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Portland Spaces Where Ideas Converge

Deliberately intertwined throughout our hotel, the meeting spaces available at Hi-Lo Hotel will leave quite the impression. Whether you’re hosting or attending a client presentation, board meeting or small conference, we will be honored to provide audiovisual support, catering menus and friendly service in the setting that works best for your best work.

We’ve embraced the raw elements in our spaces – cement, dark brick and dark wood. We've raised the standard of meeting rooms in Portland with beautiful brass light fixtures, marble countertops and warm artwork.

Deliberately intertwined throughout our hotel, the meeting spaces available at Hi-Lo Hotel will leave quite the impression. Whether you’re hosting or attending a client presentation, board meeting or small conference, we will be honored to provide audiovisual support, catering menus and friendly service in the setting that works best for your best work.

We’ve embraced the raw elements in our spaces – cement, dark brick and dark wood. We've raised the standard of meeting rooms in Portland with beautiful brass light fixtures, marble countertops and warm artwork.

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The Exchange
891 Square Feet

Reminiscent of our historic building’s name when first constructed in 1910 – The Railway Exchange – this soulful space encourages the ongoing transfer of knowledge and ideas. Located on our lobby level, it embraces ample natural light through large windows.

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The Commons
1191 Square Feet

An accessible place for all to gather, The Commons is a place for business. 

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The Draft
312 Square Feet

Just as a first draft is a starting place – a low, so to speak – The Draft Boardroom is an exceptional venue for gathering up to 12 of your team, putting pen to paper and bringing those rough ideas to life. 

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The Mark
904 Square Feet

When Melvin Mark purchased and renovated the Oregon Pioneer Building in 1962, he had no idea that his work would become the catalyst for the revitalization of the downtown Portland Historic District. Gathering in The Mark today reminds us that simple visions can produce extraordinary results. 

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Thu, May 25, 2017
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Fri, May 26, 2017
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