Jupiter Hotel

Portland, Oregon

The hotel

Much like its Eastside location, in Portland’s reinvented warehouse district, this former motor inn’s come of age in style. Gracing the pages of Elle Décor, GQ, and Travel + Leisure, Jupiter Hotel has a nod to today’s design trends, but a style all of its own. Both its bar-side and chill-side rooms promise complimentary WiFi, bespoke murals, and chalkboard doors designed so you can unleash your creativity. A canvas for ever-changing artworks curated by Francois Pascal, its gallery’s a hotbed of creative talent; a theme that extends to Doug Fir, the Jupiter’s dining, drinking and live music venue. Serving up American classics, like mac and cheese and apple pie, it attracts cutting-edge acts with its intimate vibe, and was once named one of the USA’s top club venues by Rolling Stones Magazine.

Amenities

  • Bar
  • Internet Access
  • Restaurant

Where is it

Right in Portland’s up-and-coming Eastside, the hotel has dozens of trendy bars, restaurants, microbreweries, and shops in the surrounding streets, as well as galleries and late-night venues nearby.

Hotel information

81 rooms and suites. All with chalkboard canvas front door, custom wall mural, flat screen TV, smartphone speakers, complimentary WiFi and morning coffee. Lobu Rooms have 1 queen-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

Metro Rooms are larger than the Lobu Rooms, and have a 32” flat-screen TV, and 1 queen-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

Metro Max Rooms are larger than the Metro Rooms, and have a separate seating area, and 1 queen-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

Deuce Rooms are larger and have a 32” flat-screen TV, and 2 queen-size beds, sleeping maximum 4 adults.

Doug Fir Lounge and Restaurant (American comfort food and international favourites, with dining room, bar, live music venue, and patio. Breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late night dining). Gallery (hosting exhibitions). Complimentary WiFi. Self-parking $10 plus tax per night (payable locally, subject to change).

*Denotes local charge

Rating summary

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Traveller rating

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Image of the Tripadvisor rating Great value and location for young professionals visiting Portland

Nov 17, 2019 Stephanie S Indianapolis, Indiana

If you’re in your 30s and too old to be in a hostel, but you want a great value in a hip spot this is for you. Close to everything but weekend nightlife is a little noisy. I had no trouble sleeping as the noise was muffled but not for lights sleepers. Clean rooms and nice amenities like free ice and morning coffee/tea in the lobby
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Unsleepable

Nov 16, 2019 gabbymartinalopez

Noise levels were unacceptable not because of the bar/nightlife but because of a lack of control on the hotel’s staff as far as late night activity. I was expecting noise late, I’m in the bar industry and was there for a bar event. But when I have to wake up at 7am every day and they’re allowing other hotel guests to party/scream/fight until… Read more
Noise levels were unacceptable not because of the bar/nightlife but because of a lack of control on the hotel’s staff as far as late night activity. I was expecting noise late, I’m in the bar industry and was there for a bar event. But when I have to wake up at 7am every day and they’re allowing other hotel guests to party/scream/fight until 4-6am, not acceptable. I slept no more than 2 hours the entire week I was there. I booked this location because of its convenience- I will absolutely never book here again. There should certainly be a 3am cut off for open doors/loud parties within the hotel itself. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Go for fun not for work

Nov 13, 2019 acattermole

only one outlet in the room which is far from desk, table and chair setting was tiny and very uncomfortable. Bed was terrible to sleep on and sleeping early was a bad option due to the the crowd outside drinking and concert. The staff is amazing and location is great.
Image of the Tripadvisor rating It was an experience

Nov 12, 2019 Skandrews

The "Jupiter Hotel" is NOT "Jupiter Next" so be careful of the pictures on the website, you are probably looking at the pictures of rooms in the newer hotel. The OG Jupiter is obviously a 60s hotel remodeled, but the walls are not remodeled and they are THIN. The noise on the Friday night we stayed was THUMPING. And we, according to the person I… Read more
The "Jupiter Hotel" is NOT "Jupiter Next" so be careful of the pictures on the website, you are probably looking at the pictures of rooms in the newer hotel. The OG Jupiter is obviously a 60s hotel remodeled, but the walls are not remodeled and they are THIN. The noise on the Friday night we stayed was THUMPING. And we, according to the person I made the reservation with, were on the "quieter side" of the hotel. HA! No. The rooms are TINY. This place is NOT for anyone over 30. This place is for the young ones that want to go to the club next door and walk to their room to crash. Which is fine! Good idea! Just don't drive down from Seattle looking for a restful place to lay your head for the night; you wont find it here. But. . the bed was comfortable and it is dog friendly. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Next to a lot of noise

Nov 9, 2019 kia15184 Washington DC, District of Columbia

If you have to stay at one of the two properties stay at the Next. The noise of the Jupiter was ridiculous. Staff not that accommodating in resolving issue, when it was clearly guest NOT the bar venue making noise at 3am to 5am. I’m NOT a complainer but it was ridiculous. The amenities are really at the Jupiter Next. Maybe it’s quieter too