Here are my two main complaints about this place. 1) They advertise free wifi. Well, it is free but it's also practically nonexistent. Was unable to do more than check email and even that took an agonizingly long time. 2) the water smells like sulfur. To the point where brushing my teeth made me gag. Surely they could spring for a filtration system - the smell of rotten eggs was really overwhelming.
I don't mind rustic; in fact I was expecting that. But I felt a little cheated with our tiny "cabin". Additional info: The bed was fine. There is a refrigerator and microwave, which was convenient. The general store was barely stocked. And there was not a single decent restaurant anywhere nearby. It's about a 25 minute drive to Crater Lake National Park.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- We also have 20 camping sites. We have added in room TV with local and basic cable options. Enhanced our WiFi service and expanded our fresh food and local gifts selection in our resort store. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Crater Lake Hotel Fort Klamath