The Mark Spencer


The Mark Spencer Hotel in Portland, Oregon is near the Pearl District. This particular hotel combines modern comforts with old world style. The Mark Spencer opened at the Nortonia Hotel in 1907. The hotel set up in the theater district in order to make it easy for theater attendees to be near the shows. It was also a place for performers to stay while working on stage. In 1966, the hotel was renamed the Mark Spencer, though it still remains a place for performers and the elite to stay.

The Mark Spencer Hotel has standard, junior queen, junior twin, and executive suites for their guests. Each guest will discover a free continental breakfast, the New York Times, and afternoon tea and cookies in the lobby. In the rooms full kitchens, full bathrooms, hair dryers, robes, slippers, televisions, and work areas are provided. Most of the rooms are designed for 2 to 4 people based on standard or suite sizing.

The Mark Spencer is a pet friendly hotel, with nonsmoking rooms only. They also cater to extended residency for individuals who may be on business in Portland frequently. Meetings and banquets can be held at the Mark Spencer throughout the year too.

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