Open Year Round
Nestled amongst the trees of the Historic Longmire District and a short drive from the Paradise area, the National Park Inn offers 25 cozy non-smoking guestrooms that provide a quiet place to relax and unwind without the modern distractions of televisions, telephones, and Internet.
Afternoon tea in front of a roaring fire in the guest library is always a favorite. Spectacular views of Mount Rainier from comfortable chairs on the verandah are extremely popular and you can enjoy the view with a glass or bottle of wine from our dining room.
Guest rooms are located on the second floor and accessible by stairs with the exception of two ADA-accessible rooms on the first floor. Each room is equipped with a coffeemaker and hair dryer.
Pets are not allowed in the National Park Inn (service animals accepted).
All facilities within Mount Rainier National Park are non-smoking.
Room rates subject to change and do not include state sales and occupancy tax.
Cancellation Policy: $15 handling fee to cancel or change a reservation with a minimum seven-day notice. Cancellations received less than seven days prior to arrival are charged a one-night stay including tax. Check in is 4:00pm and check out is 11:00am.
Rooms have a queen, double, or twin beds with a sink, and guests share two private showers and separate men’s and women’s restrooms located in the hallway. For your convenience, each room has plush robes and slippers. Maximum occupancy is four guests.Check Rates and Availability
Rooms offer a private bathroom with a queen, double, or twin beds. Maximum occupancy is four guests.Check Rates and Availability
Two bedrooms share a private bathroom with a double bed in one bedroom and two twin beds in the second bedroom. Maximum occupancy is four guests.Check Rates and Availability
Rainier Guest Services is proud to offer our guests an opportunity to support Mount Rainier National Park through the Washington’s National Park Fund.
Inn guests will have a $1 per night, per room, voluntary donation added to their room bill. We deposit 100% of the donations received from our guests to Washington’s National Park Fund, a fund used to support Mount Rainier National Park. Your support of this program is greatly appreciated, but if you prefer not to participate, we will remove the donation.