Located next to Highway 30, the hotel is surrounded by Oregon forest overlooking the Columbia River. Waterfront dining is steps away – and beaches, cafés, and shops in downtown Astoria are a 10-minute ride on the Astoria Riverfront Trolley. Relax in the hotel’s indoor pool, and enjoy free daily hot breakfast and WiFi.
- Family Friendly
- Fitness Facility
- Complimentary Breakfast
- Spa / Hot Tub
- Handicap Accessible
- Internet Access
- Air Conditioning
Okay but overpriced
The facility was good in terms of Hilton properties but we got hit during a peak time and had our rate doubled. Be aware of when to travel to avoid this if possible. If I am going to pay $400 I expect a LOT more love from staff, top notch rooms, and at least a passing recognition of Hilton rewards status.
Get a river view
We upgraded to the larger room and was not disappointed. Great view of the river with a balcony. Could not leave the windows open though as the sea lions / seals made too much noise. We slept great with comfortable beds and a great A/C.
Clean updated and a view!
After a long day this room was perfect and allowed me to enjoy the view from a balcony! Ample parking and even the parking lot was clean!! Walking path waterside and walking across the wooden bridge to Rogue Brewery was an unexpected convenience!! Great job Hampton Inn can’t wait to come back!!
MOLD-ridden room for nearly $400/night
I am stumped at the positive reviews for this hotel. Yes, the river view was fantastic - but that was all. Couldn't sleep due to strong mold in the room (which they attempted to mask with strong chemical air "fresheners.") Overly bleached sheets, visibly dinged and damaged furnishings. As other reviewers have pointed out: this is a sad, sagging, dirty and aged hotel, direly in need of an update. Breakfast was one of the worst we had ever seen in decades of world travel. All for nearly $400/night. (Yes, $400. Thanks, pandemic) We booked a 2-night stay, and left a day early - and staff never asked why. In our experience, this means early checkouts happen with some frequency. We are now retiring from the Hampton Brand. Ever since Hilton bought the chain years ago, it has gone downhill, and this stay was the final straw.
Fun and Accessible
Right on the Columbia (with sea lions barking), this hotel was perfect. It was clean, quiet (even with the sea lions), close to many restaurants, bars and tourist spots. They had a decent breakfast and clean laundry facilities. The day manager, Buta Singh, was lots of fun and super friendly. Thanks!