Best Business Hotels in the Oregon Coast

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If you're heading to the Oregon Coast for business, you'll likely want to tack on some vacation days to enjoy the rugged cliffs and scenic beaches that make up the area. Additionally, if you're heading to a convention or looking for a spot to host an event along the Oregon Coast, there a few things to consider before booking a hotel -- meeting spaces on the property, availability of Wi-Fi, and overall atmosphere. After visiting the Pacific's top hotels, we evaluated each to see which are best geared toward the business traveler. Take a look at our list and start planning your trip!

  1. With a picturesque and convenient location, the Inn at Seaside attracts a mix of both families and convention goers. It's centrally located -- just off Highway 101, next to a convention center, and two blocks from the main drag of beach, with fun activities like bumper boats, factory outlets, and an aquarium in the immediate area. Rooms range in size and sleep up to eight at the largest; some have kitchens or kitchenettes. With free breakfast, cookies, Wi-Fi, and an indoor swimming pool, the three-pearl hotel is a good value for travelers on a budget -- but it does look a bit dated.  

  2. Cannery Pier Hotel is a luxury boutique hotel that sits practically on top of the Columbia River; it's literally built 600 feet out into the water on top of the pilings of the old Union Fish Cannery. With outstanding views (rooms look directly out onto the river) and upscale amenities, the hotel is a good choice for the high-end traveler who doesn't mind that it's located a bit more than a mile from the center of Astoria. It's a better choice for couples than families, as there's plenty of romantic touches inside the guest rooms -- like gas fireplaces -- and in common spaces  -- like a nightly wine reception -- geared towards adults. There's an on-site spa, fitness center, free Wi-Fi, complimentary daily breakfast, and two classic cars that shuttle guests around the area -- but no restaurant on-site. 

  3. With a location on the Necanicum River, a two-minute walk from downtown Seaside and one block from the convention center, Rivertide Suites is a good choice for both business and leisure travelers. The 70-room, all-suite property has the comforts of home -- like a seating area, kitchen, electric fireplace, and balcony in each room -- but the look is that of a corporate apartment. Features include a small fitness center and an indoor pool and hot tub. Continental breakfast and an evening manager's reception are both free. 

  4. The Hallmark Resort Cannon Beach is a mid-range beachfront hotel with 129 rooms and suites, many of which look right out onto the ocean. Units range from rooms to one- or two-bedroom suites, and there's even a handful of beach houses for rent. The property's biggest selling point is its location right next to the town's iconic Haystack Rock, though it also has good features, including a lovely spa and a couple of saltwater pools. There are four event spaces for weddings and conferences as well.

  5. The three-pearl Coho Oceanfront Lodge is a low-key, 65-room resort overlooking the beach. Features include ocean-facing fire pits surrounded by Adirondack chairs, weekly wine tastings, movie rentals, meeting space, and in-room massages. There are also a breakfast cafe, hot tub, sauna, gym, and an indoor pool that’s for adults only at night. Most units offer oceanfront balconies, and some have kitchenettes, fireplaces, and/or bunk beds for kids. Although the property looks out over the beach, it's perched on a cliff and beach access is one block away.

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