Sentinel is a downtown Portland landmark and Pacific Northwest architectural treasure that offers exceptional service and hospitality.
Excellent location, free wifi, beautiful interiors and comfy beds
Rooms are super cute. Some have no view. Some have a fireplace. Mine had a cute green door.
Nice 4 seater in the lobby for a quick chat. Look up. The ceiling design is something else.
$10 Kure organic juice morning delivery - deadline 10pm night before but I called at 12am and it was fine! 7:30am at my door
A Rose City icon since 1909, this grande dame's Northwest-style touches include mounted wooden deer heads, framed Columbia Gorge sword ferns, and souvenirs of “genuine Portland rain” in the mini-bar.
Very helpful staff - cozy rooms with great beds. Great central location with excellent food carts right around the corner.
The staff was amazing. The view, location and the beds are fantastic!
Their customer service is hands down amazing & I am grateful for the help they gave me! "That's What I'M Talkin AbouT". ! 5***** STAR:)
Wifi in the room is superbly low.
Mitt Romney raised more than $500,000 from Oregon business leaders at a downtown luncheon in Portland.
The hotel’s architect, William C. Knighton, was known for incorporating a bell theme into his designs. These charming accents appear throughout the hotel.
Downtown location is walking distance from Pioneer Place, Powell's and the waterfront.
Emerge Oregon; Second Annual Emerge Oregon Dinner. & Film Screening of "Miss Representation" With a presentation of the Betty Roberts Woman in Leadership Award Friday September 23, 2011 Governor Hotel
Clean and good gym.
Mother's Day brunch ftw!
Gorgeous building! Small bathrooms.
Can charge meals at Jake's to room and lobby adjacent Starbucks offers room service.