Are Federal Agents Staying at the Marriott Hotel in Downtown Portland?

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Category: Police - Federal
Current Other Address:
1401 SW Naito Parkway
Portland, Oregon 97201

UPDATE: We have started a petition on asking Marriott Hotels to stop housing federal officers. Sign the petition at

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) issued a press release recently that said "Violent anarchists published personal lodging and rental details of DHS employees on social media, detailing exact locations including entrance and exit points of lodging, harassing rental and lodging staff, and asking individuals to acquire tools for attacks. " After learning of this we asked around and were told by persons connected with the Portland protests that one of those lodging locations is the Marriott Hotel on the waterfront in downtown Portland at the above address.

We ask that no one acquire tools for attacks or do anything violent, but we do ask that people pressure Marriott Hotels not to do business with the federal government and evict these unruly tenants from their property. We encourage peaceful demonstrators to picket Marriott Hotels until they agree not to rent rooms to federal officers.

In addition to the Marriott, we have been told that they are also staying at some properties in the Jantzen Beach area.


LEGAL NOTICE: Publishing locations of hotels where federal officers are renting rooms does not violate 18 U.S.C. 119 because their hotel is not a "home address."

UPDATE: According to social media chatter they have also been spotted at the Residence Inn by Marriott on N. Anchor Way in Jantzen Beach.

1250 North Anchor Way, Portland, Oregon 97217 USA


If the petition does not work we recommend that people start picketing the Marriott properties. Organizers should divide the protesters into three groups. One large group to picket the courthouse and two smaller groups to picket the Marriott properties that the feds are known to be staying at.

Picketers at the Marriott properties should tell anyone thinking of checking into those hotels about the dangerous guests already there and recommend other nearby hotels with equal or better accommodations. If the feds move to different hotels repeat the process.

Eventually they won't even be able to book a room on 82nd Avenue.

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