A great location, center of town. Great history and feel to the whole building. Staff was great!
Reviewer: Tripadvisor.com traveler rating, July 2011
We found the Hotel Elliott everything we hoped it would be: charming, well-furnished, romantic and very comfortable. Not sure why other reviews harped on the small size of bathrooms or lack of dresser space, et al. The bathroom was roomy, with a nice shower and under tile heating. Bed was over-the-top in comfort. Perfect sized continental breakfast downstairs; wine bar and rooftop are added bonus. We could walk everywhere we needed to go. Parking wasn't an issue for us on a Friday evening. Room Tip: Every room is different - talk to the hosts at time of checkin, they'll happily upgrade.
Reviewer: Tripadvisor.com traveler rating, June 2011
Was looking for a place to stay for the night and all the usual suspects (holiday inn, comfort suites, best western) were all booked up. I didn't know about the Elliott but once I found it I wished I had gone there first. It's a classic property with a modern twist. It's well upgraded but it maintains all of it's charm. The staff at the front were great too! When I come back to Astoria I will definitely come back!
Reviewer: Tripadvisor.com traveler rating, August 2010
Not just a stay... but an experience! We truly enjoyed and appreciated all your careful attention to detail and keeping of the craftsman era roots. Loved the etched design on the shower doors and appreciated the heated tile floor in the bathroom - (only hotel we've ever stayed in that had this)! Loved being "bacon & egged" during our stay, and it was nice to have a handmade waffle! Thank you again! We'll definelty be back!
Cygans - September 2008
An amazing Hotel in an amazing town. So happy that we stayed here on our trip in April of 2006. We will be back in October 2007!
Reviewer: Tripadvisor.com traveler rating, April 16, 2007
The beds at the Hotel Elliot are the most comfortable that I have ever slept in. If you think a bed is just a bed, think again! Otherwise the room was small but elegantly appointed, complete with heated floors in the bathroom. The rooftop deck gives you a wonderful view of the river and downtown Astoria, while the underground wine bar and smoke room are gorgeous and cozy. The location couldn't be better: downtown Astoria is a charming old fishing town where you can easily find an assortment of northwest wines, beers, and of course seafood, with the Hotel Elliot at the heart of it all. There is also a very nice Saturday market just outside the hotel during the summer. All in all this was a wonderful place to visit.
Reviewer: travel.yahoo.com traveler rating, February 12, 2007
My husband and I travel often and have stayed at many historic/boutique hotels! And, I've got to say that the Hotel Elliott just about surpasses them all! Each individual room & suite is designed and decorated completely unique from the others! What a creative masterpiece! The Winebar is great...decorated with an artistic rugged "underground" feel...yet warm & welcoming! The entire Hotel is themed in the early 1920's...yet still has all of the luxurious modern conveniences! The heated limestone-tile flooring in the bathrooms were a brilliant idea, the jacuzzi tub was fabulous...(and perfectly located in our 5th floor club suite with a grand-view window) and the beds were very comfortable! Shame on anyone who doesn't take advantage of this wonderfully restored historic Hotel!!! WE LOVED IT!
Reviewer: Tripadvisor.com traveler rating, November 30, 2006
What a great hotel, what a nice town! We spent Columbus Day weekend at Hotel Elliott and we're still talking about it. The staff was great. Everyone was helpful and friendly - from management to housekeeping. All in all, a very well run hotel. The suites are roomy, comfortable, clean and very nicely appointed. If there weren't so much to see and do in the area, I could've spent the whole time relaxing in our room. Loved the view from the rooftop, loved the wine bar. While you're in Astoria, aside from the obvious attractions, be sure to go to the Bow Picker for fish and chips (in season) and to Shallon Winery for an interesting winery experience. Well worth the trip!
Reviewer: Tripadvisor.com traveler rating, October 21, 2006