stayed here for a couple of nights and had no complaints , room was a nice size, comfortable bed and everything in working order , had deer and Elk grazing near by .staff were friendly and helpful , due to ongoing covid restrictions breakfast was on a to go basis , you order the night before and they have it ready for you in the morning to take to your room , great location just a few minutes drive to the park
We've never been as disappointed in a hotel as we were at the Nisqually Lodge!!!! It's old, dated, has dirty stained carpeting and is extremely overpriced. There was no extensive breakfast buffet or wine service, as advertised on their website. And we were not given a discount on the price we had to pay. Do yourselves a big favor and stay somewhere else! The only good thing I can say about this motel is that the towels were nice and so was the staff that checked us in.
We booked this place 6 months prior. Upon arrival around 9:30 am and was told to come back at 2:00 pm. Cameras on the TV, Hallway had footprint stains, Room security chain removed. Erie feeling!!! Stay Away!!! We didn’t unpack. After we went to our room with our luggage we immediately booked another place and left. Owners kept stating they just took over 1 week ago and there is no staff other than them.
I stayed at the Nisqually Lodge and was treated to the softest bed I've ever slept on. Elk have been grazing outside my window all night! It's nice to just hang out by the fire in the lobby and get to know Mt Ranier National Park! There is a fresh bakery a one minute walk away that has the best macaroons in the world!
We spent three nights here in early Oct.. Being close to Mt. Rainier NP and some challenging hikes was a definite plus when choosing this accommodation for our trip. This was our first time traveling since the covid outbreak, and we were pleased to find the inn very clean and requiring masks when inside. Still, we wiped everything down again, and then since no one except us would enter our room during our stay, we could be sure that everything had been disinfected. The large room had two queen beds, table and chairs, easy chair, frig, microwave, coffee maker, and hairdryer. Lighting was excellent and especially appreciated since we had just left a motel where it was very poor! The bathroom was adequate if a bit small, but the counter space was good. There was not room to hang our bath towels, so they never dried completely. We don’t mind reusing a towel to save water but would prefer that they not be damp! Extra amenities like shampoo, soap, and lotion had been provided for the additional days of our stay. Because of the virus, breakfast was not served. Instead, guests were asked to select what they’d like the next morning from a list of choices, and then packed bags were ready at 7am at the front desk. Breakfast sandwiches, yogurt, muffins, cereal, fruit cup, hard-boiled eggs, and juice were provided. With few places nearby that served breakfast, this was an efficient and safe way to provide guests with a morning meal. Kudos to the inn for coming up with this solution! We paid just under $500 for three nights. If in the area again, we’d return.…