Inn Northrup Station


Portland is an eclectic city, with luxury, sophistication, and art as a market to its culture. The Inn Northrup Station in Portland, Oregon is definitely an art deco hotel with boutique suites. It is perhaps one of the most unique hotels in the world based on its fantastical décor and architecture. The hotel is located along the streetcar line. Business and leisure travelers will find comfort in this interesting hotel.

As the hotel décor indicates it was built in the 1970s. Steve Routon rediscovered the old hotel helping to transform it into a premier Portland hotel for an interesting stay. The interior décor is all original artwork created by local artists. The furniture is all retro in order to provide energetic colors. Many of the suites have granite kitchens, wet bars, and marble bathrooms in order to offer a most unique atmosphere. The lobby is a combination of color and artistic works. One can gaze up at the ceiling or through the fused glass to find something interesting to hold their eyes.

The breakfast bar offers views of the city, such as the street cars that will move on by. A landscaped rooftop is another area to sit and relax to watch the city below.

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