The Ultimate Travel Guide to Portland, Oregon | Portland is one of those cities that I visit over and over again because it feels a little like going home where there's a bit of everything to enjoy. If you are wondering what to do, where the best restaurants are and what hotel to stay in when traveling to Portland, I've got it all here for you in an quick and easy guide. The spots I've listed are deep rooted in my heart and in my stomach and I guarantee you'll love it as much as I do. Enjoy!
Driving Route 1 is an iconic California experience, and one that’s made immeasurably easier by the fact that the road passes through cities and towns that are equipped for visitors—meaning that the hotels and restaurants …
SALISH LODGE & SPA — SNOQUALMIE, WASHINGTON Readers' rating: 84.283 Built in 1916 as a rest stop for travelers, this Cascade Mountains property is set above 270-foot-high Snoqualmie Falls. The setting for the TV series Twin Peaks, it’s a quick day trip from Seattle (or a weekend escape) with the sound of the falls 24/7, fireplaces in guest rooms, a well-stocked wine cellar, and a stunning spa.
Thanks in part to a prime downtown location near Pike Place Market and sweeping views of the Olympic Mountains and Elliott Bay, the Four Seasons Hotel Seattle bested Washington’s other hotels with a score of 92.842. In June, the luxury hotel opened the Goldfinch Tavern, which serves cuisine highlighting the bounty of the Pacific Northwest, especially fresh seafood.