We were pleasantly surprised by the Hotel Elloitt. The hotel has the charm and feel of an historic railroad hotel you'd expect to find and has been well maintained and preserved while retaining the historic elements. The room itself was nice and reasonably spacious with a relatively newly renovated and up to date bathroom. The building does not have central air conditioning but the room we were in had a portable air conditioner that exhausted to the exterior and did the job with less noise than a standard hotel unit through the wall. The hotel was in a location which made walking to most everything in town easy and pleasant, the rooftop deck was a nice feature, and the reception and wine bar was equally enjoyable. The hotel served breakfast in the morning which changed slightly from day to day and - a big item - the eggs didn't have that odd taste that you get at most chain hotels, so all in all, the breakfast was very good.
We would highly recommend this hotel for a stay in Astoria.More