Sera Architects designs AC Hotel Portland

SERA Architects designs AC Hotel Portland
AC Hotel Portland

A 13-story AC Hotel by Marriott is scheduled to open this December in Portland, Ore. With architecture and interiors by Portland-based Sera Architects, AC Hotel Portland will have curated artwork and sculptures from local Portland artists. It will have 204 guestrooms with European‐inspired design, complimentary Wi-Fi connectivity and a flat screen TV.

The lobby will have seating and Wi-Fi, as well as a library and local artifacts.

For dining, the property will have a European-inspired lounge, as well a market with locally curated items and original Portland-made coffee.

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One level of meeting space will be included, featuring 1,220 square feet of glass-enclosed AC Media Salons for small group gatherings.

Other amenities will include a 24-hour fitness center and off-site valet parking.

Sera is working with McWhinney, Sage Hospitality, Mortenson Development and Mortenson Construction on the project at the corner of SW Third Avenue and Taylor Street.

The AC Hotel Portland will target LEED Silver certification.

AC Hotels by Marriott currently has more than 80 hotels in Spain, Italy, Portugal, Denmark, Turkey, France and the US.

AC Hotel Portland

AC Hotel Portland

AC Hotel Portland

AC Hotel Portland

AC Hotel Portland

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