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Kalaloch Lodge in Olympic National Park
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Great location, good food mediocre accomodation
User: georgh753 from: Zurich, Switzerland
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Feb, 15, 2019
Travel Date: Aug, 1, 2018
Rating: 4
This is one of our favourite places on the planet. The location of the lodge, the beach, the trails, they are just so mystical and stunning. The lodge itself is cute, the food is delicious but the rooms are so-so. it doesn't matter though as it is still the best option to stay in the region.
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Absolutely phenomenal!
User: shlbypthr from: Shoreline, Washington
Trip Type: Friends getaway
Published Date: Feb, 6, 2019
Travel Date: Nov, 1, 2018
Rating: 5
We stayed 3 nights in a standalone cabin and friends got a duplex cabin. I went in with almost no expectations about what the room would actually be like, but I was blown away by how cute our cabin was. The wood-burning fireplace was a really great touch, and we used it each night. The duplex cabin interior was nice and spacious, and had enough room for our group of 8 to hang out comfortably. I will definitely return here!
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Awesome get away!
User: TheCockroft from:
Trip Type: Solo travel
Published Date: Jan, 18, 2019
Travel Date: Jan, 1, 2019
Rating: 5
I needed to get away for a couple of days so I decided to drive up. I’ve been coming here every once in a while for over 10 years now, solo and with family and friends. Each time was awesome to say the least. For the best experience pack your own box with snacks, drinks and sandwiches or whatever, mix that with dining in. Whether cabin (cooking yourself) or room, prepare to relax and leave your connectivity stuff at home. It’s a great place to relax, recharge and rejuvenate! Thank you to the awesome staff for your hospitality! Great clean lodge, good food and relaxing atmosphere! Mahalo!

Fantastic property set against the ocean
User: Danielle10505 from: Chicago, Illinois
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Jan, 15, 2019
Travel Date: Apr, 1, 2018
Rating: 5
We were there in the early spring, so it was a little wet and cold but planned accordingly. The lodge was easy to get to, and set along the coast so the views were outstanding. Check in was a breeze. Rented a cabin closer to the end so that we could hear the waves crashing when we stepped onto the porch. The cabin itself was tidy and clean. The beds comfy enough. Plenty of towels and even had a few yoga mats!. A nice little kitchenette area, could've used more pots/pans and silverware for cooking and eating but we made due. Plenty warm with heat and a wood burning fireplace. The restraunt attached to main building was pretty decent. Overpriced sure but you're out in the middle of nowhere so really you can't be too picky as you don't go to parks for food, you go to hike. Great bloody Mary's with breakfast though. It was the perfect spot for the 4 of us to get to some local attractions by car within at the most an hour in either direction. Went to second, Rialto and ruby beach, as well as the HOH in decent timing. The tree of life is also just a skip away. The most beautiful sunsets by the restraunt cliffs, and bald eagles swirling the sky overhead. A magical place.
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Best ever place to stay.
User: linda r from: Niceville, Florida
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Jan, 6, 2019
Travel Date: Aug, 1, 2018
Rating: 5
I wish we lived in Washington so i could go there more often. We stayed in cabin 11 with a beautiful view of the Pacific ocean. The cabin came stocked with firewood for the wood burning stove, hiking sticks, binoculars to watch the whales and good coffee. The cabin was very nice. We had a picnic table in front of our porch and nice wooden chairs to sit and watch the sun set. We are from Florida so we really enjoyed the Pacific ocean with all the different beaches to explore. We enjoyed the restaurant and the staff was so helpful, No tv or wifi but we did not come for that. We brought our books to read and had a great time. We stayed at three different places in Olympic National Park -Lake Crescent Lodge for 2 days, Kalalock Lodge for 2 days then Quinault lodge for one night. My favorite was Kalaloch but really you need to stay at all to enjoy all of Olympic National park. When we finished there we drove to Mt Rainier National Park to stay at Paradise Inn. Exploring Washington state was a great experience. We actually flew into Bellingham Washington, drove to Artist Point on Mt Baker, took the ferry to San Juan Islands, drove to Olympic National Park and then Mt Rainier. It was an amazing trip, we could not have asked for more.
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