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Congress Location - DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Portland  

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Portland 


Doubletree by Hilton Portland
1000 NE Multnomah St. 

Portland, OR 97232

Discounted rates are available to 2021 GWCO Congress attendees and exhibitors at DoubleTree by Hilton Portland. To make your reservations:

  1. Hilton Link:
  2. Central Reservations Office: Guests can make reservations by phone 24 hours a day and 7 days a week through the DoubleTree by Hilton Central Reservations office by calling toll free 1-800-996-0510. 

Group Code – The 2021 GWCO Congress group discount code is GWCPlease refer to this code when making your reservations. This code will pull up all group details and will ensure that you are linked to the GWCO Congress attendee group.

Cut-off Date – The cut-off date for all guestroom reservations is the end of day on September 22, 2021.  Any attendees who wish to make reservations past this date will be subject to the hotel’s current rate at the time of booking. 

Standard Guestroom:  $165.00 per night
Check-in: 4:00 pm | Check-out: 12 pm

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Use Group Code: GWC

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Air Travel

The closest airport is the Portland International Airport (PDX). Travel time from PDX to the DoubleTree by Hilton Portland is about 20-30 minutes, it can be longer if there is traffic. 

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Getting Around

The Doubletree by Hilton Portland is one block from Lloyd Center shopping, and the local MAX Light Rail station is next door, linking to downtown Portland and the airport. Major bus routes are also located all around our Lloyd District location.

The Portland Streetcar provides service to OMSI, Downtown, the Pearl District, Portland State University, Nob Hill, and South Waterfront.

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Portland weather in October is mild with average highs around 65 degrees F and lows around 46 degrees F.

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Top 10 Things To Do While Visiting Portland, Oregon

1. Powell's City of Books (All Ages)

Covering an entire city block, Powell’s City of Books is more than a great bookstore: It’s a microcosm of Portland, packed with smart and eclectic offerings, passionate people. And, just like Portland, it’s open 365 days a year! This Portland landmark is also the world's largest new and used bookstore. If you're a lover of books, Powell's is a must! Click the photo for more information.


2. Oregon Zoo (All Ages)

The Oregon Zoo is a 64-acre wonderland for animal lovers! Start off your Zoo visit by learning more about the animals of the Great Northwest and check out the family farm where you can brush goats! Visit “Africa” and see all the amazing animals from the predators of the Serengeti to the African Savanna. From there you can head to the Elephant Lands! The primates at the Oregon Zoo are known for putting on a show for their guests! See Polar Bears in Pacific Shores and watch the penguins swim. Get an overall look at the Zoo by taking the Zoo train! Certain to be a full day of walking bring some good shoes! You can rent strollers, wheelchairs and electric scooters. The Oregon Zoo is accessible to everyone. Click the photo and check out their website for hours and pricing. Advance online ticket reservations are highly recommended for all guests.

3. OMSI (All Ages)

The Oregon Museum of Science and Industry is a science and technology museum.
There is so much to see at OMSI whether you want to catch a movie at the IMAX Theater, climb aboard a real submarine or gaze at the stars in their impressive planetarium. There is certainly something for everyone. Visit their website by clicking the photo to learn more about OMSI, featured exhibits and to plan your visit!

4. Washington Park (All Ages)

We love our parks in Portland! There are so many great parks to visit here. Washington Park is one of the oldest parks in Portland with a rich history. It is home to the International Rose Test Garden (and we are the Rose City!), Portland Japanese Garden, Hoyt Arboretum, the Oregon Zoo and so much more! Things to do at Washington Park include: Paths paved and unpaved for hiking or biking (lighted at night), large playground with sand box, soccer field, outdoor stage, tennis court, public art and picnic tables. In the main circle of the park is the Chiming Fountain. Water drips from one bronze pan to another and gargoyles around the base spout water! For more information about Washington Park click the photo and visit their website.

5. Portland Waterfront! (All Ages)

Portland has an amazing waterfront with a loop that you can explore by foot or by bike. On the waterfront next to the Burnside Bridge is the famous Portland Saturday Market. Enjoy some delicious food, check out arts and crafts from local artisans, purchase fresh produce, get your face painted and see the famous “Keep Portland Weird” motto working in action! As you explore downtown Portland you will come across some of the most spectacular fountains you have ever seen! If the sun is out you can always find children playing in the fountains on the waterfront! The most famous for playing is the Salmon Street Springs fountain located at 1000 SW Naito Pkwy. Check out the links below for more information.

6. Tax-Free Shopping! (All Ages)

Go beyond the Lloyd Center Mall and shop in the heart of the city at Pioneer Place 700 SW 5th Ave. Three stories of shopping encompassing 4 city blocks! Pioneer Place sits between Max Light Rail platforms, and faces the Fifth Avenue section of the Portland Transit Mall making getting around a breeze! Shop nearby stores including: Nordstrom, Nordstrom Rack, Macy’s and many more! Click the photo for a link to guide you to shopping Downtown.

7. The Food Cart Experience (All Ages)

Portland has become famous for its food and more specifically Portland loves food carts! With over 500 food carts available most are organized into “pods”. Find a pod to visit or take a food cart tour! Click the photo for Travel Portland's food cart pod locations and information for all Portland neighborhoods. There's something for everyone!

8. Walking Tours of Portland (All Ages Depending on Tour)

Portlanders love to see — and show off — their city on foot. A walking tour lets you experience a street-level view of the supremely walkable city. Led by knowledgeable locals, they combine entertainment, education and exercise. Check out the links below or click on the photo for all types of walking tours Portland has to offer! 

9. City Brew Tours (Ages 21+)

Hop on the bus for an all-inclusive tasting experience providing insider access to discover the best breweries, cideries, distilleries, donut shops, and coffee roasters in Portland, Oregon. Leave buzzing in the elated state of BREWVANA with a new appreciation for craft, Portland and life. Click on the photo to find the tour for you!

10. Portland Night Life (21+)

What are your favorite nightlife activities? Chances are Portland has something for you! Check out Happy Hours in Portland. Create your own music with a little karaoke at The Alibi Tiki Lounge or catch a live show at one of the many enchanting music venues. If something spooky is what you're after, check out Raven's Manor and book an Elixir Experience! If what you really need is a laugh then head down to the Helium Comedy Club. For more information, click on the photo.


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