Enjoy an unparalleled host of earth-friendly amenities for greener meetings sustaining the planet.
No matter the focus of your next meeting put sustaining the planet on the agenda at the Nines. The Nines, Portland will make your next event memorable with an unparalleled host of earth-friendly amenities for greener meetings, conferences, and events in approximately 13,500 square feet of Portland meeting rooms.
A glimpse at efforts towards Portland green meetings at the Nines
LOCALLY SOURCEDSeasonal menus which source local & sustainable ingredients which are available throughout our restaurants & catering options.
LEED SILVER CERTIFIEDThe Nines is proud to be LEED Silver Certified Clean Supplies are Green Sealed Certified & meet the LEED and IAQ guidelines.
WASTE MANAGEMENTThe hotel staff compost and recycle with a solid Waste Management Program Energy Conservation-drawing 100% renewable energy; including wind-power & carbon offsets.
WATER CONSERVATIONWater Conservation Program Indoor Air Quality Program 100% Non-Smoking facility.
A Leed Silver Certified Hotel
Located in the heart of downtown Portland, the Nines Hotel is an architectural gem blending classic elegance with the finest features of modern luxury.
Eco-consciousness and Portland green meetings are a unique key to the LEED Silver Certified Hotel (one of only a handful of hotels in the United States to receive this distinction). We have recognized and ensured that efficient plumbing systems are in place to save upwards of 500,000 gallons of water annually and receive 100% of our energy from renewable sources such as wind power and carbon offsets.
CUSTOMIZING OPTIONS AVAILABLE
If you would like to customize your meeting to your own ideal shade of green, you can consult with the dedicated sales professionals at the Nines. You may want to consider the following as additional options we provide upon request:
Make a Green Choice initiative – choose to opt out of daily housekeeping services, water conservation
Use LED lighting & energy monitoring strategies
Water stations instead of water bottles
MAX light rail passes for out-of-town guests