The Hilton Vancouver Washington hotel, one of America's first sustainably-designed hotels, is now the first hotel in the world to earn both Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)and Green Seal certifications.The Hilton Vancouver Washington hotel is located in the heart of downtown Vancouver, Washington, USA, only 10 short miles from downtown Portland, Oregon and a 10 minute drive from Portland International Airport.The boutique-style Hilton Vancouver Washington hotel offers 226 guestrooms and 10 suites that are exceptionally furnished, including The Serenity Bed by Hilton, providing you with a comfortable night's sleep. In addition to that, we offer: High-speed Internet in every guestroom and meeting room, Complimentary fitness center with indoor pool and whirlpool, Self-service business center, 30,000 square feet of meeting space, eEvents Booking - Ideal for booking fewer than 25 guest rooms or for booking space for an all-day business meeting, reunion, wedding or other special event, On-site Parking, Esther's Coffee Bar, Gray's At the Park, serving Northwest cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner.The Hilton Vancouver Washington hotel is the first LEED (The Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certified and Green Seal certified hotel in the world. The hotel is pleased to be leading the industry in implementing environmentally sound "sustainable" green practices. To support the greening of travel and meetings, we want to congratulate our guests who value the same endeavors by offering complimentary self-parking for any guest with a hybrid vehicle.Within walking distance, Hilton Vancouver Washington hotel guests can enjoy shopping, art, and cultural entertainment: Neighborhood boutiques and seasonal Vancouver Farmers Market grace tree lined streets. Salmon Run Bell Tower and Glockenspiel are located in Esther Short Park. The bells were cast in the Netherlands and shipped in for this magnificent public artwork. Art Galleries just minutes away. Firehouse Glass - Where local artists and nationally acclaimed masters form molten glass into breathtaking art. Arts Equity's Main Street Theatre, Old Slocum House Theatre, and Clark College Theatre provide year-round entertainment.While visiting us, you won't want to miss Vancouver, Washington's local historical attractions: Officer's Row - 22 well preserved Victorian homes on the National Historic Register, Fort Vancouver - The 19th century British trading outpost, Pearson Air Museum - Exhibition areas offer a stunning collection of vintage airplanes, interpretive displays, an interactive children's center and a restoration shop, Pomeroy Living History Farm - Experience rural life on a 1920's working farm, Cedar Creek Grist Mill - Built in 1876, the mill has been fully restored as a working museum and is registered as a National Historic Site.Surrounded by mountains, lakes, and an abundance of wilderness, the outdoor enthusiast will find our Washington State location ideal for: Hiking - From the beginner to the advanced, this is something for everyone. The Gifford Pinchot National Forest alone provides 1,200 miles of trails including those at Mount St. Helens - an interactive volcano with beautiful scenery, lakes, and the famous Ape Caves. Bird Watching - The Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge offers over 5,000 acres for 180 species of birds. Visitors can see these and other magnificent wildlife while driving the four-mile auto tour or hiking along the two-mile Oaks to Wetlands Wildlife Trail year-round. Biking - There are a variety of options for mountain biking or just peddling along the four-mile Waterfront Renaissance Trail down the Columbia River. Fishing and Boating - Choose from local lakes, the Columbia River, or the Pacific Ocean. Windsurfing in the famous Columbia River Gorge at Hood River. Skiing, snowboarding, or sledding at Mt. Hood, only 90 minutes away and open year-round.