This lodge is exactly what you imagine when you think of historic national park lodges: warm, rustic lobby with huge wood-burning brick fireplace, elk antlers on the walls, deep ...
This lodge is exactly what you imagine when you think of historic national park lodges: warm, rustic lobby with huge wood-burning brick fireplace, elk antlers on the walls, deep leather armchairs, hand-painted Pacific Northwest Indian artwork on the exposed ceiling beams, and beautiful views of the glacier-carved lake. Food in the Roosevelt Room restaurant (FDR dined here) was good, but pretty expensive for a family of five. Rooms in the main lodge are tasteful but basic -- steam heat, crystal doorknobs, no TV or phones (but that's a good thing!), though Wi-Fi is available in the lobby. Service was friendly enough, but not overly attentive -- on par with a well managed Hampton Inn. But you can't beat the atmosphere of this 85-year-old lodge, designed by Robert Reamer, best known for the Old Faithful Inn at Yellowstone. The heated indoor pool was very nice. Enjoy quiet evenings in the lobby playing cards, dominoes or chess, working on a jigsaw puzzle, or snuggling up with a good book. Fabulous!
I originally booked a two night stay in the lake view part of the hotel. this part of the hotel is an add on that was built in the 70' ...
I originally booked a two night stay in the lake view part of the hotel. This part of the hotel is an add on that was built in the 70's or 80's. The rooms are pretty boring and need major updating. I went over to the main lodge, which is really nice and eclectic. I loved the fireplace and the tables with the free games. Then for kicks, I asked the desk if I could see a room in the lodge. WOW! What a difference, they moved us at once. The room was small, but romantic and quaint. We had a view of the lake still, with a great Mahogany bed and old wood floors. The bathrooms were updated and comfortable. I was sure glad we moved rooms. The floors creaked and I swear the place is haunted...good times. The town itself has cool stuff to do..largest trees..etc..but I found the people to be a bit cold and unfriendly.
My husband and i visited lake quinalt lodge i n october 2008 for an overnight stay. our room was lovely with a queen size bed and a beautiful view of ...
My husband and I visited Lake Quinalt Lodge i n October 2008 for an overnight stay. Our room was lovely with a queen size bed and a beautiful view of Lake Quinalt.
We had dinner there that night and breakfast the next morning. The menu fare was eclectic and reasonably priced.
We woke up to a beautiful sunny day and only wished that we had more time to spend there.
We will be back.
My boyfriend and i decided to visit the lodge for a one night stay. i booked a king size bed in the lakeside rooms ($*). when we checked in and seen ...
My boyfriend and I decided to visit the lodge for a one night stay. I booked a king size bed in the lakeside rooms ($*). When we checked in and seen our room, it was a small room with a queen size bed (and I have seen better rooms at a super 8). I talked to the front dest and they said.... "sorry, but it looks like somebody else got the king size bed." Apparently, I doesnt matter what you book and pay for, they will give you whatever is available. The front desk girl made some lame excuse that the website doesnt stay current with what's available for rooms. BTW, the queen size bed lakeside room is a bit cheaper( we were charged for a king size bed), and they would not give us a refund for the differance! Absolutly bad customer service!!!! You would be better off staying at one of the local campsites.
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Lake Quinault Lodge Quinault, Washington Hotels & Resorts Lake Quinault Lodge sits on Quinault Lake, a mile from the worlds largest Sitka Spruce, and 150 miles from Seattle/Tacoma International Airport.
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