Astoria Rivershore Motel is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Astoria, offering a budget friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Astoria Rivershore Motel is a budget friendly motel offering a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
While staying at Rivershore Hotel, visitors can check out Fort Astoria (0.8 mi) and Chief Comcomly Memorial (1.2 mi), some of Astoria's top attractions.
Travelers looking to enjoy some crab can head to T Paul's Supper Club, Fulio's Pastaria, or Bridgewater Bistro. Otherwise, you may want to check out a seafood restaurant such as T Paul's Supper Club, Buoy Beer Company, or Bowpicker Fish & Chips.
Astoria is also known for some great art galleries, including Riversea Gallery Contemporary Works of Art and Imogen Gallery, which are not too far from Astoria Rivershore Motel.
Enjoy your stay in Astoria!
This motel is not as presented online. $200 per night is not budget friendly & the rooms are dingy at best. All amenities are very cheap, from toilet paper to box fans. There was no top sheet on our bed, just the sheet over the mattress and a blanket & comforter, which was stained. The chair & couch in the living room were also stained. Two boxed fans were provided as an alternative to air conditioning in the kitchenette suite. We placed one in the bedroom window to cool our room down but find it ridiculous to pay such a price for no a/c at a below quality motel. But, it gets better. At 8 am on Saturday night (a holiday weekend), someone begins to cut down (by hand) the overgrowth behind our room. They give up but return at 9:15 pm with a weed-eater to cut down more. Remember, the box fan is in the window! So not appropriate! I brought up the issues we had at check-out but the desk clerk was not concerned or apologetic. We had never been to Astoria before and based our motel stay on their website. Don't make the same mistake as we did. Steer clear and stay somewhere else. This was my hubby's birthday weekend and I was embarrassed with where I chose to stay to celebrate!…
Let me preface by stating that I have never posted a bad review and am very tolerant and non-confrontational. I am a seasoned traveler who is comfortable staying anywhere from rustic accommodations to fancy hotels. My only requirement is cleanliness. That being said, we had a bad experience at the Astoria Rivershore that other travelers should be aware of. Upon arriving, we were a bit disappointed at the room looking nothing like the photos online. The furniture was worn out with scratches and finish worn off, the paint was peeling off the door trim, the carpet was stained, ceiling was peeling a bit, baseboards needed a dusting, and the (non smoking) room smelled musty and smoky. This was not a deal breaker until we saw how truly dirty the room was. The first thing I do in any hotel is check the sheets. This was a shocker. First of all, one twin bed was made with no sheets on it. The 2nd twin bed had hairs all over the sheets. Worst of all, the queen bed had crumbs all over it, and several stains, including bloodstains. There were also crumbs all over the floor and hairs in the shower, including pubic hairs. Upon calling the front desk, I explained the problem with the sheets that we needed clean sheets and sheets for the twin bed that was made with no sheets on it. She brought sheets in a bag (no twin sheets) and offered no apology or remorse whatsoever, even when she saw the sheets. No “I’m sorry,” or any kind of acknowledgement. She just said that the room “looked clean” when she walked through. To me this is most disturbing of all because it indicates that low standards for cleanliness and customer service are accepted by this establishment…this eroded my trust completely because what other unsanitary conditions might be ok with them? At at this point we did not trust that the room was sanitary overall and left for another motel. I do not wish for an apology from the management as it is clear that the management truly does not care. I just want other travelers to be aware.…
The Motel was clean and well appointed. Nice that it had a kitchen and private bedroom. We celebrated our 13 year wedding anniversary. It was a very good stay. The staff were great in accomadating us even during covid. The office staff and manager were very nice. My wife and I are in customer service for over 15 years and this was very good customer service. We were very happy with our stay. It is on the highway but the road noise did not bother us. Recommended and we will stay again. Very close to downtown Astoria and many attractions.
I stayed a few months ago and the toilet seat and microwave was broken. So i said something. Fast forward to today. I go to check in and told i am flagged cause my review and they will not let me stay there. Keep in mind i had it booked for more then a week and already paid for it. So the manager is like the little kid in the game who quits cause you said something mean. I stayed there at leaat 10 times and just had the one problem but cause of that i got stuck in oregon with no hotel room and no help. So if you have something wrong with your room only post it if ypu dont plan on coming back.
We paid for a 2 bedroom, 2 bath unit and were guaranteed the ground floor. due to an inability to use stairs. The room was not ready on time. And the only such unit was up a flight of stairs. Another lady was having the same problem. She was there with her mother who was in a wheel chair, and was again promised a ground floor unit. The place was a dump. And there were creepy people there. She refused to refund our credit card payment, because we booked with a third party. We called (855)680-3239. This was supposed to be a number for Best Western at Long Beach. The customer service representative guided me to his motel, and offered to "make me a special deal"., Some deal. We tried staying at a reputable hotel, but they were full that late in the day. We drove back home to Vancouver, Washington. This establishment should have its business license revoked. I tried getting my money back from the booking company, and spoke with Jasmine. She persisted in denying we booked with them, but asked more and more detail until she verified the booking. She was polite. I give her credit for that. She put me on hold to talk with a third company. She did come back to the phone. I could hear her fine, but she did not hear me (or acted as if she couldn't). When I tried to reach a live person by calling the same number and using the same prompts, I was unable to get to a live person. Hmmm. I have initiated a dispute process with our credit card company. …