Area Attractions

First-time visitors and Portland experts alike always find something fascinating and unexpected to discover just outside our hotel doors. Spend time exploring the varied cultures of our diverse neighborhoods, along with great attractions like Moda Center and Veterans Memorial Coliseum. No matter your passion — food, craft beer, coffee and tea houses, galleries, local culture or the amazing urban woodlands of Forest Park — there’s always a new side of Oregon just around the corner.

Hyatt Regency Portland at the Oregon Convention Center

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



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Family Getaway Itinerary

Japanese Garden Waterfall
Portland Donuts
Short Sands Beach Scene

Explore Washington Park

Day 1 – Start your family vacation by taking in the beauty of Washington Park, which is home to many of Portland’s cultural institutions and attractions. After enjoying a relaxing stroll through the colorful hedgerows of the International Rose Test Garden, venture over to the Portland Japanese Garden to explore the tranquility of this urban oasis. After returning to the hotel, freshen up for dinner and enjoy the delicious selection of entrées paired with signature cocktails at Unity Q’IN.

Oregon Zoo

Day 2 – Start your day right with a quick stroll down to our 24-hour market to grab your favorite beverage and a quick bite before embarking on your next adventure. Once you’ve fueled up, head over to the Oregon Zoo where you can spend the day with nearly 2,000 fury friends representing more than 200 species. After an exciting day exploring the Zoo’s many habitats, it’s time to turn your attention to one of Portland’s famed food carts, where you are sure to find some crowd-pleasing eats.

Cannon Beach (Oregon Coast)

Day 3 – It’s time to pack up the car and head West to the sights and sounds of the beautiful Oregon coast. Before you hit the road, you might want to make a quick pit stop to experience one of Portland famous food institutions Might we suggest a hearty cup from Portland Coffee Roasters and decadent bite from the world-famous Voodoo Donuts. After indulging a bit, hit the road and head west! Whether you are looking for leisurely walk on sandy beaches or looking for a bit more adventure, such a hike through Ecola State Park, the Oregon Coast is sure to provide an amazing experience. Before heading back, be sure to stop in one of our charming seaside villages where you can enjoy fresh sea food or even some handmade crafted keepsakes from local artists.

Oregon Museum of Science and Industry

Day 4 – Ready for more excitement? Located only a short drive from the hotel is the family friendly Oregon Museum of Science and Industry. Whether you enjoy exploring the mysteries of our universe, discovering the natural sciences of our world, or looking to get hands on with your own experiments, OMSI is sure to deliver. After a busy morning reconnecting with your inner child, it’s time to spend the afternoon outside in the beauty of Forest Park. With more than 70 miles of hiking trails, Portland’s Forest Park is one of the largest urban forest in the United States. After an adventurous day, enjoy some light bites and drinks at Spoke & Fork as you enjoy the incredible sunset views from our patio.

Couples Retreat Itinerary

City Farmers Market
Pittock Mansion
Rose Garden

Eastbank Esplanade

Day 1 – Start your couples’ getaway with a romantic walk or bike ride through the Eastbank Esplanade and take in the picturesque sunset over the Willamette River and Portland skyline. After taking in the sunset views, head over to Portland’s charming Northwest / Nob Hill neighborhood for some of the city’s best dining experiences including Fireside and Mingo Café.

Wine Country

Day 2 – Like the elements of a great recipe, the soil, climate and geography of the Willamette Valley harmoniously come together to make exceptional wines. Merely 30 minutes from the hotel, you’ll discover some of the valley’s best wines at Adelsheim Vineyards or Domaine Serene, to name a few amongst many. One of the more unique ways to “ride & sip” across Wine Country is through a guided horseback tour with Equestrian Wine Tours. What a great way to take in the beauty of Wine Country in the most unforgettable way.

Multnomah Falls

Day 3 – Wake up and start you day right with a little breakfast in bed from Unity Q-In! After a delicious breakfast, what better way is there to enjoy each other than spending the day together in the beauty of Oregon’s great outdoors? Located 30 minutes from the hotel, along the Historic Columbia Highway lies Oregon’s most visited attractions, Multnomah Falls. Not just a great place to enjoy the view, but the falls provides a great opportunity for some scenic hiking to the crest of the falls. After taking in the beauty of the gorge, head west to Hood River for a scenic lunch on the shores of the Columbia River Gorge.

Portland’s Farmer’s Market

Day 4 – Known for its epic restaurant scene, Portland is sure to impress any foodie. However not every meal is served in a restaurant or from one of the city’s many food cart pods. Like a blossoming flower, each spring the city’s farmer’s markets come to life to create a food lovers paradise. Grab yourself a bag and head out in search of creating the perfect picnic. Once you have found your foodie bliss, pack up your basket and head up to Pittock Mansion to enjoy lunch overlooking the city skyline and Willamette River.

Buddies Trip Itinerary

Forest Park
Mississippi Avenue Night Scene
City Food Carts

Forest Park

Day 1 – Home to one of the country’s largest urban forests with dozens of hiking trails, there is not a more fitting way to kick off your Portland experience than reconnecting with nature in Portland’s Forest Park. Located in the City’s northwest corner, Forest Park offers over 70 miles of canopy covered hiking trails, highlighted by the Wildwood trail, which spans the length of the park. After a day of hiking, you’ll have certainly earned yourself the opportunity to indulge in Portland’s diverse nightlife. Only a few minutes from the hotel you’ll find North Mississippi Ave, which offers one of the city’s best collection of vibrant shops, unique bars, music venues and restaurants.

Tee It Up at Pumpkin Ridge

Day 2 – Wake up and head down to our 24-hour market in the lobby to get your favorite beverage and that breakfast sandwich you’ve been dreaming of. After an energizing breakfast, is there a better way to enjoy your getaway than spending some time hitting the links? Pumpkin Ridge’s Ghost Creek offers the perfect marriage of captivating views and a championship golf course. After teeing it up, head back east for a night out in the eclectic Hawthorne Neighborhood, which is home to some of the city’s best breweries and eateries.

Brew Tours

Day 3 – After a busy two days, it’s time to treat yourself to a little R&R, Portland style. There is no better city in the world to spend a day brewery hoping. Boasting over 75 world class breweries Portland’s beer scene is sure to impress any beer lover. Portland’s brew scene offers some of the world’s best beers from the most innovative IPA’s from Breakside to the European influence lagers and Ales of Wayfinder Beer. Take your brew tour one steps further with the Brew Group who offer unique BrewCylce and BrewBarge tours throughout Portland.

Sports Venues

Day 4 – A buddy’s trip is always exciting, but now it’s time to dial up the excitement one more notch. In addition to being a soccer crazed town, Portland is also home to pro basketball. You can catch a game at the Moda Center, also Portland’s largest entertainment venue. Prior to tip-enjoy some light bites and specialty cocktails at Spoke & Fork and then head over to the Moda Center, which is only blocks away. Whether you’re a die-hard fan or just looking to enjoy a night out, the Portland sports scene is a great way to capped off your trip.

A Foodie Food Tour Itinerary

Alberta District
Pioneer Courthouse
Coffee Shop

Forest Park / Nob Hill

Day 1 – Get an early start an explore Portlanders regionally inspired southern cuisine Pine State Biscuits and pick up a biscuit sandwich located just a few blocks from the Hyatt Regency. Take a short trip across town to Wildwoods Trail and checkout The Stone House, also as the Witch's Castle, a two-story structure in Portland's Forest Park. While in this area visit the repurposed Victorian homes, boutiques and restaurants which line the streets of Portland’s Northwest/Nob Hill neighborhood, making it an ideal spot for leisurely strolls. Experience the Carina Lounge, Serratto Restaurant and Bar, and Café Mingo, Grassa, McMenamin’ Bottle shop, nearby Elephant Delicatessen and many more restaurants.

Southeast Portland Streets

Day 2 – Just minute away you’ll find Portland’s most formative neighborhoods located on Southeast Division Street. Spend a day wandering its many blocks, stopping along the way to snack, sip and shop. A culinary hotspot boasting longstanding city favorites – Pastini’s, Ava Gene’s, Lauretta Jean’s Pie Shop, Olympia Provisions Public House, PDX Sliders Division, Bollywood Theater and St. Honore’ Bakery. You can spend days perusing the array of restaurants and bars – not to mention the food carts that line the popular neighborhoods.

Tesla Custom Winery Tours

Day 3 – Tour the Willamette Valley wineries in your personal Tesla for the day and experiencing 3 to 6 wineries based on your designated itinerary. Some favorites wineries to consider: Archery Summit Winery, Six Peaks, Bergstrom Winery, Sotor Vineyard, Penner-Ash (Oregon one of Oregon first female winemakers) and Beaux Freres. Rallying around its world-class pinot noir, the Willamette Valley dining scene is home to some of the best restaurants in Oregon - Tina’s (Dundee), La Rambla (McMinnville), and Nick’s Italian Café (McMinnville), The Joel Palmer House Restaurant (Dayton)

Super Family Fun

Day 4 – Childhood memories of visiting “You –Pick Farms”. We are just a short drive away from picking farm fresh produce at Sauvie Island. There are over 15 You-Pick Farms on the largest island along the Columbia River at 26,000 acres where load up Pacific Northwest best fruit. Then end your day on a sweet note – visit a few of Portland best creameries – Ruby Jewel Ice Cream, Salt & Straw or staff favorite Cloud City Ice Cream before returning to the Hyatt Regency Portland.