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Stormking Spa at Mt. Rainier
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Reviewed 9 September 2013

My wife is pregnant and this was our last trip with just the two of us for a while ;) We stayed at the Bear cabin, which is just awesome! Beautiful, quit, comfortable! Also very close to the park entrance. Deborah provided us with a day hiking book which was perfect. We did one every day! Despite the rainy week we had, it was a great and very relaxing time! Highly recommended!

  • Stayed: August 2013
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Thank Schwalbster
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Reviewed 8 September 2013

We stayed in the Bear cabin on our August vacation to Mt. Rainier. The cabin was beautifully decorated and smelled of cedar. The bed was super comfortable, and we loved relaxing in the hot tub after a long day of hiking. A coffee pot, snacks, movies, games, and a small fridge are provided in the cabin also. The back porch and grounds were great for relaxing and well maintained. We also got a little visit from Miss Piggy and her fawn one morning! I would never think of staying anywhere else while visiting this area. Location is only about 13 miles from Paradise.

  • Stayed: August 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank kdladybug_33
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Reviewed 6 September 2013

We spent 4 nights in the Bear Cabin over Labor Day weekend and had a marvelous time. The cabin was built in the yurt style and the skylight over the bed was wonderful. In the middle of the night I could look up and see a myriad of stars. But for those who prefer to sleep late, bring an eye mask if you think early light would bother you. The bed was a super comfy, firm memory foam mattress, probably Tempurpedic, a nice big closet to store your stuff, and a very cute bathroom. The hot tub was a newer model and very relaxing after a long day of hiking. The nice part was that it was covered, just in case it rains. Bring your IPod because there is a docking station in the room and you can jam to your own tunes. We had ours turned up rather loudly first thing in the morning and I went outside to see if it could be heard outside and I couldn't hear a thing. Cabin is very well insulated. And there are tons of On Demand movies available on the tv as well. There is no cell phone service in this part of the town but isn't that the point? If you go down to the main house, there is a nice room to relax and get connected to the internet. Deborah gave us some great advise on hikes and was always asking if she could get us anything. You can get your dog and cat fix as well with Mr Noodles and Ms. Shadow, the friendliest cat around. And don't miss the opportunity to feed the deer (see pics), Ms Piggy will eat right out of your hand or the food jar! Thanks for a great stay!

  • Stayed: August 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank mbloser
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Reviewed 27 August 2013

We stayed at Storm King (Eagle Cabin) and we loved it. The cabin has a main room with queen bed, sitting area, ref rig, microwave, coffee maker, and all the plates and utensils for two. The open bathroom and dual shower was such a great idea. The back covered deck had a four person hit tub. Although about 150 feet from the road, we never heard the traffic once inside or out on the deck. A privacy fence separated the property from the road. We cannot wait to return again next year and try one of the other cabins.

  • Stayed: August 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank Nemo2000
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Reviewed 24 July 2013

We stayed at Eagle, the cabin about 1/2 mile down the road from the others. It's the original cabin where the owner used to have a spa. With a covered hot tub, king size bed and double shower, it's ideal for a romantic and luxurious stay after a hard day's hike on Mt. Ranier.

Not that you should ever need it, but there's no air conditioning and the heating is supplied a gas fireplace - a romantic surprise when the thermostat-controlled fireplace clicked on early one chilly morning.

For the wired-in crowd, there's no cell, wireless or regular TV service, but the flatscreen over the bed is connected to an on-demand service that offers a wide array of movies. You can get wireless at the office and at most area restaurants. Cell service was hard to come by.

Stormking is one of many cabin communities that dot the road leading into the park, but it appears to be a cut above the others.

  • Stayed: July 2013, travelled as a couple
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