In the heart of downtown Portland, the Woodlark Hotel emerges as the epitome of refined luxury, housed within the historic charm of two iconic buildings. It beckons travelers into a world where sophistication meets cinematic flair, a realm that invites inspiration, respite, and rejuvenation. This architectural marvel, created by the renowned John Virginius Bennes in 1908 and formerly known as the Cornelius Hotel, features a distinctive fusion of 20th-century baroque revival. The Woodlark honors history within its walls with Abigail Hall, a stately space featuring a hand-painted mural, a cozy fireplace, and vintage wainscot walls. Named after Abigail Scott Duniway, an Oregon suffrage pioneer, it adds historic elegance to the Woodlark’s charm.