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Selina Commodore Astoria

258 14th St, Astoria, OR 97103-3906
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#8 of 14 hotels in Astoria
Located in the iconic Lewis Building, in the heart of downtown Astoria, Selina Commodore Astore blends antique with modernity, reflecting the historic roots of the property. A quick walk from the shore, and just minutes from some of the most popular hiking trails in the area, it’s the perfect way to reconnect with the outdoors. Our standard rooms and suites offer stunning views of the Columbia River, as well as views of the majestic mountains of Washington. Other features include an on-site café, shared kitchen, and library. Start your day with a stroll to the Columbia River, taking in the area's natural beauty as well as the fishing vessels, birds and sea lions that call this place home. Head back to Selina for a wholesome breakfast at our on-site cafe before lacing up your boots and heading out to trek through the natural beauty of Astoria. Want to relax? Kick back with a good book at our beautifully-designed library! As dusk approaches, grab one of our special bonfire baskets and watch the sunset alongside fellow travelers from around the world.
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Paid private parking nearby
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Bar / lounge
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Baggage storage
24-hour front desk
Non-smoking hotel
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Flatscreen TV
iPod docking station
Hair dryer
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Non-smoking rooms
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Fieldtravels wrote a review Apr 2021
Irvine, California306 contributions99 helpful votes
I’ll start with the positive. This would be a great place to stay if you are on a budget and want a funky, cool place to stay. This is not a place to stay if you don’t want to share a bathroom and shower with everyone on your floor in a very small room. Everything was clean and the atmosphere is nice, but I’m not into paying to share a bathroom.
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Date of stay: April 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
Pinkvictory wrote a review Feb 2021
Boulder, Colorado9 contributions3 helpful votes
I have family in Astoria and visit frequently. I always stay at the Commodore and I swear: I love it. It’s cozy, super unique, funky, and restful. I like the cabin rooms as they’re a bit quieter than the street-side rooms, and there’s nothing like falling asleep with the window open...listening to the rain and the seagulls calling. Plus, the service is always top-notch and everyone who works there is a delight. Highly recommended!
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Date of stay: March 2020Trip type: Travelled solo
Passport41547129694 wrote a review Sep 2020
1 contribution1 helpful vote
I came here desperate to get out of PDX during the wildfires. First bad sign: After booking, I called ahead to ask about what the hotel was doing in terms of COVID. The person at the desk said they didn't know. I should have cancelled then. When I arrived, there were two people working behind the desk. One had no mask on. There is a tiny plexiglass shield hanging over a small part of the desk area, but it's miniscule and open on all sides. I thought perhaps the desk clerk had the mask off just briefly. No. I saw this person multiple times on three separate days--behind the desk, in the lobby, out front. Not once wearing a mask. And it's also against the law. We're in a global pandemic and we know COVID is passed through the air. Another clerk was wearing a gator neck covering that they pulled up. Also not okay! We know that gators and bandanas don't protect from COVID. People working inside A HOTEL need to wear actual protective masks! This is also the law in Oregon. When I got in my room, there were fingerprints on the tv (which didn't work anyway), cobwebs in several places, and a dirty floor. The noise from the hallways and streets is so loud that earplugs don't filter out the noise. The toilet in my room ran loudly the whole time. There were fruit flies all over the room. I paid extra for a private bathroom and can't believe how expensive this place is ($220/night) given how dirty and loud it is, and truly I'm astonished that the staff thinks it's okay to not wear masks.
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Date of stay: September 2020
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Dream467933 wrote a review Jan 2020
Vancouver, Washington18 contributions4 helpful votes
This is a fun place to sip wine and have intelligent and informed wine conversation. Great host and quality selection at a good price. The atmosphere if comphy and welcoming too. Its a nice place to stop in on your way to the theater or after...
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Date of stay: October 2019
ITravelMontana wrote a review Dec 2019
Montana684 contributions93 helpful votes
This is an old hotel where the old rooms have had all of the charm removed. The only thing added was high prices. We had a, “cabin room – bathrooms down the hall”, because we had a pet with us. That meant: Our window was frosted over, so there was no view. It could only be opened 12 inches out at the bottom. Which let you look 10 inches down at a roof. We left it closed because with no screen, who knows what or whom might crawl in. Which also meant our room was stuffy with no ventilation. There was no place to put a suitcase except on the floor, bed or on the one chair. We had glasses in our room but no ice bucket. When we asked for ice, we were told the ice machine was broken. Apparently, no one could bother to grab a cooler and a few bags of ice to put in the lobby so guests could have cold drink in their room. We had four bed pillows. They were: Very, Very Hard // Very Hard // Pretty Hard // Still Really Hard. The rooms also don’t have phones, so if you have a problem you need to walk downstairs and ask the Desk Clerk to solve it. The hotel is very noisy, inside and out. That’s not unusual for an old hotel in a downtown area, but you WILL need the provided earplugs. The internet didn’t work for most of our stay. Top download speed was 14 mbps The showers were had very good pressure and heat. The “flat screen TV” was a 17-inch screen. They have a, “beer tasting” from 5-7 p.m. but it is one type of beer, you get a six-ounce glass that is locked away in a closest and if you unwittingly ask for a refill, you are informed that you get one glass only.
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Date of stay: November 2019
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US$67 - US$204 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
United StatesOregonOregon CoastAstoria
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Frequently Asked Questions about Selina Commodore Astoria
Which popular attractions are close to Selina Commodore Astoria?
Nearby attractions include Columbia River Maritime Museum (0.4 km), Lightship Columbia (0.4 km), and Astoria Sunday Market (0.1 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Selina Commodore Astoria?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a lounge, and reduced mobility rooms.
What food & drink options are available at Selina Commodore Astoria?
Guests can enjoy a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Selina Commodore Astoria?
Yes, paid private parking nearby is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Selina Commodore Astoria?
Conveniently located restaurants include Frite & Scoop, Bowpicker Fish & Chips, and Drina Daisy Bosnian Restaurant.
Is Selina Commodore Astoria located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.4 km away from the centre of Astoria.
Are pets allowed at Selina Commodore Astoria?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to Selina Commodore Astoria?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Fort Clatsop National Memorial (7.2 km), The Lewis And Clark National And State Historical Parks (7.2 km), and The Tidal Rock in Astoria (0.07 km).
Is Selina Commodore Astoria accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access and reduced mobility rooms. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.