We stayed in the south lodge unit 202 and loved our stay. We booked through the office and were able to save on lift tickets. The only draw back to the grand lodge vs. Collins lake is the garage parking at the lodge is a community garage. It is locked but you still are compelled to bring gear to the room. Collins lake has individual garage units connected right to the condo. The favorite for our family was the pool area. Pool and hot tub felt great after skiing and for those that did not want to swim we built a fire in the fireplace next to the pool, which made it nice for others to stand around and visit in the cold.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Welcome to Grand Lodges Mt. Hood, where you'll find enhanced living among the rugged beauty of Oregon's Cascade Mountain Range. More than just a retreat to nature, you'll come to think of Grand Lodges as a home away from home. Large 1,800-2,300 square foot accommodations offer 2-3 bedroom suites, fully appointed kitchens, stone fireplaces, mounted flat screen televisions, outdoor grills, and first-class finishes - providing you with all of the necessary comforts you're accustomed to and then some. Beautiful master bedrooms feature expansive bathrooms, walk-in closets, plush mattresses and second fireplaces in most plans while each suite offers private balconies that lead to awe-inspiring views of the lake and mountains. Located just minutes from the slopes of Ski Bowl, Mt. Hood Meadows and Timberline Lodge, the Grand Lodges offers porch-to-powder shuttle service and an on-demand concierge for your convenience. Plus our guests enjoy the the on-site amenities that include a year-round heated pool, spa, sauna and two fitness centers. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- The Grand Hotel Government Camp
- The Grand Lodges Government Camp, Oregon