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Our beautiful hotel is located in the center of downtown Long Beach, WA. The Best Western Long Beach Inn is close to the most exciting attractions in town such as the World Kite Museum and Marshes Museum, home of Jake the Alligator Man.

We are a quick two-minute walk to the beach, horseback riding, lots of family fun activities, local restaurants, and plenty of shopping.

Enjoy the Discovery Trail along the Pacific Ocean which is a short 10-minute walk. Beautiful Cape Disappointment State Park is only four miles away.

Guests can start each day with a free full hot breakfast before hitting the beach. Plan your excursion using free high-speed Internet access and check your email at our business center.

Other amenities include free parking, and we allow up to two dogs during your stay for an additional fee. Make yourself at home in one of our comfortable guest rooms featuring microwaves and mini fridges. Other in-room amenities include a coffee maker, Wi-Fi, individually wrapped toiletries, a hairdryer, and cable TV. Enjoy your stay!

Hotel Amenities

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Cleaning Standards

Industry-Leading Cleaning Standards

Modified Breakfast

Breakfast Service & Selections 

Low Rate Guarantee

Low Rate Guarantee

Hotel Policies

Pet Policy
We are pet friendly and allow up to two dogs in a room. The size limit for a dog is 80 pounds. The pet friendly rate is $25.00 per day with a $100 per week maximum. If damage occurs or excessive cleaning is needed the hotel may charge additionally to cover the costs of repair or cleaning.
Child Policy
Children 17 And Under Are Free In Room With One Paying Adult In Existing Bedding.


Hotel location and the surrounding area

Nearby Attractions


  • 1 block(s) from Pacific Ocean. The Peninsula offers a 28-mile, white sand beach playground that is so open and tranquil that you may feel as if you have the beach all to yourself for most of the year. Take a closer look and you’ll see plenty of beachcombers, sand castle builders, kite flyers, Frisbee flyers, horseback and bicycle riders, runners, joggers and walkers, dogs playing fetch, families and friends gathered around a sunset campfire, as well as people playing volleyball, golf or horseshoes, picnicking, barbequing, sunbathing, clam digging, fishing, sunset-watching or just plain relaxing. The possibilities are truly endless.
  • 2 block(s) from Discovery Trail Crossing, beneath the Long Beach Boardwalk at the half-way mark is the 8-mile Discovery Trail Crossing. This Lewis & Clark commemorative trail terminates at the north end of Long Beach with an 18-foot bronze tree and winds south to Beard’s Hollow where it goes over the cape and into downtown Ilwaco. Interpretive displays and sculptures dot the trail. Bike riders, runners, walkers and skaters are welcome.
  • 5 mile(s) from Cape Disappointment. Walk a flat sandy beach, climb to two lighthouses, explore bunkers of an old military fort, wander through coastal forests, and take in spectacular vistas, including breathtaking ocean views and two lighthouses. The park has old-growth forest, lakes, freshwater and saltwater marshes, streams, ocean tidelands, and lots of watchable wildlife. Lighthouse keeper’s residence. Enjoy an active and engaging interpretive schedule during the summer months, visit the Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center, storm watch, go beach combing or stroll the cove at Waikiki Beach.
  • 2 block(s) from Long Beach Boardwalk. Just outside the reach of the mighty Pacific, the popular Long Beach Boardwalk stretches for almost half a mile. Offering interpretive displays, superb views and picnic areas, the boardwalk is a short walk from most downtown Long Beach activities. There are public restrooms at each end of this fabulous attraction.
  • 1 block(s) from World Kite Museum, is the only American museum dedicated exclusively to telling the exciting and amazing story of kites, through hands on exhibits and programs. A Washington State vacation is incomplete without a visit to the Long Beach Peninsula, home of the Washington State International Kite Festival. The World Kite Museum collection has over 1,500 kites from 26 countries. You and your family can learn about the long and illustrious usage of kites for entertainment, industry, and scientific experimentation. Come see our unique collection and make a kite of your own to fly on the world’s longest beach the same day! Visit today and be awed, amazed and entertained.
  • 1 block(s) from Mash's Free Museum, inside you’ll find turn-of-the-century machines, from Victorian era music makers such as an imported French Canary music box and a self-playing violin, to fortune tellers, nickel peep shows and a love meter. Oh, the oddities within. Be sure to visit the wonders of the 7 Seas and Marsh’s Wild Taxidermy collection and, when you visit in person, take home a free sea shell. Antiques abound, some for sale and many not (like the bowl made from human skin). A visit to Marsh’s is not complete without paying homage to Jake the Alligator Man. Learn all about Jake, join his fan club, buy some Gator Gear, and make plans to attend his 75th Birthday Party, over at Jake’s Place.
  • 15 mile(s) from Willipa Wildlife Refuge, has a wide variety of wetland habitats, including fresh and saltwater marsh, tidal estuary, ponds, streams, and seasonal wetlands. These wetlands are managed to increase overwintering carrying capacity for Pacific brant in Willapa Bay; to maintain current capacity in support of overwintering waterfowl, with special emphasis on Canada geese, wigeons, and canvasbacks; and to provide for maximum use and production by other migratory birds, with special emphasis on bald eagles and marsh and wading birds. Spartina alterniflora (smooth cordgrass) invasion of refuge saltmarshes and mud flats is the biggest wetland issue confronting this refuge. Important species include the threatened marbled murrelet, bald eagles, great blue herons, and Brant. Grasslands and neighboring forests are home to bear, elk, bobcat, woodpeckers, flying squirrels, spotted owls, silver-haired bats, and Pacific tree frogs.
  • 1 block(s) from Funland, over 9,000 square feet of fun and games, including laser tag and the latest games to entertain all ages from preschoolers to seniors. Funland has party packages for birthdays and group events. Come play games and win great prizes.
  • 3 mile(s) from Columbia Pacific Heritage Museum, is a thriving institution with a collection of over 23,000 artifacts, photos, historic objects. The original building was remodeled in 1990 with later additions of the collections building, the IR&N freight depot, the passenger car NAHCOTTA, and the Discovery Garden, the museum can now boast of producing an annual schedule of 4-5 special exhibitions and numerous special events focused on heritage programming and community building.
  • 1 block(s) from Putt Putt Golf. Looking for a light round of golfing fun? Try Putt Putt Golf in downtown Long Beach. Located at 205 S. Pacific, right behind Stormin’ Norman’s Kites, this mini course offers golfing fun for all ages. Purchase your round of golf inside Stormin Norman’s and enjoy.
  • 3 mile(s) from Cranberry Museum, visit our museum and learn both the history of this garnet colored berry as well as key phases of the industry from bog preparation and planting to marketing cranberry products.
  • 2 block(s) from Go Karts and Crazy Cars, the big track has been repaved and we¿ve added banked corners for a more enjoyable-FUN-ride. You don¿t have to have a driver¿s license to Go-Kart, but you do need to be at least 12 years old to ride on the big track. Grown ups can ride with youngsters on the junior track until they get the hang of it. We also have a junior track for the younger set. This smaller, gentler track allows ages 6 and up to drive their own kart. Mom, Dad, Grandma or Grandpa can give 2 through 6-year olds a ride on the junior track.
  • 2 block(s) from Long Beach Moped Rentals. Bicycling has always been a part of good fitness, the robust health found at the beach. It's a reasonable, fun thing for kids of all ages to do. They even offer banana bikes and surreys that small groups can share. For the over 16 set, we have mopeds - great for touring beach and town. Check them out.
  • 20 mile(s) from Leadbetter Point State Park, is a natural area open for day-use. The park features beach frontage on the Pacific Ocean and Willapa Bay. It borders the Willapa National Wildlife Refuge which has about five miles of ocean beach and several miles of bay beach. There are views of the Pacific Ocean to the west and Willapa Bay and hills to the east. The park is part of the Willapa Bay Water Trail. Visitors can enjoy hiking the trails, fishing, and clamming at the park.
  • 3 mile(s) from Skookum Surf Company. Uncrowded beach, warmer water, constant surf, miles of paved beach path, these are just a few of the reasons you'll love visiting the Long Beach Peninsula. Skookum Surf Co. offers surf lessons, bike rentals, skimboard rentals, and surf equipment rentals to help you enjoy your time at the water's edge.
  • 26 mile(s) from High Life Adventure. Enjoy a guided tour of eight zip lines. Take in the beautiful natural setting, complete with seasoned timber, ponds, and a seven-acre lake, all while zipping through the air under the expert watch and assistance of our highly trained guides. Our zip line tour is sure to leave you and your family with lasting memories.
  • 15 mile(s) from Crabbing. Come and experience crabbing first-hand. Either drop a crab pot off the docks at the Port of Peninsula in Nahcotta or book a trip on a crabbing charter.
  • 3 mile(s) from Fishing. Take advantage of all of the fantastic fisheries available in our diverse County. There are many resources for saltwater and freshwater fishing opportunities available on the Peninsula and in surrounding areas.
  • 30 mile(s) from Fort Columbia State Park, is a 593-acre day-use historical park located at the Chinook Point National Historic Landmark and along 6,400-feet of freshwater shoreline on the Columbia River. Within the park are original U.S. Army Coastal Artillery fort buildings and batteries, active from 1896 to 1947. This area was also home to the Chinook Indian Nation and their famed Chief Comcomly, and explored by Robert Gray and the Lewis and Clark expedition. Fort Columbia is one of the few intact coastal defense sites in the U.S. and features historic fort buildings and batteries. The park provides beautiful views of the Columbia River estuary. An interpretive center, observation station, historic officer’s house, and five-miles of hiking trails through mature forest are additional features of this park. Wildlife viewing and picnicking are also popular activities.
  • 20 mile(s) from Town of Oysterville. Oysterville is proud of the fact that it was placed on the Register of National Historic Districts in 1976. The District encompasses about 80 acres of the village and boasts a year-round population of less than a dozen. If you want to see, in a small way what Oysterville looked like in the old days, you’ll enjoy this tour.


  • 2 block(s) from Castaway's Seafood Grille, Full Service, Seafood, Open for: lunch, dinner, Castaway's serves a variety of land and sea foods. All absolutely delicious!
  • 1 mile(s) from Lost Roo, Full Service, American, Open for: lunch, dinner,
  • Across the street from Captain Bob's Chowder, Fast Food, Seafood, Open for: lunch, dinner,
  • Across the street from Benson's By The Beach, Full Service, American, Open for: breakfast, lunch,
  • 1 mile(s) from Hungry Harbor Grille, Fast Food, American, Open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner,
  • 2 block(s) from Long Beach Tavern, Bar/Lounge, American, Open for: lunch, dinner,
  • 4 mile(s) from Light Ship Restaurant & Columbia Bar, Full Service, American, Open for: lunch, dinner,
  • 10 mile(s) from Jimella's, Full Service, American, Open for: lunch, dinner,
  • 1 mile(s) from Chen's, Full Service, Chinese, Open for: lunch, dinner,
  • 2 mile(s) from 42nd Street Cafe & Bistro, Cafe, American, Open for: breakfast, lunch,
  • 3 mile(s) from The Depot, Full Service, American, Open for: dinner,
  • 4 mile(s) from El Compadre, Full Service, Mexican, Open for: lunch, dinner,
  • 4 block(s) from Surfer Sands, Deli, American, Open for: lunch,
  • 4 block(s) from Pickled Fish, Full Service, American, Open for: lunch, dinner,
  • 1 mile(s) from Chico's Pizza Parlor, Full Service, Italian, Open for: lunch, dinner,
  • 2 mile(s) from Doogers Seafood and Grill, Full Service, Seafood, Open for: lunch, dinner,
  • 2 mile(s) from Subway®, Fast Food, American, Open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner,
  • 1 mile(s) from McDonald's®, Fast Food, American, Open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner,


  • 4 mile(s) from WSU Long Beach, WSU Cooperative Extension provides educational opportunities in agriculture and natural resources, family living, youth and community development, in cooperation with the USDA. Extension helps you put knowledge to work.
  • 4.5 mile(s) from Grays Harbor College, We are focused on success of all varieties – helping students as they work towards an Associate degree with plans to transfer on to a four-year college or university; teaching Workforce Preparation skills that could lead to a new or improved job; or encouraging someone as they strive to earn a GED, master English as a new language, or enroll in any one of our community education courses.
  • 4.5 mile(s) from Ilwaco High School, The opportunities students receive at Ilwaco are designed to prepare them for successful lives so they can, in turn, help prepare others to lead successful lives. This is what we believe at Ilwaco and, in fact, what we aim to accomplish every day.
  • 1 mile(s) from Long Beach Elementary School, is a safe, respectful and inviting place where we set high standards and celebrate our achievements. Where learning is challenging and engaging, and where we prepare students to live successful lives as stewards of their world.

Nearby Cities

  • 3.3 mile(s) from Ilwaco
  • 9.5 mile(s) from Ocean Park
  • 15 mile(s) from Oysterville
  • 18.9 mile(s) from Astoria
  • 22.5 mile(s) from Naselle
  • 33 mile(s) from Seaside
  • 70 mile(s) from Longview
  • 120 mile(s) from Portland, Oregon


  • 4.5 mile(s) from Cape Disappointment State Park, formerly Fort Canby State Park, is a 1,882-acre camping park on the Long Beach Peninsula, fronted by the Pacific Ocean. The park offers two miles of ocean beach, two lighthouses, an interpretive center and hiking trails. Visitors enjoy beach exploration, ship watching and exploring the area's rich natural and cultural history. The nearby coastal towns of Ilwaco and Long Beach feature special events and festivals spring through fall.
  • 4.5 mile(s) from Lighthouses, North Head lighthouse shines its light from a basalt bluff 194 feet above the ocean. This point of land is among the foggiest and windiest places on the west coast of the United States. North Head has also been the site of a U.S. Weather station, a wireless signal station, and part of old Fort Canby. The Peninsula’s first lighthouse, Cape Disappointment, had a bumpy beginning. As early as 1848, a government survey had recommended a lighthouse due to the great number of shipwrecks.
  • 2 block(s) from horseback riding
  • 4 mile(s) from Cranberry Museum, enjoy a self-guided walking tour of our bogs year round from 8 a.m. until dusk and see the beautiful crimson fields for yourself. We know you’ll especially enjoy this tour in September as the berries are ripening and during the October Harvest.
  • 3 mile(s) from Lewis & Clark Park, explore the timeless rainforests and majestic coastal vistas. Discover the rich heritage and culture of the Chinook people and unfold the dramatic stories of America’s most famous explorers. Lewis and Clark National Historical Park encompasses sites along the Columbia River and the Pacific Coast. Follow the explorer’s footsteps and have an adventure in history. Check out the beautiful points of interest along Washington’s coast.
  • 1 block(s) from Funland, over 9,000 square feet of fun and games, including laser tag and the latest games to entertain all ages from preschoolers to seniors. Funland has party packages for birthdays and group events. Come play games and win great prizes.
  • 1 mile(s) from Long Beach Boardwalk, just outside the reach of the mighty Pacific, the popular Long Beach Boardwalk stretches for almost half a mile. Offering interpretive displays, superb views and picnic areas, the boardwalk is a short walk from most downtown Long Beach activities. There are public restrooms at each end of this fabulous attraction.
  • 3 mile(s) from Discovery Trail, the options are endless! Take a slow, romantic stroll on the beach or a vigorous hike through one of our beautiful parks, or stroll on the boardwalk with an ice cream cone in-hand after enjoying a delicious meal. Maybe your adventure will take you following in the steps of Lewis & Clark on the 8.2 mile Discovery Trail.


  • 1.0 mile(s) from Sids IGA, provides groceries to your local community. Enjoy your shopping experience when you visit our supermarket.
  • 5 block(s) from Dennis Company, hardware and general store
  • 10.1 mile(s) from Okies Thrift Way Market, provides groceries to your local community. Enjoy your shopping experience when you visit our local supermarket.
  • 10.1 mile(s) from Jacks Country Store, known far and wide for the huge inventory and broad array of merchandise, it is nearly impossible for two or more people to agree upon the single most unique feature of Jack’s Country Store. Food lovers have their favorites, including mouth-watering jerky, sausages, smoked salmon, and smoked oysters from our in-store smokehouse – treats so good that they have helped us become one of the largest sellers of smokehouses in the nation.
  • 2 block(s) from Stormin Normans, kite's, clothing and gifts
  • 4 block(s) from Scoopers, ice cream, candy, gifts and convenience store


  • 115 mile(s) from Portland International Airport
  • 163 mile(s) from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport
  • 22.6 mile(s) from Pacific Transit System, serving the North and South Pacific County Washington communities of Aberdeen, Bay Center, Chinook, Ilwaco, Long Beach, Nahcotta, Naselle, Ocean Park, Oysterville, Riverdale, Riverview, South Bend, Surfside, Raymond, and Astoria Oregon
  • 18.8 mile(s) from Amtrak and Pacific Transit System. The Columbia Travel bureau is where Amtrak is located.