We showed up on motorcyles in a pouring 42 degree rainstorm, and both women were cold and needed a bathroom. There was no sign to the contrary on the hiway, so we turned in to dry off, have lunch, use the bathrooms, and maybe stay a night or two. There were plenty of cars in the lot, but when the girls went into the lobby to find a restroom and restaraunt, they were literly "shoo'd" out by the lady that said "they were closed, and could care less if they needed a bathroom or not, but only staff were allowed here". The whole time she had her arms out wide and literely 'herded' them back out the door into the rain. Now I understand they may have been closed (although there were no signs or other indications of the fact), but common decency would have at least allowed them to use the bathroom. At the very least, they could have been 'nice' about it, but instead they chose to be unfriendly and unhelpful. I have no idea about the rooms, etc, and never will as noone I know will ever stay here after this brief visit.
- Also Known As:
- Lake Crescent Hotel
- Lake Crescent Hotel Olympic National Park
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Lodge located in the Olympic Peninsula on the shore of Lake Crescent. ... more less
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