Radisson RED Portland Downtown: Smart. Social. Stimulating.
Feel bold and beautiful with Love-Yourself Lighting at RED
Inspired, inspiring, and modern, our studios let you connect to yourself and to the internet—free Wi-Fi for the win. With Love-Yourself Lighting, you can keep the darkness at bay while you’re getting ready for a night out or lie back to admire art that delights all on its own. We’ve also covered all the basics. In-room coffee? Professional hair dryer? Picnic table? Check, check, and check.
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.
Meet with movers and makers in our tech’d-out event spaces
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.
Restaurant and bar
OUIBar + KTCHN definitely has a flair for flavor. The menu is teeming with international street fare and regional microbrews, meaning you can go global while supporting local. Best of all, you can order anywhere via our Radisson RED app.
Our restaurant may have opening hours, but your stomach sets its own schedule. We get it. That’s why we also provide Grab & Go options, available 24 hours a day.
6:30–10 am | Breakfast, daily
11 am–3:30 pm | Lunch, daily
3:30–5:30 pm | Happy hour, Monday–Saturday
2–5:30 pm | Happy hour, Sunday
5–10 pm | Dinner, daily
Things to do in Portland
There are so many things to do in the Downtown Arts District, it’s tempting to try it all. But if you don't venture farther out, you're only playing yourself. Board the light rail for events at the Oregon Convention Center, or Uber out to ski on Mt. Hood. The hipster spirit is strong in Alberta, where you can shop for frocks with fashionistas or see Evil Dead the Musical in a 1920s theater. Want to put your mark on the city? Bounce over to Boise for macramé and mimosas at DIY Bar. Here are a few classic must-visits:
How to get to Radisson RED Portland Downtown
RED is 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. Check out our current deals.
From Portland International Airport (PDX):
Take the Blue Star Downtown Express shuttle to the SW 5th and Clay station.By car:
Drive about 10 miles southwest via NE Sandy Boulevard.