November 11, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Skamania Lodge in Stevenson, Washington
Skamania Lodge, A Destination Hotel, is located in the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area in the town of Stevenson, Washington, near Portland, Oregon.
The Cascadian-style lodge offers a distinctly Pacific Northwestern experience, featuring a three-story stone fireplace, sweeping river views in the main lobby, two locally-inspired restaurants, an outdoor zip line, the Skamania Lodge Golf Course and a full-service spa.
Location of Skamania Lodge
Nearest Airport: PDX
Amenities for Skamania Lodge
- General Information
- Pet Friendly
- In-Room Amenities
- Hair Dryers
- Iron/Ironing Boards
- Coffee & Tea Facilities
- High-Speed Internet Access
- White Water River Rafting
- Horseback Riding
- Meeting Room
- Active & Adventure
Reviews for Skamania Lodge
We recently travelled from New York to Skamania Lodge for a 5 night stay. Our room was on the fourth floor overlooking the Gorge. Simply put, everything exceeded our expectations. The beauty of the Gorge was breathtaking, the room and especially the bed were excellent, food delicious, and perhaps, most important, every single employee we met was exceptional. A++ to all employees, keep up the good work! I should add that this was hotel is very quiet, with the exception of some plumbing noise, and you don't hear the slamming of doors as you do in many other sites. Great for a lite sleeper.
BUtraveller - Long Island
The view from the lobby is spectacular. The staff are very friendly and helpful. The bed was very comfortable. Sitting outside around the open fire in the evening with a glass of wine and meeting new people was great. Eating outstanding steelhead tacos from the bar is something I have done more than once and will most likely do again and again. The location of the lodge is a great hub for a lot of activities. For a very relaxing event I recommend driving across "The Bridge of the Gods" to Cascade Locks, OR. and taking the paddle wheel boat cruise up and down the Columbia River. I also recommend driving a little over an hour east to Maryhill Winery and the Stone Henge Memorial. Nearby Hood River, OR. also has some nice shopping and dining. For the more adventurous there are hiking trails, zip lines and an above ground obstacle course. We highly recommend this place for an unforgettable getaway.
Nana G - Camas, Washington
Given what I paid for our room, I did not feel the cost was worth it. The room was clean but dated. It had a nice view of the Columbia Gorge, The Lodge is isolated with nice trails. The Sunday brunch was good but again expensive. This would be a better value in summer.
kramertj - Rosemary Beach, Florida
Views of the Gorge were beautiful and it's a short drive for a 'destination' getaway. Food service was slow and flavors/menu options were average. Massages were nice with pleasant and knowledgeable staff but expensive and inconsistent between those in our party. Lovely, clean room and neat/tidy lobby with seating for optimal views.
The Skamania Lodge was a first rate experience. The staff were kind and helpful from check-in to check-out. The room was clean and comfortable, with 2 full size beds; our room overlooked the Columbia River, and the view was spectacular. There were two restaurants, the bar and grill and the more formal Cascades Dining room. The food at both was very good. The lodge was very kid-friendly and family oriented, for example we could check out board games from the concierge to take to our room or play in the lodge hall next to the fireplace. There was also a fire pit close to the lodge hall where the kids could roast marshmallows and make s'mores. The gift shop sells s'more kits. Other great activities included the zip line course. This was a guided 7 zip line experience that was appropriate for both adults and kids who weigh more than 60 pounds. The beautiful natural surroundings, forest, river and hills, would make this a great destination wedding site. Great outdoor jacuzzi-type tub that was rustic with a stone waterfall. Large lap pool with an indoor jacuzzi-type hot tub, too. All pools were salt water instead of chlorinated. I would say that this is not an 'economy' vacation, but I felt that it was worth the money in the sense that our family had a great experience!
Cheryl W - Portland, Oregon