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Reviewed 11 October 2017 via mobile

While exploring the Olympic peninsula, we stopped here for an early lunch. I could have sat here all day staring at the mesmerizing blue waters. We enjoyed delicious bloody Mary's, fish and chips and local caught salmon from neah bay. The service was excellent, and the view from our table in the restaurant looked out on the water. Just fabulous.
Real nice gift shop within the lodge, outside of the restaurant. Overall, a very pleasent experience!!

Stayed: September 2017, travelled as a couple
Thank kmpayton
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Reviewed 7 October 2017 via mobile

We arrived at the lodge after five having been told we could check in at four. We were told to check back in half an hour but advised to make reservations for the dining room straight away, which we did.

It was gone six when we were allowed into our room. This is a beautiful place and waiting with the view we had was less hard than it might have been in other places but we had spent a day on the road and by the time we got to our room did not have the time to freshen up before dinner.

Dinner was so poor words will not do it justice. We watched the sun go down as we ate which was a magical thing to see through windows which badly needed a clean. The food is not prohibitive but is priced at a level and presented in a way which makes you think that the management have expectations of it which it simply doesn't live up to. My partners food, we were told, was the chefs speciality. She didn't eat it.

The rooms are basic but if you expect different from a cabin by a lake you will be disappointed. They were functional.

Service, bar being denied access to our room, was good throughout and delivered with a smile.

I would always recommend visiting such a beautiful place. Just bring sandwiches and arrive late.

Stayed: October 2017, travelled as a couple
Thank Thewillbobaggins
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Reviewed 5 October 2017

It was a long day when we arrived at Lake Crescent. It was unseasonably warm. We were in a second floor room which was bit of a struggle to get our bags up the stairs. The room was as expected. Clean and comfortable. It was quite busy there as it was a long weekend. The dining room was busy but we had reserved a table on checking in. The sunset was beautiful. The lodge is in a beautiful setting.

  • Stayed: September 2017, travelled as a couple
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Thank travellerandquilter
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Reviewed 30 September 2017

Scenery maybe unparalleled in the National Park system. The lodge is very nice; very "lodgy." Stayed in one of the lodge rooms; Some issues with hot water, namely two adults can't take a shower one after the other.

Cabin was rustic. Probably overdue for a renovation.

That being said, the draw of this location is the lake and surrounding majestic scenery. if you need facebook or other narcissistic things then this is not the place for you.

Going in the prime season might be a little rough; restaurant was struggling to keep up with both slow nights we ate there. The cabins were pretty close together; on a busy weekend things might be a little too close for much privacy.

Restaurant, although very good, was typical NPS prices. There aren't really any local grocery options.

General note for travelling around the Olympic Peninsula; don't look at 20 miles on the map and think it's only a 20 minute drive. Driving always always always takes longer than it normally would.

Room Tip: Lodge rooms were super rustic but had an incredible view. Cabins looked super small and fairly close together.
  • Stayed: September 2017, travelled as a couple
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Thank John H
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Reviewed 29 September 2017

This is a beautiful area, but the rooms are Not clean. We have stayed in many parks managed by Aramark, and they have been clean. The rooms need a thorough cleaning. The showers are old & disgusting. They could look clean with a soaking with bleach.
I would not stay here, again.
The man who checked us in was wonderful, and the lobby is very nice.

Room Tip: Storm king rooms are awful.
  • Stayed: September 2017, travelled as a couple
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Thank kapcat
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