PORTLAND, OR — Sheraton Portland Airport Hotel, the flagship property at Portland International Airport, has completed yearlong, multi-phase, $7.5 million renovation. The concept was built around fractured geometry, drawing inspiration from Portland’s spirit of craft, pioneering and adventure.
The hotel offers 15 versatile upgraded conference and banquet rooms spanning 22,500 sq. ft. of flexible meeting space. Meeting features include a large foyer space outside of each ballroom, complimentary Wi-Fi Internet access and in-house audiovisual services. Small meetings at Sheraton Portland Airport Hotel are now more convenient than ever with the concept of “Meetings in a Minute.” These innovative meeting rooms, which accommodate up to four people, are available for guests and non-hotel guests and offer easy access to computers, printers and wireless internet.
The 215 guestrooms and suites are all updated with contemporary bathrooms, wallpaper, plush carpet and new mattresses. All rooms are now equipped with more media outlets for charging electronic devices to keep guests as “plugged in” as they wish to be.
In addition, the hotel’s dining options have expanded with the opening of Rose & Compass, which focuses on Northwest-inspired cuisine by Executive Chef Floyd Weldon, a Sheraton veteran of 15 years. The new NorthStar Lounge can be utilized for private events or additional restaurant seating and provides a refined space to work or play.