • View (Urban)
  • Voicemail box


  • Onsite catering
  • Onsite gift shop
  • Onsite restaurant
  • Outside caterers allowed
  • Pet friendly
  • Rental car service
  • Space (Private)
  • Space (Semi-private)
  • Wheelchair accessible

Business services

  • AV capabilities
  • Business center
  • Video conference
  • VIP services

Recreational activities

  • Health club
  • Skiing
  • Spa or salon
  • Tennis courts

Venue accessibility

  • Bus
  • Taxi
  • Train


  • Loading dock

Photo Gallery


Meeting Space

Total meeting space156 sq. m
Meeting rooms5
Largest room69 sq. m
Second largest room62 sq. m
Space (Private)102 sq. m
Space (Semi-private)122 sq. m

Guest rooms

Total guest rooms204
Single (1 bed)151
Double (2 beds)53
Single (1 bed) rate$139.00 – $279.00
Double (2 beds) rate$139.00 – $279.00
Occupancy rate15.3%



Local Attractions

Oregon Zoo

3 mi. away
The 64-acre Oregon Zoo is located in Portland, a city and surrounding metropolitan area of more than 1.5 million people. Attendance in 2015 was more than 1.5 million. Oregon Zoo facts and numbers The zoo's annual operating budget is derived from a tax base through Metro, the Portland-area regional government that is the zoo's governing body, plus zoo admissions, concessions, contributions, special promotions, the Oregon Zoo Foundation and grants. The zoo has five major exhibit areas: Great Northwest, Fragile Forests, Asia, Pacific Shores and Africa. Within these large areas are 23 specialized exhibits. Animals of the Oregon Zoo 1,800 individual animals represent 232 species or subspecies of birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, fish and invertebrates* 19 endangered species and 9 threatened species live at the zoo.* The zoo is active in 63 Species Survival Plans.* Plants of the Oregon Zoo Native plants of the Pacific Northwest's temperate rainforests have been cultivated to create naturalistic exhibits, pathways and vistas within the zoo. More than 1,000 species of exotic plants thrive in the zoo's botanical gardens, including firebird heliconia, pelican flower and ground orchid. Some are harvested and given to the animals as browse.
4001 SW Canyon Road
Portland, OR, US 97221

Portland Farmers Market

2 mi. away
Portland Farmers Market is a nonprofit organization operating seven vibrant farmers markets in Portland, OR. Our markets provide a direct connection to more than 200 vendors with deep roots in Oregon and Southwest Washington, including farms, nurseries, bakeries, meat and seafood providers, cheese makers and specialty food producers. Our Mission PFM operates world-class farmers markets that contribute to the success of local food growers and producers, and create vibrant community gatherings. As a trade association, success for our vendors is our primary objective. Listening and learning from vendors and shoppers produces outstanding farmers markets where vendors prosper and communities thrive. Our Vision PFM is a catalyst for the nation’s most prosperous, healthy and sustainable food system. Food producers thrive and expand All residents have access to farm fresh food Farmers markets build, nourish and inspire community Our Strategy It all starts with a strong foundation. PFM is a sustainable organization that invests in its vendors, employees and volunteers. This strong base allows us to lead growth in the local food system. For our vendors we are a marketing organization that attracts shoppers to marketplaces where vendors can prosper and we are committed to providing business accelerations opportunities such as expanded marketplaces, educational workshops and a diversified shopper base.
1799 SW Park Ave
Portland, OR, US 97201

Portland Japanese Garden

3 mi. away
OUR ORGANIZATION The Portland Japanese Garden is a private, not-for-profit organization funded entirely by donations, membership, memorials, grants, gate admissions, and gift store sales. It was formed in the early 1960s by Portland citizens interested in promoting a more intimate relationship between the peoples of Japan and our city and state. In 1958, Portland became a sister city to Sapporo, Japan. This created a broad interest in Japanese culture. Soon after, several business leaders and Mayor Terry Shrunk decided it would be wonderful for Portland to have a traditional Japanese garden. OUR MISSION The purpose of the Portland Japanese Garden is to create, maintain, improve, and administer an authentic, world-class Japanese garden in the city of Portland and to offer compatible educational, cultural, artistic, horticultural, environmental, and charitable activities. OUR CORE VALUES We believe in and strive for: Inspiration, serenity, tranquility, and the aestheticism of nature. Excellence in the management and maintenance of the garden. Japanese culture, tradition, and aesthetics. Cultural authenticity directed to the needs of diverse local, national, and international communities. Environmental awareness and conservation, and the pursuit of environmental sustainability in the operation of the Garden. Mutual respect and harmony within the board, staff, membership, and with surrounding communities.
611 SW Kingston Ave
Portland, OR, US 97205

Powell's City of Books

1 mi. away
Powell’s City of Books is the largest used and new bookstore in the world, occupying an entire city block and housing approximately one million books. Located in downtown Portland’s Pearl District, the City of Books has nine color-coded rooms and over 3,500 different sections, offering something for every interest, including an incredible selection of out-of-print and hard-to-find titles. Dozens of acclaimed writers, artists, and thinkers visit each month to read in the Basil Hallward Gallery (located upstairs in the Pearl Room). A one-of-a-kind Rare Book Room draws bibliophiles from near and far to browse an impressive collection of autographed first editions and other collectible volumes. And our Espresso Book Machine provides instant access to hard-to-find titles and gives anyone the power to publish a book.
1005 W Burnside St
Portland, OR, US 97209

International Rose Test Garden

3 mi. away
The Rose Garden Store, located at the world famous International Rose Test Garden, is Portland's very own rose-themed specialty shop. We carry a wide variety of rose and garden themed items. For decades visitors have asked the garden staff where they could purchase a memento to take home with them so they could remember their visit to the garden. In response, Portland Parks and Recreation built the Rose Garden Store to be run by the Portland Rose Festival Foundation. The Store opened in May of 2000, and serves as the Garden's Visitor Information Center as well as offering a wonderful selection of rose items to our visitors. We are classified as a non-profit museum store - proceeds from the Rose Garden Store go to help support Portland's public Rose Gardens. We pride ourselves on offering hundreds of rose themed items - we are always looking for new, locally made products to add to our selection. We truly seek and find the most exquisite representations of roses in rare, unique and fun items.
400 SW Kingston Ave
Portland, OR, US 97205

Portland Saturday Market

1 mi. away
Portland Saturday Market is celebrating its 43rd year in the historic Old Town/ Chinatown neighborhood of Portland, Oregon. Our weekly market features 252 booths showcasing a variety of arts & crafts sold by local Pacific Northwest artisans. Established in 1974, our market has a thriving membership of over 350 artisans. Every Saturday and Sunday from March through Christmas Eve the Old Town/Chinatown neighborhood transforms into a thriving arts and crafts open-air marketplace. Seeing the Market’s staff delegate booth spaces with precision each weekend for so many years, most of the neighborhood has come to think of Portland Saturday Market as a business like any other. But it certainly was not always that way, and some surprising elements still lie at the core of this unusual non-profit operation. read more
2 SW Naito Pkwy
Portland, OR, US 97204

Lan Su Chinese Garden

1 mi. away
About the Garden Lan Su Chinese Garden is one of Portland's greatest treasures and most interesting sites to see while visiting Portland. A result of a collaboration between the cities of Portland and Suzhou, our sister city in China's Jiangsu province that's famous for its beautiful Ming Dynasty gardens, Lan Su was built by Chinese artisans from our Suzhou and is one the most authentic Chinese gardens outside of China. Much more than just a beautiful botanical garden, Lan Su is a creative wonder -- a powerfully inspiring experience based on a 2,000-year-old Chinese tradition that melds art, architecture, design and nature in perfect harmony. Once inside the garden's walls, you'll feel as if you've traveled through time to another era in a faraway world. Lan Su is a window into Chinese culture, history and way of thinking. Ever changing, Lan Su always has something new to offer - by the minute, by the hour, and with the seasons. Enter the wonderland. Our Name The garden's name represents this relationship: sounds from both Portland and Suzhou are combined to form Lan Su. "Lan" (蘭) is also the Chinese word for "Orchid" and "Su" (蘇) is the word for "Arise" or "Awaken," so the garden's name can also be interpreted poetically as "Garden of Awakening Orchids." (蘭蘇園)
239 NW Everett St
Portland, OR, US 97209

Oregon Museum of Science & Industry

1 mi. away
Mission: What we stand for Inspire curiosity through engaging science learning experiences, foster experimentation and the exchange of ideas, and stimulate informed action. Vision: Where we're going OMSI, collaborating with partners, will ignite an education transformation at the intersection of science, technology and design, and weave a thriving innovation district into the fabric of Portland, that spreads opportunities across the Northwest. Remember when? OMSI began with the exhibition of Oregon’s rich natural resources with the opening of the City Hall Museum in 1896. But with the Great Depression and World War II, it wasn’t until the mid-forties that support for the museum really began to grow. Businessman Ralph Lloyd hosted the temporary “Oregon Museum of Science and Industry” in his house on NE Hassalo Street, boasting the Northwest's first public planetarium and its 20-minute trip to the stars. OMSIs Original Washington Park Location With annual attendance swelling to over 25,000 in 1955 and the house scheduled for demolition, the City Council stepped forward to lease land in Washington Park to OMSI for the sum of one dollar per year. In the spirit of pioneer barn-raisings, over 400 volunteer union brick layers and hod carriers laid 102,000 bricks in one day, and on June 7, 1958, the dream of a dedicated, hands-on science museum became a reality. By the mid-1980's, OMSI's popularity surpassed the size of its facility six times over and a new group of community leaders began a $32M campaign to build a state-of-the-art science center, culminating with a milestone donation from longtime supporter, Portland General Electric, of an 18.5-acre site that held a historic sawdust-fired power generation plant. On October 24, 1992, the new 219,000 square-foot facilities opened, adding the USS Blueback, the last non-nuclear powered submarine built by the U.S. Navy, just two years later. Today, the museum serves over 1 million visitors at the museum and through off-site education programs. OMSI is ranked as one of the top science centers in the United States and has an international reputation for its innovative exhibits and educational programs.
1945 SE Water Ave
Portland, OR, US 97214

Distance from airport

  • 20.12 km from venue


  • Valet parking$46.00 / day


The AC Hotel Portland blends contemporary style with cosmopolitan sophistication. We focused on the essentials of a beautiful stay and will create an experience unlike any other. Our continental breakfast found European inspiration. We replaced room service with the flexibility of a quick snack or evening tapas plates. Our bartenders are true urban spirits who will share the unique buzz of the city and all it has to offer. By stripping away the unnecessary, we provide beauty in the essentials. Choosing the AC Hotel Portland comes with a number of added benefits for you and your guests...AC KITCHEN – Featuring a European-inspired selection of artisian sliced meats and cheeses, various pastries, sweet and savory egg tarts, yogurts, muesli, fresh fruit, freshly baked butter croissants, and Nespresso hot and iced coffee, the AC Kitchen creates the perfect start to the day.AC LOUNGE - An open space, designed for both sides of you - work life and night life. A place where inspiration crystallizes into creative, actionable ideas by day. By night, our bartenders serve up expert local knowledge along with craft beer, hand-crafted cocktails, and tapas-style small plates.AC COFFEE/LIBRARY - Our signature common space, designed to keep you relaxed and connected. The AC Coffee Bar will feature locally roasted coffee and other local snacks, while the AC library is the perfect space for meeting, collaborating, or taking a minute to relax.


High season
Apr 1 – Oct 31
Shoulder season
Low season
Nov 1 – Dec 31
Jan 1 – Mar 31

Cancellation Policy

48 Hours

Additional Information

The Beautiful Essentials • Modern guest rooms • AC Kitchen, with European-inspired breakfast • The Slab, AC's signature coffee bar • The AC Lounge, co-working space by day, hub of social buzz by night, serving tapas • Bartenders with local expertise • WiFi everywhere • Mobile check-in / check-out • Business services • 24-hour fitness center access • Marriott Rewards


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