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Lake Quinault Lodge
djphaneuf from: San Diego, California
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Apr, 18, 2019 Travel Date: Apr, 1, 2019 Rating: 4
A Grand Old Lodge
Lake Quinault Lodge is a beautiful old lodge. We were in a fireplace room and it was spacious and nice. Saw a room in main lodge and it looked quite small and decorated in an old style. Lakeside building looks more modern and nice. Boat house also quite different so your experience here can really vary.
Only reasons not 5 star were: Walls a bit thin in our room as we heard person next door snoring all night, Shower not draining well and Internet not working. Room is big and clean but demands a larger tv screen.
Had visions of sitting in front of beautiful fireplace after dinner but entire lobby monopolized by a family who had brought in food and let kids run around like savages lol. Roosevelt Restaurant breakfast at the Lodge was nice although nothing special aside from the beautiful room with plenty of character and a view of the lake and hummingbird feeders to entertain us. I would highly recommend this lodge but your mileage will vary depending on those around you.
terryloub from: Bellevue, Washington
Published Date: Apr, 18, 2019 Travel Date: Apr, 1, 2019 Rating: 5
Great Family Time
The Olympic Penninsula and the Olympic Loop are so breathtaking and renewing. We recently took a weekend trip with two young grandchildren and their parents. We all stayed at the Lakeside building of Lake Quinault Lodge. The rooms were largish and comfortable. The children enjoyed the pool and game area. The main lodge is beautiful and filled with history. We ate several meals in the Roosevelt Room restaurant. The food was very good, but a bit pricey. The younger people choose to hike the numerous paths and trails. We explored mostly by car, traveling as far as Ruby Beach, a spot not to be missed ! Don’t miss the giant Spruce, a quarter mile hike from the lodge. Everyone had a great time. The one thing we all (laughingly) loved was the very spotty cell service. What a great time to disconnect and enjoy our sensational Olympic penninsula.
Elsa D from:
Published Date: Apr, 13, 2019 Travel Date: Mar, 1, 2019 Rating: 5
View was worth the hour trip we took. Walk around and see vintage trees that show description and history. There are also quaint stores around. The lodge offers a good selection of food. Service was very satisfactory.
janiceyaden from: Lake Oswego, Oregon
Published Date: Apr, 11, 2019 Travel Date: Apr, 1, 2019 Rating: 5
A Cozy Weekend
Lake Quinault Lodge is one of our favorite places in the NW. You can hike in the nearby rain forest or stroll the beaches not too far away. The lodge, itself, is a wonderful place to just sit in front of the big fireplace and read books or play board games. Our room came with a view of the lake and a fireplace for coziness. We plan to make it a yearly adventure.
Fumiko H from:
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Apr, 7, 2019 Travel Date: Apr, 1, 2019 Rating: 3
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Overall, this place was OK, but I wanted to list some areas that they can ithence on. They didn't have a pool table in the game room even though the gallery photo showed that they had a pool table. They had a ping pong table, but the rackets & balls were in terrible condition, I recommend to bring your own. TV remote didn't work, we ended up turn it on by using the switch on TV. Crenex tissue was like sand paper.There was a space for a retrigerator, but there was no refrigerator. I have stayed at countless hotels in the past, but this is the first time I'm writing reviews, cause they need to know that I was disappointed about these qualities and hope that you will make some changes.