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All reviewsroom was cleanwafflesrestaurant next doorfree breakfaststay there againhard boiled eggsolympic national parkbudget hotelhurricane ridgeno frillsplace to sleepstaff was very friendly and helpfulthe breakfast areachecking innice staycatching the ferrythird floor
Super 8 was exceptionally clean with a very friendly staff. Enjoyed our stay there. Don’t miss the trip up Hurricane Ridge, just make sure to check the weather cam first! If you have time, be sure to visit lake Crescent.
What a pleasant surprise after 4 months on the road. Initially we thought, OK just another Super 8 (which overall isn't so bad - in most cases) but Super 8 Port Angeles is waaay over the top. The only thing budget about this motel is...More
Thank Rick D
Response from Super8PortAngeles, Manager at Super 8 by Wyndham Port Angeles at Olympic National ParkResponded 21 April 2018
Thank you for your comments, Rick! We understand the brand that we represent but do our best to exceed our guests' expectations. Many of our policies, procedures, and amenities are above and beyond our franchise requirements, I'm so glad to hear you enjoyed your stay...More
We had a room with two queen beds at the back end of the top floor. It was nice and quiet. My wife thought she detected a slight musty smell when entering. I could not find anything I didn't like. Check in was quick and...More
We stoped at Port Angeles to see some waterfalls and Hurricane Ridge. We stopped at this place for reasonable price and staff at reception was more then helpful. They gave us timing and recommendations for all things what we can see and do in this...More
My wife and I (seniors) enjoyed our stay here. It was clean, comfortable and quiet. Our stay included a small breakfast which was very nice. We chose this hotel because it provided fast and easy access to the ferry to Victoria. Also, it was a...More