I had read some terrible reviews of this place but also some good ones and like with the restaurant (see separate review), glad we took the chance. We stayed in the Singer Tavern Cabin 20 which is lake front. Wanted one of the Roosevelt Fireplace Cabins but they were not available when we booked online (although they did not seem all taken when we were here). That would still be my first choice as they are even closer to the lake and have more privacy. The Singer Tavern rooms have the main lodge path between them and the lake. But our room was nice. A Dutch door is a nice touch. Ample lamps, nice furniture, lots of towels, even a hair dryer and toiletries. Not quite roughing it as some reviewers would have you believe. I think in the summer this place would be unbelievable; even on a gloomy fall day, it was awesome. It is one of the most beautiful places I have stayed as far as incredible scenery right outside the door (compares to cabins on rim of Grand Canyon). We will return someday and try for the fireplace cabins.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Lodge located in the Olympic Peninsula on the shore of Lake Crescent. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Lake Crescent Hotel Olympic National Park