This historic building has served travelers continuously since 1914 and is one of the oldest hotels on the Oregon Coast. The Cannon Beach Hotel is thoughtfully restored with custom-designed furnishings and bedding, plush towels and robes, and original art throughout. We welcome you with impeccable style and grace. Your experience begins with the cozy elegance found in our lobby with a blazing fire, deep armchairs, books, fresh flowers, local saltwater taffy, freshly baked cookies, and complimentary hot beverages. These, in addition to many more complimentary amenities, are at your disposal: Wi-Fi, gym passes, DVD library, books, magazines, newspapers, beach chairs and towels, guest refrigerator, local taffy, plus more. Designed with couples in mind, each room is special and unique. Many rooms feature a combination of claw-foot soaking tubs, fireplaces, and four-poster beds. All our rooms include our custom made SeaCloud mattress. Enjoy our deluxe Mimosa continental breakfast between 8-10 a.m., or take a tray to your room! Here, relaxation, peace of mind, and a special pampered feeling await you. The Cannon Beach Hotel, chosen as the finest Bed and Breakfast in Cannon Beach by the Travel Channel, is also a member of Unique Inns. Ample parking with Tesla and universal charging stations are available. A smoke and pet-free environment. We’re sorry, only children over 16 please. Check-in between 4-10pm, call for late arrival.
Congratulations Claudia Toutain-Dorbec, Owner and General Manager of the Cannon Beach Hotel™! Claudia is pictured here accepting our "Unique Inns" Member Plaque from Lanning Blanks, President of Unique Inns.
This auspicious occasion took place at The Portland's White House, which is also our recommendation for the finest Bed & Breakfast in Portland, owned and operated by Mr. Blanks.
Another Unique Inn to consider, if you are in the area, is the Shelburne Inn, Pub and Restaurant, Seaview, (Long Beach area), Washington. A true country
inn, the Innkeepers, David and Laurie, welcome their guests with old-world hospitality and charm.
In October 2014, a flag was flown over the United States Capitol at the request of Senator Ron Wyden on the occasion of the 100th year anniversary of the historic Cannon Beach Hotel in beautiful Cannon Beach, Oregon.