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The Sky’s the Limit at Jupiter Hotels

Situated in the heart of Northeast Portland, The Jupiter Hotel and Jupiter NEXT boast noteworthy event spaces and nearby activities for groups.

By Amanda Christensen

Exteriors of both The Jupiter Hotel and Jupiter NEXT CREDIT Chris Dibble Photography

A two-in-one experience, The Jupiter Hotel and Jupiter NEXT offer 148 guest rooms and seven event spaces total for flexible gatherings. The two properties sit across the street from each other in the Central Eastside district of Portland and boast on-site restaurants proximity to fitness centers in the area.

Lobby at Jupiter NEXT CREDIT Chris Dibble Photography

“Jupiter Original’s (The Jupiter Hotel) rooms in our converted 1960s moto lodge are located in the middle of the action, with on-site access to Doug Fir Lounge,” says Jake Boye, senior sales manager for the properties. “All 81 rooms [of The Jupiter hotel] feature wall-sized murals and midcentury-modern style furnishings, free Wi-Fi, and a flat-screen TV,” Boye says.

Hey Love restaurant and bar at Jupiter NEXT CREDIT The Jupiter Hotel

At Jupiter NEXT, guest rooms feature floor-to-ceiling windows for breathtaking views of the City of Roses, and Boye notes the “convenient location puts you just steps away from Portland’s top attractions and landmarks,” including sites like Buckman Field Park and Imago Theatre.

Guest room at Jupiter NEXT CREDIT Chris Dibble Photography

Between the seven event spaces across both properties, there is over 10,000 square feet of flexible space from the modern, industrial Arium Ballroom at Jupiter NEXT and the Dream Tent at The Jupiter Hotel filled with greenery and natural light to the Bunker conference room at Jupiter NEXT, and several others.

The Jupiter Hotel’s Dream Tent CREDIT The Jupiter Hotel

“Jupiter offers all-inclusive rentals which cover our clients’ set up, tear down, custom floor plan, furniture, in-house audiovisual [equipment], open arms catering policy, and event coordinators,” says Boye. “We love hosting out-of-the-box events [and want planners to] let our team help curate your event as unique as Portland itself.”

Jupiter NEXT’s secret outdoor garden terrace CREDIT Chris Dibble Photography

Then, when you decide to take a glimpse into the surrounding neighborhood, you’ll find a cluster of culinary experiences from French fare at Le Pigeon and upscale cocktails at Scotch Lodge, to seafood galore at Normandie. “Whether you’re a local resident or just visiting the city, these establishments are definitely worth a visit,” Boye says.

The Flex Lounge Farm Table at The Jupiter Hotel CREDIT The Jupiter Hotel

“We also offer an extensive range of local guides, including weather-based itineraries, staff picks, and so much more to help you get the most out of your stay,” Boye adds.

The Bunker conference room at Jupiter NEXT CREDIT Chris Dibble Photography

Whether it’s a daytime team retreat or yoga class, both Jupiter properties have the flexibility and creativity to create a true-to-Portland event your attendees won’t forget.

The Jupiter Hotel’s Arium Ballroom CREDIT The Jupiter Hotel