Paradise Inn

E. Paradise Rd., near Jackson Visitor Center, Paradise, Washington, 98398, USA

With its hand-carved Alaskan cedar logs, burnished parquet floors, stone fireplaces, Indian rugs, and glorious mountain views, this 1917 inn is a classic example of a national park lodge. German architect Hans Fraehnke designed the decorative woodwork. In addition to the full-service dining room, there's a small snack bar and a snug lounge.

PROS

  • central to trails
  • pristine vistas
  • nature-inspired details

CONS

  • rooms are small and basic
  • many rooms have shared bathrooms
  • no elevators, a/c, cell service, or Wi-Fi

HOTEL INFO

Phones: 360-569–2275 | 855-755–2275

HOTEL DETAILS

121 rooms
Rate Includes: Closed Oct.–mid-May No meals

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