We spent a night at Kalaloch Lodge this weekend, in one of the cabins. We arrived late because of exploring the coast and after a quick check-in we had dinner in the restaurant. I opted for a chicken sandwich and it was OK. Not exactly living up to the price, but it was an ok meal. The dessert however was heavenly, a brownie with ice cream. Our server, Nathan, was polite and speedy.
The cabin was as I had expected, having seen photos. The bed was comfortable, and it was very nice to have a fire. We had a dog with us and that cost $25 extra.
The next day we had a great breakfast, I believe it was called a lodge breakfast, and had a great waittress called Jade. She was super friendly, gave us some great heads up about icy roads and was fun to talk to in general. We also met Jim in the reception when we were leaving, super friendly guy!
All in all I was happy with our stay at Kalaloch lodge and would not hesitate to stay there again some time in the future.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Kalaloch Lodge is an Olympic National Park hotel property located a few sandy steps from the pristine Pacific coast. Tucked between lowland forest, temperate rainforest and marine sanctuary, Kalaloch offers accommodations with spectacular views, comfortable amenities and unrivaled outdoor recreation.Kalaloch is your Olympic Peninsula escape, whether the focus is romance, recreation or rejuvenation. The Main Lodge building is Kalaloch’s focal point, featuring 10 rooms and the Creekside Restaurant. Set just off the Main Lodge are the rustic yet comfortable Bluff and Kalaloch cabins, many with panoramic Pacific Ocean views. Several of Kalaloch’s cabins offer kitchenettes and cozy Franklin fireplaces, and are pet-friendly.Kalaloch’s two-story Seacrest Building is yet another championed Olympic Peninsula lodging option, set just a short walk from the cabins and main lodge. And the Kalaloch Group Campground offers an under-the-stars setting within sight and sound of the thundering Pacific Ocean.Part of the Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary, Kalaloch hosts a field guide’s-worth of wildlife including puffins, sea otters and the largest convocation of bald eagles in the continental U.S. Walking, biking, hiking, beachcombing, clamming and whale watching are popular local pastimes. Olympic’s storied Ruby Beach, with legendary mountain, glacier and rain forest views, is just a few miles away. Delaware North Companies Parks & Resorts at Kalaloch, Inc. is a Concessioner authorized by the National Park Service and the Department of the Interior to serve the public within Olympic National Park. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Kalaloch Hotel Forks
- Kalaloch Lodge Forks