Top 10 Hotels in Portland (for your wedding night and out of town wedding guests)

Kick those heels off in style after you’ve partied into the late hours at your wedding reception! Now it’s time to settle in for the evening and have a romantic time with your spouse!

You finally did it; you walked down the aisle with all your friends and family in your presence. There were hours of picture taking, mingling, and feasting on amazing food, drinking tasty cocktails, laughing and even some tears of joy. You are feeling pretty darn tired, but still want to have a romantic evening with your new husband or wife!

You also want your guests to have a nice place to stay if they are from out of town. Price is usually the number one consideration, but this is a very special occasion, so price should only be part of equation. Consider the services that the hotel offers, location, and reviews! See what others are saying about these hotels, it’s important! Choose a hotel that is unique to Portland, this will make the stay that more special for your guests.

This list was compiled from Facebook + Twitter comments. After reading countless reviews and comments online the considerations taken into account were: price, uniqueness, location, nearby attractions, and most important, friendliness and helpfulness of the staff. One hotel includes a salt soaking tub underground, another hotel on this list recently turned 100 years old. Now, for the top 10 list!

10. Hotel Lucia –

9. Hotel Monaco –

8. River’s Edge Hotel & Spa Portland –

7. Hotel Vintage Plaza –

6. Paramount Hotel –

5. Hotel Deluxe –

4. The Nines Hotel –

3. The (new) Crystal Hotel –

2. The Benson Hotel –

1. The Governor Hotel –

This list of Portland hotels should give you some variety to choose from, have fun choosing a place for your romantic wedding night! These are popular hotels, so you need to reserve hotel rooms for your guests far in advance. If your wedding date falls in June, don’t forget to see if it’s during Rose Festival, as it might be harder to find rooms during that week.

Quick Tip: Consider hiring a shuttle or coach service to transport your guests to and from the hotel and wedding site. You don’t want your guests drinking and driving, yet you want them to thoroughly enjoy the festivities.

Happy Planning!

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