McMenamins Olympic Club Hotel & Theater

112 N. Tower Ave., Centralia, Washington, 98531, United States

When it opened in 1908, the Olympic Club was an exclusive gentlemen's resort; now it's owned by microbrewery moguls the McMenamin brothers, and, along with European-style rooms with king, queen, or bunk beds and share bathrooms down the hall, includes a restaurant, bar, pool hall, and vintage movie theater. Tiffany chandeliers, a card room, and various signs ("women's patronage not solicited" hangs above the entrance) remain almost as they were when the club opened. McMenamins, of Portland, Oregon, not only brews beer but also bottles its own wine, distills spirits, and has a line of coffee. Hotel guests receive free movie passes to the house theater.

PROS

  • restored historic facility complete with its own theater
  • inexpensive rates and restaurant

CONS

  • nearby train tracks may prove too noisy for light sleepers
  • shared bathrooms
  • small rooms

Location

QUICK FACTS

Hotel
Historical
Casual
Central
Local Flavor

HOTEL INFO

Phones: 360-736–5164 | 866-736–5164

HOTEL DETAILS

27 rooms with shared bath
Rate Includes: No meals

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