Cannery Pier Hotel
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Cannery Pier Hotel Lobby Experience the majesty of the mighty Columbia River from the comfort of your hotel room. The Cannery Pier Hotel was built on the site of the former Union Fish Cannery, 600 feet into the river. This Astoria Hotel offers guests unparalleled views of a real working river, as well as views out to Cape Disappointment Lighthouse and nearby Washington. Each room has a private balcony and is lavishly well-appointed with a fireplace, hardwood floors, and luxurious amenities. Take advantage of the full-service Cannery Pier Hotel Spa, an authentic Finnish sauna and a fitness room; or learn more about Astoria's heyday as the Cannery Capital of the World on our Museum Walk. For the ultimate in comfort and luxury, and a uniquely historical Astorian experience, think of the Cannery Pier Hotel, top three "Best Places to Stay" of Oregon hotels. The most romantic getaway on the Oregon Coast.

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A Message From the Hotel Manager,


Of all the Astoria Oregon hotels, I believe the Cannery Pier Hotel offers a unique experience. Being 300 feet from the shipping channel, our location provides our guests with unparalleled views of the river trafic. Adding our unique amenities, such as classic antique chauffeured cars, vintage bicycles, wine and smoked fish, creates a very special stay. Below are a few of our guest comments. If you would like to share your experience please send your e-mail to

Thank You,

Don West, (Manager of the Cannery Pier Hotel)


What people are saying about the cannery pier hotel


"Room with a View"

Visited Astoria and stayed two nights at the Cannery Pier Hotel with my daughter. She is from Portland and I am from Upstate NY. This hotel was amazing! The view of the River and Bridge were surreal. The shipping vessels that passed seemed magical out our window and so close! The room itself was exceptional. I cannot find anything negative to say about it! The hotel staff was very accommodating. The wine, cheese and salmon hour for free were a great and classy touch. We both had a SPA treatment and were pampered. We also used the FREE car service in their antique autos to go to dinner and although we stayed at the Fort George Brewery past their service time a cab was called and promptly arrived and to top it off the hotel staff came out and paid the cab fare!!! We would love to stay here again anytime!

(December 2012)


"Don't miss this experience"

We have stayed at the Cannery Pier three times now and will be returning again in a week or so. We have travelled a good deal around the US and Europe. This is an exceptional hotel which offers the amazing experience of being on the mouth of the great Columbia River, watching majestic tankers move right outside your window. The staff is among the finest we have encountered. The rooms are comfortable and quite lovely. Astoria itself is a quaint town offering a terrific Maritime Museum which helps create an understanding of the history and the power of the Columbia as it opens into the Pacific Ocean. There are also excellent restaurants which focus on the bounty of the river and the ocean. Don't miss a stay at this hotel.

(July 2012)


"Completely wowed by our experience here"

My Boyfriend and i decided on a last minute trip to Astoria, OR for the weekend. I usually like to stay in B&Bs for a more unique experience, but because our plans were so last minute, they were all booked up. A friend recommended the Cannery Pier Hotel, and luckily they had one room left. We stayed in a pet-friendly suite on the 2nd floor. It was a little more pricey than a standard room, but goodness, was it amazing! I was concerned that pet-friendly might mean pet-stained, or smells like pets, but that was not the case at all. There was not as much as one piece of fur to be found. The bathroom had a big shower with dual shower heads, plus a Jacuzzi tub with views of the river from tub. We had a mini-kitchen which we didn't use, but looked very clean and nice. The balcony overlooking the river was amazing! We could see the bridge and all of the boats right from our room! We also had a fireplace in our room which we snuggled in front of before bed. Very romantic!

Besides the perfectly clean room and incredible location, it was all of the little extras that made this one of the best hotels I have ever stayed in. First of all, they have a small fleet of classic cars with a chauffeur on staff that will drive you to dinner and back at no extra charge. We were thrilled to get a great restaurant recommendation from our driver, and be dropped off in style in a 1952 robin's egg blue Cadillac. The driver even let me sit in the driver's seat to pose for a photo.

Another big plus is the free beach cruiser bikes they offer. We took the bikes out on the river walk that runs along the river and had an absolute blast! They had a complimentary sauna and hot tub, which was very fun. They also offer a great breakfast buffet, free wine, cheese, and salmon from 5-6pm, and complimentary cookies at 8pm.

My boyfriend and I both agreed that the Cannery Pier Hotel itself was our favorite thing about our trip to Astoria. It was absolutely worth the extra cost, and we can't wait to go back!!

(Oct 2011)


"One of the best hotels I have ever stayed at!"

Wow! This is an amazing hotel. The views are spectacular, the staff is friendly, and the amenities are top notch. Overall, this is one of the best hotels I have ever stayed at.

The hotel is located in an old Cannery on the Columbia River. It is literally located on the water. The hotel feels brand new. It is extremely clean and all of the decor feels fresh and new. The staff was wonderful and very helpful at recommending different places to eat. The hotel runs a wine and cheese reception in the evenings (5-6pm during our stay) and they also have a continental breakfast in the morning. The reception was very nice and the views from the lobby are great. The decor is sort of a modern look with old school flair. The reception was a good time and we got to meet a lot of fellow travelers who were also enjoying the wine.

The rooms are also great. Each room has a balcony with a spectacular view of the Columbia River and nearby bridge. The room has a nice cast iron tub with separate shower. The "heat" in the room is provided via a gas fireplace. Very cool. The only downside to the room was the temperature. My wife and I had a challenging time regulating the temperature in the room. There is no air conditioning...just a fan that brings in outside air. Of course, in October, this was not an issue. Not sure about the summer months. Overall, the room was very of the best I have stayed in.

The hotel runs complimentary taxi service to town via antique classic cars. We got to ride in an old Cadillac. The driver was always on time and provided excellent service. We tipped the driver a couple of dollars for the service. This was a cool perk and we were thankful to have this service.

My wife and I are sad that we only booked one night at this hotel. We would certainly stay here again for a multi-night stay. The reviews on Trip Advisor do this hotel justice. I highly recommend this hotel.

(Oct 2011)


"It has all been said but I'll say it again..Awesome Waterfront Hotel!"

Everything good that has been said about this place is true.We stayed in the off season and got a very good price. To top it off it was pet friendly which was wonderful. We often have to pass on nice places like this because of our dog. Here we were all welcome and just loved our stay here. Being way out on the end of a pier facing the water was an incredible experience. The ship and boat traffic going by our balcony only a few hundred feet away was an amazing thing too see. We've never stayed in a place like this before. The rooms were upscale with quality ammenities. The King bed was very comfortable and we spent a quiet, peaceful night on the waterfront. We would recommend this place to all who visit the historic town of Astoria , Oregon. We must also mention the Bow Picker across from the Maritime Museum. This is a no frills fish and chips joint that knows how to fry good fish. Our dog Buddy liked it too. All in all a wonderful stay out on the old pier at a boutique hotel like none other. Friendly folks at the front desk welcomed us.

(Aug 2011)


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