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Quileute Oceanside Resort
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Reviewed April 12, 2013 via mobile

We stayed in the A frames. Our 2nd time. It's very quiet and relaxing. Beautiful beaches to hike down to. The people are extremely friendly. There is a wonderful coffee shop called Jacob's Java across the street and the owner Rhonda is amazing! Can get fire permit to have fires on the beach at night. Plenty of places to drive to for activities, but while on the reservation, you live on Indian time. No hurries and enjoy the days.

  • Stayed: September 2012
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4  Thank varmettestravel
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Reviewed April 8, 2013

We spent a spring weekend at this beautiful spot. If you are looking to leave your wired world behind, this is the place. Solace and privacy are easily found here, and even a couple of days feels like a vacation. Bring your groceries along to cook in your room- the store on site is pretty well stocked, and prices reasonable for such an out of the way location. If you must connect, wi-fi is available in a library off the office. But- why would you want to miss the real show on the beach?

Room Tip: Take a look at the map on their website to see where your room or cabin is located
  • Stayed: April 2013, traveled as a couple
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3  Thank nwfamily
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Reviewed April 8, 2013

The hotel rooms are clean and nicely furnished. Definitely the nicest accommodations on the Washington coast under $100. The cold water cabins are simple and less expensive with a bed and a loft. The convenience store nearby has the essentials if you forget to bring food or matches etc...

  • Stayed: February 2013, traveled with friends
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2  Thank Clark G
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Reviewed April 8, 2013

We stayed for two nights here over a holiday weekend, and it was everything I thought it would be – nice accommodation, beautiful view, convenient access to the beach, and somewhat hampered by its remoteness.

The good: We stayed in one of the “Luxury Cabins” and found it more than adequate for two of us. The full kitchen (albeit with ¾ size appliances – you won’t be cooking a turkey in that oven!) met our needs quite well, and the bathroom was large and spacious. The bedroom area was comfortable if somewhat ill-designed – you have to close the door to get to the closet, and the naked light bulb hung so low in the closet as to make the top shelf in the closet unusable. The living room was comfortable with enormous windows and an adjoining dining area that you could probably squeeze six into.

Our room was not ready when we arrived an hour after check-in which seems hardly surprising for hotels like this but the clerk quickly offered a no-charge late checkout as compensation. While unnecessary, I appreciated her willingness to do what she could to make it right.

They have free wifi at the main lodge building – go to the back (ocean side) on the opposite end of the parking lot to use it. It is a tiny, unheated room with a small table and a bathroom just off of it for your needs. Just right for a quick 15-minute email check in.

Could be better:
The tiny back porch offered outdoor seating to enjoy the water and the sunset. Unfortunately the chairs were badly mismatched – one comfy nice chair and a cheap plastic lawn chair. No side table was provided. There is also no screen door on the building so you can’t let cool evening air in without also inviting in critters.

There is a gas fireplace in the living room that provides small ambiance and heat. Great, except that it is on a dial timer (think something you’d install for a hot tub) that has such an annoying click-click-click sound as it winds down as to render my dream of quietly reading by the fire an impossibility. Incredibly poor design there.

The skylights and windows make for an enviable amount of natural light, but I strongly urge you to close all of your curtains if you are planning to be gone for the day, otherwise the building will get, and stay, hot. In the summer they may have AC, but it was an unexpected 80F when we returned home one evening (on a day that only hit the 60s) and did not cool off quickly.

Otherwise good to know:
Although the resort was completely full, there were no restaurants open in La Push. Plan ahead to bring your own food, or be faced with the possibility that you’ll have to trek back out to Forks for a meal.

There are a few paths to the beach but they are small and not marked. Large trees and branches that have washed up are mostly let to lay where they land, which is not a problem for most but may pose challenges for parents if their youngsters are particularly intent on exploring and climbing on everything.

There is really not much to do in La Push besides hike, or be a Twilight tourist. If you enjoy cultural tourism, Neah Bay would be a better bet.

In all, this is probably the nicest place to stay on this part of the coast, with the possible exception of Hobuck Beach Resort. Recommended if you want something comfortable in the area, but I can’t say it is your best bet to “escape from the chaos of the outside world” as their website puts it – it just doesn’t go quite far enough, and not just because of that darn ticking timer on the fireplace.

  • Stayed: March 2013, traveled as a couple
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5  Thank LadyoftheMoon
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Reviewed March 24, 2013

ONE OF THE BEST PLACES TO ESCAPE TO! my gosh there's so much wonderful things I don't know what to start with. You have to see it to understand what I am talking about. Beautiful, just freaking beautiful.
- breath taking views FROM the motel,cabin, wherever you are.
-Amazing staff
- GREAT tribal natives
-Super clean cabin and motel rooms as well as the "A" frame cabin. (We had a family outing here there were about 50 of us we stayed all over the resort and I checked out everyone room)
-WHAT THE HECK ARE YOU STILL READING THE REVIEWS FOR? GO RESERVE YOUR SPOT!

THANK YOU QUILEUTE RESORT TEAM!!!

  • Stayed: March 2013, traveled with family
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3  Thank hibiscus_baby
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