Hotel Lucia is a Portland tradition that embodies Portland next. It’s a luxurious boutique respite located in the midst of downtown. Just minutes away from Pioneer Court House Square and the illustrious Pearl District, Hotel Lucia is ideal for exploring the boutique shops and restaurants of Portland’s vibrant metropolis.
Originally an extension of the Imperial Hotel, the building was first constructed in 1909. It was a popular gathering spot for visitors to Portland, the building itself was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2003 and is entwined with Portland’s history. Although the building has since been completely renovated, we’ve retained the Imperial Hotel’s old charm while adding elements of art deco and modern appeal.
Besides the remarkably spacious accommodations, Hotel Lucia is famous for its photography collection. Their gallery features the largest collection of black and white photography by Pulitzer Prize winner and native Oregonian David Hume Kennerly. Walking through Hotel Lucia, you’ll discover an eclectic collection of Kennerly imagery – from politicians to celebrities – and experience first hand his remarkable ability to reveal the drama, vulnerability and spontaneity of life.
Portland is foodie central, but that doesn’t mean you have to wander far from Hotel Lucia for delectable eats. The hotel is attached to The Imperial, one of the top restaurants in Portland, Oregon.