Sylvia Beach Hotel

★★★★★
  • 267 NW Cliff St

    Newport, OR 97365

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  • 541-265-5428

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I love this place! It is quiet, clean, and full of character and charm. Whenever you walk in the owner will say "Welcome home". I love that. There are no t.v.s or other noisy distractions, and it sits right on the oceanfront. Each room is decorated in a different author, like Edgar Allan Poe, Dr.Seuss, etc. There is a cute little library room upstairs that you can read books as you look out the window at the beach. They offer a complementary gourmet breakfast in the mornings that you will not forget. Its a such a delightful place to stay at.

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★★★★★

I love this place! It is quiet, clean, and full of character and charm. Whenever you walk in the owner will say "Welcome home". I love that. There are no t.v.s or other noisy distractions, and it sits right on the oceanfront. Each room is decorated in a different author, like Edgar Allan Poe, Dr.Seuss, etc. There is a cute little library room upstairs that you can read books as you look out the window at the beach. They offer a complementary gourmet breakfast in the mornings that you will not forget. Its a such a delightful place to stay at.

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We would have stayed in another room but it was occupied so we chose the Sheakspear room and WOW!!! it was soooo wonderful... THe library was grand and so comfy. My husband could have spent the night there...We loved their cats and wish that our suitcase had been large enough to hold one of them....Those are big cats...The only one thing we did not like was the dining room. A big disappointment after all of the fab rooms, the dining room was drab and dark...They need some one to stage it for them.... I would think that would be easy as the other rooms were great...I have a few suggestions and maybe I will share them on my next visit...The food was good just not a festive room ..They did suggest a wonderful place to eat and so it all worked out...

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We would have stayed in another room but it was occupied so we chose the Sheakspear room and WOW!!! it was soooo wonderful... THe library was grand and so comfy. My husband could have spent the night there...We loved their cats and wish that our suitcase had been large enough to hold one of them....Those are big cats...The only one thing we did not like was the dining room. A big disappointment after all of the fab rooms, the dining room was drab and dark...They need some one to stage it for them.... I would think that would be easy as the other rooms were great...I have a few suggestions and maybe I will share them on my next visit...The food was good just not a festive room ..They did suggest a wonderful place to eat and so it all worked out...

Pros: Wonderful decor in rooms..Lots of wonderful details

Cons: Dining room drab

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I have never stayed in the hotel - but the restaurant is a must do stop. Call ahead for reservations, and to find out what is on the menu. There is a limited number of choices (at least one is vegetarian). The dining room has a exceptional view of the sunset. What makes this place so special is not the excellent NW cuisine or the view. What makes this a must stop is that you are seated at tables for 8 - which may be 4 couples, or several families, or some other combination. They have a tradition to bring back the art of dinner conversation that makes for a most enjoyable evening.

PROS: Food, Company, View
CONS: can't think of a thing

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★★★★★

I have never stayed in the hotel - but the restaurant is a must do stop. Call ahead for reservations, and to find out what is on the menu. There is a limited number of choices (at least one is vegetarian). The dining room has a exceptional view of the sunset. What makes this place so special is not the excellent NW cuisine or the view. What makes this a must stop is that you are seated at tables for 8 - which may be 4 couples, or several families, or some other combination. They have a tradition to bring back the art of dinner conversation that makes for a most enjoyable evening.

PROS: Food, Company, View
CONS: can't think of a thing

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Perched on a 45-foot bluff above the Pacific surf, this funky old hotel welcomes book lovers. There is always an eclectic mix of guests: couples, singles, families and friends. Everyone gets together at mealtime, where the food is served…

 

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