Best Western Lincoln Inn offers pet-friendly accommodation with complimentary breakfast and a 24-hour heated indoor pool. Located a five-minute drive from the Astoria Riverwalk, the top-rated Maritime Museum is also a short drive away.
Rooms are comfortably equipped with Wi-Fi, satellite TV, a desk, coffee maker, iron, and hair dryer. Free local calls are available, and all accommodation features air-conditioning.
Keep up with your fitness schedule at the gym, complete with a steam room and sauna. A laundromat, business center and meeting room are also available for guest use.
Astoria Coffee House, a local favorite, is two blocks away. Try something new at the Buoy Beer Company, accessible in 15 minutes by car, and if your visit is in the month of April, the Crab, Seafood and Wine Festival is a must-see.
The Lewis and Clarke drawbridge for picturesque views is a 12-minute walk from Best Western Lincoln Inn.
Guests said that staff were willing to put in the extra effort to ensure a wonderful stay. From the moment that they checked in, many guests knew that they had made a great choice, due in large part to the friendly vibe found throughout the hotel. Staff were equipped to professionally handle any problems that arose, and were always courteous.
Breakfast a great perk.
The complimentary breakfast did the job with a nice selection of hot and cold items. Things like sausage, biscuits, eggs, and bagels were appreciated by hungry guests, and everything was fresh and well-presented.
Several great things.
Guests listed a variety of things that contributed to an enjoyable stay. Among them were a great pool and hot tub, well maintained common areas, and a location that provided easy access to both the best of Astoria and places farther afield like Seaside and Canon Beach.
Not the best neighborhood.
While it didn't bother most guests, a few commented on the industrial buildings and construction in the immediate area. Some said that warehouses made it hard to find the front entrance at times, and a few would have liked a nicer ambiance in the general vicinity.
Basic rooms on the small side.
The least expensive rooms might be too small and dark for some tastes. Poor lighting, small windows, and an overall lack of space was off-putting for a few guests who felt cramped at times.
Soundproofing could be better.
A few guests complained of hallway noise that funneled in through thin walls and doors that could have used a bit more soundproofing. Noise from above was also a concern from time to time, but for the most part, guests described this hotel as quiet.