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What an awesome place to stay!
We were only there for one night, unfortunately, but what an awesome visit!
You walked into the lobby and you stepped back into history with an update.
There was a big fireplace at one end of the huge lobby...More
I chose to stay in a twin room with my own bathroom, which I highly recommend given the size of the rooms are very small and having the addition space all to yourself makes the room feel/appear a bit bigger.
I use Tripadvisor all the...More
5 Thank Chad B
Response from Pam N, Guest Relations Manager at Paradise Inn at Mount RainierResponded 4 October 2014
Thank you for taking the time to share your very thorough review and please accept our sincere apologies as we did not meet with your expectations. We are pleased that you enjoyed the lobby and location of the inn and agree that the guest rooms...More
This place is old and charming and located right at the base of a trail system at the foot of Mt Rainier, with fantastic hiking right outside.
The lobby is big with two huge fireplaces and lots of seating, a souvenir store, a small cafe...More
Stayed in the twin bed, communal shower type room. Beds were pretty comfy, but the room is small, so if you're expecting a large room with lots of space better check your booking. Walls are thin so if your neighbors snore you'll hear it. Never...More
Mu husband and I spent two nights at Paradise and loved every minute of it! If you have read the hotel description and understand what you have read then I do not understand all the negative reviews. We had an annex room with a private...More
1 Thank ddnagshead
Response from Pam N, Guest Relations Manager at Paradise Inn at Mount RainierResponded 30 September 2014
Thank you for sharing your recent experience on Trip Advisor. We are so pleased that you enjoyed your stay and certainly agree that Mount Rainier and the Paradise Inn are well worth a visit if you enjoy National Parks and historic hotels.
Thank you again...More
The annex and the main lodge are connected by an indoor hallway and there are no elevators in the hotel. There is one flight of stairs to access rooms in the main lodge and rooms in the annex are accessible by one to four... More
The annex and the main lodge are connected by an indoor hallway and there are no elevators in the hotel. There is one flight of stairs to access rooms in the main lodge and rooms in the annex are accessible by one to four flights of stairs. Annex guestrooms have a private bath and rooms in the main lodge share four private showers and a separate men and women's restroom located in the hallway. The Paradise Inn is 100 years old but still retains it rustic lodge feeling with guest rooms smaller than what you may be accustomed to.