Designed to express the beauty and spirit of the Pacific Northwest, The Heathman Lodge brings the splendor of the outdoors into the city of Vancouver. The rustic charm of our mountain-like retreat, enhanced by modern urban amenities and exceptional service, creates a lodging atmosphere that is peaceful and productive. 182 lodge-styled guestrooms, four-star dining in Hudson’s Bar & Grill, indoor pool and a fireside lounge all await your arrival.
Made In Oregon’s first store opened at Portland International Airport in 1975. Since then they’ve built a solid reputation as vendors of high quality, local products made, caught, or grown in Oregon. For the last 40 years, Made in Oregon has supported the local economy by sourcing and selling artisan and farm products. They’ve invested in hundreds of small businesses and Oregon people who make, grow, and bring good things to the market. With nine locations across the state, it’s easy to find local, hand-made products that showcase what makes the Oregon culture so unique. Portland International Airport Locations: Concourse C: 503.335.6563 Concourse D: 503.493.5970 Oregon Market: 503.282.7827
Inspired by Hawaiian traditions of natural healing, Kanani Pearl Spa offers a return to the scents of the islands with papaya-pineapple body polish, island espresso mud wrap and ginger lime lomilomi massage. Kanani specializes in corrective and healthy aging facials from Epicuren, Naturopathica and IS Clinical, as well as premiere waxing services. Endermologie by LPG offers detoxification and cellulite management. Kanani boutique spa integrates therapy and relaxation. Come let the waterfalls of Kanani Pearl return you to your island dreams.
Located on the corner of NW 12th and Everett in the Pearl District, Piattino is a gorgeous respite with wood-fired everything, from half hens to smoked sausage pizza. It combines Italian flavor with the colorful bounty of fresh Northwest ingredients to bring you healthy and unique menus tailored to fit any plate. We hand-select the freshest produce, meats and poultry to create a meal that will be an enchanting event. Combined with artistic presentation and refined professional service, your dining experience or event will be an occasion you and your guests will never forget.
Gorge Performance is Portland’s source for all things surfing, SUP-ing, kiteboarding, windsurfing, snowboarding and skateboarding. Gorge is family-owned and staffed by boarders who are happy to help and share their knowledge. The shop stocks a huge selection of boards (new and used), kites, wetsuits and accessories at the lowest prices in town—guaranteed! Services include consignment sales, rentals, lessons and expert board repairs on site. Boarders helping boarders since 1983.
Spectacular vistas and a thrilling ride This fully narrated tour covers 60 miles of the Columbia River, aboard the Explorer, to the “Heart of the Gorge” — Cascade Locks, Oregon. The Portland skyline will unfold into the natural beauty of Multnomah Falls and the majestic Gorge. Experience the locks at Bonneville Dam before we stop in Cascade Locks. Enjoy a relaxing lunch at Locks Waterfront Cafe and shop at the Visitor’s Center gift shop before the return-trip to Portland. View an interactive map of the Heart of the Gorge Cruise route. Daily June-September Boarding at 8:15am cruising 8:30am-3:30pm Adults $88 Seniors(60+) $80 Children(4-12) $80 Prices do not include taxes, landing fees, and any other applicable charges See the City Of Bridges from a whole new view. Portland Spirit will guide you on this river tour of Portland’s famous bridges. Travel from the St. John’s to the Sellwood Bridge while enjoying the colorful history of Portland’s ten landmark crossings…
Henry Pittock arrived in Oregon via wagon train in 1853 at just 19 years old. In 1860, as payment for back wages, he became owner of The Oregonian and subsequently married his wife, Georgiana. So began a life of entrepreneurism for Pittock and one of philanthropy for Georgiana. In 1914, the grand home designed for the Pittocks by Oregon architect Edward Foulkes was completed, and eleven family members moved into the mansion that overlooks Portland and Mt. Hood from the city’s northwestern hills. By the early 1960s, the home lay vacant. The City of Portland bought the property for $225,000 and has since restored the home to its original grandeur. Stroll the lush gardens, take in the views and tour the museum daily. pittockmansion.org
IF ITS SHOPS ARE ANY INDICATOR, Northeast Portland’s residents are likely the best manicured, tattooed, caffeinated beer-drinkers who ever set foot to pedal. Among other things, Northeast Portland is home to scores of tattoo parlors, spas, yoga studios, breweries and the powerful mani-pedi lobby. Once a bedroom community for Portland industry, Northeast—bordered by Burnside to the south, the Columbia River to the north, Williams Avenue to the west and past I-205 to the east—is a cultural destination, a Brooklyn-on-the-Columbia.
St. Jack is an ode to the bouchons, or esteemed cafes of Lyon, France, and to Chef Aaron Barnett’s take on the humble excellence of rustic French cuisine. Situated on a comfortable neighborhood corner in Southeast Portland, St. Jack’ s features both a traditional pâtisserie and restaurant in an unassuming 19th century home.