CONTEMPORARY ARCHITECTURE AND ARTISTIC DESIGN IN A CONVENIENT PORTLAND LOCATION
With a classic, mid-century modern stylishness, highlighted by bright colors and comfortable furnishings, Portland, Oregon’s, Hotel Eastlund is a sophisticated retreat in a handy location. The chic urban facility is one of the newest additions to Portland’s thriving eastside Lloyd District. Completely renovated in 2015, the hotel offers a dramatic new setting for conferences, meetings and banquets.
Hotel Eastlund has 5,300 square feet of flexible meeting rooms and event spaces. Bathed in natural light from the floor-to-ceiling windows, the 3,600-square-foot Cosmopolitan Grand Ballroom can accommodate 250 in a theater-style setup or 290 for a reception. For conference breakout sessions, the room can be divided into smaller sections. Two state-of-the-art conference boardrooms, the Sterling Room, seating up to 22 people, and the Golding Room, with a capacity of 12, are ideal for an intimate board retreat or planning session.
Additional spaces include a private dining space and a small meeting room near the business center in the lobby. The meeting rooms feature the latest in audiovisual technology, including a projector and 12-foot projection screen in the Cosmopolitan Grand Ballroom. High-speed WiFi is available throughout the hotel. The Eastlund’s 168 guest rooms and suites offer contemporary luxury with convenient access to downtown Portland and all the city’s eclectic neighborhoods. For dining, the rooftop Altibira City Tavern, serves fresh Pacific Northwest cuisine along with sweeping city views. For a casual snack, Citizen Baker, located on the lobby level, offers artisanal bakery fare, gourmet coffee and light meals. The Altibira City Tavern is also the exclusive caterer for meetings and events at the hotel.
The hotel’s location, across the street from the Oregon Convention Center and three blocks from the Moda Center, puts meeting and event attendees into the center of a vibrant section of the city. Portland’s Eastside is home to a fast- growing restaurant, microbrewery and entertainment scene that offers a variety of post-conference enjoyment.
With Portland’s MAX light rail only a block away, the hotel offers easy access to all the sights of the region. Portland International Airport is only minutes away by car or Max. Downtown Portland, the Pearl District and interesting neighborhoods such as the Belmont, Hawthorn and Alberta areas offer an abundance of boutiques, art galleries and restaurants.
Joanne Bosworth, director of sales and marketing