PLACES, THINGS, STORIES AND PEOPLE
There's always things going on at The Society Hotel. Check out what's happening at all of our locations.
Any business opening is special, as you hope to share your vision and something new with the world. But on the cusp of the end of the pandemic, and witnessing the most important social justice movement of our lifetime, we have to say that this re-opening feels a little extra special.
Portland is filled with amazing shops, restaurants, and parks to explore. But the really good stuff is just off the beaten path, maybe even hidden in plain sight. Here’s a local’s guide to some of the really fun hidden stuff to do in Portland, and it’s all totally open:
If you're wondering what's open in Old Town Chinatown Portland, look no further. We've built an interactive and frequently-updated map that outlines all the businesses who are open, and would love your support!
At this time, we are trying our best to reduce the impact on the guest experience while also complying with local regulations. In this post you will find some adjustments to our operations during your stay. We will continue to keep this page updated and communicate any additional changes to guests prior to arrival.
This trusty guide to Portland restaurants open after midnight will help you find that late-night bite in downtown when most of the all-ages spots have already closed their doors. We've narrowed down some of our favorite spots to grab food near Old Town/Chinatown that are open to anybody, serve food until 2am or later, and we've outlined which of them even offer vegan options!
Your first day in any new city can be both intimidating and exhilarating. Many people traveling to Portland have a very specific idea of what the city is supposed to be like, based on what they've read, heard or seen on TV (we're looking at you, Portlandia). Here's a few of the Portland quirks to know about, to help you start feeling like a local right away!
Looking for something to do while it’s pouring outside in downtown Portland? Look no further. We’ve compiled a list of some of our favorite things to do in this city when it’s wet outside.
Portland has plenty to offer for anybody traveling on a budget! There’s always something interesting going on somewhere in the city for those adventurous enough to seek it out. Here are some of our favorite go-to spots that offer a couple hours worth of entertainment, and won’t break the bank.
In our new recurring series, we explore all the best things to do in Portland while using Trimet. This article covers the #8 bus line, whether you're taking it Northbound or Southbound, including the Portland Art Museum, Saturday Market, some of our favorite bars, a unique thrift store and secret jazz spot.