by Joanna Nesbit
Once visited by President Franklin Roosevelt, this grand 1926 lodge (open year-round) sits on the shores of Lake Quinault and, like the Lake Crescent Lodge, provides the experience of stepping back in time, but with a few extras, like a swimming pool, game room, Wi-Fi and TV’s in some rooms. There’s also beach access and a lake dock. The Boathouse rooms offer up to three beds and pets are allowed. The Fireplace rooms offer a king bed and private balcony. The more contemporary Lakeside rooms offer extra space, with TV’s and a patio or balcony. The onsite Roosevelt Dining Room includes a children’s menu, too. Note: The Quinault tribe has closed the lake to fishing and boating until further notice, but swimming is allowed.
Our Editor Loves
- Historical aspects like the Roosevelt Dining Room
- Rooms with up to three beds
- Lakefront property
- Connecting Rooms
- Family Room 5+
- Game Room
- Onsite Dining
by Garry T
The hotel is pricing but seeing where it is located explains that. Very limited places to eat especially after October 31. We stayed in the boat house rooms because we had our dogs with us and we were disappointed in the bed size but the room was clean. They allow pets but after you pick up after them you have to find a trash can to dispose of it as there are no cans by the poop bags. The restaurant is pricey as is the bar, $7.50 for a bottle of beer. The view is breathtaking any time of the day or night
This place was awesome. We stayed in the new building and that was nice, clean and stylish.
We also visited rooms located to main building, they were reallyreally old!!
Sauna was akward room, it´s not like a real sauna. Pool was excellent.
Breakfast and dinner were both excellent.