Our room was spacious and clean with a lovely walk out sliding back door and amazing view. There was plenty of grass space for our dogs to rip around. The staff were courteous and friendly. The hotel itself is a little bit far from downtown when on foot but you can't complain for the price. Highly recommended.
We were very impressed by immediately by the helpful and courteous staff when we checked in. From there we were blown away by the view from our room of the Bridge and River...unobstructed views. It was topped of by the complimentary car service to diner in a classic car and friendly, knowledgeable driver. All kinds of amenities...binoculars and a blanket in the room to sit out on the porch and enjoy the sunset and bikes to ride around the area. We will definitely come again.
"Wonderful B & B in heart of downtown Astoria, OR"
We stayed overnight after enjoying the Columbia River Maritime Museum, having a brew at the Buoy Beer Company and walking the waterfront. Enjoyed relaxing hour or so for light dinner at the Fort George Pub and Brewery which is located about 2 blocks from the B & B. The room was comfortable and tastefully decorated in keeping with the era of the historic register house. In addition to the bedroom and bathroom, we were pleased to find a separate sun/sitting room with large windows that could be opened and looked out on the Columbia River. We spent several hours reading and watching ships from there. Pam & Dave are extraordinary owner/hosts. Very friendly and very accommodating.
We stayed for an entire week in April. My husband and I had not been back to Astoria in almost twenty years so we were pleasantly surprised at how much it had changed. The downtown business district has been renovated and there were lots of good restaurants and pubs to check out. The Commodore Hotel was just what we were looking for, affordable, clean, and urban chic. The staff was friendly, the rooms were small but nicely appointed and the bathrooms (we had the shared bathroom room) were immaculate. I especially enjoyed walking downstairs in the morning and having good cup of coffee and a pastry at the Cafe 14 as we planned our day.
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.
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