Portland, OR (PRWEB) June 02, 2014
Tasteful travelers planning to visit Portland September 18-21, 2014 for the third annual installment of Bon Appétit Feast Portland: A Celebration of Oregon Bounty will find Provenance Hotels is making it even easier for culinary explorers to experience the best the fest has to offer with an exclusive “All You Can Feast” package that combines a three night stay with passes to all the marquee Feast Portland tasting events. To make this unforgettable culinary getaway to the flagship food and drink festival of the Pacific Northwest even more tempting, Provenance Hotels’ “All You Can Feast” package passes along a 20% savings on festival admission to hotel guests.
Feast Portland draws top chefs, artisans, farmers, winemakers, brewers and distillers from Oregon and beyond for one delicious weekend of decadent indulgence and Provenance Hotels, a sponsor since the festival’s inaugural year, has three art-filled, local-minded and culinary-obsessed hotels located in downtown Portland within easy walking distance of the big festival events. Travelers can sleep at glamorous Old Hollywood-inspired Hotel deLuxe and sip cocktails amid mid-century splendor in the iconic Driftwood Room. They can lay their heads at chic Hotel Lucia, home of Imperial and Portland Penny Diner, two restaurants from James Beard Award and Iron Chef America winner, Vitaly Paley. Or, rest up at Sentinel, the city’s most buzzed about new hotel where visionaries meet at Jackknife, an only-in-Portland reinvention of the classic hotel lobby lounge. All three hotels boast Bee Local honey hives on the roof, Smith Tea in the rooms and in-room delivery of fresh pressed juice from Kure and ice cream from Salt and Straw. Hotel guests can even pick up a tin of sought-after, Oregon-made Jacobsen Salt in the honor bar.
Those who book the “All You Can Feast” package at Hotel Lucia, Hotel deLuxe or Sentinel will enjoy three nights of luxurious accommodations in the heart of the Feast Portland action, a 20% discount on two Feast Portland “The Package” passes and three nights of valet parking. “The Package” passes offer admission to all the marquee Feast Portland events: Friday and Saturday at the Oregon Bounty Grand Tasting, Sandwich Invitational, Night Market, High Comfort and Brunch Village. These passes will be waiting in-room upon guests’ arrival. The events are all-inclusive so guests can enjoy hours of unbridled eating and sipping with the chefs, artisans, winemakers, brewers, distillers and fellow food lovers.
Travelers can reserve the “All You Can Feast” packages on the websites of Hotel Lucia, Hotel deLuxe and Sentinel at http://www.hoteldeluxeportland.com/special-offers/, http://www.hotellucia.com/special-offers/ or http://www.sentinelhotel.com/special-offers/. The package starts at $1767, plus tax, requires a minimum three night stay and is non-refundable. Availability of festival tickets is limited so guests are encouraged to book early.
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About Provenance Hotels
Provenance Hotels are award-winning urban boutique hotels with a distinct and deeply integrated art story. They include Hotel deLuxe, Hotel Lucia and Sentinel in Portland, Ore., Hotel Max in Seattle, Wash., Hotel Murano in Tacoma, Wash., and Hotel Preston in Nashville, Tenn. Provenance Hotels can be found online at http://www.provenancehotels.com, http://www.facebook.com/ProvenanceHotels and http://www.twitter.com/ProvenanceHotel.
About Feast Portland
Bon Appétit Presents Feast Portland: A Celebration of Oregon Bounty is the flagship food and drink festival in the Pacific Northwest, capturing the current energy and enthusiasm driving America’s food revolution. Founded in 2012 by Mike Thelin and Carrie Welch, Feast Portland showcases local culinary talent and Pacific Northwest ingredients alongside internationally recognized chefs, culinary professionals and industry leaders. Feast Portland is also a festival with a mission, donating its net proceeds towards ending childhood hunger in Oregon and around the country through Partners for a Hunger-Free Oregon and Share our Strength. For more information visit http://www.feastportland.com and follow the festival on Facebook and Twitter (@FeastPDX).