Where to stay on the coast, in the rain forest, by the hot springs, and even outside the park
Olympic National Park Hotels, Lodges, and Cabins
Aramark Parks and Destinations; visitkalaloch.com
A good place to spend the night on the beach is Kalaloch Lodge, where bluff top cabins sit less than 100 feet from the Pacific.

Find the Olympic lodging right for you. From elegant lodge to rustic cabin, our list of Olympic accommodations fits every style.

In the Park

Kalaloch Lodge. Walk the beach, explore tidepools, or dig for clams. Accommodations range from ocean view rooms in the main lodge and motel-style rooms to 44 rustic cabins. From $99. 360/962-2271; thekalalochlodge.com.

Lake Crescent Lodge. This historic, lakeside lodge offers lake and mountain view rooms and 1- and 2-bedroom fireplace cottages, conveniently located 18 miles west of Port Angeles on U.S. Highway 101. 52 units from $107. 360/928-3211; lakescrescentlodge.com.

Lake Quinault Lodge. Built in 1926 on the shores of Lake Quinault, this elegant lodge offers the most plush accommodations in the park. None of the rooms in the historic Main Lodge have televisions, so guests can focus on the peacefulness of the lake and its surrounding rain forest. From $119. 866/297-7367; visitlakequinault.com.

Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort. The resort, located 12 miles within the heart of Olympic National Park, includes cabins and RV facilities and is surrounded by forested peaks and the babbling Sol Duc River. 33 cabins from $95. 866/297-7367; visitsolduc.com.

Outside the Park

Olympic Lodge. 105 rooms from $169. 800/600-2993. olympiclodge.com.

Five Seasuns B and B. Beautiful traditional home with good views of the shoreline and mountains. 5 rooms from $115. 800/708-0777; seasuns.com.

Red Lion Hotel Port Angeles. 186 rooms from $109. 800/733-5466.

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