Woodlark Hotel

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.

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