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Lake Quinault Lodge
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Main Building has the best views.
User: JuneKaimuki from: Honolulu, Hawaii
Published Date: Jun, 22, 2019
Travel Date: Jun, 1, 2019
Rating: 5
The original building perched high on the slope offers full views of the lake. The rooms are small. But the feeling of stepping back in time beats everything. Well maintained and a friendly staff is what I need for a wonderful stay. Only ate dinner once in the restaurant and is was delicious. Special of the night was Oregon Lobster at $50. Pricey but it was so good. The walking trails from the Lodge are well maintained and I felt very safe walking alone as a single woman.

Nice historic lodge
User: hilaryus2016 from: Sicily, Italy
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Jun, 18, 2019
Travel Date: Jun, 1, 2019
Rating: 5
We had a very pleasant stay. The lodge is lovely. Beautiful lounge area for reading or playing board games in front of fireplace. The lawn area has plenty of chairs for rlaxing. The lake is pretty. The lodge rooms are nice with plenty of dresser space. The only negative is plastic disposible glasses ..would have thought better environmentally of a park lodge.

Outdated and Expensive
User: Justsaying300 from: Santa Rosa, California
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Jun, 17, 2019
Travel Date: Jun, 1, 2019
Rating: 2
This place was built circa 1926 and appears to be in its original state (not necessarily a good thing). It is quite charming from the outside and has an ideal location on the banks of beautiful Lake Quinault. The lobby is inviting with its large fireplace and comfortable chairs and sofas. Unfortunately staff does not pay attention to keeping the fire going. Sometimes there was a fire, sometimes not. It would be wonderful to have the fire going on the many cool, drippy days in this part of the country. WiFi is supposedly available in the lobby ONLY. I could not connect and was sent to the pool room below the lobby to see if that would work . . . it did not. Guest rooms have no WiFi and no TV, which is fine. But our room, facing the lake, had dirty windows, VERY dirty windows, was tiny, had no comfortable chairs to sit in while reading. All of this is a bit much when the cost of a two night stay was nearly $600. The dining room is terribly expensive: two bowls of oatmeal for breakfast, two English Muffins, coffee for two: $40!! (The oatmeal was good but . . .) Try the Quinault Mercantile across the street for a far more affordable meal. And finally, the staff seemed indifferent, the one exception being the delightful woman who checked us in. There are not a lot of choices in the Lake Quinault area but I would try to find an alternative to the Lake Quinault Lodge. We would definitely not return.
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Great relaxing place, but very expensive
User: kevinrH8044AN from: Seattle, Washington
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Jun, 8, 2019
Travel Date: Jun, 1, 2019
Rating: 4
Came here for an anniversary trip. The location is amazing. The grounds are beautiful. Hiking in the area is grand. The lodge common areas are old fashioned with lots of leather, and a giant fireplace. The pool looked nice, but forgot to bring bathing suits. Everything is NW casual with hiking boots the footwear of choice. The 2nd floor king room had a great view and was sparkling clean. The downsides: This place is frightfully expensive. We paid $300 for a weeknight and $400 for a weekend night. You are paying for location and so almost worth it. The window and screen of our room was really dirty and so obscured some of the view. The other downside was that the walls are think. We could hear the rooms around us, and woke up to people taking in the common area the floor below. Bottom line, would stay here for a special occasion, but for a weekend escape probably would stay at the "resort" a mile up the street which was half the price.
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A peacful place to stay in a beautiful setting
User: malyko from: Virginia Beach
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Jun, 8, 2019
Travel Date: May, 1, 2019
Rating: 5
I am so happy that we choose to stay at the Lake Quinault Lodge. The lodge and setting are just simply beautiful. We stayed in the one of the lake side rooms and thought it was very comfortable, and offered a great view of the lake. The property and surrounding area are what really made our stay so nice. The landscape around this property is so diverse and enchanting with endless places to wonder off and explore. I stayed at Lake Crescent too, but this one was my favorite because I found it easier to explore the surrounding area and it had more food options.
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