7006 SW Virginia Ave, Portland OR 97219


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Frequently Asked Questions

Can I purchase a gift certificate for a future stay
Yes. You may purchase a gift certificate for a specific dollar amount or for the cost of a one or two-night stay. Call us at 888-303-6370 to make a purchase.

When is the best time to call for information or to make a reservation?
The best time to call the innkeeper is between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Calls made to the Astor House after that time usually go to voicemail.

Can we request an early check in and/or a late check-out?
Our check-in times are typically between 4 & 6pm. It’s important to check with us before arriving early. Between check-outs and check-ins we’re impeccably preparing your suite so it’ll be just right for your arrival or we may be away on errands. On occasion we’re able to honor an early check-in with a pre-arranged appointment time and a $25 Convenience Fee. Keeping check-outs timely is important in order for suites to be properly prepared for next guests. We ask that all guests check out no later than 11:00am after enjoying their leisurely morning at the Inn.

Do any of your rooms have two beds?
Our rooms have one bed, either a queen or a king. The rooms are suited to comfortably accommodate two people.  The Hong Kong Suite has a futon that can be made up as a twin bed.  We also have a cot that can be used,  if needed,  in rooms with enough floor space.  Extra guests must always be arranged in advance with your Innkeepers. 

Do you have any smoking rooms?
No. All of our rooms are non-smoking. Smoking is only permitted 15 feet from the building in the parking lot or on the grounds.

I want to stay for my wedding night but we won’t be able to arrive until very late. Can you accommodate us?
Many couples choose to spend their wedding night at the Astor House and we love to be a part of the start of a new marriage. Since couples usually arrive late at night after their reception, we make arrangements to provide you with a key so you can let yourself in rather than waking up the innkeeper.

May we bring 2 cars when we stay at the Astor House?
We have off street parking behind the house to accommodate only one vehicle per guest room. Occasionally we can accommodate a second vehicle if we have a guest who doesn’t need a parking space or if we don’t have a full house. We’re not able to determine that until check-in time. So, if you’re bringing two cars, please visit the following website for nearby long-term parking ramps in the event we can’t accommodate a second vehicle Greenbaywi.gov/Parking-Ramps-Lots

Do you offer DVD players?
Some rooms have DVD players. 

Do you have DVDs available for guests to borrow?
We have a limited number of DVDs available for loan to guests.

Is Internet access available?
Yes. All of our rooms offer free wireless high speed Internet access.

How is the coffee?
Your innkeeper loves a great cup of coffee and is committed to serving the same to our guests. Each pot of coffee is individually brewed for each breakfast from fresh ground beans with filtered water. The coffee is served to you moments after it is brewed. You won’t experience coffee here that has been sitting on a hot plate or in a carafe for a long period of time.  If you love good coffee, whether regular or decaf, you will be glad that you decided to stay at the Astor House.

May I have breakfast in my room?
Yes! Breakfasts are offered in the parlor, on the front porch (if weather permits) and we also offer to deliver your full three-course breakfast to the door of your suite. Upon check in we’ll go over the next day’s menu and ask you where and when you’d like to enjoy the home-cooked morning meal. (We’ll also ask if you have any special dietary needs.)

Do you serve lunch or dinner?
No. As a bed and breakfast, we are only able to serve breakfast and only to our guests.

How close are you to Lambeau Field, the Weidner Center, Oneida Casino, downtown, the airport, etc.?
The Astor House is centrally located on Hwy. 57 (Monroe Avenue.), only a half block from Hwy. 54 (Mason Street). Most points of interest can be reached from the Astor House within about 10minutes driving time. We are about a ten minute drive to Lambeau and the Resch Center (4 miles), less than ten minutes to the downtown KI Convention Center (less than a mile), and approximately 12 to 15 minutes to Austin Straubel Airport, the Oneida casino (12 miles), and the Weidner Center (10 miles).

Do you have Packer tickets available?
We wish!

Are there any restaurants close to the Astor House?
The closest restaurant is about 8 blocks from here. Within a mile or two, there are about a dozen excellent dining options, with other great places within fifteen minutes driving distance from the Astor House. We have menus from many of the area restaurants available in our parlor for your review.

Are there places to walk near the Astor House?
The Astor House is located in a neighborhood of historic homes. Guests enjoy walking the streets of this neighborhood where they have an opportunity to see some of the other wonderfully restored historic homes that date back to the late 1800s.

About two blocks from the Astor House is the Fox River Trail, a thirteen mile hiking and biking trail that runs along the Fox River. You can take the trail either into the downtown area or out to some of the outlying communities. The trail has become one of the most active trails in the state and it is just steps away from the Astor House.

How close are you to area hospitals?
We are walking distance to both St. Vincent and Bellin Hospitals. The Astor House is a great place to stay if you are visiting a loved one in either of these hospitals. A historical note, the Astor House was once the home of Dr. Julius Bellin of the hospital and nursing school that bear his name.

Where does the name Astor House come from?
The house is named for the neighborhood in which it is located. The area is known as the Astor Historic Neighborhood. The neighborhood gets its name from John Jacob Astor, the famous east coast entrepreneur who owned the American Fur Trading Company.  Mr. Astor also owned the land in the neighborhood that back in the 1800’s became known as the town of Astor.

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