Autograph Collection Hotels debuts in revived Oregon Pioneer Building in Portland, Oregon

The hotel was first built in 1910 as The Railway Express Building. The revival involved Orlando Diaz-Azcuy Design Associates, Arris Studio Architects, OMFGC and Jessica Helgerson Interior Design.

Marriott International’s Autograph Collection Hotels has come to Oregon with the opening of the Hi-Lo Hotel.

Situated in the Oregon Pioneer Building in downtown Portland, the boutique hotel was first built in 1910 as The Railway Express Building, the city’s first concrete building. It became known as Project Cinderella when it was revived in 1962.

The team of Orlando Diaz-Azcuy Design Associates, Arris Studio Architects, and Portland-based groups OMFGC and Jessica Helgerson Interior Design were all involved in the revival of the building

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Located in downtown Portland, the hotel was inspired by the Oregonian landscape. Each of the 120 guestrooms and suites has modern organic furnishings and local handcrafted bathroom amenities by Maak Lab, featuring a custom scent designed exclusively for Hi-Lo Hotel. The rooms also have in-room entertainment systems with Netflix.

The public spaces have modern art and locally-sourced furniture.


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