Stopped by on a Pacific North West road trip. Booked one of the cabin style rooms which had 3 bunk beds, a shared bathroom and a view of the car park. There is ZERO soundproofing between the walls and had to ask front desk to ask the three dudebros in the room next to us to keep it down at 11:15pm because we could hear every word of their loud brims cling conversation (the bromancers very nicely obliged).
The hotel itself is quite interesting and the kids enjoyed it. Nice pool and hot tub outside, which we used while it was raining, kind of fun.
My main "issue" with this hotel is that you are entirely captive to their three restaurants - an expensive dining room, a still expensive more informal bar, and a quite expensive even more informal bar in the basement that just does beer and pizza. We buckled in the morning and did the 14.95 breakfast buffet (7.95 kids) which was admittedly pretty good. Note the hotel does free coffee at breakfast time in the main area.
Overall I'd say its worth it to detour here. If you are in to hiking or skiing then definitely worth it.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Declared a National Historic Landmark in 1977, Timberline Lodge is one of Oregon's most popular tourist attractions, drawing nearly two million visitors every year. Considered an architectural wonder, it's still being used for its original intent-a magnificent ski lodge and mountain retreat for all to enjoy. Timberline Lodge is filled with amazing spaces that beg enjoyment. The main headhouse lobby features three fireplaces at the base of a 90 foot chimney. The outdoor patios offer the most stunning views in Oregon. The outdoor pool is heated and open year round. With so many places to explore all under one roof, you'll feel as if the Lodge is an extension of your guest room. Each room in Timberline Lodge has a unique rustic elegance, yet a modern and comfortable feel. All rooms have period furnishings, artwork and decor. Enjoy fresh powder feather beds, the year 'round heated pool, spa and sauna. Rooms range from premier fireplace rooms to European style bunk rooms. Regardless of which room suits you best, they all share an authentic sense of place found only in one of the Historic Hotels of America. Timberline offers the longest ski season in North America. The winter season typically begins early to mid-November and continues through Memorial Day. Our Palmer Express high-speed quad lift allows us to operate later into the summer season than anyone else (usually through Labor Day). Many years, we're open for fall skiing as well. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Timberline Hotel Timberline Lodge