Stay a While
Astoria’s largest and oldest waterfront building, boasting 84,800 square feet features the Fisherman’s Suites, a 4 Suite luxury mini retreat that when combined is more than enough room to sleep 24 people, each with spectacular views above the Columbia River. The Captain Suite, the Premier Suite of the 4 has a Jacuzzi tub, a gas fireplace, full kitchen, dining room, and living room with beautiful Asian mahogany hardwood floor and restored original fir beams. The Bunkhouse is very popular and has two bedrooms with Queen Size Beds, 2 hide-a-beds and can sleep 8 with a full kitchen and a trap door leading to the river.
On the Pier
Pier 39 – Astoria, has executive office rentals and artists lofts also available; you can eat pizza and drink beer at Rogue Ale Public House or sit and relax with an award winning latte at Coffee Girl; a dive compressor at the SCUBA shop is also available for those adventurous explorers. You can even take or ship home some of Oregon’s famous Dungeness Crab from our live crab tank or eat fresh oysters in the half shell.
The Hanthorn Cannery is the oldest fish processing and canning plant remaining on the lower Columbia River. Our facility houses a collection of historic equipment and documents that is second only to the Columbia River Maritime Museum in the region. Many of these resources are accessible to the public at the Hanthorn Cannery museum, located in the center of the Cannery in historic Astoria, Oregon.