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Walla Walla, Washington
Reviewed 13 August 2014

We were staying nearby and decided to check this place out for a brief swim session for the kids and lunch. The big pool (chlorinated) was nice, the small (warm) pools are good too if you like natural, egg-smelling mineral water (Note: the smell is very strong so if you cannot deal with smells like that, stick to the big...

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Blacksburg, Virginia
Reviewed 10 August 2014

The cabins at Sol Duc are cabins. No AC but as it is the Olympic Peninsula it isn't an issue. The windows provide great cross ventilation. The inside of the cabins are very nice. The beds are comfortable and really nice after spending the day hiking in the park. Deer wander around in the morning hours which is fun. The...

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Santa Paula, California
Reviewed 31 July 2014 via mobile

Olympic National Park is amazingly beautiful. We stayed in a cabin with no refrigerator for two nights and it was very relaxing. A cooler was sufficient for two. The hot springs were nice if a bit crowded. The staff were excellent. A fan would have been nice as it was unusually hot. Overall we really enjoyed our stay.

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Bonney Lake, Washington
Reviewed 29 July 2014

Many reviews talk about the condition of the swimming pool and mineral pools. They have worked around that now by reserving the largest mineral pool to only be open after 6pm. The others have been open all day and it gives you a great way to enjoy a clean pool later in the day. Bugs are going to land in...

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SoCal
Reviewed 24 July 2014

We had a two queen cabin with bath for two adults and three younger kids. It worked but was a tight fit. The cabin without a kitchen had a small couch. The cabin with kitchen did not have a couch. The rooms were fine but not special. The hiking near here is great which makes this worth a stop. Do...

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Fort Mill, South Carolina
Reviewed 24 July 2014

Our cabin at Sol duc Hot Springs was in the blazing sun until nearly 9pm. There's no air conditioning, which is fine, but there are also no table fans to help cool the room until the sun goes down. Ridiculous. We were very uncomfortable in the cabin - there was a nice breeze on the porch but it didn't penetrate...

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1Thank BRC160
Kent, Washington
Reviewed 22 July 2014

We got a little cabin with a kitchenette while we were here. Very rustic but fine. The hot springs themselves felt great but there are some issues. The water is pumped in so you don't get that sand or rock bottom pool you expect. Also, it was packed. If you stay there you can get in an hour ahead of...

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Dayton, Ohio
Reviewed 20 July 2014 via mobile

After 2 days in Seattle we started out to Olympic National Park. We stayed at Sol Duc, Lake Cresent and Lake Quinault lodges - all needing reservations well in advance (9 mos. or more!). Sol Duc was probably the best place to start our tour as the lodges just got better! Sol Duc is the most rustic of the three...

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1Thank Annswartz
Vancouver
Reviewed 16 July 2014

When we stood at Sol Duc, we had high expectations, hoping to explore the natural beauty of the National Park and having a nice place to sleep and relax. This was not the case. The girl at the front desk Jennifer was very rude. Never once smiled, was not helpful at all. She seemed extremely irritated to have to help...

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Snohomish, Washington
Reviewed 15 July 2014

The room was fine, it was clean and comfortable. No issues. The "hot springs" aka large concrete hot tubs were pretty scary. Lots of people and unidentifiable floating substances. I prefer my hot tub at home actually. The actual pool was nice though. Dinner was good, nothing outstanding but solid all the way around. If I could ignore what we...

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Additional Information about Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort

Address: Sol Duc Road, U.S. 101, PO Box 2169, Olympic National Park, WA 98362
Region: United States > Washington > Olympic National Park
Price Range: €190 - €289 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 33
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Sol Duc Hot Springs Hotel Olympic National Park
Sol Duc Springs
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