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|Distance to city centre||0.3 km|
|"Staff was very friendly and accommodating."||(in 74 reviews)|
|"Staff was very friendly and accommodating."||(in 8 reviews)|
|"Beautiful hotel with very cool theme."||(in 29 reviews)|
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|beautiful hotel||in 46 reviews|
|beds and pillows||in 47 reviews|
|bit pricey||in 2 reviews|
|chair to relax||in 14 reviews|
|desk staff||in 118 reviews|
|door to the bathroom was both glass||in 23 reviews|
|downtown portland||in 4 reviews|
|food was great||in 22 reviews|
|friendly staff||in 87 reviews|
|good room||in 47 reviews|
|great location||in 41 reviews|
|great place||in 7 reviews|
|hotel restaurant||in 15 reviews|
|lobby area||in 4 reviews|
|personable and very accommodating||in 19 reviews|
|shuttle service||in 19 reviews|
|valet attendants||in 3 reviews|
Love the location , friendly helpful staff, beautiful clean room and very comfortable bed
The toilet paper was like sandpaper.
Great Valet guy and front desk staff upon check in , very welcoming from the get go . Great room , lovely decor . Nice bar and friendly bar tender . Restaurant server Kayla was a sweetheart .
Food in the Union restaurant was just ok, nothing to rush back for , Scallops were cooked well but what it was served with was uninteresting . Pork tenderloin special was only average and did not look appetizing at all, presentation for the price was very basic . Host for restaurant was excellent .
Service was excellent.
For $450 a night, don’t buckle and dime me with a $10 room service charge and high parking fees.
The hotel is inspired by the history of the Press. Around every corner in every closet corridor and even on the back of chairs is homage to writing and the Press
Once known as the Portland Press Herald built in 1923, the Press Hotel Autograph Collection now occupies the building and sits at the same corner of Exchange and Congress Streets in downtown Portland. This full-service boutique hotel captures both the downtown scene of Portland and the essence of the news building it habits, complete with an amazing guest experience.
Inspiration for each room comes from the writer’s offices of the previous area. All of the hotel’s 110 guest room and suites have a vintage-styled journalist deck and wood floors with a herringbone area as a centerpiece. Oversized windows provide a fresh breeze and natural light to help view the local work of artists and artisans also featured in each room. Of course, guests will also appreciate complimentary water, tea or coffee along with bathrobes, a mini-fridge, an in-room safe, and complimentary WiFi throughout.
UNION Restaurant and Lounge gives guests both farm-to-table and sea-to-table dining experiences with original takes on classic American favorites. The second option is Inkwell Bar that offers hand-crafted cocktails, Portland microbrews, and small plates of food in the former City Room of the Press Herald.
While at the Press Hotel Autograph Collection, guests have 24-7 access to the fitness center, hotel bikes, turndown service, and Akari Spa that is located just a block down the street. The hotel is also ideal for meeting and events with four spaces varying from 300 to 1,170 square feet. Outside of the hotel, guests can engage with Casco Bay hiking and trails along with amazing Portland sights and food.
based on 699 reviews
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- Friendly service
- Great shower
- Stylish hotel
- Beautiful architecture
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