Ratings based on 515 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.7 Room cleanliness
4.5 Service & staff
4.6 Room comfort
4.7 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Familiesby TLW from Dallas, TX
Perfect basecamp for Olympic National ParkPosted Jul 17, 2013 on Hotels
The Lodge has a nice feel about it, very comfortable. Staff was engaging and very helpful. The hot tub was perfect after a day of hiking in the National Park!
for Getaway With Friendsby A verified traveler from Spokane
Reflection of the Olympic PeninsulaPosted Jul 16, 2013 on Hotels
This hotel enhanced our trip to Olympic National Park by reflecting in its décor the highlights of that park: water, stone, greens, and wood. The soaring ceiling echoed the tall trees, while the trickle of water mirrored the rainfall. Our room was very comfortable, a welcome retreat at the end of a day of exploring.
for Familiesby David from New York, NY
Excellent Olympic Park StayPosted Jul 13, 2013 on Hotels
When we were unable to secure lodging within the Olympic National Park, we booked the Olympic Lodge. It is convenient to everything in the park and very close to the ferry to Victoria. The in-house breakfast (for a fee) was good. Port Angeles is OK if you can't book in the park. The Olympic Lodge is the best choice in Port Angeles!
for Everyoneby Jane from Bridgend, South Wales
Great hotel for familiesPosted Jul 10, 2013
Pros: The cleanliness and helpfulness of all concerned.
Location: Location was good for dining and the park
The staff on check in were excellent, I requested NOT to be near any vending machine, the staff very kindly said she put us in a quiet room. The room was lovely and big overlooking the golf course. It was spotless,as was the bathroom. Breakfast was very good,but they did have a problem with one of the appliances in the kitchen which limited the menu slightly, the waitresses were more than helpfully and always pleasant. The position of the hotel was good for dinning, the drive to the park was about 30 miles but this did not cause ant hardship. All things considered the hotel and our stay was top class. Nice pool and hot tub.
for Couplesby Mike from Pennsylvania
Don't know of a better placePosted Jul 10, 2013 on Hotels
This really seems like the best place to stay while in Port Angeles. The rooms were clean, comfortable, and roomy. The lodge itself had a great lobby, pool, hot tub, etc... And was located on a golf course. Front desk was incredibly helpful when I asked them about places to go. Great stay in PA.
Recommendedby CEP from Chicago, Il
Close to FerryPosted Jul 9, 2013 on Hotels
Booked this hotel as it was close to the ferry but ended up really enjoying the town .The hotel was convenient and comfortable. Loved looking out onto the golf course.
for Getaway With Friendsby Margret from Rosstock
Posted Jul 5, 2013 on Hotels
Einfach perfekt ! Wir haben unseren Aufenhalt genossen. Leider ist kein Pool vorhanden, aber der große, warme Whirlpool in der schönen Umgebung und der wunderbar angelegte Park entschädigen
Recommendedby Paul from San Diego
FantasticPosted Jul 1, 2013 on Hotels
This hotel represented our 6th night on an 8 night whirlwind tour of the Pacific Northwest. With the exception of a very charming Victorian B&B a block from the beach in Oregon, this hotel was the highlight of our accommodations. There was absolutely nothing wrong with the place in the least. Our room faced the back of the building, which overlooked a golf course, so I can't speak for the front. However, it sat back a block from the main thoroughfare, so it was probably just fine as well. The neighborhood had many restaurants from which to choose, and btw, the little lady told me the in-house oatmeal for breakfast was excellent. (I ate the leftover Chinese food from the night before, having been kept cold in the refrigerator and then heated up in the microwave.) The, there is location, location, location. Olympic National Park's Visitor center is very close-by. You MUST drive up to Hurricane Ridge, and although this sounds strange, hope for at least a partially cloudy day! Those snow-capped peaks are especially dramatic with clouds floating among them. We travel on a middle-class budget, and this hotel was the most expensive of our trip (although certainly not super-high priced at all), but it was totally worth it!
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Jul 1, 2013 on Hotels
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Loved the hotel!Posted Jun 30, 2013
Everything was beyond my expections. The room was spacious. The decor was vey welcoming. The bed was very comfortable. Linen is the best I've seen in a hotel. Overall, excellent hotel!