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2015 TripAdvisor: "Top 25 Hotels for Romance - U.S."
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TripAdvisor Travelers' Choice Award for most romantic hotels in the U.S. as determined from ratings by travelers.

2015 1859: "The Ultimate Five-Star, Boutique Hotel"
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"Jutting 600 feet into the Columbia River and making impressive use of a former Union Fish CAnnery, this is hte ultimate five-star, boutique hotel."

2012 Sunset Magazine: "25 best hotels in the West"
25 best hotels in the West

"Built on 100-year-old pilings so it's actually on the water, this hotel deftly captures the spirit of coastal Oregon. "It's what you think about when you think of Astoria," says our scout. Exposed beams and wooden trusses give it a "jaunty, turn-of-the-century maritime feel," historic photos cover the walls, and chauffered vintage 1930s and 1940s cars are yours for free."

June 2011 The Bulletin: "Hail Astoria"

The Northwest's oldest city celebrates its 200th birthday

"ASTORIA — In the greater scheme of things, 200 years isn't that long of a time. But in terms of European-American settlement of the Pacific Northwest, there is nothing older."

June 2009 Travel & Leisure: "Driving: The Oregon Coast"

"Take in the town—and the mouth of the Columbia River—from the 125-foot Astoria Column, and for a dramatic close-up of the Astoria Bridge, which connects Oregon and Washington, check in to the Cannery Pier Hotel (doubles from $299). Built on the site of a fish-packing facility on a pier that extends 600 feet into the river, the four-year-old hotel embraces a Pacific Northwest version of loft architecture, with exposed steel beams in the atrium-style lobby and hardwood floors in the 46 balconied rooms."

April 2009 The Oregonian: "Combing the Coast"
03.03.2009 New York Times: "For a Weekend, Fishermen Measure Haul in Verse"
February 2009 Ultimate Northwest - "150 ways to Celebrate Oregon"

"The CANNERY PIER HOTEL, is built on the site of the former Union Fish Cannery, 600 feet into the Columbia River. The hotel offers cozily modern decor (hardwood floors and fireplaces), a full-service day spa and sunset cruises aboard a 65-foot yacht."

Oct 2009 Cookie Magazine: "Abroad at Home"

"Stay here: Cannery Pier Hotel, from $299 a night; 10 Basin St."

April 2008 National Geographic Traveler - First-Ever, Annual "Stay List."

"CANNERY PIER HOTEL, Astoria, Oreg. A relative newcomer (2005) 600 feet from shore on the Columbia River. A fish cannery in the 19th century, the regional-art-adorned place now serves up locally caught sea fare and native Oregon wines. Complimentary trips into downtown Astoria in the Cannery's chauffeured 1939 Buick. Finnish sauna, day spa, in-suite fireplaces. 46 rooms; $159-550; www.cannerypierhotel.com."

Spring 2008 Cannery Pier Hotel featured in CITY DOG

"In an industry where hospitality is the name of the game, and service and comfort are paramount, the Cannery Pier Hotel walks the talk. From the moment you enter through the double doors, you not only feel welcome, but that every person you encounter genuinely cares that your stay is exquisite."

"Pet friendly amenities at the Cannery Pier include an oversized doggy bed, two bowls, and a basket generously filled with treats, bottled water and baggies."

11.09.2007 Portland Picks: #5 "Dreams Really Do Come True"
09.28.2007 CNCB: "...and the rooms at the Cannery Pier Hotel are wonderful."
05.21.2007 daily kibble: Today's Scoop: Dream Vacation
10.19.2006 CNN : Coastal Living ..."this year's roundup of coastal inns."
10.05.2006 Media Quotes
01.20.2006 USA Today Hotel Hotsheet: A Little Romance on the Water
01.19.2006 Seattle Times: New Hotels Fuel a Tide of Tourism in Astoria
01.01.2006 Sunset Magazine: Best of the West (556kB PDF)

 

 

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