About Hotel Elliott
Travelers and locals alike choose Hotel Elliott for its friendly and welcoming service, stunning architectural features, and terrific central location in Astoria’s historic downtown district, just across the street from the famed Liberty Theater. Our guests’ appreciate our boutique style hotel, where each guestroom or suite offers a unique experience – each slightly different than the other. With stunning views of the majestic Columbia River or Oregon’s most impressive collection of hillside Victorian style homes our guestrooms are the perfect choice for a luxurious Oregon coastal getaway.
Set against the dramatic backdrop of the Columbia River and Astoria-Megler Bridge, Hotel Elliott’s signature blend of Victorian ambiance, modern elegance, and personalized service makes this beautifully restored boutique hotel the ideal location for your Oregon coast getaway.
Originally constructed in 1924 as a 64-room property, Astoria’s Hotel Elliott completed an end-to-end $4 million renovation in 2003. Today, supreme comfort and technology meet historic charm and period details in Hotel Elliott’s 32 guest rooms, suites and Club Suites, which offer scenic views of the river or of Astoria’s hillsides, dotted with Victorian and Craftsman homes. Updated amenities include original artwork, fireplaces, spa tubs, heated stone floors and Hotel Elliot’s signature “Wonderful Beds,” with 440-count Egyptian cotton sheets, goose down pillows, and custom duvet covers.
Our hotel provides friendly and helpful service that enhances your stay and assist in your exploring of our classic downtown location. Explore the shops, restaurants and take a stroll along the riverfront boardwalk. Learn about our history and our heritage in the many museums that offer from maritime to movies shot in our town.
Guests visiting the Hotel Elliott can enjoy a complimentary continental breakfast in our our breakfast and wine bar area, located adjacent to the main lobby. However, the best spot in the house is up top on our rooftop deck and garden, offering 360-degree panoramic views of the Columbia River and downtown Astoria – a great way to take advantage of the region’s picturesque scenery.