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We stayed in the Parkside which is a one bedroom on the second floor of a building next to the campground. The internet did not work well late in the evening and the lake is remote - so be prepared to do without internet and...More
We stayed here on our way out of Olympic National Park. This is an old hotel with no updates. The beds were very comfortable, but the decor old. Air conditioning unit only in the back room, but using the fan provided in the doorway, we...More
This hotel is in a great location, with front porches overlooking the lake and hiking trails right next to the buildings. It is, of course, not a luxury hotel, so don't expect first grade appliances, room service, or wide-band Wifi. Since there is no lobby...More
We've been here before with our travel trailer. The views of the lake are stunning. The sites encircle a common green area and are generally flat, but not graveled. Just dirt and some grass. Showers and the johns ... small and decently clean
Although expensive (over $200 a night), our rook (queen sized suite with jet tub and fireplace) was quite nice, with view of the lake. The reason for my low rating, and I capitalize it for emphasis: THEY LIE ABOUT HAVING WIFI!! Do not believe their...More
US$109 - US$176 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I don't know if the resort allows them but they were not in the room we had. I might mention that even if they don't, the Quinault Lodge does allow them in specific rooms that are separate from the main building and closer... More
I don't know if the resort allows them but they were not in the room we had. I might mention that even if they don't, the Quinault Lodge does allow them in specific rooms that are separate from the main building and closer to both the lake and parking.
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"I think they're all designed to have lake views, so you can't go wrong. I preferred 2nd story."