Stimulating stays at Radisson RED Portland Downtown, a buzzing downtown hangout
Rooms and suites
Studio Suite King Bed
Baxter’s pet policy
Our Boston Terrier, Baxter, insists that dogs are invited to the party at Radisson RED. Check out our pet policy and pack their suitcases because your four-legged friends are always welcome.
- Only domestic pets (dogs/cats) are allowed.
- No more than two (2) domestic pets are allowed per room.
- Guests must sign a pet policy agreement.
- If a dog weighs more than 40 pounds, guests should contact the hotel directly to discuss a waiver.
- The pet program at RED includes a bandana, a bed, and a water and food dish.
Meetings & Events
Meetings shouldn't be dull. We hate dull. Our four meeting rooms total 4,100 square feet and are exclusively for those who hate dull, too.
Power up your laptop and stream a slideshow, clear the space for a catered cocktail party or connect to free Wi-Fi to collaborate without saying a word. What you do is up to you; we're just here to help.
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Stay 4 nights for the price of 3North and South America and the Caribbean
Reward yourself with double points
Explore Portland from our perfect city base. Our Radisson RED hotel's downtown location means you're never too far from the city's effortlessly cool and urban destinations. Rent a bike and find the quirky, creative and cultural hot spots Oregon's biggest city has to offer, or head further afield to explore a natural paradise awaiting mere minutes away.
How to get to Radisson RED Portland Downtown
Seven blocks west of Tom McCall Waterfront Park, three blocks south of the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, two blocks east of the Portland Art Museum, and one block north of Portland State University. And to top it off, Portland city blocks are half the size you're used to. Seriously, Radisson RED couldn't be more centrally located.
There are so many things to do here in the Downtown Arts District, it's tempting to try it all. But if you don't venture out farther, you're playing yourself. Board the light rail to tour the Oregon Zoo or Uber out to ski on Mt. Hood. If it's a hipster vibe you're after, stroll the streets of Alberta or bounce on over to Boise, home of the DIY Bar.
From Portland International Airport (PDX):
Downtown Express to SW 5th & Clay stationBy car:
10 miles via NE Sandy Blvd