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Hotel Elliott
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Reviewed 22 August 2009

eMy wife and I along with 6 friends, arrived by boat which was made clear to the front desk people upon our arrival. We did not fill out vehicle registration cards as our vehicle was parked in the marina.
The next morning , very early , each of our rooms was called to see if we owned the white Buick out front , after a late night out this was not a welcome call.
When discussing this issue with manager on duty the next morning , I was in formed that it was my responsibility to fill out the vehicle registration form and check the box " no vehicle " even though we weren't offered one.
Eventually she agreed this was their problem and took 10 % off our bill.
Even then this Hotel doesn't come close to the level of accommodation or service one would expect from the prices charged.

  • Stayed: August 2009, travelled with friends
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8  Thank RobEugeneOr
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Reviewed 17 August 2009

Had a queen deluxe room here for one night as we passed through Astoria. Very plush with nice continental breakfast and evening wine included in the price. Also great coffee in the lobby around the clock. Even had tile floor warmer in the bathroom. This hotel has been totally remodeled to include all comforts and amenities yet it retains much of its former old world charm throughout. Central location right in town near everything. Would definitely stay here again.

  • Stayed: August 2009, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Chinana
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Reviewed 17 August 2009

I found the service great. The bedding was outstanding. We went up to the roof top and listened to a band. Had a great time.

  • Stayed: August 2009, travelled with friends
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Thank EugeneVickster
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Reviewed 3 August 2009

The Elliott is a beautiful, old hotel well situated in downtown Astoria. We have stayed there before and that stay was flawless. This stay was, however, not as good.

It started with the room itself. The room had no way to control the temperature except the window, which was not that effective. Although we did not watch much TV (morning news), the TV was a little tube style TV with a remote that did not work. It had clumsy wires coming out the front to connect to a DVD player and the armoire it sat in was missing one of the doors. Nice touch.

My big pet peeve was the housekeeping. The room was well set up when we arrived, but things went quickly downhill from there. We left the room to drive down the coast mid-morning and returned mid-afternoon (around 2:30). The room was as we left it. Since we had returned to relax and nap, this was a little disheartening. At 3:30 there was some laughing and talking in the hall, so I peeked out the door to see if it was housekeeping. Two teenaged boys with skateboards were outside the door visiting with the housekeepers. When they saw me, they scattered. But at least I no longer had to wonder why our room wasn't being attended to. We decided to leave again, and in the lobby we saw the skate boarders again, but this time they were filling big-gulp cups with complimentary coffee and tea. When we returned before dinner, our room was finally finished, sort of. The bed was made, but the rest of the room was sorely lacking. They had left behind dirty coffee cups and water glasses, didn't replenish the coffee bar with new coffee grinds or filters (I had to re-use the coffee filter from the day before), the daily paper was left behind on the floor.

I have to wonder where the management is in this hotel. It used to be so nice. I am sad I can no longer recommend this hotel--especially for the price.

  • Stayed: July 2009, travelled as a couple
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9  Thank Puggygirl13
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Reviewed 27 July 2009

This is an older hotel in the center of downtown Astoria. The hotel has been updated to today’s standards but needs better air control systems in the guest rooms.

  • Stayed: July 2009, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank SunSandH20
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