1- or 2-Night Stay with Trolley and Museum Passes at Astoria Riverwalk Inn in Astoria, OR

Astoria, OR

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In a Nutshell

Two-story hotel overlooks marina and has views of Astoria-Megler Bridge; package includes Oregon Film Museum and history-museum passes

The Fine Print

Expires Nov 1st, 2013. Must book by 11/1/13 or promotional value expires. Must complete travel by 1/31/14. Limit 4 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 4 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required, subject to availability. 48-hour cancellation notice required or fee of applicable one-night's stay up to the amount paid for Groupon applies. Must be 18 or older to check-in. Credit card required at booking and check-in. Not valid with reward points. 10% tax not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Historic Inn Overlooking Bay and Astoria–Megler Bridge

The town of Astoria is tucked away in the northwestern corner of Oregon on a peninsula that juts into the mouth of the Columbia River. In the late 1800s, this was one of the busiest ports on the Pacific coast, and today, the river still bustles with fishing ships, sailboats, and private yachts. At the Astoria Riverwalk Inn, you'll have a front-row view of the bay, as each guest room has a balcony that overlooks the marina and its passing vessels. You can also catch a glimpse of the town's iconic landmark, the Astoria-Megler Bridge, which runs for 4 miles along the horizon and connects Oregon to Washington State.

Just outside the Astoria Riverwalk Inn, rental bicycles are available to explore the grounds and surrounding area. You can also hop aboard the historic Astoria Riverfront Trolley for a ride to the town's many attractions.

Included with this getaway are passes to the town's Heritage Museum, as well as the Flavel House, an 1885 Queen Anne–style Victorian home. The mansion has been returned to its original splendor, with period furnishings and a restored three-story octagonal tower. The Oregon Film Museum has exhibits that chronicle the blockbuster movies filmed in the area, including The Goonies and Kindergarten Cop.

Astoria, Oregon: Frontier Port with Victorian Architecture and Museums

One of the oldest US settlements west of the Rockies, Astoria brims with relics of its storied past. The town itself is named after John Jacob Astor, who founded the Pacific Fur Company and established Fort Astoria in 1811. The area's rich nautical history is documented through interactive exhibits at the Columbia River Maritime Museum. Here, you'll find artifacts such as a US Coast Guard surf rescue vessel, a historic sword and scabbard rescued from a shipwreck, and a 17th-century chunk of beeswax.

A few miles west, in Fort Stevens State Park, you can view remnants of the Peter Iredale shipwreck, an English vessel that ran aground in 1906 while the captain was texting and steering. Nearby, there are plenty of opportunities to hike on the wooded shores of the Columbia River.

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75% of 1,999 customers recommend

  • “inside was nice.good bed. good view”

  • “Clean, good bed, great breafast& view !”

  • “The bed was comfortable, better than most places & the location was good.”

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    Astoria, OR

    400 Industry St

    Astoria, OR 97103

    +15033252013

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