Whirlwind Weekend

Whirlwind Weekend

PORTLAND, Ore. — Why everyone in the world hasn’t up and moved to Portland is a mystery. Beyond being virtually pollution-free, surrounded by lush greenery and, at 568,300 people, a manageable size, it’s home to the kinds of people many folks would want as neighbors: laid back, eco-conscious city dwellers who love quality restaurants and art galleries and are as game for an...

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Fodor’s

Downtown Portland’s newest boutique hotel is a welcome reincarnation of the grimy Days Inn that used to occupy this block. read more

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Hotel Modera Debuts

Before urban renewal took a dump on the areas we refer to as the South Auditorium District and University District, a neighborhood called South Portland was one of the most unique and diverse neighborhoods in the city. Today, with notable buildings like the PSU Rec Center and Cyan Condominiums in the works, Seattle-based Posh ventures was smart to purchase the ailing Days Inn in 2007 and hire the...

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Hotel & Motel Management

Portland, Ore. – Hotel Modera will open its doors on May 30, 2008 – two weeks ahead of schedule. The new upscale boutique hotel has undergone a massive renovation of the space, choosing to embrace its mid-modern original architecture, particularly the warm, inviting elements of that design style throughout the hotel. (Content no loner online)

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Hotel Business Article

Hotel Business Article

When the Hotel Modera opens in Portland, OR, this summer there will be some evidence of its past life but many new touches designed to give it a warm, welcoming and upscale image. The boutique hotel is being created in a structure that was built in 1962 and originally was a motor lodge.  Read...

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Ultra PDX

Or rather the soon-to-be Hotel Modera and one-time Portland Inn/Day’s Inn circa 1962 at SW Clay and 5th. Anticipate the renovation of this central hotel that promises the kind of distinctive design polish you see at few Portland hotels. Because of the steady hand of interior design firm CorsoStaicoff (Hotel Murano, Hotel Max) and Holst Architecture (Belmont Street Lofts, 937 Condominiums,...

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