Looking for MusicfestNW Hotels? We’ve got you covered this year.
Hotel Fifty MusicfestNW Hotels
Starting around $184.00 per night
Hotel Fifty is billed as ‘the official hotel’ of MusicfestNW this year. Amenities include waterfront location, free public WiFi, on-site covered parking, premium beds and a bistro & bar.
“We stayed here last year for MusicfestNW and it was awesome. Staff was super accommodating, ended up upgrading our room when they had trouble processing our original reservation. The room was awesome but we barely spent any time there, the surrounding area was just way too appealing. Better things happen outdoors.”
Hotel Lucia MusicfestNW Hotels
Starting around $189.00 per night
Hotel Lucia is pretty standard as far as Portland hotels go, but that by no means reflects anything less than a quality stay. Amenities include a 24-hour fitness center, 24-hour room service, in-room Portland coffee and iPod docking stations.
“I stayed at the Lucia and it’s a good hotel for the money. My friend ended up bringing his dog for one day we were there which was actually allowed, we just had to pay a service fee. You don’t usually see that anywhere else.”
Jupiter Hotel MusicfestNW Hotels
Starting around $159.00 per night
Our editor’s choice hotel this year, the Jupiter Hotel is one of the more popular hotels in the area based off pricing, but they still offer some pretty awesome rooms that follow a minimalist design. Standard amenities with the option to stay close to the Bar Patio (ideal for late nights) or the Chill Side for more reserved stays.
“I love the Jupiter! Booked a room with some friends and was worried we might get some noise complaints but the way they have the hotel organized I guess allowed us to avoid that. Really don’t have a complaint about anything.”
Red Lion Hotel MusicfestNW Hotels
Starting around $89.00 per night
The Red Lion has mixed reviews but very flexible rates. We’ve been told it’s a little more of a reserved stay but the location and price remain outstanding. Amenities include large room spaces, free public WiFi, flat screen TVs and 24-hour convenience center.
“The Red Lion has a slightly worn out exterior appearance. However, the interior is pleasant albeit showing its age with its slow moving elevators being the giveaway.”