The Woodlark Hotel
The Woodlark Hotel is a House of Welcome, ushering in a new era of luxury in the Pacific Northwest. Housed in an early 1900s building in the heart of downtown Portland, the hotel is inspired by its rich history and the natural grandeur of its surrounding environment, layering lush details with effortless elegance and exceptional service. Home to celebrated modern restaurant Bullard and ground floor bar Abigail Hall, named after the suffragist Abigail Scott Duniway who frequented the Woodlark during her years.
Situated in the heart of downtown Portland in a historic early 1900s building, Bullard Tavern is a convivial and comfortable gathering place nestled in The Woodlark Hotel. Inspired by the big flavors of Texas but rooted in the local produce, the tavern is a joyful expression of sharing a meal with friends both old and new.
An intimate lounge and bar at The Woodlark Hotel, Abigail Hall features lush details like hand-painted wallpaper, velvet ottomans and warm, dark wood — a fitting environment for spirited nights and a touch of mischief. Once the stomping ground — and now eponymous bar — for suffrage leader Abigail Scott Duniway, known as “the pioneer Woman Suffragist of the great Northwest.”