"Great Hotel for Waterfront Winter Storm Watching"
A returning visitor to Astoria Riverwalk inn. I come to Astoria (from Seattle) for the 4 season coastal outings, from storm watching in winter to the summer & spring festivals that bring the crowds and liveliness. I love the area and make Astoria Riverwalk my homebase for all my Oregon, Washington beach exploring. I love the fact that every room I get has had wonderful waterfront views & fresh air (I leave my waterfront slider door open at night. This time I was welcomed with the usual cheerful staff and with a wonderful breakfast with lots of new healthy choices, an unexpected upgrades from the last visit in September.
Traveller from Seattle
Situated on the boardwalk, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Astoria Riverfront Trolley and Astor Street Opry Company …More
Loved the view from our window, also great location to go either to the beach up in Warrenton, or over to Astoria. The pool was small but open 24 hours -- so that was nice. The gym equipment was old, so that was a down side. The breakfast looked great, everything from waffles to biscuits and gravy to choose from in the morning.
Would absolutely stay there again!
Traveller from Portland
Situated in the suburbs, this hotel is 2.9 mi (4.7 km) from Astoria Riverfront Trolley and 2.9 mi (4.7 km) from Tapiola Park …More
Arrived at hotel around 10:00 pm at night after a long drive. I handed over the Expedia itinerary to hotel clerk and she said she had no record of the reservation. Then, she added it was the 3rd problem she had experienced that day regarding Expedia. Pretty much the last thing any traveler wants to hear late at night. The print-out I made from the Expedia itinerary does not include any phone number to call in case of problems, so, I was left fumbling. Fortunately, since it's the off-season, the Cannery Pier had a non-pet friendly room available. I only hope I don't get double charged.
Traveller from Olympia, WA
Situated in Astoria, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Astoria Riverfront Trolley and Astor Street Opry Company …More
On a random driving trip and needed a place for the night that would be at a comfortable drive home for the next day. Love Astoria anyway and often choose Motel 6 over most any other option in any area. And the choice did not disappoint.
Traveller from Seattle
Situated in Astoria, this motel is within a 5-minute walk of Astoria Riverfront Trolley and Astor Street Opry Company. Oregon …More
This hotel is at the end of town, so a car is helpful to get around, at least in the winter, if you want to experience the shopping and dining which are all located a long walk from the hotel, in weather which can be windy and inclement. But the hotel rooms are well-apportioned and very comfortable and clean. Unfortunately the pool was broken when I was there, and the hotel staff will not allow you in to that area to use the sauna and hot tub, which were not broken. They said that was hotel policy, but it was very disappointing. No scenic views, but if you get out and about there is plenty of scenery everywhere.
Traveller from Alaska
Situated in Astoria, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Astoria Riverfront Trolley, Astor Street Opry Company, and Tapiola …More
my daughter and i stayed there it was clean inside nothing spectacular ,it is very convenient to many things so that was very nice . there is the constant sound of traffic , our 1 bed, the room was a bit small but it did the job ,the lights in the room kinda sucked , but hey at least there were bright lights maybe just a nice lamp shade would add some help. simple place . ..good for resting after a long day out ,but probably not the place you want to spend more than a night or two at and not the best for families .
Traveller from canby oregon
Situated in Astoria, this motel is within a 10-minute walk of Oregon Film Museum, Flavel House Museum, and Astor Street Opry …More
Knowing that this hotel is in a building from the 1940s, I believe, and that the room I booked didn't have it's own bathroom, and also seeing that it's prices are some of the lowest in town, I didn't have my expectations too high. When I arrived I found that things were mostly as expected: the floors creaked a bit, the room was small, and yes the bathroom was down the hall, but I didn't expect to find myself enjoying the atmosphere as much as I did! The room itself was heavenly, despite it's size, and I ended up spending more time in my room than I had intended, simply because I was so comfortable. The bed was lovely, the big window let in plenty of clean air while the rest of the guests' heaters kept me warm, and there was very good music playing softly in the halls during the daytime. The cafe was also a huge bonus for me. To be able to slip on my slippers and pad down for a fantastic coffee and treat without setting foot outside in the weather, just made the whole trip that much more enjoyable. The location is also a plus, as the hotel is within a few blocks from most of my favorite shops and restaurants in Astoria.
Large families and people looking for more traditional hotel luxury might be less impressed, but if you're into hipster style, like older architecture, and love a mini-city scene, then this place is a must!
Traveller from Long Beach, WA
Situated in Astoria, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Heritage Museum and Columbia River Maritime Museum. Flavel House …More
Located 96 miles west of Portland, Astoria combines a storied maritime history with a newly hip cultural vibe. Victorian mansions neighbor tattoo parlors and espresso stands, where loggers and fishermen are now seen as frequently as artists and musicians. Ships of all sizes travel from the Pacific through Astoria, where the Columbia River begins its journey east along the Oregon-Washington border.