We booked a newly renovated lakeside/view room for 7 nights. The rooms have a small balcony, blow dryer, and coffee maker. They come with the bath/shower combo and a nice size TV with enough channels to pick from. As your in a very remote area to get to any food selections it's unfortunate the rooms don't come with a small fridge and microwave. Especially since the Roosevelt dining room is not open and serving food all day. They have limited hours. When we first arrived on Saturday afternoon the coffee bar was open serving beautiful coffee drinks, wine etc, but, after Saturday it only mirrored the restaurant hours. If you have Celiac disease or other serious food allergy's eating in this area will not be easy. Even in the Roosevelt dining room you have very limited options.
The doors on the rooms are very hollow (you can hear any one's conversation outside the door) other then that the room is overall very quiet (solid walls). We were on the 3rd floor and never experienced any noise issues. The room came with a sofa, chair, table, and shelfs for your clothes not drawers. Because the trees on the property are so large (and beautiful) most views from the room are definitely partially obstructed. The bathrooms come with the annoying wall dispensers for soap under the bogus guise of going "green". For the price you pay for the rooms I think they could provide actual soap bars so if you wanted to take a bath you wouldn't have to keep standing up to get to the soap dispenser.
The so called WIFI was a huge issue even if you sat in the lodge as suggested. Ironically you could drive one mile to the Salmon House or about 3 miles to the Internet Cafe restaurant and it would work fine---reallly? Maybe the Quinault lodge could get some direction/assistance from these places.
They have a game room with table tennis and a small pool table. A pool and his and hers dry saunas. Because the grounds are so relaxing and beautifully manicured I would recommend this place. If you need more options (like something resembling a kitchen) I would recommend checking out some of the other establishments in the area that do provide more options and also are on the lake.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- There are some places so blissfully disconnected from the modern world that they seem to stand suspended in time. Lake Quinault Lodge is one such place - a grand and rustic lodge built in 1926 that welcomes guests with warmth, hospitality and a sincere feeling of home-away-from-home comfort. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Lake Quinault Hotel Quinault
- Lake Lodge Quinault