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This was our third attempt at climbing Mt. Rainier in the past 5 years. Each time we climbed the mountain, we treated ourselves to a night at Paradise Lodge on the night before the climb. It's a lovely place, hand-crafted of wooden beams and tree-trunks...More
Response from Pam N, Guest Relations Manager at Paradise Inn at Mount RainierResponded 8 August 2014
You are a valued returning guest and we would like to thank you so much for taking the time to share your experience. We are so pleased that you enjoyed your stay and hope we have the opportunity to welcome you back for your fourth...More
We stayed at the Inn as part of a 9 day driving tour through Oregon and Washington. This was hotel #3 in 3 days. Yes, the rooms and bathrooms are small and could use a bit of a makeover, but I would still stay here...More
Paradise Inn is an old, historic Inn. As such, it has big timber beams, gigantic fireplaces in the lobby, and majestic views of Mt. Rainier and the surrounding mountains. Because it's so historical, there is no cell phone service, TVs, and air conditioning (though it...More
It was a rustic back to nature experience staying in this historic lodge with more than 100 years of history. The place was very well maintained and decoration wise, it looked pretty similar to what it looked like in the past, judging from the many...More
This is a wonderful, magical place in which to take a summer adventure vacation. Set high on the side of Mt. Rainier, built in 1916-17 and beautifully maintained it is surrounded by high cliffs, the Tatoosh Mountains and snow covered banks leading up to the...More
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US$104 - US$154 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
The annex and the main lodge are connected by an indoor hallway and there are no elevators in the hotel. There is one flight of stairs to access rooms in the main lodge and rooms in the annex are accessible by one to four... More
The annex and the main lodge are connected by an indoor hallway and there are no elevators in the hotel. There is one flight of stairs to access rooms in the main lodge and rooms in the annex are accessible by one to four flights of stairs. Annex guestrooms have a private bath and rooms in the main lodge share four private showers and a separate men and women's restroom located in the hallway. The Paradise Inn is 100 years old but still retains it rustic lodge feeling with guest rooms smaller than what you may be accustomed to.