Cannery Pier Hotel

The Cannery Pier Hotel & Spa has been welcomed and supported by Columbia Pacific residents since it opened in 2005. Astorians and locals throughout this region have played a huge role in making Cannery Pier Hotel & Spa the success it is today, a local establishment with a heart for community which reflects and interprets our rich history and singular sense of place here.

At this time it is important to let North Coast residents know that Linh DePledge will be the new director of sales & marketing at the Cannery Pier Hotel & Spa as of Dec. 2. After 14 years at CPH, I have elected to work as a consultant through 2019 for Vesta Hospitality, which took ownership of the Cannery Pier Hotel & Spa on Sept. 20.

Linh has a great love for Astoria and an understanding of community partnerships, as well as an impressive marketing and hotel operations background.

I know our community will continue to support the Cannery Pier vision made real by Astorian Robert “Jake” Jacob as we welcome Linh and Vesta into the greater CPH family. May Cannery Pier Hotel & Spa carry on with the Spirit of Sisu, which is deeply felt and embraced here in Astoria!




EDITOR’S NOTE: Crystal Investment Property, LLC, (“CIP”) a member of Hotel Brokers International, in October announced the successful facilitation of the sale of the Cannery Pier Hotel. CIP, a licensed Oregon brokerage, brought together the seller and buyer of “one of Oregon’s most iconic hotels.”

Joseph P. Kennedy, president of CIP, worked closely with buyer Vesta Hospitality and seller, the Jacob Estate, as well as the parties’ other professionals, to negotiate a mutually acceptable sale. The final sale price is confidential.

“While the property never came on the market or was listed, our relationship with the seller allowed us to make the introduction to a highly qualified and truly ideal buyer. We are pleased to know that the high standards and impeccable reputation for luxury lodging in the community will be sustained for many years to come. We look forward to the preservation of the legacy of Robert Jacob, the visionary behind this phenomenal property,” Kennedy said.

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