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Business Class Flights to Portland

  • Business class flights from £2,731
  • First class flights from £4,466

”Keep Portland Weird” is the catch cry of a city trying, and succeeding, in standing apart from The USA’s other major cities, and with a plethora of beautiful landscapes coupled with a fantastic food and beverage scene, it’s easy to see why. With great value business class flights to Portland it’s the perfect place to start a Pacific Northwest itinerary.

Our team of friendly and professional consultants will find you the best options to suit your needs, as well as amazing accommodation and transfers for your business trip. Leisure travellers will benefit from fully protected packages including tours and car hire, so whether you are travelling for business or leisure, our specialists take the hassle out of planning your next trip!

Things to See in Portland

Lan Su Chinese Gardens in Portland, Oregon

Powell’s City of Books

Holidays to Portland can often be a little wet, so get lost on a rainy day amongst over a million books in one of the largest independent bookstores in the world! Powell’s City of Books flagship store covers a square city block and rises three stories high, proving the digital age hasn’t killed off the love of immersing yourself in fantasy world.

With shelf upon shelf and row upon row lined up in front you to get lost in, you may just discover a new favourite author, a vintage cookbook, or even the perfect gift for those back at home. Keep an eye out for regular events and signings while you are in town too!

Insider’s Tip: This store is enormous and you can lose hours just browsing, s make the most of your time and ask for a map to help you navigate the rooms.

Lan Su Chinese Garden

Seen as the most authentic Chinese garden outside of China, the Lan Su Garden is a walled oasis in the heart of the city. Built by artisans from Portland’s sister city, Suzhou, the gardens cover an entire city block with pavilions joined by winding pathways that meander around small ponds.

The name translates to ”Garden of the Awakening Orchids” and incorporates culture, history, and the opportunity for authentic Chinese tea in the stunning teahouse surrounded by tranquillity.

Things to Do in Portland

Pittock Mansion in Portland, Oregon

Washington Park

Covering 410 acres to the west of Portland, Washington Park is home to some of the most notable landscapes of the city. Including the Portland Japanese Garden, International Rose Test Garden, and Hoyt Arboretum, the park also offers fantastic views over the city skyline and out to Mt Hood in the distance.

Washington Park is also home to a number of family friendly activities such as the Oregon Zoo, the Portland Children’s Museum, and the World Forestry Centre Discovery Museum, making it easy to fill a day out with many different attractions.

Insider’s Tip: Just to the north of the park lies Pittock Mansion, a stately historic home with 22 rooms that is now open to the public, that gives insights into the high life of Portland residents at the turn of the 20th Century.

Food Trucks or Microbreweries

In recent years Portland has undergone a renaissance of sorts, focussed primarily around its food and beverage scenes. Food trucks have become staple fare where many can be found clumped together on street corners throughout the city. With true multicultural cuisine offered ranging from Korean and Thai street food, Czech specialties, Mexican delights, and Canada’s famous poutine, there is a push for quality dishes with amazing flavours where everyone can enjoy at least one thing.

The beverage scene is also blooming with specialty coffee roasters, distillers, and microbreweries located across the city. The Oregon Brewers Guild lists 70 individual breweries alone in Portland (105 in the Portland Metro Area) so visitors are more than spoilt for choice.

Insider’s Tip: With so many mouth-watering options available, the best way to know what to eat or drink and where to find them is on a tour. Whether walking or cycling, it’s guaranteed to bring a smile to you.

Tom McCall Waterfront Park

Stretching along the banks of the Willamette River in Downtown Portland, Tom McCall Waterfront Park provides some of the best views of the city skyline while also hosting some of the most popular events of the city such as the Oregon Brewers Festival and Cinco de Mayo.

Located at the north end near Burnside Bridge is the Portland Saturday Market, the largest continuously operated outdoor market in the country, is filled with arts & crafts as well as food carts and entertainment. Further to the south, past the Oregon Maritime Museum, lies the world’s smallest park, Mill Ends Park, standing at just two feet across.

Insider’s Tip: Visit the park in late March and early April for a spectacular cherry blossom display!

Portland’s Business Venues

The Benson Hotel in Portland, Oregon

Benson Hotel

With 18 meeting and event spaces in this luxury historic property, The Benson Hotel is the perfect place for your business needs.

The Nines

After your business flights to Portland, there is no better place to be than The Nines in the heart of the city. With 14 spaces varying in size, capacity, and functionality, all offer a creative and contemporary ambience with exceptional service.

Portland’s Nearby Cities

Multnomah Falls near Portland, Oregon

The surrounding areas of Portland are filled with natural beauty; from the Columbia River Gorge, infamous Multnomah Falls, and Hood River wine region to the east; the driftwood strewn coastline with spectacular sunsets around Cannon Beach in the west; to Mt St. Helens National Volcanic Monument to the north; there is no end to the amazing day trip that can be done from Portland.

With no direct flights between the UK and Portland for the majority of the year, passengers will often connect through major eastern cities such as Chicago or Atlanta. Alternatively, Pacific Northwest self-drive itineraries including Portland often start in San Francisco to the south or Seattle or Vancouver to the north and take approximately 2½ weeks at an enjoyable pace.

Portland Fast Facts

  • Currency = US Dollar (USD)
  • Time Zone = GMT – 8 hours (UK is 8 hours ahead of Portland)
  • Fly From = All Major UK Airports
  • Hottest Months = June to August with rainfall all year round

 

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