Fodor's Expert Review Commodore Hotel

258 14th St., Astoria, Oregon, 97103, USA Fodor's Choice

An economical but stylish downtown boutique hotel, the Commodore has become a favorite with young and artsy souls from Portland and Seattle thanks to its vintage-chic aesthetic, large wall murals and photos, and hip Street 14 Cafe off the lobby. The three-story building opened as a hotel in the 1920s, but sat vacant for 40 years until its current owners rehabbed it in 2009. If you don't mind sharing a bathroom and don't require too much space, book one of the cozy "cabins," which offer communal bathroom facilities. All rooms have DVD players, and guests are free to borrow a movie from the hotel's large collection.

PROS

  • hip ambience
  • wallet-friendly rates
  • excellent Street 14 Cafe on-site

CONS

  • least expensive rooms share a bath
  • simple decor

QUICK FACTS

Hotel
Sceney
Central
Local Flavor
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HOTEL INFO

Phones: 503-325–4747

HOTEL DETAILS

18 rooms, 10 with shared bath
Rate Includes: No meals

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