New Imperial Hotel
New Imperial Hotel
The Hotel Lucia, former Imperial Hotel, in 2011
|Location||400 SW Broadway
|Area||0.2 acres (0.081 ha)|
|Architect||Whidden & Lewis|
|Architectural style||20th Century Commercial; Early Commercial|
|NRHP Reference #||03001068|
|Added to NRHP||October 24, 2003|
The Hotel Lucia, formerly the Imperial Hotel, is a historic hotel building in downtown Portland, Oregon, United States. It was built in 1909 as an extension of the adjacent, original Imperial Hotel. The original Imperial building was made into a separate hotel in 1949, renamed the Plaza Hotel, and after a period of non-hotel use in the 1980s it today operates as the Kimpton Hotel Vintage Portland.
The 1909 building retained its original name until 2002, when the Aspen Hotel Group purchased it, remodeled it as a boutique hotel, and renamed it Hotel Lucia.
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- Media related to Imperial Hotel, Portland, Oregon (new) at Wikimedia Commons
- Hotel Lucia (official website)
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