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Reviewed July 17, 2009

We spent 3 nights at Timberline Lodge so my husband could climb Mt Hood. The location is perfect if you are going to climb the mountain, you're already at 6,000 feet, you leave from and return to the lodge without having to drive to a trailhead, and the scenery (as long as you don't mind the sight of ski lifts) is stunning. There is also a pool and hot tub for the tired body, after a climb. WiFi is available in the lobby. That said, this is not cheap for what you get, but then there is not much competition close by. Certainly there is nothing with a comparable setting! The rooms ($235/nt for a queen, before taxes) are small and rustic, and would be much improved by a better cooling system, as well as a coffee maker and minifridge in the room...instead there is a window that opens, coffee available near the front desk for about a half hour very early in the morning (gone by 7am), and some rather expensive restaurants ($14 for a sandwich at the bar; entrees in the nicer dining room are $24-40 and that's without a salad). Still, it's really something to look out a window or stand outside and look up at an incredible view of Mt Hood!

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Reviewed July 13, 2009

Went for a wedding 2 years ago. Front desk staff very rude - absolutely insolent. Even though family spent thousands on a wedding there at the time. Setting and hotel are beautiful but the staff lack of customer service etiquette left a bad taste.

  • Stayed: June 2007, traveled with family
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Reviewed July 10, 2009

We happened upon this place having driven for most of the day. Even though it is quite clearly providing a service for skiers, we were welcomed by the staff and given a room that was in keeping with the place itself. We initially had a problem with the blind in our room, which was broken and blocking the option of seeing the view. A member of staff arrived promptly and was very friendly, and fixed it as best he could. We did not experience any of the issues other people have had with the staff. We sat in the restaurant looking out at the most stunning views, and enjoyed a reasonable meal. Maybe a little on the pricey side, but okay.
My husband did want to go and experience the sky ride to the top of the mountain, and made sure that he checked at reception, and at the bottom of the ski lift that visibility was good. He was told it would clear, felt a little like his money was taken and when he got to the top saw absolutely nothing other than rocks.

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Reviewed June 16, 2009

We had requested an upgraded room with fireplace. The first room was on the second floor, but did not have a great view,(because of the tree and snow). The front desk was happy to change our room. They gave us a choice of two others. We chose the one with a view of the Cascades, which we liked better than the one of Mt. Hood.
Our room was very large with king bed, single bed, sitting area, fireplace, hardwood floors, large bathroom and windows facing mountains and side window facing west. The room was 310.
We may have just been lucky, but we did not have the noise problem mentioned by other reviewers. Our room had a carefully laid fire, very comfortable bedding, down pillows. The water could have been more consistent (hot) in the shower, but what a small complaint.
We got food from the bar area and ate in front of our own fireplace. The food was good, not exceptional.
Breakfast was very good. The breakfast buffet had something for everyone. Our waiter was a bit "sleepy?", but come on...It was early and he was young (and cute) and probably not much time for sleep.
We have stayed at numerous historic lodges in the U.S. and Canada, and Timberline is among the most interesting. The detail in every newel post and latch is awsome. Make sure to take lots of time to look around.
The weather was very cold and windy, when we were there. We had planned to take the chairlift, but due to wind, it was closed that morning. Sunrise, if you must stay inside for it, is best viewed from the bar area.
Overall, we had a very wonderful experience.

  • Stayed: June 2009, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed March 30, 2009

We just had a great visit to Timberline Lodge. A little pricey, sure -- but it is worth it. The view of Mt. Hood outside our room window alone was worth it. We had one of the fireplace rooms, which is a little larger than the regular rooms. I did not expect large rooms as Timberline was built in the 1930s - different standards then. Unlike some of the other reviews, I found the staff to be very helpful and friendly; especially at the restaurants. We used the pool, which was great. The breakfast buffet is terrific. It filled us up, we didn't need to eat again until dinner. All in all, a really great time. We would definitely stay again.

  • Stayed: March 2009, traveled with family
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