Sylvia Beach Hotel


The Sylvia Beach Hotel resides right over the ocean on a 45-foot bluff with no TV, Internet, radio, or telephones. The hotel is designated for book lovers and houses volumes of journals, books, art, photos, and cats. Rooms are named for literary greats such as Emily Dickenson, F. Scott Fitzgerald, and Agatha Christie. Meals are shared with other guests at tables of eight in the Tables of Content dining room. For some alone time, cozy up with a book in the large, comfortably furnished reading room.


267 N.W. Cliff St.
Newport, OR 97265


44.63820200, -124.06189900
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