"Exellent visit. Due to stormy weather were only able to get out crabbibg one day but had cozy relaxing stay rest of the week. One of the cleanest houses we have ever rented. Thank you for the attention to detail."
"We enjoyed our stay. Good location. Cute house. Only downside was the condition of the linens. Pillows & bedding were all worn, very ‘Used ‘. . Loved the quilts on beds. But other linens ….. not so much."
The price is $91 per night from Dec 15 to Dec 15$91
Dec 15 - Dec 16
4.4/5 Wonderful! (520 reviews)
"We liked the historical integrity of the property. The staff was friendly, courteous, and helpful. Location was perfect, close to the shore, prom and shops and dining. However, we were a little underwhelmed by the breakfast and our bed sloped uncomfortably and is in need of replacement. We did enjoy ..."
"2nd time here with dogs. Was just what we needed thank you! great rooms. kitchenette was awesome. Only critique is that the room by the river with the grass and patio... did not have any access to the grass for the dogs. so we had to walk all the way around anyways. would love if it was connected ..."
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Frequently asked questions
Sights with historical relevance in Seaside are likely at the top of your travel itinerary. And while you’re here, you can visit the array of shops and popular beaches. During your trip to this walkable area, you also can spend time at the aquarium.
Seaside has 631 hotels and other accommodations bookable on Expedia, including 18 designated as historic hotels or close to historic sites.
Seaside is notable for landmarks like Tillamook Rock Light. Cultural venues include Seaside Museum and Historical Society and Camp 18 Museum. Ecola State Park is another popular sight to explore.
Historic hotels give guests the opportunity to stay in a place recognized with an official historic designation. Historic hotels throughout the world can take the form of castles, palaces or even pubs or old police stations — any building that’s been identified as being of special interest. These types of hotels in Seaside usually retain original qualities such as period features or traditional architecture in their communal spaces or guestrooms.
The two are similar. “Historic hotel” is a term often used in the U.S., while “heritage hotel” is often used in Asia and Europe. Historic hotels tend to emphasize the architecture and actual building. A heritage hotel draws meaning mainly from the cultural value and how it inspired the community.
Yes, efforts are made to preserve treasured traditions and historic facades, but hotel interiors are fitted with modern conveniences and safety features. Tourists who book a stay should expect the popular amenities you’d get from a hotel such as private rooms with updated bathroom facilities, WiFi, and more. Booking a historic hotel in Seaside doesn’t mean you will stay in a place that’s rundown or uncomfortable for guests.
Recent reviews of Seaside hotels
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"But this location not knowing what to expect but was overall pleased in the location. Right next to the Lewis and Clark monument. All the staff was great and the overall experience was enjoyable"
A verified traveler stayed at Shilo Inn Suites Hotel - Seaside Oceanfront
"Recovering from the pandemic, their breakfast was not the usual fun fare you find at a B&B, but more on the blah side. Otherwise, a great place to stay. Location, safe, comfortable. We would stay again."