Flocked by the glowing lights of theaters, art museums, and galleries, the handsomely historic Heathman Hotel perches among cultural riches in the heart of downtown Portland. Dining selections abound throughout the neighborhood, from unique and worldly food carts to haute cuisine, showcasing the finest of Pacific Northwest ingredients. With a home adjacent to the grassy and picturesque Park Blocks, travelers can enjoy peaceful ambles under a canopy of trees to fetch their morning latte, or a brief light rail trip will take you to the lush forest escape of Washington Park. A short stroll will take you to famed Powell’s City of Books, the largest independent bookstore in the world, and a heavenly labyrinth of tomes in which to lose yourself.
The Heathman Hotel’s library, more than 2,700 volumes and two stories high, housed within the grand former Tea Court Lounge, is a treasure in itself — with signed editions from Nobel and Pulitzer Prize winners, U.S. Poet Laureates and a former U.S. President, our diverse and accomplished collection is sure to delight any guest harboring bookworm tendencies.
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