Discover an eclectic mix of uniquely Portland attractions & let our concierge team be your guide.
The NINES is centrally located in downtown Portland, next to Pioneer Square and the Central Business District. Housed in a beautiful, historic building, our hotel is the ideal base for exploring the local area.
Peruse independent shops and boutiques, dine in the trendy Pearl District, see a Broadway show, visit museums, enjoy the outdoors at Waterfront Park, and more.
Located just a short drive from Willamette Valley (about 30 miles), guests staying at The Nines in downtown Portland can experience the perfect wine country escape.
We’re also steps from the eco-friendly MAX Light Rail which offers a convenient and reliable way to enjoy day trip adventures to places like Washington Park. There, you’ll find even more attractions, including the Oregon Zoo and the Portland Japanese Garden, among others.
Craft Your Portland Itinerary – To The Nines
The Nines Concierge Team will be happy to assist you with everything from reservations and directions to helping you curate the Portland experience that is just right for you.
Portland Rose Gardens
Established in 1917, the International Rose Test Garden (known as the Portland Rose Garden) is the oldest official, continuously operated public rose test garden in the U.S.Learn More
Tom McCall Waterfront Park
Situated along the Willamette River in downtown Portland, this 36-acre park is home to popular annual festivals.Learn More
Voodoo Doughnut is a Portland institution known for its Insta-worthy doughnut concoctions, quirky décor, and signature bubblegum pink pastry boxes.Learn More
Also known as Portland’s living room, the expansive public park is the center piece of downtown Portland where more than 300 events are held each year.Learn More
Portland Saturday Market
Peruse stalls and shop arts and crafts at Portland Saturday Market which is nationally recognized as the largest continuously operating market of its kind in the country.Learn More
Oregon Museum of Science and Industry
OMSI is one of the nation’s top science and technology museums. It houses five expansive halls filled with interactive exhibits and hands-on activities for all ages.Learn More
House Spirits Distillery
A grassroots craft distillery and manufacturer of the acclaimed Westward Whiskey, House Spirits features a distillery and tasting room in Portland’s Central Eastside District.Learn More
Portland Japanese Garden
Known as “the most beautiful and authentic Japanese garden in the world outside of Japan,” the garden is an icon of Washington Park.Learn More
Founded in 1888, this 64-acre zoo is among the numerous attractions you’ll find at Washington Park.Learn More
Portland Art Museum
The Portland Art Museum is the oldest institution of its kind in the Pacific Northwest and features a collection of more than 50,000 objects that represent the history of art from ancient times to today.Learn More
The Portland Center for the Performing Arts
A Premier arts and entertainment venue in the Pacific Northwest, the Portland Center for the Performing Arts is nationally recognized as one of the top 10 performing arts centers in the nation.Learn More
Base Camp Brewing
Base Camp Brewing's brewhouse and taproom are located in the heart of Portland in Oregon's brewery district. Visit them during your stay at The Nines and experience their beers on tap, in the beer cooler, and on the trail!Learn More
Cascade Barrel House
A pioneer of the Northwest style sour beer movement, Cascade Barrel House prides themselves as being artisanal brewers unbound by stylistic guidelines.Learn More
Perched in the hills west of downtown, Washington Park is an expansive greenspace home to miles of lovely walking trails and top year-round attractions.Learn More
The spectacular Multnomah Falls is the tallest waterfall in Oregon at 600 feet and the third tallest year-round waterfall in the United States.Learn More
Occupying an entire city block, Powell’s City of Books is a Portland landmark and the world’s largest independent bookstore.Learn More
Go on a wine-tasting road trip through Oregon’s Willamette Valley and discover the picturesque wine country in Portland.Learn More