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Timberline Lodge


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  • Beautiful lodge with amazing craftsmanship throughout

    by Marathonmanusa on 2019-06-21 01:25 pm

    Do not expect the Ritz here. The rooms are small and obviously dated. Our bathroom was clean and more modern with newer tile and a small sink. The heat did not work as the boilers were turned off for the summer so my wife was cold. They do provide a small space heater so that worked out okay. The craftsmanship is simply amazing everywhere you look. The woodwork is very detailed and hand carved in many locations like the end posts on the stairs. Yes, it is expensive but you are staying in a historic landmark that has been meticulously maintained so I had no problem paying a high rate to help keep this gem in operation. We ate dinner and breakfast here and both meals were okay. Service everywhere was very friendly and eager to make our stay more enjoyable. Great mountain views and a beautiful place to enjoy nature.

  • Great location, ill equipped

    by Eric K on 2019-06-20 02:26 pm

    We stayed in a condo in Govt Camp that is part of the Timberline Lodge system, I suppose. I wanted to bring several things to your attention. The Clothing Dryer did not work. The door to the balcony would not lock. The microwave will not heat. The coffee maker leaks. Very few windows have screens on them, so it's hard to cool the place down. No trash liners for the garbage under the sink. No dishwasher pods. The oscillating fan is on its last leg, making loud sounds when on high. The balcony has that plastic see-through barrier attached to the railing and that is broken in several pieces leaving sharp edges.

    We found this rental to be very under-equipped and ill prepared and in need of maintenance. And because of some of the items I listed above, the unit has a security and safety issue.

  • A national landmark that everyone should visit for at least one night

    by biztraveler248 on 2019-06-19 06:49 am

    A very old hotel with a colorful history. Built by the WPA during the depression, it features fine workmanship that you don't see in commercial structures anymore. Be prepared for nightly tab of $300 with taxes (1 queen bed), and very expensive food!

    Excellent staff; all customer complaints/concerns were handled quickly and efficiently.

    This is an old hotel, so you can expect very small rooms with limited amenities. Electrical outlets are sparse; bring a power strip for all of your electronic gadgets. The bathroom was small but clean & well-maintained. The rug in my room could use a good shampooing, but I didn't see any dust-balls. The venetian blinds did not work (I couldn't raise them or change the slant). The rooms are not air-conditioned , which ordinarily would not be a problem because the temperature outside is cool. The problem is getting the cool air into your room. The hotel provides fans but they are not designed to be installed in an open window, and there's no place to plug them in near the window. Management graciously provided me with an extension cord and I was able to wedge the fan into the window, solving the problem. The bed was very comfortable.

    If you stay on the first floor, you will not have to deal with a hot room in the summer months.

  • An excellent overnight stay.

    by Mark M on 2019-06-19 06:24 am

    My charming wife and I wanted an overnight getaway not to far from our home in Central Oregon. I checked availability at Timberline Lodge (is very often completely full) and actually had a choice of rooms. For budget reasons, we chose a 'chalet'.
    It was a cozy little bunkbed room with restroom facilities down the hall. Everything was spotless with a real 1930s charm.
    The great room at the Lodge had numerous opportunities for lounging.
    Food was good, too.
    Views of Mt. Hood from the veranda are unsurpassed.
    We'll visit again in the future.

  • Nice Location With History

    by amazinn2 on 2019-06-17 03:31 pm

    We had a wonderful time seeing the sights, riding the ski lift, and going for walks. We also enjoyed the food and service in the Cascade dining room. Our room was very nice, good fireplace, and comfy bed. It was a happy birthday!


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