Portland hotel plans $8M renovation

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Thursday, July 11, 2013

The Red Lion Portland Convention Center hotel's new owners plan an $8-10 million remodel that will close the hotel for several months next year.

Grand Ventures Hotel LLC, which bought the hotel last month, is best known in Portland as the partnership behind the 174-room downtown Hotel Modera. The group bought that property, a former Days Inn, in 2007 and reopened it in 2008 as a luxury boutique hotel.

The Red Lion -- which might not operate as a Red Lion after the renovation -- is going to see a renovation with a similar scope.

Read more at OregonLive.com.

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