Since 1916, this classic national-park lodge on scenic Lake Crescent has been one of the most posh hostelries on the Olympic Peninsula. The property feels like a world unto itself, nestled in the trees along the south side of the lake, and it is a romantic destination that rivals the Kalaloch Lodge on the coast. The plush Roosevelt Cabins are my favorite here, with a lakeside location, fireplaces, and superlative views. In the lodge are the smallest and oldest rooms, sharing a communal bathroom, and good for travelers on a budget. There are also some simple one- and two-bedroom cottages and newer, larger rooms in a pair of two-story structures.
Olympic National Park
Olympic National Park› Hotel
Lake Crescent Lodge
416 Lake Crescent Rd., Port Angeles
Our Rating Neighborhood In The Park Phone 888/723-7127 or 360/928-3211 Prices $100–$120 double with shared bathroom; $165–$280 double with private bathroom; $230–$350 cabin or cottage; Pets accepted in cottages ($25 one-time fee) Amenities Restaurant; bar; boat rentals Web site Lake Crescent Lodge Other Closed Jan–Apr. Children 17 and under not accepted in main building
Map416 Lake Crescent Rd., Port Angeles Olympic National Park
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