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Comfort Suites Columbia River Star Rating 3        
3420 Leif Erickson Dr

Next to the Astoria Riverwalk on the Columbia River, this unassuming all-suite hotel is a mile from Fort Astoria and 2 miles from the Oregon Film Museum.The polished studios and 1-bedroom suites come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and desks. They also offer microwaves, minifridges and coffeemakers.
Holiday Inn Express and Suites Astoria Star Rating 3        
204 West Marine Dr.

This modern hotel next to the Columbia River and Astoria-Megler Bridge is 5.2 miles from Astoria Regional Airport, and 6.4 miles from Lewis and Clark National Historical Park.
Red Lion Inn Astoria Star Rating 2        
400 Industry Street

Spend time at the Red Lion Inn Astoria and experience the essence of old Astoria. We are located on the historic Astoria waterfront on Highways 101 and 30 at the approach to the Astoria/Megler Bridge and the West Mooring Basin Marina. Our 122 deluxe guest rooms have private balconies where guests enjoy views of the Columbia River and West Mooring Basin Marina.
Best Western Lincoln Inn Astoria Star Rating 2        
555 Hamburg Avenue

An 8-minute walk from the Port of Astoria, this relaxed hotel is 2.1 miles from Columbia River Maritime Museum and 1.6 miles from Oregon Film Museum.
Cannery Pier Hotel Star Rating 3        
10 Basin Street

On a pier above the Columbia River, this upscale hotel is 2 miles from the Columbia River Maritime Museum and 3 miles from the Astoria Column.The warm, sophisticated rooms and suites all feature minifridges, microwaves, coffeemakers and free Wi-Fi, as well as gas fireplaces and private decks with river views. Suites add separate living rooms, whirlpool tubs and wraparound decks.
Hotel Elliott Star Rating 3.5        
357 12th Street

Built in 1924, this conservative hotel in the Liberty District is 2 miles from Astoria Bridge over Columbia River, a mile from the Astoria Column and 6 miles from Lewis and Clark National Historical Park.Warm rooms with classic furnishings offer heated bathroom floors, pillow-top mattresses, flat-screen TVs and free high-speed Internet. Suites add pull-out sofas, microwaves and minifridges.
Rivershore Motel Star Rating 2        
59 West Marine Drive

A block from the Astoria Riverwalk, this unassuming, low-rise motel with exterior corridors is 1 mile from the Columbia River Maritime Museum, and 7 miles from the Lewis and Clark National Historical Park.The straightforward rooms all include en suite bathrooms, cable TV and free Wi-Fi, as well as minifridges, microwaves and coffeemakers. Suites add river views and/or kitchens.
Astoria Dunes Motel Star Rating 2        
288 West Marine Drive

Adjacent to the Astoria-Megler Bridge and steps from the Riverwalk, this modest 2-story motel is 1 mile from Downtown, 1.3 miles from Columbia River Maritime Museum and 2.4 miles from the Astoria Column.
Rose River Inn Star Rating 3        
1510 Franklin Avenue

Set in a Craftsman-style home built in 1912, this homey B&B is 4 blocks from Columbia River, a 7-minute walk from the Columbia River Maritime Museum and a 10-minute walk from the Oregon Film Museum.The 5 warmly decorated rooms and suites with period details and en suite bathrooms feature free Wi-Fi, TVs and sitting areas, as well as fireplaces. Most have claw-foot tubs, and some add sunrooms with river views.
Columbia Inn Star Rating 1.5        
495 Marine Drive

Set a block from the Astoria Riverwalk, this modest, low-rise hotel is also .7 miles from the Columbia River Maritime Museum, 1.8 miles from the Astoria Column and 6.
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Astoria is a city in the US state of Oregon and named after John Jacob Astor, an American investor whose fur company was founded there back in 1811. It is located on the south of the Columbia River and a port area. There is plenty to see and do in Astoria for tourists. Those who enjoy a museum visit may be interested in the Columbia River Maritime Museum. It is a quality museum, with extensive collections about maritime history and is accredited by the American Alliance of Museums. It is located on the Astoria waterfront after an expansion took place in 2001 but was originally opened back in 1982 at the Old Astoria City Hall.

Today, the Clatsop County Historical Society Heritage Museum is located in the Old City Hall and also worth a visit. Film buffs may prefer the Oregon Film Museum located in the old Clatsop County Jail and featured on the National register of Historic Places. The museum celebrates movies made in Oregon and was opened in 2010. It celebrates the fact that the Goonies was filmed there, as well as Kindergarten Cop, Free Willy, Twilight and Short Circuit. If you enjoy seeing a show, Shanghaied in Astoria comes highly recommended. It is a musical about the history of Astoria and has been performed in the city every year since 1984, thus offering tourists a taste of the city's history and culture with some entertainment thrown in for good measure. There are many historic sites to visit in Astoria, including the Peter Iredale Shipwreck. The Peter Iredale was a barque sailing vessel that was shipwrecked back in 1906 off the Oregon Coast. The wreckage is visible to see and there is lots of information available for visitors.

Another site of interest in Astoria is its highest point, the Astoria Column. It overlooks the Columbia River and was built back in 1926 and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1974. It is surrounded by a popular park and is 125 foot tall. There is a 164 step staircase leading to an observation station at the top. Transport is very accessible in Astoria. One of the most interesting ways to get about is by using the Astoria Riverfront Trolley. This is a 3 mile streetcar line using a former railroad track along the banks of the Columbia River. It has been running since 1999 and uses a heritage streetcar built in 1913. It is iconic in Astoria and carries up to 40,000 passengers annually. It tends to run between the summer months and is well worth popping on board. Alternatively, the city is accessible by foot and bicycle, or city bus. Astoria and the state of Oregon more widely, are tourist friendly and welcome people of all ages and interests, whether for a family holiday or travelling around the area with just a backpack and map!