Woodlark Hotel is a wedding and event venue in Portland, Oregon. What was once two seperate historic buildings has been reimagined and renovated to be one sophisticated and modern hotel. Located in the heart of Portland’s vibrant downtown, this venue reflects the brimming arts community, lush woodlands, and bold beauty of the area.
Facilities and Capacities
The lower level of this hotel provides couples an impressive 2,160 square feet of event space to host their wedding reception. With four unique spaces to offer, Woodlark Hotel is able to host up to 100 guests. These spaces offer 910 to 190 square feet for couples looking for flexible layout accommodations to create the wedding of their dreams.
Woodlark Hotel offers couples access to their attentive and dedicated staff to help plan their wedding day. Whether it’s an intimate ceremony of elaborate reception, this venue is able to handle all the details, from catering through their in-house restaurant, to gift baskets, and everything in between.
This venue offers couples and their guests a taste of Portland, mixing the familiar and the unexpected in their in-house restaurant, cafe, and bar. Bullard is a “hometown downtown” restaurant where Chef Doug Adams' love of fine food and the Pacific Northwest come together. Abigail Hall is a bar offering handcrafted cocktails, company, and conversations in a relaxed atmosphere. Good Coffee provides grab-and-go breakfast and thoughtfully crafted coffee for guests.
Woodlark Hotel offers you and your guests a variety of rooms to choose from for your big day. They also offer a number of group packages, giving your guests access to a number of extra amenities during their stay. In addition to the standard room with a king bed or two double beds, this hotel offers the following suites:
In 1908, The Cornelius Hotel opened its doors and quickly coined the nickname “The House of Welcome” due to the proximity to the city’s shopping and theater districts. Just four years later the Woodlark Building opened next door as the home of Portland’s pioneer drug store and wholesale pharmacy, completed with an in-house soda fountain. These buildings were named to the National Register of Historic places in 1986 and 2014, before being renovated the what is now known as the Woodlark Hotel in 2015.
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