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27500 E Timberline Rd, Timberline Lodge, OR 97028-9709
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COVID-19 UPDATE: Timberline Lodge and Ski Area is open on a limited basis. Before coming to Timberline all skiers and riders must complete a Covid questionnaire. Operations may be limited or modified at any time in response to changing circumstances. The historic lodge and some of its restaurants are open for overnight guests as well as daily visitors. The pool, hot tub, and sauna remain closed. Cloth face masks are required. Timberline is a responsible part of the community and doing the right thing is at our foundation. Please count on us to do that. We are counting on you to do your part. Thank you!
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Free parking
Free internet
Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room
Bar / lounge
Bicycle rental
Game room
Books, DVDs, music for children
Paid public parking on-site
Hot tub
Pool / beach towels
Pool with view
Outdoor pool
Heated pool
Shallow end in pool
Fence around pool
Breakfast available
Kids' meals
Snack bar
Special diet menus
Wine / champagne
Vending machine
Ski rentals
Ski school
Bicycle tours
Canoeing offsite
Table tennis
Board games / puzzles
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Highchairs available
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Conference facilities
Banquet room
Meeting rooms
Fax / photocopying
Ski In / Ski Out
Baggage storage
Gift shop
Non-smoking hotel
Outdoor fireplace
Outdoor furniture
Picnic area
Sun deck
ATM on site
24-hour front desk
Self-serve laundry
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Interconnected rooms available
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Bottled water
Cable / satellite TV
Walk-in shower
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TGN_50 wrote a review Aug 13
Seattle, Washington27 contributions5 helpful votes
We spent 3 nights at Timberline Lodge for hiking in the surrounding area. We had a beautiful second floor room with two big windows facing the Mt. Jefferson Wilderness. The room had a fireplace, a spacious tile bathroom, and super comfortable beds with quality sheets and down comforters. We also had a small sofa, chair and coffee table. The room was spotless and COVID-19 precautions were strictly followed throughout the hotel. This is a special place that feels like the top of the world. The only reason it is not five stars is because the food options were not fantastic. It might be different in non-COVID times but even though the Cascade Dining Room is lovely and the service was good, the food was disappointing and the menu was limited. We had one meal there and it was just not a wow for the price. The Ram's Head Bar is also lovely but the "apres-ski" menu was just weird - nothing I wanted to eat. I keep thinking of all the simple, fantastic PNW cuisine down in Portland and couldn't help but believe the Lodge could do better. i would not let this deter me from visiting again but definitely have to manage the expectations.
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Date of stay: August 2020
Jonathan P wrote a review Jun 2020
Portland, Oregon13 contributions7 helpful votes
Hotel's Favorite
Timberline epitomizes the grand old lodge of the 1930's and provides a sense of northwest adventure under the commanding gaze of Mount Hood. After a dinner in the main room, hang out in front of the central fire place that spans from floor up 40 feet. This is one of my favorite places on earth. Period.
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Date of stay: June 2020
PMRailroad wrote a review Aug 10
Cosmopolis22 contributions9 helpful votes
The lodge is historic - but, our fireplace room was spacious and very comfortable. We found the earplugs on the second night - didn't need them. The Cascade Dining Room was a treat. First night I had the pork chop. It was HUGE, and it was topped with a wonderful tomato, caper, olive sauce. The second night we shared a sliced tomato salad with bacon, onion and blue cheese. The tomatoes tasted like they just came out of the garden and my steak was enough for two nights. All in all a nice getaway - we got our money's worth.
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Date of stay: August 2020
Noelle B wrote a review Aug 7
Seattle, Washington2 contributions
Yes, it's expensive ($300/night during the summer on a weekend). You pay for the privilege of staying at a very unique WPA lodge in a spot that is one of only a few in the country. And the lodge knows that it's older, and some of its amenities are antiquated. (It gives you earplugs, for example, in a little envelope that says "we're listening!" Cute.) If you can get past all that, and you have a love for the old '30s style of WPA architecture, built when stone and wood were plentiful and craftsmanship was prized, then this is the place for you. This place, like its counterparts at Mount Rainier, Yosemite, Yellowtone, and a handful of other parks, is old-world stunning. It sits right on the Pacific Crest Trail, but at 6,000 feet, if you suffer from any altitude sickness, maybe skip staying here and stay at Govy (Government Camp) instead, which is 2,000 feet below. Our room looked to the south, towards Mount Jefferson, over the patio where FDR dedicated the hotel in 1937. Great place for history geeks. The rooms are cozy, quaint, and drip with history. Wood and iron are everywhere, and they benefit from an overhaul 5 years ago which did not strip the character of the place at all. Each room has a fan - thank goodness, because the wind whipping up the mountain somehow did not penetrate our room at all, and it got pretty stuffy. We even asked for another fan, and while they didn't have one, they did give us a swamp cooler which worked really well. The staff could not have been nicer. Our first room was on the top floor on a corner, and it howled with the wind. The kiddo with us was pretty freaked out, and they moved us to another room without question. Everyone wore masks inside the building, except at the restaurants. We ate brunch at the Cascade Dining Room and felt safe there, given that we were one of 5 seated tables in the whole place. Not sure we'd go again given the depths of our altitude response (we are sea-level folk, as it turns out). But this place was fun and gorgeous and has so much character.
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Date of stay: August 2020
Room Tip: Rooms on the mountain side are quieter - no parking lot.
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dailybrew wrote a review Jul 2020
Vancouver, Washington256 contributions39 helpful votes
The Timberline Lodge is absolutely beautiful! Having Mt. Hood right before your eyes is truly amazing! The whole ambiance is incredible. The rooms in the lodge are not that spectacular. They are so small with very little space. They only provide the tiniest tv. The bathroom is small. No fridge. For what you pay, it definitely is overpriced! The pool, hot tub and sauna are all closed due to Covid. It still was fun but definitely not worth five stars!
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
$162 - $280 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Timberline Lodge
Which popular attractions are close to Timberline Lodge?
Nearby attractions include Mount Hood (3.0 miles), Trillium Lake (4.7 miles), and Timberline Lodge (0.01 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Timberline Lodge?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a pool, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at Timberline Lodge?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Timberline Lodge?
Yes, free parking and paid public parking on-site are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Timberline Lodge?
Conveniently located restaurants include Mt. Hood Brewing Co., Cascade Dining Room, and Ram's Head Bar.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Timberline Lodge?
Yes, guests have access to a pool, a fitness center, and a sauna during their stay.
Are pets allowed at Timberline Lodge?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Does Timberline Lodge offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers meeting rooms, a banquet room, and conference facilities.
Are there any historical sites close to Timberline Lodge?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Timberline Lodge (0.01 miles).
Does Timberline Lodge have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the mountain view available here.
Is Timberline Lodge accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access, reduced mobility rooms, and facilities for disabled guests. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.