I have stayed at The Edgefield, another wonderful hotel owned by the McMenamins chain, but wanted something in downtown Portland for this weekend trip. Our plane was late so we did not get to the hotel until after 11. Al's Den, the historic pub downstairs, was busy so we had a few pints, a salad and a great cheese plate at the bar attached to the Zeus Cafe. Delicious. It was after midnight when we got back to the hotel, and when we asked the desk clerk how late the soaking pool was open was open he replied "How late do you want it open?" Sweet! We soaked and slept well. Breakfast at the Zeus Cafe was fantastic. A great stay.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located just across the street from the legendary Crystal Ballroom, the Crystal Hotel has 51 comfortable guestrooms, each inspired by a song or performance from the Crystal Ballroom's past 100 years. Colorfully painted panels and headboards anchor the rooms, while deeply-hued walls, black velvet drapery and animal print upholstery lend a rock ‘n’ roll vibe. Large windows afford views of the city from all angles. Room rates include admission to the soaking pool and the opportunity to purchase tickets to the Crystal Ballroom show. With the inclusion of the Zeus Café and free live music at Al’s Den, this downtown hotel combines dining, relaxation and rock and roll history in the heart of the city. ... more less
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