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Sol Duc Road, U.S. 101 PO Box 2169, Olympic National Park, WA 98362
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#3 of 15 Specialty lodging in Olympic National Park
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Located in the scenic Olympic National Forest, and less than 3 hours from Seattle, lies Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort. You may choose to spend the night in a rustic, charming Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort cabin or camp under the stars in one of our 93 camp sites. Either is the ideal way to experience Sol Duc's serenity and the supremely relaxing hot springs on the Olympic Peninsula in northwest Washington. Our Sol Duc cabin rentals are surrounded by towering evergreens along the Sol Duc River in a picturesque valley. Experience our 'farm to to fork' cuisine at the Lodge's Spring Restaurant, open for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner - from Late March through October.
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CentralCoast2 wrote a review Nov 2020
Baywood Park, California389 contributions30 helpful votes
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The cabins at Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort are very rustic. They are the typical National Park cabins. The main draw for Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort is the location and the pools. We visited during COVID. During check-in we chose a morning and afternoon time to access the pools. The pools were accessible only to guests staying at the Resort. The reservation time kept the number of people utilizing the pools very small so you were able to relax. The hot springs were great. This was the only time during our trip we were able to use a pool or hot pool. It was really nice. The cabin was small but worked fine for us. We came back from sightseeing to find a family of deer right outside the cabin. The Resort is handy to the northern part of the park i.e. Crescent Lake, Hurricane Ridge, etc. We stayed two nights. There is a small store at the Resort for essentials. The restaurant was open for take-out or outside dining. We chose to bring food back to our cabin. We chose sandwiches and fish & chips during our stay. The food was good. We would stay here again.
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Date of stay: September 2020
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MelissaLasVegas wrote a review Sep 2020
Las Vegas, Nevada465 contributions73 helpful votes
My sister and I stayed here for 1 night while visiting the Olympic NP area. The first night we stayed at Log Cabin Resort. This location is about 17 miles back into the forest so pretty much the middle of nowhere which is nice to disconnect. During check in the girl was friendly and we booked our time slot for the hot springs, you can reserve 90 minutes at a time and during Covid the pools are only available to people staying at the resort/in a cabin. One thing that was disappointing was that the girl sold us 2 bundles of wood that she "thought" that we had a fire ring at our cabin area, NOT, so we left with 2 bundles of wood that we never used. I feel that the staff should know their "product/amenities". So besides not having a fire pit the only thing outside the cabin is a picnic table. The cabin itself was pretty basic, 2 queen beds, table and chairs and bathroom. It would be nice to at least have a coffee maker/mini fridge/microwave....and also for the price which seemed on the high side for the lack of amenities....but will say that the hot springs were relaxing and we thoroughly enjoyed that part of our stay. If you are looking for no frills and "off the grid" this is the place for you!
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Date of stay: September 2020
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Debbie r wrote a review Sep 2020
Saint Louis, Missouri33 contributions8 helpful votes
We had a one night stay - which was enough. Biggest shock having to pay for park entry and staying in park owned property. The cabin was bare bones, roof, door, indoor plumbing, beds and table. Nothing else. No cell service, no TV, no wifi, no A/C. (keep in mind $30 to gain entry to get to the cabin and then $230 for cabin) For us this was good because it forced us to truly disconnect. Near by trails and the hiking is fantastic. Scenery is breathtaking. The hot springs are GREAT - I feel fortunate we went when we did during COVID and they were not allowing day visits unless you rented a cabin and you could only reserve 90 minutes at a time. They had a lot of regulations in place for COVID and the staff was extremely helpful helping to navigate all of them. Staff with great ideas, times, which trails to navigate, etc. The wild life has become used to people and they come right up to your cabin which is really cool. The cost to eat in this area is totally overpriced.
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Date of stay: September 2020
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Brenda J wrote a review Aug 2020
Sequim, Washington24 contributions9 helpful votes
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Hot springs are wonderful--three hot pools, and one chilly swimming pool. Springs are limited to resort guests only because of covid, no day passes, to help with social distancing. We had a kitchen cabin. Kitchen supplies (dishes, silverware, pans etc) have to be requested at check in and delivered to your cabin because of covid. Check in began at 4pm--no kitchen kits available since they were all dirty. We had to wait over an hour for a heavy kit I had to carry myself. Dishes and pans in that kit were dirty, so I carried it back to check in. Desk clerk lost track of why I was there and asked after 15 minutes how he could help me. A 2nd clerk heard by upset reply. She ran a dirty kitchen kit through their washer and carried it to our kitchen. Dishes still had flecks of something in them--looks like their dishwasher needs work. The coffee pot still had grounds and a bit of coffee in it. A pan still had burned on grease, but I cleaned it myself rather than waste any more time trying to get a clean one. Manager did agree to comp our supper since it took nearly two hours to get a kitchen kit. Food wasn't great. Our cabin was not clean--lint on floor, dirty microwave, dead bugs on the floor, something splattered all over the bathroom wall, dirty wall next to kitchen garbage can. The picnic table for our cabin looked like it hadn't been painted in years--most of the paint was peeling off, and the table was not useable. We stayed here several years ago, and had a much nicer, clean experience. We will probably stay here again since there are no other accommodations in the area, and you have to stay in the resort to have access to the hot springs as long as covid is a problem. Some nice trails of varying difficulty, and a viewing platform for watching salmon jumping through a series of small waterfalls as they return upstream to spawn.
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Date of stay: August 2020
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Room Tip: Only kitchen cabins do not have even a mini fridge or microwave. Resort food isn't great. If...
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Mai-Chi P wrote a review Aug 2020
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We did a one night stay in a cabin lodge and I think that is probably enough. Location: Middle of Olympic national forest. About one hour from the main road. No phone signal or wifi at the resort. However I enjoyed that fact to be able to cut off from technology and enjoy the scenery. It was a clear night and we just stargazed. Room: Cabin is separate from other cabins with its own picnic table outside. Distant enough that we didn't come in contact with our neighbors or heard much noise. 2 full size beds and 1 bathroom with running hot water shower and towels. Very comfortable and clean. We went on a colder weekend so we didn't see if there was A/C. No TV. Clock is an old radio clock but couldn't figure out how to use it. No kitchen. Not even a mini fridge. That's probably what bothered me the most. Would have been nice to have a fridge to keep food cold or an electric kettle for hot water. Luckily we had a cooler to keep some of the food we brought cool. Food: The restaurant has limited hours and we checked in after dinner service ended. No after hours offerings. They had a small section in their gift shop with cold drinks, ice cream, and snacks. We ended up eating instant noodles for dinner. However we had to get utensils and hot water from the gift shop. The lady who helped us was really nice. We had breakfast included in our booking. The breakfast food was pretty good with large portions. Limited coffee options. Service: Excellent. Staff were friendly and helpful. We accidentally got ourselves locked out of our cabin in the middle of the night. Main lobby was closed with no sign on what to do if needed help but I found the staff rooms upstairs in the main building. The staff were quick to help and give me a spare key. Activity: The hot spring pool is only for cabin guests and you have to make reservations for a time slot. We did 11 AM on the day we checked out. There were only about 10 other people there and it was lovely. 3 hot pools and we were all able to spread out comfortably, keeping at least 6 feet apart. Sometimes we had a whole pool to ourselves. The sol duc trail was another few min drive from the resort. Fairly small parking lot that got filled quickly in the morning. We were able to park on the side of the road. Tips: Plan out your arrival. Plan if you're going to do restaurant service or bring your own food. Bring your own kitchen amenities (kettle, cooler, utensils,etc) and entertainment.
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Date of stay: July 2020
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Frequently Asked Questions about Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort
Which popular attractions are close to Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort?
Nearby attractions include Olympic National Forest (3.5 miles), Sol Duc Falls (2.4 miles), and Sol Duc Hot Springs (1.6 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a pool, an on-site restaurant, and a spa.
What food & drink options are available at Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Are pets allowed at Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Does Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the mountain view available here.