The beauty of the Olympic National Park is hard to fully express in words. The combinations of its forests, mountains and coastal ecosystems make a truly breathtaking wilderness park and leave travelers in wonder and awe. Named a World Heritage Site and UN International Biosphere Reserve, Olympic National Park is not only a natural adventure ground for travelers, but it is also a study spot for students and scientists. While Olympic National Park is for camping enthusiasts, having adventuring here doesn't mean it has to be an outdoor escape. The lodge has plenty of accommodation options - offering a memorable travel experience. These are the best lodging accommodations in Olympic National Park.
8 Kalaloch Lodge
Kalaloch Lodge is a seaside accommodation dating back to 1920 – offering a combination of remote and modern travel experiences. Choosing to stay at Kalaloch lodge is opting to surround oneself with inspiring beauty, regardless of the type of lodging travelers go for. Tourists have different preferences when it comes to what they want for a getaway vacation. The good news is – that at Kalaloch, every traveler's needs are met. Whether one prefers coziness and the feel of being home, or privacy; perhaps in a cabin – Kalaloch Lodge can never disappoint. The lodgings have perfect facilities for everyone, including those going for a family vacation or some romantic getaways. The lodge guarantees an incredible view of the surrounding and easy access to some of the Olympic park's best hiking trails, breathtaking beaches, a spectacular marine haven, and a flourishing rainforest.
|Main Lodge||Open||24 Hours||Starts at $287|
|Cabin||Open||24 Hours||Starts at $354|
7 Lake Crescent Lodge
Constructed in 1915, Lake Crescent Lodge offers the most fascinating wilderness experience that perfectly matches the wild in Olympic National Park. The lodge is just about a 30-minute drive away from Port Angeles and remains open from the end of April through November. This beautiful lodge offers plenty of unique accommodations that travelers can choose from. Roosevelt Fireplace Cabins is an example of a famous option, situated right on the shores of Lake Crescent – and are always available during summer.
- Cost: Starts at $302
- Opening hours: the front desk is open 24 hours, the lounge is 11:00 am-10:00 pm
6 Log Cabin Resort
Log Cabin Resort provides plenty of options for accommodations, including comfortable lodge rooms, lakeside chalets, camper cabins, full hook-up RV sites, camping log cabins, tent camping tents, and rustic cabins. Located on the shores of Lake Crescent, Log Cabin Resort offers a mixture of remote and luxury experiences to travelers exploring the Olympic National Park. Although a bit older than other accommodations found within the park, the resort's cabins are remarkably clean and guarantee an unforgettable travel experience.
- Cost: Starts at $91
5 Lake Quinault Lodge
Located at the Olympic National Park’s southwest edge, Lake Quinault was constructed in 1926 and is a major historic place in the U.S. The historic main rooms offer a beautifully remote and modern experience. The lodge also has lakeside rooms that come with fireplaces to provide adequate warmth to travelers. Lake Quinault Lodge hosts the popular Roosevelt Dining Room, named after the former U.S. president Franklin D. Roosevelt, who came to this place in 1937. From the lodge, incredible views of the Quinault valley and Lake is guaranteed. The food served here is probably the most delicious one can ever have.
- Address: 345 S Shore Road, Quinault, Washington
- Cost: Starts at $245
4 Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort
Located near the Sol Duc River, on Lake Crescent’s south side, Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort provides a scenic spot to stay when exploring Olympic National Park. Accommodation options in this lodging include a popular campground as well plenty of cabins to choose from. The cabins differ in size and amenities – standard, duplex, and kitchen cabins are all available. This resort is surrounded by beautiful natural attractions that draw many travelers to the area. Travelers can have access to Sol Duc Falls and Seven Lakes Basin from here. Also, visitors have a taste of delicious dishes made at Springs Restaurant, located on the grounds of this resort. A stay at Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort offers an adventure experience of a lifetime.
3 Olympic Lodge, Port Angeles
With exceptional hotel services and incredible views of the Olympic Mountains and the Peninsula Golf Course, staying at Olympic Lodge, Port Angeles is definitely worth every penny! The lodge offers amenities, including meeting room spaces, a hot tub, free parking space, and an outdoor heated pool. A fascinating travel experience and relaxing stay are always guaranteed at Olympic Lodge, Port Angeles to travelers exploring the nearby Olympic National Park.
- Hours of Operation: Mondays-Fridays 9:30 am-5:30 pm, Saturdays 10:00 am-5:30 pm, Sundays 10:00 am-3:00 pm
2 The Pacific Inn Motel, Forks
For a more relaxing and luxurious accommodation experience around Olympic National Park, try The Pacific Inn Motel in Forks, a small town situated west of the Olympic Peninsula. The motel is nestled right at the heart of the city and is a popular option for travelers exploring Olympic Park. There are many options for accommodation here – including apartment-style suites and single queens; all offering free Wi-Fi, a wardrobe, TV (flat screen), beddings, and a private bathroom.
1 Ravenscroft Inn, Port Townsend
Located in the city of Port Townsend, Ravenscroft Inn is an enchanting place to stay while on an Olympic National Park tour. The spaces at the inn are beautifully decorated with colonial-inspired architecture and only offer up to 6 rooms and 2 suits per night to visitors. Free Wi-Fi is available, but there are no TV s in any of the rooms. Travelers can enjoy reading from the stunning library located at the inn and have breakfast services offered in their rooms.