Spending the night out over the Columbia River on pilings was something new. For a town the size of Astoria, this was a fun spot. It's not a super-lux place by city standards, but its very nice and we're glad to have stopped there. The lobby area is visually quite interesting, and makes really good use of angles in a building that was an old cannery. The room was nice, the bed very comfortable, the bathroom was well laid out with a separate vanity and another smaller counter with a mirror so the two of use weren't vying for the same spot. Not sure if all the rooms are laid out this way, but there were shutters that opened from the claw footed tub out to the bed area, and so had a view out to the River. The shower also looked out those same shutters. It was very interesting and enjoyable to watch the big ships go by, and in the morning, the fishing boats were on their way, too. They served wine in the evening with your choice of a red or a white, and had some very yummy hors d'oeuvres including some made with smoked locks from Josephson's Smoked Fish, which were just fantastic.
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- Cannery Pier Astoria
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