Welcome to the Norblad Hotel & Hostel
The Norblad Hotel is located in the heart of historic downtown Astoria-- just take a quick stroll to the river walk for some breathtaking views or explore craft brew pubs with breathtaking brews. You'll discover coffee houses, museums, shopping, theaters, and more. Pull up to our "red carpet" entrance and create a reality worth sharing.
The Norblad Hotel & Hostel History:
A.C. Miller and J.H. Jeffers, proprietors of the Sunflower Dairy, hired architect John E. Wicks to design this concrete and brick, two-story business block. In November 1923, a ten-year lease on the second floor was signed with Governor George F. Norblad , and in January, the Hotel Norblad opened its doors. The Bank of Commerce moved into their new quarters in the building and opened for February 28, 1924. This building is significant for its connection to architect John E. Wicks and contribution to the historic streetscape through its quality of design and retention of detail. This building is rare in that it has two doorways with terra cotta surrounds. The glass and pressed tin canopy is the finest canopy in the area. The building is also significant for its incorporation of a hotel, a common trend during the historic period.Book Now
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We are located at 443 14th Street, Astoria, OR, 97103
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We strive to provide an exceptional level of service for every guest, and are proud to have a 4.5-star rating on TripAdvisor.Read Reviews