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1. The Waves 3* – Gay Friendly Hotels Cannon Beach
The Waves is anlocated in the center of downtown , Oregon. Each room here will provide you with a seating area. Most rooms have direct or a of the .
Each room is complete with a microwave, refrigerator, and a coffee machine. Featuring a shower, the private bathroom also comes with a bath or shower. Extras include a sofa, bed linen and ironing facilities.
At The Waves you will find aand barbecue facilities. Other facilities offered at the property include meeting facilities and a vending machine.
The property is located within 5 minutes’ walk of the EVOO Cooking School and the Coaster Theater Play House. A number ofand can be reached within 1,650 feet of The Waves.
Composed of 4 townhouse-style buildings overlooking the ocean and Ecola Creek, this relaxed hotel is 0.9 miles from Les Shirley Park, 1 mile from Haystack Rock and 2.5 miles from Ecola State Park.
The relaxed rooms and suites feature understated coastal decor and varying amenities, including coffeemakers, microwaves, cable TV and free Wi-Fi. Some have 1 or 2 bedrooms with separate living rooms, oceanfront balconies, kitchenettes with cooktops, or full kitchens.
Free parking is provided. The property offers an outdoor hot tub and a BBQ area, as well as games, books and beach toys to borrow.
The Waves is an excellent facility in a perfect location to both enjoy the ocean and beach and to walk into town. We have stayed in many places in Cannon Beach for over 30 years and The Waves ( Flagship Building) is among the top. We were in room 403 which was on the top floor. It had a very nice nook with a table and two comfortable chairs. Perfect for sitting and watching the beach and ocean. It also had a nice private deck.
The architectural arrangement of the individual rooms in this building is such that you have a real sense of privacy. Expansive windows look onto the beach but not into other rooms or balconies. The clearstory windows allow a lot of light into the rooms even on dreary days. The bathroom is very nice with amazing water pressure. The bathroom lights are harsh though – the very white white kind.
Not to take away from our room, but we looked into room 402 and felt, all things being equal it would be preferable. It’s a bit larger and has a slightly better view.
The Waves looks more like a condo development than a traditional motel. Our room looked a little older (recognizing that buildings on the beach age in dog years) but was clean and neat. We had ocean view – not panoramic but very nice, mini-kitchen, and a gas fireplace (a real plus). The Waves is a short walk from the restaurants and shopping in Cannon Beach and a healthy walk from Haystack Rock.
Our room was comfortable. Our private deck overlooked the north-west so we saw nearby rock formations and part of the sunset. The stove is a four-burner electric. There is a microwave and decent sized fridge. The bathroom is clean and fairly newly done.
The front desk staff was pleasant and helpful. The location is central to the town and steps from the beach. We would come here again.
How much does a room costs at The Waves Cannon Beach?
Prices start 112$/night for Queen Room with Partial View. The Queen Studio with Ocean View
is 181$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.
Featuring ocean views, this studio has a craftsman-style design and offers a fireplace, and raised ceilings with skylights. A wet bar with a refrigerator, microwave, coffee making facilities, and a private balcony is included.
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2. Surfsand Resort 3* – Gay Friendly Hotels Cannon Beach Oregon
This oceanfront resort offers access to Cannon Beach and a clear view of the 235-foot Haystack Rock offshore. A wide array of therapeutic massage services is also available on-site.
Rooms at Surfsand have contemporary themes featuring iPod docking stations and free Wi-Fi. A TV with DVD player and free access to a movie library is also provided. Some rooms include a private patio or balcony as well as a soaking tub.
Guests may enjoy the heated indoor swimming pool and hot tub. An on-site fitness center includes workout equipment and saunas. Surfsand Kids club allows children to experience a number of crafts and activities.
The Wayfarer Restaurant & Lounge, connected to the resort, offers fresh seafood dishes daily.
Situated in downtown Cannon Beach, overlooking the ocean and Haystack Rock, this polished resort lies 3 miles from Ecola State Park.
Cozy, earth-toned rooms feature flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi, as well as coffeemakers, microwaves and mini fridges. Many have ocean views, private balconies and gas fireplaces. Suites add separate living rooms.
The hotel offers free ice cream socials and weenie roasts. A relaxed restaurant serves regional cuisine, and there’s a heated indoor pool, a hot tub, a fitness center and a spa. Event facilities are available.
Our third floor room had a panoramic view of the ocean, with the sand starting perhaps 20 feet from the comfortable balcony. It was cold as the dickens the night we stayed so we didn’t use it much, but in warm weather for sunsets I’m sure it’s amazing. If you had a crossbow you could probably hit Haystack Rock from your balcony…it’s RIGHT there. Pretty much any room in that oceanfront building is gonna give you that view. Ask for one of those.
The room itself is comfortable, good bed, great gas fireplace. The bath products are Aveda which is pretty chic. Room service and there’s a full restaurant just steps away and even closer to Haystack Rock.
How much does a room costs at Surfsand Resort?
Prices start 150$/night for King Studio with Sofa Bed – No View. The Beachfront King Studio is 293$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.
This studio features a gas fireplace, sofa bed, soaking tub, and panoramic ocean views from the balcony.
Where to book online – Surfsand Resort – Gay Friendly Hotels Cannon Beach – you can find the best hotels deals in Cannon Beach during Stormy Weather Arts Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Cannon Beach on Booking.com or Agoda.com or Hotelscombined.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
3. Inn at the Shore 3* – Gay Friendly Hotels Seaside Oregon
Offering free seasonal bicycle rentals and BBQ facilities, Inn at the Shore is located in Seaside. Free Wi-Fi access is available in all guest rooms.
A flat-screen cable TV with a DVD player is available in all rooms at Inn at the Shore. A microwave, small fridge, and dining area are also included.views or partial ocean views are featured from all guest rooms.
Seaside Outlet Mall is 5 minutes’ drive away. Ecola State Park is 15 miles away. Portland International Airport is 78 miles away.
A 0.4 mile drive from US-101, this casual hotel is across the street from the beach. It’s 0.2 miles from Seaside Golf Course, and 1.2 miles from Seaside Aquarium.
The relaxed, airy rooms feature sliding glass doors opening onto patios or balconies, most with ocean views. All rooms have free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs with DVD players, and gas fireplaces, as well as microwaves, mini fridges and coffeemakers. Some have whirlpool tubs. Suites add extra bedrooms and kitchenettes.
Amenities include free bike and DVD rentals, plus communal gas grills.
Our second stay here, it’s just a lovely small boutique hotel with a great location and great value. Our first stay we had the two room suite with full kitchen, hard to beat the oceanfront double balcony and full size fridge. We booked later this time and got the ground floor two queen room with jacuzzi…it was lovely!
Comfortable in every way, still has a microwave and mini-fridge and the perfect glassware/utensils to make takeout easy.
How much does a room costs at Inn at the Shore?
Prices start 108$/night for Queen Room with Balcony. The Oceanfront Deluxe 2 Bedroom Suite
is 159$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.
This suite has a balcony, DVD player and minibar.
Where to book online – Inn at the Shore – Gay Friendly Hotels Seaside OR – you can find the best hotels deals in Seaside during Stormy Weather Arts Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Cannon Beach on Booking.com or Agoda.com or Hotelscombined.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.