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.
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