Area Attractions

Explore Portland’s east and west sides easily from your central location at Hyatt Regency Portland at the Oregon Convention Center. Cross the Willamette River to tour notable green spaces at Washington Park, walk to the cultural hubs of the East or Westside neighborhoods, or catch a concert or game at the Moda Center, just down the street from our hotel.

Hyatt Regency Portland at the Oregon Convention Center

375 NE Holladay Street
Portland, Oregon, United States, 97232

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Local Food + Drink

Beast

Sit down at communal tables inside this James Beard Award-winning fine dining restaurant, which lives up to the hype with a six-course prix fixe menu of seasonal selections. It has previously included dishes like American Wagyu strip loin roast, chicken gorgonzola scarpinocc, and fresh scallops.

Nomad PDX

This pathbreaking farm-to-table restaurant from chef Ryan Fox serves artfully presented dishes from an ever-changing menu, which has included petrale sole, truffle, and leche de tigre. Pair natural, additive-free wines with adventurous entrees.

Family Attractions

Moda Center

You can’t miss this 20,000-seat arena (formerly the Rose Garden) as you approach the hotel—it’s only a six-minute walk away. Stop by to watch professional basketball games, attend concerts, or catch live shows.

Portland Children’s Museum

Full of exhibits designed to foster creativity and interactive-based learning, this long-established museum hosts a construction zone, a clay studio, a water works, and a garden maze.

Destination

Lan Su Chinese Garden

Admire the lotus blossoms in the pond of this classical walled garden, built in the style of the Ming Dynasty. It features hundreds of plant species indigenous to China, as well as a traditional two-story teahouse overlooking the garden.

International Rose Test Garden

One of the most famed attractions in the “City of Roses,” this tranquil space is home to 10,000 rose bushes. Among the 650 species of roses represented are many rare varieties sent from around the world.

Portland Japanese Garden

Take in sweeping views of Mount Hood from a meticulously crafted Japanese garden that has been called the most authentic outside of Japan. Tour the pond garden, the sand and stone garden, and the flat garden as you explore eight distinctly styled landscapes.