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Rain Forest Resort Village
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Reviewed November 7, 2013

We stayed here in a motor home, although there are also a few tent sites, small (one room?) cabins and hotel rooms available in the same resort. Our space had water and electrical hook-ups, and consisted of a large, nearly-level, solid grass/gravel pad. There is only one space with hookups that actually allows a view of the lake from the comfort of your rig, so there was already a large Class-A (bus) blocking our view; but the folks there were friendly, and we were mere steps away from the beach, so we didn't mind.

Just off one end of the RV campgrounds is a sign for the World's Largest Spruce Tree (see photos).

Their restaurant was reported to have the best salmon on the lake -- which is no small boast! Of course, the resort employees recommended it; but *everybody* we asked in town also pointed us back here!

Their general store had a reasonable stock of food, necessities and hand-crafted gift items, and the friendliest staff!

The only down-side was that they do not take reservations for RV sites; only hotel rooms and cabins. I would have gladly paid a premium to be guaranteed a site, although we had no trouble getting the 2nd-best site in the campgrounds on a 'first come first served' basis.

Room Tip: Check out the resort map; many of the rooms have a beautiful lake view!
  • Stayed: August 2013, traveled with family
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Thank StilllHoneymooners
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Reviewed October 8, 2013

I like the small lodge which could for 4. It is just besides the beautiful lake and mountain. And there is a restaurant by the lake.
The service is excellent there, we have 2 additional people for the room and they just bring two beds in.
General, We love it.

Stayed: September 2013, traveled with friends
Thank Bailey L
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Reviewed October 1, 2013

We tried the Lake Quinault Lodge but it was fully booked so after looking at reviews on Tripadvisor thought we would give this place a go. The view of the lake was stunning from our ground floor motel room. The room could really do with a bit of updating but it was clean and comfortable. There was no air conditioning just a vent under the window and a heater if it was cold. It did have a comfy sofa, but the wooden drawers smelt a little musty. Hair dryers had to be collected from the reception area in the shop. Conveniently across the road was The Salmon House restaurant which served good food and had a good view of the lake too. All in all not bad for the money.

  • Stayed: September 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed September 30, 2013

My husband and I rented a cabin with a jet tub and a fireplace. Very cute. overlooked the lake. Got in after a long day of hiking around and was able to get checked in very easily. There is a Salmon House on the property which was great for dinner. Had a great view of the lake (sunset/mountains). Would stay here again.

  • Stayed: September 2013, traveled as a couple
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Thank FlywithAllison
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Reviewed September 28, 2013

The Rain Forest Resort Village has various types of rooms - check out their site and figure out which room you want before you call them. I was traveling with a family member. We originally wanted to stay at the historic Lake Quinault Lodge. But the lodge was totally booked - so we opted for this hotel about one mile away. We had a nice two bedroom unit - and the front room had a jaw-dropping view of the lake.

The room was clean but very basic.

Internet service is very poor from the rooms - but if you walk towards the lobby - actually the lobby is in a small store on the property - you can get a good WiFi signal.

Room Tip: Check out the website - there are many different options of rooms and cabins here.
  • Stayed: August 2013, traveled with family
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