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Reviewed 16 October 2017 via mobile

I brought a friend. We enjoyed a sumptuous lunch then changed to walk to Merrymere Falls. It was a delicious lunch and we were seated at a corner with two window views of the lake. The food was fabulous and the service great. We returned to enjoy the lobby, some hot cocoa, the amazing fire, to relax and soak in the ambiance. Can't wait to return for happenings in November and December.

Stayed: October 2017, travelled with friends
1  Thank DoloresJacoby
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Reviewed 15 October 2017 via mobile

If you, like me, have been charmed by the idea of staying in a Roosevelt cabin and expect it to be better than what you may have experienced in other Aramark properties, think again. Here’s why:
1. The maid service was really awful during our visit. Stained sheets, unemptied trash can (and coffee pot) from previous guests, and general grime. Super sloppy care during our stay, too.
2. The two one-bedroom Roosevelt cabins are actually a duplex. You can hear the people next to you clear their throats. You begin to wonder if they will walk through the connecting door at any moment.
3. The furnishings are worn, there was evidence of mice each morning, and the plumbing stopped up.

But the worst part was the front desk person with a flippant attitude. She failed to tell us that our key only fit one of the four locks on the two doors, and that we could lock ourselves out in no time. She seemed to think we were a nuisance, and she was doing us a favor by doing her job. And she wouldn’t answer the front desk phone when we needed her. We were given a ten percent discount at checkout from another employee when I explained what happened.

My advice to others who are considering these cottages is to stay elsewhere. The pictures may be charming, but reality was very disappointing for us.

Stayed: September 2017, travelled as a couple
1  Thank Alabama
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Reviewed 15 October 2017

We stayed in the Storm King Lodge, where we had a room with a queen bed, and a view of the lake from the sliding glass doors that opened onto a patio. Furnishings were quaint lodge decor. The room was very quiet at night. The building is a small distance away from the main lodge, and it is very dark here at night, especially when it is raining, and there is cloud cover. We were glad that we had a small flashlight to find our way to the main lodge. We also had to help another guest find the registration desk, because apparently the signage is difficult to see in the dark. The shower was small, with only one small shelf for your toiletries. The ceramic tile grout on the shower floor was moldy, and we wore flip flops in there. I suppose it is hard to keep grout clean in a rain forest. Try to get a second floor room, because we were on the first floor and could hear the upstairs guests walking around. The dining room decor was not as fancy as the prices would suggest. My smoked salmon Caesar salad was tasty, but the croutons were stale; again, possibly due to being in a rain forest. It is probably a good idea to make dining room reservations during the peak season, because it was pretty full late on a weekend afternoon in October.

Room Tip: If in Storm King,ask for a 2nd floor room
  • Stayed: October 2017, travelled as a couple
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Thank ratherBtravelling_11
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Reviewed 14 October 2017

Booked a Roosevelt Cabin (#36) for a two night getaway recently and have fond memories of it. It's up there in price even off season and mid week but it was on the list so had to do it. Check-in was prompt, efficient and courteous and the location there on the lake is what dreams are made of. Adirondack chairs in front of the cabin on the beach are a delight for an late afternoon glass of vino and snack. The cabin itself is rustic but the beds are comfy and the view is amazing. Bathroom counter space is very limited even for my ever resourceful supervisor and she had a difficult time placing her necessary items close by.
The restaurant/bar serves good and decent food but the servers sometimes have to be flagged down when needing to order.
The housekeeper neglected to leave coffee cups and matches for the fireplace and they failed to clean out the old coffee grounds but other than these nit picking items, the staff did a good job with the room.
Plenty of board games to pass the time in the main lobby by the big fireplace and canoes/sups to rent on the beach. Lovely walks/hikes to nearby falls and other scenic views. No TV's thank goodness.
The gift shop had interesting items and a small selection of beverages to chose from otherwise you need to drive about 8 miles back toward Port Angeles to a small grocery store to re-provision.
Aramark is not real efficient when making reservations and we got frustrated as did the front desk when attempting to check future availability in the winter season.
So if you love nature and don't mind paying for it then this is your place.

Room Tip: If the wind is blowing your car will be coated in pine tree needles so chose your parking spot appropriately.
  • Stayed: October 2017, travelled as a couple
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Thank Garrison98370
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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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