Our Epic Used Piano Sale is happening now!

Stay at our Guest House on Your Next Visit to Classic Pianos' Flagship Portland, Oregon Showroom

We are honored that customers from across the U.S. travel to our flagship store in Portland, Oregon to select a piano from our vast inventory of the world’s most in-demand pianos. After all, we have more than 300 new and used pianos to choose from, and our position as the nation’s most awarded piano dealer affords us access to inventory not available to other dealers.

Ready to find a piano you love?

At Classic Pianos, we make it easy for you to visit Portland and find a piano you love by offering you and your family a free stay for up to three nights in our stunning two bedroom Guest House.

Located just steps from our flagship showroom, you’ll enjoy private access to our vast inventory of pianos, as well as our team of experts, who are eager to serve as your private piano concierge.

About Classic Pianos' Guest House

Classic Pianos’ Guest House has a rich history that reflects our deep commitment to community. We hope to host you soon!

  • Centrally located in SE Portland and just steps from the Classic Pianos’ showroom
  • Two bedrooms, two baths — sleeps four comfortably
  • You’ll enjoy private parking, a well-appointed kitchen and dining area, and its beautiful outdoor space

It is our joy to present an extensive inventory of highly-desired pianos from the world’s best makers, including Yamaha, Bösendorfer, Estonia, Schimmel, Steinway, Boston, Kawai, Baldwin, and more, including new and used pianos, grands, uprights, digitals, hybrids, player pianos, Clavinovas, Disklaviers, and silent pianos.

Classic Pianos proudly carries pianos from the world best piano makers, including Yamaha, Bosendorfer, Schimmel, Estonia, and Steinway

We look forward to welcoming you as our guest and helping you find the piano of your dreams! Call 503-239-9969 or complete our form to schedule your visit today. You’ll love our expertise, personalized service, and legendary Five-Star Trade-Up Policy!

We are proud to be North America's most awarded piano dealer, year after year

To reserve your stay at Classic Pianos' Guest House:

  • MM slash DD slash YYYY
  • MM slash DD slash YYYY
  • Please confirm your contact information is correct before submitting this form.

Buy your dream piano with confidence thanks to our legendary Five-Star Trade-Up Policy

A piano purchase is a significant investment that brings lifelong joy to adults and children alike, which is why we’re so proud of our Five-Star Trade-up Policy. This means your piano investment will grow and develop in stride with your family’s musical appreciation.

It’s simple! When you purchase a piano from Classic Pianos, you’ll enjoy the freedom and flexibility to trade it in and receive a store credit to be applied to a new, in-stock piano of equal or greater value. The amount of your trade-in value and the length of your policy are determined by the piano you purchase:

  • Acoustic Pianos: Lifetime 100% Trade-up Policy
    At any point, trade in your model to receive a store credit for 100% of your original purchase.
  • Digital Pianos: Two-year 100% Trade-up Policy
    Within two years of your piano’s date of purchase, trade it in for a 100% store credit.
  • Player & Silent Pianos: Lifetime 70% Trade-up Policy
    At any point, trade in your acoustic piano with a player or silent system and receive a store credit for 70% of your original purchase.

Classic Pianos' and the Unis family's commitment to the Portland community runs deep

Learn about the rich history of Classic Pianos’ Guest House! Read the 2005 Portland Tribute article to the right to learn about how Classic Pianos’ founder, Maurice Unis, saved a piece of Portland history by hauling an early 20th-century Episcopalian church across the Ross Island bridge in two pieces and relocating it in the Brooklyn neighborhood that serves as Classic Pianos’ home.

Although the Classic Pianos’ Guest House (known affectionately as the “Church House”) was slated for demolition, the Unis family instead saved the 1912 Arts and Crafts chapel by moving it and restoring its beauty. Now it can be your temporary haven while you enjoy a unique shopping experience while you select your dream piano from our extensive, curated inventory.

"We're able to save a piece of the history of Portland and add to the Brooklyn neighborhood. Doesn't it fit our city well?"

— Maurice Unis, Classic Pianos' founder