Within the historic Old Town Chinatown of Portland, Oregon, a new boutique accommodation stands out in the neighbourhood.
In a building dating back to 1906, The Hoxton by London-based hospitality group Ennismore takes over the site of the former Grove Hotel.
Featuring a redesign by their in-house team, Ennismore Design Studio, The Hoxton is dressed with modernist-inspired interiors: beautiful walnut panelling and timber columns; lush, patterned velvet and leather seating; colour motifs of rust, emerald, navy; white-tile walls against blue and mustard-tile floors.
The hotel’s 119 rooms, categorised into Shoe Box, Snug, Cosy and Roomy, are slathered in natural light thanks to generous floor-to-ceiling windows. Original artwork selected by local gallery Upfor feature in the rooms, as well as ceramics by local makers Clay Factor, and shelves with books handpicked by locals – also known as Hox Friends, 119 of them each paired to a room by the hotel to curate its book selection and offer neighbourhood tips.
Guests also get a fridge stocked with local, supermarket-priced provisions, and a daily emergency breakfast bag.
A trio of dining options, designed by Ennismore and Fettle Design, are available on-site: all-day dining La Neta on the ground floor, offering Mexican-inspired cuisine; rooftop taqueria Tope; and a basement bar featuring cocktails focused on rice-based spirits and Asian ingredients, as well as American-Chinese fare.
Soon-to-open at The Hoxton is The Apartment, a multifunctional venue dedicated to brainstorming sessions, photoshoots, as well as parties and events.
The Hoxton, Portland is the brand’s second hotel in the US, the first being in Williamsburg. Other locations include Holborn and Shoreditch in London, Amsterdam and Paris.
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Images courtesy of The Hoxton, Portland/Ennismore