by Amanda Norcross
Located in Olympic National Park, Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort is known for — you guessed it — its natural hot springs. The resort has three hot springs soaking pools (plus one freshwater pool). You can visit the pools with a day pass, but we highly recommend overnighting in one of the resort’s cozy cabins.
Most cabins sleep up to four guests; opt for the Kitchen Duplex Cabin if you plan to stay a few nights and want to cook some meals. Traveling with a large group? Go for the Riverside Suite, which can accommodate 10 people. Some units are pet-friendly. All guests enjoy complimentary access to the pools.
The Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort has an onsite restaurant, Springs Restaurant, which offers breakfast, lunch and dinner. Kids’ menus are available. The hotel also has an espresso bar and lounge, and a gift shop with grab-and-go meals.
Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort is typically open late-March through late-October.
Our Editor Loves
- Location in Olympic Nat'l Park
- Cozy cabins with full kitchens
- Onsite restaurant
- Family Room 5+
- Free Wi-Fi
- Onsite Dining
We just stopped here for luch not for the hot springs but the pools seemed very popular with all ages. Lunch was great. Lots of local foods and very friendly staff. Prices were very reasonable. There is enough parking as well. Nice ambiance in the restaurant.
Nature was beautiful,but resort was dissapointing ! Poor maintenance -showers are out of order.Poor cleaning- water in hot pools are very filty-floatting pieces of hair and skin ,dirty grounds around pools..and it looked like nobody cares for customers - on check out morning, the only one road on the way out were closed untill later afternoon..so it would be helpful if reception staff informed leaving guests about road conditions ;for them to have an option to stay in resort, rather spending hours in the car waiting for road to be repared,under pour rain !
Hope it is helpful !