Feb 24 - Feb 25
Great location right on the beach! Room was clean: however, there was water in the kitchen coming from the fridge and there were no paper towels. There was no WiFi. Dinner at the restaurant on-site was very good.
Mar 2 - Mar 3
Bed was extremely comfortable! Slept like a baby. Down fall gal at check in was not very friendly or informative
Feb 19 - Feb 20
Clean room with comfortable beds and friendly staff!
Feb 20 - Feb 21
Very clean new fixtures in bathroom. Lovely view outside. Will come back
Feb 20 - Feb 21
Nice people and nice place with new look and feel made for easy stay
Mar 2 - Mar 3
we is happy with all u can call casino shuttle pick you up right there and Elmer"s restaurant and little strip mall in walking
Feb 23 - Feb 24
Every room has an amazing water view with such a quaint decor! The staff was incredibly helpful and just wonderful in general. Would absolutely stay here again :)
Mar 1 - Mar 2
Spacious room, nice bed and bathroom with clawfoot tub. Also the rooms were very clean and no mold or dust which is pretty amazing for a historic old hotel. Right on the historic street and parking in back. Just a warning there is a huge staircase and no elevator. I will definitely stay again!
Nestled in Washington State and bordering the beautiful, wild Pacific Ocean, the Olympic National Park area holds a rugged, idyllic beauty that attracts tourists in droves. The park, which was designated a special area by congress in 1938, itself offers three different forest ecosystems to explore, and has been designated a United Nations World Heritage Site.Mount Olympus, at 7,890 feet high, reigns supreme over hot springs, lakes, glaciers, mountain vistas, and lush green forests, making the area such a must-visit destination for holidaymakers.
Head for the dizzying heights of beautiful Mount Olympus and be sure to stay nearby, so you can rest your weary legs easily after a long day hiking. Then, tread the rainforest path in the three ecosystems of Hoh, Queets, and Quinault, and marvel at the awe-inspiring quilt of trees. For the utmost convenience, stay at one of the hotels near Hoh River. Afterwards, you might want to schedule in a stroll along the riverside and though the lush Hoh Rain Forest. This rainforest is one of the best examples of US American temperate rainforest and will make nature lovers jump for joy.
Afterwards, drive to the stunning subalpine meadows of the Deer Park and Hurricane Ridge, safe in the knowledge the former has plenty of great places to stay nearby. Deer Park especially is a quaint area to explore. After all, it received its name from the fact that deer were grazing while railroad surveyors where investigating the area in the 1900s. In fact, railroads were the reason for Deer Park to be built. With later logging, area was cleared for orchards, parks, and farms. Among these, the North Spokane Farm Museum offers its guests interesting collections, photographs, and artifacts on farm life.
As with all Orbitz hotels, there are a great selection of both 4 and 3 star accommodation in the Olympic National Park area. For a touch of luxury, choose one of the excellent 4 star options, where you can expect incredible views of the surrounding nature and delicious breakfasts. Bathe in comfort with free luxury toiletries and do not worry about parking, because many hotels offer that free as standard.
However, should you be in need of something a touch less fancy, but still want to maintain your comfort level, try the excellent 3 star hotels. Many of these offer fast WiFI, breakfast, and in-house restaurants.
There are several airports near the Olympic National Park area. Still, the biggest of them is Seattle Tacoma International Airport, where you can stay nearby. It takes approximately two hours to drive there, but the route is fairly direct over the Tacoma Bridge.
For a touch of adventure, you can take a seaplane over the area from Friday Harbor, or Deer Harbor. The latter is home to Orca Whales and is situated on San Jose island. From there, you can easily get back to Seattle Tacoma.