Opened in 2018, the Kalama Harbor Lodge expands the network of family-owned McMenamin brewpubs with this four-story, 30,000 sq. ft. hotel and restaurant. Nestled on the banks of the Columbia River, the lodge is modeled on the famous Pioneer Inn in Maui, a turn of the century, Lahaina building. This inspired design was chosen to complement McMenamins series of eclectic, captivating locations while also paying homage to one of the regions first settlers, John Kalama, originally from Maui.
Despite its historic appearance, this expansive hotel was built new from the ground up. The classic lines of the standing seam roof paired with a charismatic red hue, serve to provide a tasteful contrasting color to the lush surrounding environment while supporting the continuity of this historically influenced design.
Architect: Collins Architecture Group