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Declared a National Historic Landmark in 1977, Timberline Lodge is one of Oregon's most popular tourist attractions. Considered an architectural wonder, it's still being used for its original intent-a magnificent ski lodge and mountain retreat for all to enjoy. Timberline Lodge is filled with amazing spaces. The main headhouse features three fireplaces at the base of a 90 foot chimney. The outdoor patios offer the most stunning views in Oregon. The outdoor pool is heated and open year round. Each room in Timberline Lodge has a unique rustic elegance, yet a modern and comfortable feel. All rooms have period furnishings, artwork and decor. Rooms range from premier fireplace rooms to European style bunk rooms. Timberline offers the longest ski season in North America. The winter season begins early to mid-November and continues through Memorial Day. Our Palmer Express high-speed quad lift allows us to operate later into the summer season than anyone else (usually through Labor Day).
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Sorry to share that this once beautiful Oregon Landmark has lost it's luster.
I hardly know where to begin, but I'll try:
Staff: Young, and completely disinterested in Customer Service or, more importantly, Showing Respect towards customers.
Management: Stopped by the "managers" Office (dirty-blonde female)...More
We had a great time at the Timberline Lodge. We were lucky to get a corner room. Our beds were so so comfortable. We explored all the various parts of this historic lodge.
We had drinks at the Rams Head Bar and then ate a...More
Make sure to have one of the historic craft cocktails in the upper bar overlooking the mountain. See the history room on the main level. Take the hiking trial up to the upper ski hill lift. We stayed in the closest town down the hill...More
We stopped by on my birthday for lunch, and wasn’t disappointed. It’s well worth the drive as, if it’s not cloudy or snowing you are rewarded with breathtaking views.
The hotel is full of history and has an area showing the history of the lodge...More
This is a great place to stay on and off season! We were there just before snow season so enjoyed hiking on-property and at trails 20-25 minutes away. Rooms are older but the common areas have great character. Heated pool, hot-tub are great. Also, during...More
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We had the continental breakfast which was 12.95. This included granola, yogurt, fresh fruit, homemade smoothies, assortment of breads and pastries, juices and coffee. Considering the beauty of the vistas and the history of... More
We had the continental breakfast which was 12.95. This included granola, yogurt, fresh fruit, homemade smoothies, assortment of breads and pastries, juices and coffee. Considering the beauty of the vistas and the history of the dining room, we didn't think this was out of line.