The view, room and overall atmosphere of this resort was amazing! We have decided to make it a yearly tradition. If you are looking for a peaceful stay with very nice accommodations, I would highly suggest this property!
Check-in was fast and easy. Front-desk staff was friendly and knowledgeable. Had a 1st floor studio with a murphy bed. Moving the furniture to get to the bed was a bit of a pain but not too bad. Kitchen had a lot of necessary gadgets if I was staying longer term including dishwasher. Shower had large rainshower head with good water pressure. Large closet again useful for longer term stays. I was staying only one night so some of the benefits were not beneficial to me.
Fireplace has automatic timer that didn't work, so I had to manually turn the fireplace off. Fine, no big deal, just couldn't fall asleep with it on. No wi-fi, or at least no wi-fi password given to me or made available easily. A bummer for something that has become commonplace.
Walls are pretty thin. Heard every footstep from upstairs neighbors. Heard every time the sink ran or toilet flushed from upstairs. Wouldn't expect that except for in the oldest and cheapest of hotels or accommodations. Might stay here again but I prefer some other places as a 1st option.
Specify if you want a beach view rather than the parking lot--all the photos on the hotel website show the beach view, but unless you ask for it you won't get it. There is a price difference, by the way. The only Best Western on our trip in which breakfast was not included in the cost of the room. Air conditioner was somewhat noisy which didn't help sleep.
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Conveniently located on the junction between Highway 101 and Highway 20, Newport is just north of Yaquina Bay and the historic Yaquina Head Lighthouse, Oregon's tallest lighthouse. A popular seaside retreat for over 100 years, the quaint Nye Beach neighborhood is known for its art boutiques, restaurants, and antique shops. Visitors are also drawn to the state-of-the-art Oregon Coast Aquarium.