Hotel deLuxe, originally commissioned by Rufus Mallory, opened its doors as the Hotel Mallory in 1912. Today, the Hotel deLuxe continues to honor the long-standing history of elegance and sophistication, continuing to serve as luxurious retreat in downtown Portland. Our 130 guest rooms, including 14 suites create an inspired, award-winning stay. Designed to emulate the style of Hollywood’s Golden Age, Hotel deLuxe’s interior balances an art deco aesthetic with modern art for a mix of timeless sophistication and serene glamour. Every room and corridor display photographs featuring expertly curated film stills and behind-the-scenes shots from classic 30’s, 40’s, and 50’s films.



    • 130 rooms
    • 8 floors



    • Fitness
    • Pet Friendly
    • Restaurant
    • Room Service
    • In-Room Safe
    • Dry Cleaning
    • 24 Hour Front Desk
    • Bar
    • Bicycle Rentals
    • Concierge Services



    Classic American fare in a star-worthy setting. Gracie’s exudes Hollywood glamour, with soaring ceilings and an abundance of elegance and style. Our menus feature unique, classic American fare and innovative locally sourced Pacific Northwest dishes. We’re open for brunch and dinner and have a selection of breakfast items available until 2 p.m. every day.


    Drift away with us! The Driftwood Room is a Portland landmark, serving thirsty revelers since the cocktail lounge heyday of the 1950′s. Try one of our signature champagne cocktails, take a step back in history with our absinthe fountain service, or sip from our unique Manhattan flights. Temper the tipple with our legendary sizzling forest mushrooms, Kumamoto oyster shooters, and a deLuxe Gorgonzola cheesecake that will knock your socks off.



    729 Southwest 15th Street, Portland, OR, US

    Hotel deLuxe is a decadent respite in the heart of the city, located in a charming pocket of downtown Portland known locally as the Goose Hollow neighborhood. Portland’s best attractions, restaurants, and experiences await. Explore the renowned International Rose Test and Japanese Gardens or meandering trails of Forest Park and breathtaking views from Pittock Mansion tucked within the West Hills. Catch a show at the Artist Repertory Theater, Keller Auditorium, or Portland Center Stage. Cheer on your team at Providence Park, the home stadium of the Portland Timbers and The Thorns. Spend an afternoon at the nearby Portland Art Museum. And, be sure to enjoy the multitude of acclaimed restaurants just minutes by foot from the hotel.