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Sentinel, A Provenance Hotel

614 SW 11th Ave. (SW Alder St.) Send to Phone
PortlandOR 97205
503-224-3400  | RESERVE NOW!
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A modern destination hotel for movers and shakers in downtown Portland. Sentinel, A Provenance Hotel is one of GAYOT's 2014 Top 10 Portland Hotels | Top 10 Portland Business Hotels | Top 10 Portland Romantic Hotels


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Sentinel, A Provenance Hotel Review

: With an enviable location in the heart of Portland’s city center, it’s no wonder the renovated Sentinel (formerly the Governor Hotel) attracts a creative-minded clientele intent on making the most of this forward-thinking city’s entrepreneurial spirit. Within two historic buildings, updates and improvements have put a new face on Sentinel’s grand lobby, guest rooms and suites, adding fashionable features like emerald-hued décor, Simmons Beautyrest Black Napa mattresses, Portland-inspired details and an art collection of black-and-white historical photographs. Contemporary services and amenities include clever offerings such as a “Make It So” room service button; pillow, spiritual, and iPod menus; and pints of gourmet hand-packed Salt & Straw ice cream delivered directly to guest rooms upon request. It’s easy to find the hotel; just look for the robotic sculptures that stand watch from the top of the building. On-site Jackknife lounge opened in the spring of 2014 to delight diners with cocktails, craft beer, bubbly, small plates and a sleek atmosphere defined by reclaimed materials and architectural appeal.

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