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Paradise Inn at Mount Rainier

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boston
Reviewed 5 January 2017 via mobile

Fabulous old school Hotel. No technology bring a good book. Very dated which is part of the experience. Dining was good particular since you are 50 mins from anything else. Lower hiking trails are a must with great views if it isn't raining.

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Seattle, Washington
Reviewed 2 January 2017 via mobile

All comments on how big the place is, how small the rooms, how dated the style, how bad the parking ... all true. But the location! It is like all national park inns old and very very rustic. I think they would have said it was rustic when it was built! Common areas are gorgeous and loved the nightly ranger...

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Pam N, Guest Relations Manager at Paradise Inn at Mount Rainier, responded to this review

Thank you for sharing your comments. We are so pleased you enjoyed your stay at the Paradise Inn and look forward to welcoming you back for another visit. All the Best!

North Carolina
Reviewed 31 December 2016

The setting is incredible but the inn is terrible. One could be OK with the tiny room but there isn't even a chair to sit down on, the towels are so thin they don't dry you off, the restaurant is an overly priced bad food experience, & when it's cold & wet outside you're freezing inside because the public area...

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Pam N, Guest Relations Manager at Paradise Inn at Mount Rainier, responded to this review

Thank you for sharing your comments and please accept our sincere apologies for your disappointing stay. We take feedback very seriously and will certainly address the issues you mentioned as we continually strive to improve our guest experience. Thank you again for sharing your thoughts and comments. All the Best!

Belgium
Reviewed 24 December 2016

Tiny rooms without bathroom. long corridors with no decorations at all making it difficult for people to remember where their room is. Shared bathrooms in the corridor, but not enough for the amount of rooms. It was a long wait after a hike in the cold. Expensive restaurant with a huge dining hall.

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Pam N, Guest Relations Manager at Paradise Inn at Mount Rainier, responded to this review

Thank you for sharing your thoughts and comments. Please accept our sincere apologies for every inconvenience you experienced during your stay. We take all feedback seriously and will share your comments with our team as we continually strive to improve our guest experience. Thank you again for sharing your comments. All the Best!

San Antonio, Texas
Reviewed 22 December 2016

The rooms are small and sparse. The bathroom and showers are down the hall. The room key is made of metal and has little teeth. There's no telephone, television, radio, WiFi or cell service. The room doesn't have a mini fridge, microwave or coffee maker and there's no room service. It was great! The Paradise Inn is undeniably a bucket...

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Pam N, Guest Relations Manager at Paradise Inn at Mount Rainier, responded to this review

Thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts and comments. We are so pleased you enjoyed your stay and had the opportunity to unwind and completely relax without the distractions of modern day technology. We agree that everyone should add the historic Paradise Inn and Mount Rainier National Park to their bucket list and hope we have the...

Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
Reviewed 20 November 2016

As is to be expected from a National Park inn, the accommodations are sketchy. No surprise, though. The setting is to die for and the main lobby was fabulous. The pianist who played uninterrupted each night was a special treat and could be listened to from any of many fun seating options. The disappointing thing was our meal. Since people...

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Pam N, Guest Relations Manager at Paradise Inn at Mount Rainier, responded to this review

Thank you for sharing your thoughts and comments. We are so pleased that you enjoyed your stay and listening to our piano player during the evening. Please accept our sincere apologies for your disappointing experience in our dining room. We take our guest feedback very seriously and will share your comments with our entire team. Thank you again for your...

Andover, Massachusetts
Reviewed 28 October 2016

Amazingly, the inn does not have its own designated parking, so if you arrive when the park is crowded, you have to fight it out for parking with everyone else. We had the misfortune to be there when the large parking area was being repaved. They were repaving the entire parking area at once and the only parking was on...

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Pam N, Guest Relations Manager at Paradise Inn at Mount Rainier, responded to this review

Thank you for sharing your thoughts and comments. We are pleased that you enjoyed the location, dining, and public areas during your stay. Please accept our sincere apologies for every inconvenience you encountered during the paving project. Paving was completed at the end of September giving our guests very good accessibility to the inn. We agree that the guest rooms...

Reviewed 23 October 2016

We stayed three nights at Paradise Inn for a visit in early September. It was a very comfortable, enjoyable visit and staying at the inn made it easy to enjoy the park from before sunrise to after sunset. The inn does not have televisions, nor internet or cellular service. Under normal circumstances that is a wonderful break from day to...

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Iowa
Reviewed 21 October 2016

We stopped for lunch here while touring MRNP. I've dined at the inns/lodges in several national parks - Grand Canyon, Glacier, Yellowstone, Pretty much all run along the same theme. Rustic but elegant huge formal dining rooms with park views. Linen table clothes & napkins, uniformed waitstaff, set dining hours and limited-selection menus with very expensive (after all you're paying...

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Kent, Washington
Reviewed 20 October 2016 via mobile

We came here for our anniversary and had, overall, a nice experience. The rooms are small and drafty but clean. We enjoyed that it wasn't modern and had a nostalgic feel. The restaurant was the low point of our stay. The food was hit and miss. The breakfast buffet was not worth what we paid as it was slightly better...

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Pam N, Guest Relations Manager at Paradise Inn at Mount Rainier, responded to this review

Thank you for taking the time to provide valuable feedback. I would first like to apologize for your disappointing experience in our dining room. This is certainly not indicative of our goal to provide quality food to our guests and I have shared your comments with our entire team. We are so pleased that you enjoyed the stunning views surrounding...

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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
Built in 1916 and designated as one of the "Great Lodges of the West" this historic guest lodge sits in the shadow of Mount Rainier surrounded by mountain meadows lush with wildflowers. Miles of hiking trails just outside the front door lead to adventures in all directions and offer panoramic views of glaciers and waterfalls. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Paradise Inn at Mount Rainier

Address: Mt Rainier National Park, Mount Rainier National Park, WA 98368
Region: United States > Washington > Mount Rainier National Park
Price Range: €231 - €231 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 121
Also Known As:
Paradise Hotel Mount Rainier National Park
Paradise Inn Washington
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