Hospitality Industry

Finding a Room in Seaside, Oregon

May 30, 2014 | by Veronica Russell

One of the many services we offer at the City of Seaside Visitors Bureau is lodging assistance for visitors. During busy months, Visitors Bureau staff maintains a list of vacancies for lodging properties in the Seaside lodging district. When a visitor calls or stops by asking about where they can stay in Seaside, one of the sources we use is our Lodging Vacancies list. If you have vacancies for an upcoming weekend, let us help! When possible, we may occasionally call your front desk to check in about how many rooms you have available for an upcoming weekend. But, please feel free to call us to make sure we have the latest vacancy information for your business. Our direct line is: 503-738-3097

LODGING DEALS: Also, remember to keep us posted if you have any current Lodging Specials and we’ll pass those along to visitors inquiring about where to stay in Seaside. Our Seaside Lodging Specials page includes your phone number, a link to your website, and details of your specific deal. Please include an expiration date.

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