Imperial Hotel (Portland, Oregon)

Imperial Hotel (Portland, Oregon)

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name = Imperial Hotel
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caption = The Hotel Vintage Plaza, at SW Broadway at Washington Streets.
location = Portland, Oregon
nearest_city =
lat_degrees = 45
lat_minutes = 31
lat_seconds = 14
lat_direction = N
long_degrees = 122
long_minutes = 40
long_seconds = 42
long_direction = W
area =
built = 1894
architect = Frederick Manson White
architecture = Richardsonian Romanesque
added = 1985
visitation_num =
visitation_year =
refnum=85003037 cite web|url=|title=National Register Information System|date=2007-01-23|work=National Register of Historic Places|publisher=National Park Service]
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governing_body =Private
The Hotel Vintage Plaza, formerly the Imperial Hotel and informally The Plaza, is a historic hotel building in downtown, Portland, Oregon.

Built in 1894, the hotel is in the Romanesque architectural style. A glass false storefront was removed in a 1980's renovation, revealing the structure's lower level stonework. The hotel's former name appears in the stonework above the Washington Street entrance. [King, Bart: An Architectural Guidebook to Portland, pgs. 32-33. Gibbs Smith, 2001] It continues on in its role as a hotel today. The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1985. [ cite web
url =
title = National Register of Historic Places: Multnomah County, Oregon
accessdate = 2007-07-27

The Hotel Vintage Plaza is now a boutique hotel owned by Kimpton Hotels. Each room is themed after local wineries. It was named one of the "Top 500 Hotels in the World" by "Travel and Leisure" magazine, and was named "most romantic hotel "by "Citysearch Portland". [ cite web
url =
title = Vintage Plaza Luxury Hotel in Historic Downtown Portland, Oregon
accessdate = 2007-07-27


ee also

*Architecture in Portland, Oregon
*List of Registered Historic Places in Multnomah County, Oregon

External links

* [ Hotel Vintage Plaza official website]

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