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Timberline Lodge


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  • Historic BUT

    by Betty65SeattleWA on 2018-05-24 01:12 pm

    With great expectations we booked our reservations. Historic nature of lodge met expectations. Size of room VERY small and bathroom even smaller. No hot water and shower you could hardly turn around in. No counter space. Bed linens were great however LOTS of feathers.
    Advice: When you go pack your own food and liquor especially for Lunch and dinner. VERY pricey and quality 3 stars. Matre-de for dinner would have been better suited for truck stop restaurant. Table tops were sticky. However breakfast FULL buffet was outstanding .
    Rooms had thin walls and children at pool were noisy. They give you ear plugs for a reason.
    I just wanted to tell the management they need to give the historic location the "class-act" staff it deserves. From Front desk, gift shop, restaurants.. seemed like no customer training some job training but LOW level of sophistication. I almost stopped into HR to give my viewpoint but decided not to.

  • Wonderful location but too expensive for what you get

    by LoFlyVt on 2018-05-24 05:23 am

    Timberline Lodge is in a beautiful location and the building is truly remarkable and historic. However, the rooms themselves have a camp feel to them and are very small. Of course this is what makes them authentic, but the price is too high for the experience. We were located next to one of the kitchens/bars and it was very noisy and the smell was unpleasant (dishwashing chemicals?). The staff are helpful and friendly. The pool and hot tub are great perks. Our experience was pleasant, the food was good, but again when considering overall value, the price is kind of ridiculous for the accommodations.

  • Only had nibbles here- didnât stay!

    by Krisinseattle on 2018-05-22 04:23 pm

    We drove up from Hood River to Timberline and enjoyed walking around the old lodge, part of which was used in the filming of The Shining. Had an order of the Pork Posole, very tasty, some chips & dip and some Oregon hazelnuts roasted with rosemary. Looking out over the valley was especially beautiful, as was looking up at Mt Hood from the other direction.

  • Scenic drive

    by Thomas T on 2018-05-20 05:45 pm

    Took a late afternoon drive from Damascus up to the lodge just before sunset. Still plenty of snow. Tall pines line the drive up to the lodge once in the parking lot the view is amazing. Still plenty of activity in May.

  • Great place to stay

    by Veronique E on 2018-05-19 02:03 pm

    Unique and magnificent historic property. We did not get a room with a view of Mount Hood as they were all booked but the rooms on the other side have a great view of Mount Jackson as well . The room was very small but clean and comfortable and we spent most our time wandering around the property.
    We did not do our research completely though and did not expect that in May there would still be so much snow, so that we could not hike around the hotel as we had thought we would do. Our fault entirely, but I thought I'd share that information. You can rent skis or snow shoes of course but we did not feel in good enough shape for either one.
    Service was excellent.
    Dinner in the hotel's restaurant was fantastic. If I could write a separate review I would give the restaurant 5 stars.
    We would come back and stay there if we have the opportunity.


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