Welcome to the Olympic Lodge Hotel in Port Angeles, WA
Experience the height of warm, West Coast hospitality when you stay with us at the Olympic Lodge in Port Angeles. We offer exceptional service, stunning landscaping and breathtaking views of the Peninsula Golf Course and magnificent Olympic Mountains. Our tastefully decorated rooms and thoughtful amenities such as an outdoor heated pool, hot tub, free parking, and meeting room space provide our guests with a relaxing stay every time. When you are looking for hotels near Olympic National Park or Port Angeles WA hotels, we hope you choose the Olympic Lodge.
Enjoy our Deluxe Amenities
- Complimentary Breakfast Buffet
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- Complimentary Parking
- Complimentary Shuttle (within 5 miles of the hotel)
- Pet-Friendly (Fees Apply)
- 24-Hour Fitness Center
- Wood-Burning Fireplace
- Heated Outdoor Pool & Jacuzzi
All of our hotel's exteriors, including the alpine rock gardens, streams and other artistic water features are designed and modeled after the Olympic National Park. As soon as you step onto the property you can sense the tranquil ambiance and experience natural beauty at every turn.
Explore Our Beautiful Grounds
We invite you to step upon our lush grounds and witness the natural beauty and stunning landscapes that will forever remain in your memory. Our grounds are one of our best features – offering our guests a place for reflection and peace whenever they like.
Step into our stunning lobby and experience rustic elegance at its finest. With a cozy wood-burning fire, soft leather couches, warm tones, a nature-inspired chandelier, beautiful artwork and floor-to-ceiling windows and stunning photography of the Olympic Peninsula by local photographer, Ross Hamilton, the lobby is truly a memorable part of the property.
"The beauty of travel can be the unexpected places that locals recommend, that are truly worthy of your time. I would recommend Salt Creek Recreation area. Salt Creek is an enchanting place, certainly a highlight of this lovely and magical side of the Olympic. It inspires wonder and an abiding sense of the passage of time in people of all ages. It is perfect for tide pooling as there are multiple tide pools with anemones, hermit crabs, shell fish, and even a few star fish.” - Miranda’s Staff Pick
"The Hurricane Ridge Visitor Center is a great place to start. Located just before the end of the road, stop here for brochures, maps, snacks, and tips regarding your stay. It is open daily in the summer, and on Saturdays and Sundays when the Hurricane Ridge Road is open during the remainder of the year. Hurricane Ridge has a number of hiking trails, from ridgetop traverses to steep trails that descend to subalpine lakes and valleys." - Nicole’s Staff Pick
Olympic Game Farm
"Every trip should have loads of memories, giggles, photo opportunities, and ANIMALS! At the Olympic Game Farm you get all of that, plus so much more. Originally the Olympic Game Farm was the secret location for Disney’s Animal Actors for 28 years. Walt Disney had a love and passion for his Nature Movies and had his hidden Hollywood right here in the Pacific Northwest. The Olympic Game Farm opened to the Public in 1973. Several of the current animals at the Olympic Game Farm are rescues or overflow from other animal facilities." - Shannon's Staff Pick, Front Desk Agent
"Every place has that little spot that goes forgotten, but Ediz Hook isn’t truly forgotten. It is easily skipped with all the exciting hikes, beaches, and natural amazement the peninsula has to offer. Just a quick drive past the Port Angles downtown area, the hook offers a spectacular view of British Columbia and docking ships in the harbor." - Crystal’s Staff Pick (Night Auditor)