26 Avenue A
Seaside, Oregon 97138
One of the Oregon coast’s most breathtaking waterfront locations is all yours at this magnificent resort located at the end of the historic Lewis and Clark trail. One hundred yards of sandy beach lead down to the invigorating waters of the Pacific and one of the best swimming beaches in Oregon. Stroll the famed Seaside Promenade, view the Lewis and Clark statue at the well-known Seaside turnaround or visit the delightful Seaside aquarium—they’re all just a few yards from your front door.
This charming city offers historic sites, a lively carousel at the centrally located Carousel Mall, many dining options, shopping variety and even a five-screen cinema. All of this and more awaits you while visiting Seaside.
This resort consists of 251 studio, one, two and three bedroom units with gas fireplaces and balconies or decks. Your Seaside resort pampers you with shopping on the ground floor level, covered parking, an exercise facility, heated outdoor swimming pool and spa, a beachfront- entrance children’s pool.
The exquisite condo amenities surround you with comfort. Relax in your living room in front of the fireplace with windows all around. Prepare dinner on your private deck and gaze out at the ever-changing sea, always the best show in town.
The resort offers planned recreational activities as well as an outdoor pool, children’s pool, two outdoor spas, children’s play area, exercise room, arcade games and elevators.
These units come with a fully equipped kitchen with microwave and dishwasher (except studio units), washer and dryer, gas fireplace, cable TV with VCR/DVD player, stereo system with CD player, telephone and hairdryers.
When driving from Seattle, WA, Tacoma is your first stop along the way. Absorb some culture in at the Museum of Glass—13,000 square feet of contemporary art made from glass. Cross the bridge to the Washington State Historical Museum, and then reward yourself with a visit to Brown & Haley Almond Roca® Candy Factory, where you can browse the aisles of the warehouse outlet and find very sweet bargains.
Olympia, Washington state’s capital is your next break. Visit the State Capital where Washington’s territorial, formative statehood and contemporary years are examined through permanent and rotating exhibits. Be sure to check out the Delbert McBride Ethnobotanical Garden, displaying Northwest flora that has been used by generations of Native Americans as food, tools and medicine. Centralia, Washington is home to the largest Factory Outlet shopping center in the state when you get to Centralia - it’s so big it’s on both sides of the freeway.
When driving from Portland, OR, go back in time with the Oregon Historical Society Museum. Absorb the rich history of the Oregon Trail and the people who traveled it. The Oregon Zoo is where you’ll find lions, giraffes and zebras, and you can even enjoy a trek through the African Rain Forest.
Cannon Beach is a beautiful spot to stop and have a picnic. You can explore Haystack Rock, the most photographed monolith and sea-life refuge on the Oregon coast. Go a little further and you’ll find Tillamook Head Lighthouse, located between Cannon Beach and Seaside on Tillamook rock; its light first shined in 1880. It is now a federal wildlife refuge.
|Check-in Location:||The check-in office is located in the lobby of the resort.|
|Office Hours:||24 hours (503) 738-4800|
|Check-in Time:||4:00 p.m.|
|Checkout Time:||12:00 noon|
|Checkout:||Upon departure, please leave your keys at the front desk.|