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Reviewed 7 April 2020

We stopped by the historic Timberline Lodge (Sept '19) for a look around and were lucky enough to drop in on a free tour being lead by a U.S. Forest Service guide.

I highly recommend taking the tour as it really brought the hotel to life, focusing on the history, art and architecture details of the hotel. The guide was extremely knowledgeable and interesting to listen to. One tidbit that we learned was many clothing catalogs have photoshoots there since they get snow so late in the season. Another fact, FDR dedicated the Timberline Lodge in 1937 and you can see a plaque for it on the patio overhang.

In the large lobby, there were lots of PCT backpackers resting, sleeping and lounging around (Some of them slightly smelly!)

We enjoyed lunch at the Ram's Head Bar where we were lucky enough to get a seat with a fabulous view of Mt. Hood after which we went out for a short hike on the Timberline Trail.

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Date of stay: September 2019
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Reviewed 25 March 2020

This is a Fabulous place to stay if visiting Mount Hood and it has its own ski area. Sadly for us we arrived just as the corona virus was starting to take hold and all the slopes on Mount Hood were shut down the very day we arrived so we will have to come back at some point to have the activity that we originally went for. Having said that we got a day at ski bowl and ended up doing some trails and walks and the scenery all round was fantastic.
We were in the Roosevelt room (115) and this is a huge fantastic room with so much space and living area and we were glad as we spent more time in there than we had anticipated when first booking.
The Hotel and architecture is full of history and it is stunning and i'm not surprised it has so many visitors even if you are not staying there, the food is great even though again it was slightly cut back because of the corona virus so there was no Buffett breakfast / lunch or dinner but what was on the menu could not be faulted, and the staff were all fantastic
Just a mention to the pool and hot tub which were again great (even though pool was shut down half way through our stay again because of the corona virus).
We will definitely be back here at some point in the future to try out the Mountain as well as stay in a great Hotel again

Room tip: Roosevelt Room is fantastic and very spacious
Date of stay: March 2020
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Reviewed 16 March 2020 via mobile

We just got home from our stay at the famous "Overlook Hotel" - Timberline Lodge
My dear friend had her Shining themed wedding there over the weekend. The outside of the hotel was used in the movie so she just had to have her destination wedding here!
This place is gorgeous. About 5 miles up a winding road off of the main highway, so prepare for the weather! We were lucky that it was very clear on the way up. During our stay we got about 6" or more of snow, so I was worried about the drive. The road was plowed well and the fresh snow made for a gorgeous drive out.
The hotel has a wonderful lodge feel with HUGE Wood beams and a giant stone fireplace in the middle. There is a fantastic patio that gives you a perfect view of Mt Hood (on a clear day)

Our room was very small with a lot of original charm. That being said, don't expect state of the art accommodations. The bathroom was tiny, the shower felt like a coffin and the water took about 5 mins to heat up. It was also never as hot as I would have liked, going in and out with a super quick burst of cold water in between the hot.

The food was delicious, but be prepared to spend minimum $20 per person per meal. They offer buffets for each meal in the main dining room. We had a breakfast and lunch buffet and the food was wonderful. If you want a bit cheaper, walk across the parking lot to the day lodge, where you can get more cafeteria style meals and grab and go for much cheaper (Also great portions and it was delicious!)

We don't sky, but this place looked like a fantastic place to do so. The day lodge was so neat because we thought it was a tiny little building, but when we started exploring it, we found out it goes downstairs like 4or 5 levels to a food court, lounge with fireplace, and pretty much a mini mall in the bottom floor. There is a ski school down there and you can catch the lifts from that level.

The staff was so nice, one person in particular was Micheal at the front desk.

We really enjoyed our stay at Timberline! Such a neat place, and an unforgettable experience being at a place where one of my favorite movies was filmed.

Date of stay: March 2020
Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Reviewed 14 March 2020 via mobile

Stayed in large bunk style room. Love the lodge and accommodations. They keep things simple and historic. No fluff at this place. My only complaint is that it’s pretty spendy. Breakfast buffet at the Lodge restaurant is simply amazing. There’s no equal.

Date of stay: March 2020
Trip type: Travelled with family
Thank F3107TEnickn
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Reviewed 10 March 2020

My mother has dreamed of staying here since she was a teen. I decided to treat her to an overnight stay as a Christmas gift. I was surprised by all the room options to accommodate families, girls weekends, and small and large parties. Whether you are a Snow Bird, or a Snow Bunny, the property has plenty to keep you entertained.

Room tip: Recommend rooms away from Hot Tub as crowds can gather and be quite loud. Closing time is 11.
Date of stay: March 2020
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