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The lodge is a lovely historic building sitting in the shadow of Mount Rainier. The rooms are small and sound proofing is not very good, but you can't beat the views. We stayed in the annex building in a 4th floor queen room with a...More
My husband and I spent two nights at the Paradise Inn and couldn't have been more pleased. I had read so many mixed reviews on Tripadvisor and had no idea what to expect. What we got was a stay in a beautifully built historic lodge...More
Loved the little room with the little window mountain view.
Queen bed. Sink. Needs a chair and a stool to sit in to put your shoes on. There's space in this tiny room with charm.
Mr Mountain was not very shy. He was in full...More
A room became available at Paradise Inn a week before our trip so we changed our reservations to include a night at the Paradise Inn Annex. As with the other Mt Rainier lodge in Longmire, the National Park Inn, the structures are historic. We visited...More
We stayed over only one night as we had time constraints, but the scenery for us east coasters was truly mind exploding. New Hampshire's White Mountains are dwarfed by the Cascades, and the trees, slopes, glaciers are a sight to behold. The weather didn't cooperate:...More
The annex and the main lodge are connected by an indoor hallway and there are no elevators in the hotel. There is one flight of stairs to access rooms in the main lodge and rooms in the annex are accessible by one to four... More
The annex and the main lodge are connected by an indoor hallway and there are no elevators in the hotel. There is one flight of stairs to access rooms in the main lodge and rooms in the annex are accessible by one to four flights of stairs. Annex guestrooms have a private bath and rooms in the main lodge share four private showers and a separate men and women's restroom located in the hallway. The Paradise Inn is 100 years old but still retains it rustic lodge feeling with guest rooms smaller than what you may be accustomed to.