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The city center offers easy access to shopping, entertainment, culture — and other districts.

Light rail connects downtown to the rest of the city.Light rail connects downtown to the rest of the city.
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    Portland’s highest concentration of hotels is found in the city’s compact and vibrant downtown. No matter where you stay downtown — and the options range from boutique properties to international brands and luxury options — you’ll be within easy walking distance of great shopping, dining, museums and entertainment.

    Thanks to Portland’s great transportation system, it’s also easy to hop on the light rail or streetcar to access other must-see neighborhoods, from the Pearl District and Northwest Portland to the Central Eastside, and attractions like the Oregon Zoo. And the Oregon Convention Center is mere minutes away via MAX light rail.

    Transportation

    MAX light rail: Blue, Green, Red, Yellow lines
    TriMet bus: Multiple lines
    Portland Streetcar: North-South, Central Loop lines

    • Shopping for boots at Solestruck in downtown's West End.

      Downtown shopping

      Downtown Portland boasts a wide array of shopping options, from major national and international retailers to locally owned boutiques and specialty shops.

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    • The South Park Blocks are at the heart of downtown's Cultural District.

      Downtown activities

      From the theaters and museums of the Cultural District to parks that play host to festivals and farmers' markets, downtown puts a wide range of entertainment within easy walking distance.

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    • Clyde Common features an open kitchen and communal seating.

      Downtown dining

      Downtown, you'll find everything from budget food cart lunches to fine dining at acclaimed restaurants — nearly all emphasizing local, seasonal ingredients.

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    • Sidewalk seating at Grüner, in sight of the historic First Presbyterian Church.

      Dining in downtown’s West End

      Comfort is king at the line-up of West End eateries that have opened recently in downtown Portland.

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    • Pour-over brewing at Barista

      Downtown Portland coffee crawl

      Portland’s bean scene is as accessible as it is diverse. In fact, you don’t have to leave downtown to sample some of the best cups.

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    • Local boutique shopping at Radish Underground

      Downtown’s West End

      Tucked between Powell’s City of Books and the downtown retail core, this area is home to a growing number of boutiques, restaurants, cafés and hotels.

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