We've stayed at this place on few occasions and always had the same opinion about it. The location is great, with few hiking trails surrounding it, and a natural hot spring spa in the main lodge. The only issue is there is no control of who comes and leaves the "resort" so it feels like staying in a middle of a parking lot. Cars fill out the place by midday and there is no assigned parking for overnight guests, so if out of luck one might need to park outside of the resort. All sorts of people flock the place, not respecting the national park rules, loitering, yelling, and destroying the nature and wildlife. The pools area fills out quickly to a point of standing place only, and it is disgustingly dirty by the end of the day. These one day visitors seem to be more venerated as a revenue source by the staff that doesn't seem to have a limit on how many people is too much for the pool, nor do they offer special pool hours just for the guests. Half of the time they also ran out of towels that are supposedly one of the benefits for the resort guest coming to use the pool. This last time it seems like they've upgraded the beds and sheets which was a very nice surprise, but more needs to be done with the kitchens that are short of utensils and the appliances seem to be a bit on the broken side. The staff was very friendly and accommodating, but the shortcomings seem to be a result of higher management not enforcing quality standards common for other 'resorts' of sort.
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- Also Known As:
- Sol Duc Hot Springs Hotel Olympic National Park
- Sol Duc Springs