LAVISH HOTEL WITH UNPARALLELED COLUMBIA RIVER VIEWS
The Columbia River flowing beneath your feet, with panoramic views of the maritime traffic is the setting for the Cannery Pier Hotel & Spa. Resting on a 100-year-old pier that extends 600 feet over the river, the hotel offers an out-of-the-ordinary meeting experience. The majestic river flowing by the windows adds an inspiring touch to any meeting or event.
The Union Fish Meeting Room seats up to 70 theater-style or 60 for a banquet. Large windows provide river views, while curtains are available to provide privacy. The room is just right for a small to medium-size conference, seminar or presentation. The Chinook Boardroom, seating 14, offers a plush environment for a corporate planning session or executive retreat. For a mid-meeting break, the boardroom’s outdoor balcony gives your group a fresh air respite with stunning views.
The Cannery Pier Hotel & Spa offers refreshment options for meeting breaks and works with a variety of local restaurants for catered meals. All rooms include complimentary breakfast, wine and hors d’oeuvres, WiFi and free parking. Customized off-site adventure experiences for groups.
Groups meeting at the hotel may want to linger a day or two to enjoy the comfortable setting. Each of the hotel’s 46 guest rooms and suites comes with a private balcony, a fireplace and luxurious amenities. Guests will relax and recharge at the hotel’s full-service day spa or energize in the fitness room. The hotel’s location makes it easy for meeting attendees to explore the historic city of Astoria.
The newly-restored Old 300 trolley takes passengers back and forth along the thriving waterfront with views of fishing boats unloading their catch, while seals and sea lions bask in the sun. Astoria’s riverfront is only a few minutes from the hotel, offering a variety of dining, shopping and sight- seeing options. Outdoor recreation opportunities such as paddle boarding, kayaking, clam digging and eco tours abound. Charter boats provide fishing and crabbing action. For a break from the outdoor activities, Astoria’s museums offer a glimpse into the interesting history of this city that has been an important Columbia River port for more than two centuries.