The historic Lake Quinault Lodge, situated in Olympic National Park, brings guests an authentic mountain lodge retreat in the heart of the Olympic Peninsula. The grand, rustic lodge was built in 1926 and features 91 beautifully appointed guestrooms and one luxurious suite, as well as a traditional onsite restaurant, a majestic fireplace in which to curl up in front of and an array of activities to enjoy.
Surrounded by Olympic National Park, Lake Quinault Lodge is an outdoor vacationer's paradise. Located on the north side of Olympic Peninsula, Lake Quinault Lodge is about three hours away from Seattle and three-and-a-half hours from Portland.
1.Rooms & Suites
Lake Quinault Lodge offers a variety of accommodation with 91 well-appointed and cozily decorated guestrooms and one luxury suite called The Beverly Suite. All guestrooms reflect the history and charm of the lodge with comfy decor, stone fireplaces, stunning views and a home-away-from-home ambiance.
Guestrooms in the Main Lodge are separated into Lake View Rooms and Standard Rooms. Lake View Rooms feature queen or king-size beds with plush linens, private bathrooms with either walk-in showers and antique claw foot tub or shower-over-bath combinations, and wood-burning fireplaces. Standard Rooms feature queen or double beds with plush linens, and private bathrooms with either walk-in showers and antique claw foot tub or shower-over-bath combinations.
Newly renovated Fireplace Rooms feature king-size beds with luxurious linens, cozy comforters and a choice of pillows, private bathrooms with heated flooring and walk-in showers and ample living areas with flat screen televisions, mini-fridges and gas fireplaces. Private balconies or patios boast breathtaking views.
2.More Accommodation Options
Lakeside Rooms feature contemporary decor with a modern touch and have partial lake views from private balconies or patios. These rooms feature king or queen-size beds with plush linens, cozy comforters and a choice of pillows, private bathrooms with shower-over-bath combinations and living spaces with flat-screen televisions.
Built in 1923, The Boathouse was the original structure on the property and features eight rooms with a communal verandah and one luxury suite referred to as The Beverly Suite, which takes up the entire top floor. This luxurious two-bedroom treetop retreat enjoys 360-degree panoramic views from the forest to the lake and leaves no stone unturned when it comes to luxury. The Beverly Suite features a master bedroom with king-size bed and private master bathroom with walk-in shower, a second bedroom with double beds, and a spacious living room with comfortable sofas, chairs, and a flat-screen television. A fully-equipped kitchenette has all the amenities for comfortable holiday living, including microwave, mini-fridge, and coffeemaker, as well as a table and chairs for meals.
3.Dining & Amenities
Named after President Franklin D. Roosevelt who visited Lake Quinault Lodge in 1937 during a fact-finding trip, the Roosevelt Dining Room serves a delicious menu of Pacific Northwest cuisine against a backdrop of panoramic mountain and lake views.
Olympic National Park is packed with things to see and activities to enjoy from wildlife watching to whitewater rafting. The Park offers excellent biking and hiking trails which wind through spectacular natural landscapes.
Lake Quinault Lodge is surrounded by miles of beautiful hiking trails, both leisurely and invigorating and ranging from shorter half-mile trails to longer ones. Over 15 well-maintained trails in the area are the ideal way to explore the Olympic Peninsula and enjoy the spectacular natural landscapes and ecosystems. Some of the most popular trails include the World's Largest Spruce Tree Trail, the Maple Glade Trail, the Kestner Homestead Trail, the World's Largest Western Red Cedar Trail, and the Pony Bridge Trail.
Lake Quinault Lodge offers an exclusive Quinault Rainforest Tour, a comprehensive four-hour guided tour of the lush Quinault Rainforest. The tour takes place in a comfortable 14-passenger tour coach with an interpretive guide who will explain the rich history of the area, including the early exploratory expeditions that discovered Lake Quinault, the Quinault Indian Nation that lives in the area, and the wildlife and flora that are endemic to the rainforest.
4.Weddings & Meetings
Lake Quinault Lodge offers a tranquil and exquisite woodland rainforest setting for a romantic wedding or special celebration with towering mountain and lake views. The lodge has a choice of beautiful venues ranging from manicured lakeside lawns with a pretty gazebo to the grand Quillayute Ballroom with its hardwood floors and cathedral ceiling. The Lodge can cater for up to 100 guests and offers a range of additional services such as catering, seating arrangements, and overall function management.
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Olympic National Park, 416 Lake Crescent Rd, Port Angeles, Washington 98363, Phone: 888-896-3818
Weekend Getaways in Washington State: Lake Quinault Lodge