Designated as one of the “Great Lodges of the West,” Paradise Inn provides a relaxing retreat in Mount Rainier National Park with miles of hiking trails just outside the door.
Our 121 guestrooms, although small by today’s standards and without the modern amenities of televisions, telephones, or Internet, invite our guests to imagine a time past when life was simple without the distractions of today’s modern world.
Check-in is 4:00 pm and check out is 11:00 am.
Paradise Inn will be closing for the season starting September 30, 2019.
These are the original historic rooms located in the main lodge. The rooms have either one double bed or two twin beds, with all rooms having their own hand sink. Like in 1916, four private showers are shared and separate men’s and women's restrooms are located in the hallway. For your convenience, we offer plush robes and slippers in each guestroom. Maximum occupancy is two guests.Check Rates and Availability
To accommodate the increasing number of overnight visitors and the desire for private bathrooms, the annex was built in 1920 as one of two wings and is located behind the main lodge. The annex has four floors with guestrooms accessible by stairs. The second wing was not completed; however, you can still see today where the second wing was to be constructed.Check Rates and Availability
Rooms offer a private bathroom with 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
Our suites include one bedroom, a private bathroom, and small sitting room. The bedroom has one queen bed and the sitting room has a futon that can accommodate one adult or two small children (six and under). Maximum occupancy is three adults or two adults and two small children.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 $2 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.