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This grand lodge built in 1937-38 is extra special when you spend the night in one of the historic rooms, updated but using reproduced fabric patterns from the originals and still using hNdmade door hinges and special appointments. The views to the south of Mt...More
We had a great time at the Timberline Lodge. We were lucky to get a corner room. Our beds were so so comfortable. We explored all the various parts of this historic lodge.
We had drinks at the Rams Head Bar and then ate a...More
This was my 3rd time staying at the lodge for a family event...so I knew what to expect. Timberline lodge is a beautiful, historic building nestled on the side of a beautiful Mt Hood. The lodge building itself is architecturally stunning. The staff is friendly...More
Timberline Lodge was recommended to us by friends living near Portland and provided a unique and wonderful experience.
Impressive history and architecture, great hotel staff and onsite National Park Service support, beautiful location.
I've taken two small groups to Timberline Lodge this summer. The architecture is stunning; huge timber beams and rock center fire place. It has hand crafted iron, wood carvings, and art throughout.
The view of Mt. Hood just before you, and the forest to the...More
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We had the continental breakfast which was 12.95. This included granola, yogurt, fresh fruit, homemade smoothies, assortment of breads and pastries, juices and coffee. Considering the beauty of the vistas and the history of... More
We had the continental breakfast which was 12.95. This included granola, yogurt, fresh fruit, homemade smoothies, assortment of breads and pastries, juices and coffee. Considering the beauty of the vistas and the history of the dining room, we didn't think this was out of line.