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The placed was packed when we arrived. So much so that people had parked all the way down the long hill past the Inn. We were lucky and found a parking spot on the side of the Inn. The lobby was full of hikers, folks...More
The hotel is located in a perfect place to view the mountain top as well as the wild flowers. The night sky full of stars is also amazing. The hotel room is quite small and most of them without bathroom inside the guest room, it...More
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Response from Pam N, Guest Relations Manager at Paradise Inn at Mount RainierResponded 14 July 2015
Thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts and comments regarding your recent visit to the Paradise Inn. We are so pleased that you enjoyed your visit to Mount Rainier and agree that the Paradise Inn is in a perfect location and very...More
Had a long day of hiking, and we were starving so we stopped at the Paradise Inn restaurant. The decor was nice, but the prices were a bit high for what you get. I had the sirloin which was good, and my friends ordered the...More
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Response from Pam N, Guest Relations Manager at Paradise Inn at Mount RainierResponded 8 July 2015
Thank you for sharing your comments. Please accept our sincere apologies for your experience in our dining room. We are so pleased that you enjoyed your entrees but the service you received is certainly not to the standard to which we hold our team responsible....More
I stayed here with my three children (two teenage daughters and a 9 year old son) and we were so mesmerized by the incredible view and great weather that we barely noticed the iphones didn't have service or wifi and those incredible pictures and posts...More
We didn't realize until we arrived that this was completely off the grid and rustic. No cell service, wifi, or air conditioning. To make matters worse, soon after we arrived the power went out. This caused the hotel's restaurant (the only food around after 7)...More
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Response from Pam N, Guest Relations Manager at Paradise Inn at Mount RainierResponded 6 July 2015
Thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts and comments. We would like to extend our sincere apologies for each and every inconvenience you encountered during your visit. Our guest confirmations and web site alert guests to the lack of cell phone service...More
Response from Hilary C | Property representative |
The annex and the main lodge are connected by an indoor hallway and there are no elevators in the hotel. There is one flight of stairs to access rooms in the main lodge and rooms in the annex are accessible by one to four... More
The annex and the main lodge are connected by an indoor hallway and there are no elevators in the hotel. There is one flight of stairs to access rooms in the main lodge and rooms in the annex are accessible by one to four flights of stairs. Annex guestrooms have a private bath and rooms in the main lodge share four private showers and a separate men and women's restroom located in the hallway. The Paradise Inn is 100 years old but still retains it rustic lodge feeling with guest rooms smaller than what you may be accustomed to.
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"Rooms are small, but quaint. They are adequate for sleeping, but not much else."