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Stayed here with my wife and another couple for a little midweek getaway. My friends wife found an online promotion that included the room and breakfast. Our rooms were near each others and had awesome views! My wife was very happy as we were able...More
The historic lodge is a destination in itself, and is so wonderfully preserved. There is so much to see and do right in the lodge, i.e. spectacular architecture, interesting displays, varied dining options, swimming pool, cozy and well-appointed rooms, beautiful views from the balcony and...More
I have been going to Timberline Lodge for more than 60 years and never fail to be impressed. The first day of the new year was special but very, very crowded. The restaurant and bar were fine and pleasant. They made a special order drink...More
I think that the real reason the Timberline Lodge doesn't make the following improvements is simply because they don't have too. Perhaps I'm crazy, but if I owned the place, I would make a number of small changes and start charging $100+ more a night....More
Timberline lodge was a lovely venue for our son and daughter-in-laws wedding. We were fortunate that it was a bright and sunny day. Staff were very helpful and attentive everywhere we went.
We stayed in the fireplace room. The fireplace was very nice and easy...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.