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The room, the view, the setting
Could not believe that in this well designed, well cared for space that You did not have decent pillows. Mine smelled dirty and sour and was without any support.
Hotel is right on the Columbia River and from your room or the lobby deck, you can see ships and tankers coming in from the Pacific or going out - very interesting. Each room has binoculars to watch the ships from your balcony. Free wine and hors d'oeuvres at cocktail time - very nice. Free breakfast is more than decent. Free parking. Staff is very nice and helpful. Menus from Astoria restaurants available from front desk. More things to do in Astoria than we thought - Astoria Column, Lewis and Clark campsite and short drive to Oregon coast.
Off the coast of Astoria sits the Cannery Pier Hotel and its luxurious accommodations and views of the Columbia River. Once the site of the Union Fisherman’s Cooperative Packing Company, the 100-year-old pilings of the pier now support the lavished getaway. From the late 1800s to the 1940s, Astoria’s largest cannery occupied where the hotel stands today.
The Cannery Pier Hotel features three separate guests rooms, including the pet-friendly Deluxe Room, One-Bedroom Suites, and the private Pilot House. All room types come standard with a gas fireplace, personal wet bar, mini-fridge, microwave, and complimentary high-speed internet.
The Deluxe Room is a cozy space with a clawfoot tub while the One-Bedroom Suite features an additional private bedroom and living area plus a wrap-around balcony and jetted tub with river views. The Pilot House is a private oasis on the fifth floor of the hotel with an additional guest bedroom, full kitchen, and all of the amenities of the One-Bedroom.
When not enamored by the river views, guests can explore historic Astoria and the local culture that unravels through events and attractions. Within a mile of the hotel, visitors can take the Astoria Riverfront Trolley, visit the Astor Street Opry Company, and visit the Oregon Film Museum and Flavel House Museum. Local dining is only steps away at the 19th-century building housing the Bridgewater Bistro, the nearby El Tapatio Astoria, and the Pig ‘n Pancake.
A small wedding by the river is possible with the Union Fish Meeting Room, which seats 70 people, and seated banquet facilities for up to 60 people. Corporate meeting space is available in the Chinook Boardroom.
Astoria’s Cannery Pier Hotel is a unique space with direct access to the coastal town’s history, views of the Columbia River, and quaint accommodations.
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Policies vary by room type and provider.
If you will be traveling to the Cannery Pier Hotel with your significant other, book a deal that will provide you with a bottle of champagne and artisanal chocolates. For those that would like to have a particularly relaxing vacation, there are deals that come with a massage for two.
To exfoliate your skin, clear your pores, and reduce the signs of aging, select the Signature Epionce Custom Facial, a 60m treatment that costs $100 and includes a hydrating facial mask, as well as a face, neck, and scalp massage. For those that would like to get rid of dead skin and increase the body’s circulation, there is the Full Body Polish, a service that costs $85 and uses organic sugar scrubs. If you would like to detoxify and rehydrate your skin, opt for the Bioelements Herbology Retexturizing Wrap, a $100 treatment that will leave your entire body smooth and glowing. For guests that would like to have several treatments, it is possible to book a package that includes services such as a custom facial, a 60m massage, and time in the hotel’s cedar sauna.
Known for their burgers and fish ‘n chips, the Portway is a classic pub that offers daily happy hours and is a 5m walk from the Cannery Pier Hotel. To grab a coffee or a simple pastry, head to Journey's End Espresso, a popular coffee shop that can be reached on foot from the hotel within 4m. A 7m walk from the hotel, the Golden Luck Restaurant & Lounge is a great place to go if you are craving traditional Chinese food.
For guests that like to hike, run, or bike ride, go to the Astoria Oregon Riverwalk, a scenic trail that is just a 5m drive from the Cannery Pier Hotel. To purchase some local food products, visit the Astoria Sunday Market that is only a 6m drive from the hotel and sells a selection of ready-to-eat items, as well as produce and flowers. A favorite amongst locals, the Fort George Brewery and Public House can be reached by car in under 10m and is a great place to taste some craft beers.
Due to the distance between the two locations, it is easiest for guests flying into Portland International Airport to take a car to the Cannery Pier Hotel. Under normal conditions, the drive will take you approximately 1h 55m to 2h 10m, and a ridesharing service like Uber will cost around $125 for a one-way fare. If you would rather book a private shuttle service to bring you to the hotel, it will be approximately $60 per person. Although it is possible to use public transportation for the trip, it will take you upwards of 3h. (Prices checked 01/07/19).
Cannery Pier Hotel & Spa is located at No. 10 Basin Street, 1.6 km from the centre of Astoria. Astoria Riverfront Trolley is the closest landmark to Cannery Pier Hotel & Spa.
Check-in time is 4:00 PM and check-out time is 12:00 PM at Cannery Pier Hotel & Spa.
Yes, Cannery Pier Hotel & Spa offers free Wi-Fi.
Yes, Cannery Pier Hotel & Spa offers free parking.
No, Cannery Pier Hotel & Spa does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Cannery Pier Hotel & Spa is 118 km from Portland.
Yes, Cannery Pier Hotel & Spa is a pet-friendly hotel.
No, Cannery Pier Hotel & Spa does not have a pool on-site.