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Far away


Far away. Close to home.

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Far away


Far away. Close to home.

Far away, close to home

The Commodore is a great jumping off point for adventures in Astoria and along the Pacific coast. It's also the perfect spot to hide out for a few days to read a good book or watch a stack of classic movies. This city is full of surprises, and we put you at the center of everything Astoria has to offer.


 
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Astoria


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Astoria


UNCOVER ASTORIA

Astoria was the first American settlement on the Pacific Coast. Its past is thick with gamblers, bootleggers, knife-fighting fur traders, temperance crusaders, socialist dockworkers, the lost, the crazed, the KKK, and much more. After a fire destroyed much of the city in 1922, the downtown section of Astoria was completely rebuilt and remains much as it looked in 1926. It's a well-preserved remnant of America's small-city downtown past, but it's no Colonial Williamsburg. Astoria is a living, breathing place where buildings on the National Register of Historic Places house decades-old businesses alongside new concepts in brewing, cuisine, and entertainment. Every time you come, you'll get a fresh experience and a few surprises.