While others may pay a hefty dime to stay at The Nines, A Luxury Collection Hotel, Portland, you can enjoy the same rock-star treatment for less. According to our guests, it's like being on cloud nine. Situated on the top nine floors of the 15-story Meier & Frank Building, The Nines has a lot to brag about: 331 luxury rooms and suites that are almost too pretty to occupy. In-room amenities include complimentary Wi-Fi, 42-inch flat-panel TVs with DVD players, iPod docking stations and dreamy pillowtop beds with high-thread-count sheets, down pillows and divine duvets. In-room massage treatments are available. If that doesn't spoil you, the hotel has two restaurants, room service, a 24-hour gym and business center and a billiards room. There's also valet service parking for an additional daily rate. The Nines is 12 miles from Portland International Airport, via I-84. MAX light-rail trains also run from the airport to downtown and stop on the corner near the hotel. However you arrive, you're in one walkable city: from the hotel, you can explore downtown's department stores, see why the Pearl District is so treasured and visit sites like the Portland Art Museum (a six-block walk). The Japanese Garden is a 10-minute drive and the Oregon Zoo is 15 minutes away by car. Ask the concierge about Willamette wine country tours. "The Nines is a great hotel in a fantastic downtown location. It would be hard to do better in Portland," say our guests, who add that The Nines, A Luxury Collection Hotel, Portland is a "very chic and stylish boutique hotel" and a "great place for a couple's getaway."
Located at the top of the historic Meier & Frank Building in the heart of all the city has to offer, this Luxury Collection Hotel offers a number of amenities for discerning travelers, an Asian influenced rooftop restaurant, and a farm-to-table, atrium-style restaurant on the 8th floor. Dogs are allowed for an additional fee of $30 per night per pet, and there is a pet waiver to sign at check in.
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